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Author: Charles T. Gehring
ISBN: 080630944X
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Publisher: Clearfield (October 13, 2014)
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e-Book New York Historical Manuscripts : Dutch Volumes XVIII-XIX. Delaware Papers (Dutch Period, 1646-1664) (#2155) epub download

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During the period of English control of the Delaware, when the region was governed from New York, courts for the local administration of the Delaware area were held . has been added to your Cart.

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Are you sure you want to remove New York Historical Manuscripts from your list? New York Historical Manuscripts. Dutch Volumes XVIII-XIX. Delaware Papers (Dutch Period, 1646-1664) (.by Charles T. Gehring. Published 2000 by Clearfield Co. Written in English. There's no description for this book yet.

'Delaware Papers (Dutch Period): A Collection of Documents Pertaining to the Regulation of Affairs on the South River of New Netberland, 1648-1664. New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Volumes 18-19. Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing C. Inc. 1981). lt;ref ] Page 123

This series contains administrative records created by the Dutch West India Company (WIC) in the Delaware region .

This series contains administrative records created by the Dutch West India Company (WIC) in the Delaware region and sent to New Amsterdam. The records relate to problems with the Swedes and include a report on Swedish activities in the Delaware region prior to Stuyvesant's arrival in New Netherland. vice-director of WIC territory on the South River from 1659 to 1664; and documents relating to agreements and terms met during the struggle with Sweden for control over the region.

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New York Historical Manuscripts by Gehring - New, Rare & Used . Index to Marriages and Deaths in the New York Herald Volume II:. Delaware Papers (English Period, 1664-1682) book download New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch Volumes XX-XXI, Delaware Papers (English Period, 1664-1682) by; Charles T. XX†XXI Delaware Papers (English Period) . which covers the period of English control from 1664-1682, we have a complete, or nearly complete

With this work and the one described below, Clearfield Company is happy to reprint two volumes from the prestigious New York Historical Manuscripts series pertaining to the region of the Delaware (the colonies of Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey), originally published by Genealogical Publishing Company. In 1655 the Dutch took over New Sweden, which had been partially settled as early as 1638, and renamed those Swedish settlements New Amstel. Nearly ten years later, in 1664, Holland would surrender control of the entire region of the Delaware to England. This volume comprises translations of all records pertaining to the Delaware region while it was under the control of the Dutch, as well as translations of certain other documents pertaining to the region while it was in the hands of the Swedes. Constituting Volumes XVIII and XIX of the Colonial Manuscripts in the New York State Archives, these "Delaware Papers" consist of the following: papers relating to problems with the Swedes, including a report on Swedish activities prior to Stuyvesant's arrival in New Netherland; extracts from Stuyvesant's letterbook pertaining to the Delaware from 1648 to 1650, and papers concerning the takeover of New Sweden in 1655; the council minutes of Jean Paul Jacquet, vice-director of the South River until 1657; a series of letters from the director of New Amstel, Jacob Alrichs, to Stuyvesant from 1657 until Alrichs' death in 1659; and the letters of Willem Beeckman, vice-director of the territory of the South River from 1659 to 1664.

With this volume, which contains the only reliable translation of the "Delaware Papers" published to date, we at last have an established text for the early Dutch records pertaining to the administration of the Delaware region. More to the point, when read in conjunction with the volume below, which covers the period of English control from 1664-1682, we have a complete, or nearly complete, picture of the colonization of the Delaware.