Definition of Haym salomon
1. Noun. American financier and American Revolutionary War patriot who helped fund the army during the American Revolution (1740?-1785).
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Literary usage of Haym salomon
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1. Reports of Committees by United States Congress. Senate (1860)
"I have examined the charges in the account of the ledger of the bank against Haym Salomon, of various dates, as received by the following persons ..."
2. The American Jew as Patriot, Soldier and Citizen by Simon Wolf (1895)
"At the request of Mr. Sparks, Mr. Salomon prepared certain memoranda of the eminent services of his father, haym salomon, and this manuscript passed into ..."
3. A National Register of the Society, Sons of the American Revolution by Sons of the American Revolution (1902)
"Son »f David and Henrietta L. (Hendricks) Salomon; grandson of Haym M. and Ella (Hart) Salomon; great-grandson of haym salomon, Negotiator of the War ..."
4. Outlines of Jewish History, from B. C. 586 to C. E. 1890: With Three Maps by Katie Magnus, Michael Friedländer (1890)
"haym salomon.—Perhaps it may be said that the most interesting Jewish figure during Revolutionary times was that of haym salomon, one of the fugitives that ..."