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The Register Of New Netherland 1626 To 1674

Author : Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan
ISBN : UCAL:$B727967
Genre : New York (State)
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Fulfilling God S Mission

Author : Willem Frijhoff
ISBN : 9789004162112
Genre : Religion
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This biography recalls the fascinating life of the second Reformed minister of New Amsterdam (New York), from his mystical experience as a 15-year old orphan in Holland until his tragic death as a spokesman of the opposition during Kieft's War.

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025417838
Genre : American literature
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A Huguenot On The Hackensack

Author : David C. Major
ISBN : 0838641520
Genre : History
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A Huguenot on the Hackensack explores the life and legacy of David Demarest, a seventeenth-century French Protestant who, in middle age, emigrated to New Amsterdam and became one of the earliest settlers of the Hackensack Valley. There he founded a prosperous family that for nearly three centuries retained local influence and high status before being eclipsed by post-World War II economic and demographic changes. Transcending the narrow genealogical antiquarianism and filial pietism of traditional family history, the authors carefully set Demarest and his descendants in the context of their times. The astute patriarch is seen as a man who balanced risk and opportunity to achieve a prosperity that would have been impossible in his native Europe. Some early descendants moved to booming areas in Pennsylvania, upstate New York, Kentucky, and beyond, while others stayed close to home and dealt with the rigors of the American Revolution and the dilemmas of religious controversy in New Jersey. Members of later generations adapted to new conditions as rural Bergen County slowly was transformed by railroads and suburban housing. This book illuminates the role of kinship and culture in the Jersey Dutch heartland from colonial times to the modern era.

Representation From New Nether Land

Author : Adriaen van der Donck
Genre : New York (State)
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Correspondence 1654 1658

Author : Charles T. Gehring
ISBN : 0815629591
Genre : History
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Volume XII of the Dutch Colonial Manuscripts contains the correspondence of Petrus Stuyvesant, director general of New Netherland from 1654-1658. It represents the earliest surviving correspondence, comprising letters from the directors in Amsterdam and the governors of neighbouring colonies.

A Bibliography Of Ship Passenger Lists 1538 1825

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ISBN : OCLC:5640926
Genre : Ships
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Scandinavian Immigrants In New York 1630 1674

Author : John Oluf Evjen
Genre : Germans
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Creatures Of Empire

Author : Virginia DeJohn Anderson
ISBN : 0195304462
Genre : History
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Presenting history in a new light, this original work highlights the pivotal role that livestock played in early America. 2 maps, 8 halftones.

The Republican Alternative

Author : André Holenstein
ISBN : 9789089640055
Genre : Political Science
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The Republican Alternative seeks to move beyond the mere notion of scholarly inquiry into the republic—the subject of recent rediscovery by political historians interested in Europe’s intellectual heritage—by investigating the practical similarities and differences between two early modern republics, as well as their self-images and interactions during the turbulent seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Among the world’s most economically successful societies, Switzerland and the Netherlands laid much of the foundation for their prosperity during the early modern period discussed here. This volume attempts to clarify the special character of these two countries as they developed, including issues of religious plurality, the republican form of government, and an increasingly commercially-driven agrarian society.

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