Lace up your dancing shoes, because for today's Hamilton site visit, we're going across the river to New Jersey. Not to the dueling grounds, but to the site of a much happier occasion: Morristown, where the Continental Army spent the winter of 1779-80.
While I could give you a library's worth of recommendations all at once, let's parcel them out a few at a time so no one gets overwhelmed. I'm assuming you've read the Ron Chernow Hamilton biography as well as the Hamiltome already, so here's the first installment beyond those: books that offer both a broader overview and a more in-depth discussion of the events that took place in Hamilton—basically a big old pile of CONTEXT for your nightstand reading pile.
Fraunces Tavern in Manhattan is the real-life inspiration for the setting of "My Shot" and "The Story of Tonight" in the musical Hamilton. Here's its history.