The Great American Rascal: The Turbulent Life of Aaron Burr (1973)
The following year, on May 29, 1802, he was made happy by the birth ofher son, Aaron Burr Alston, who came to be called "Gampy," and whom hisgrandfather expected at two years to be exploring the secrets of naturalhistory!
An Introduction to the Life of Aaron Burr Jr. | Kibin
Aaron Burr, first President of Princeton, would haveapproved of such a course of education for a girl is doubtful, and certainlyher great-grandfather, the celebrated Jonathan Edwards, would not havethought it proper for Theodosia to dance, skate and ride a horse.
Hehad wanted to resign his seat in Congress so as to be with her, but,evidently, she would not hear of it, for we find little Theo writing himthat "Ma begs you will omit the thoughts of leaving Congress." After hiswife's death, Burr and his daughter were drawn more closely together, soclose, in fact, that she was to write in after years: "I had rather not livethan not to be the daughter of such a man."At her mother's death, Theodosia was eleven years old and already versedin philosophy and history.