Don't expect some big, air-conditioned museum with priceless artifacts. This is the Caribbean and the weather conditions do not allow for anything too precious here. Nevertheless, it is a touching tribute to the native son of Nevis, without whom the good ole U.S.A. would not have a Treasury Department. It's on the same grounds as his birthplace and I found it moving to stand on the place he likely played as a child. When he wasn't working, of course. I think he was working at the age of nine.
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