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2015

Vol. 88, No. 3, Fall 2015

Editor’s Corner

A Fake Treaty, the Two Row Wampum, Oral Traditions, and Shared Histories in New Netherland and Colonial New York: The View from 1614. by William Starna

“For the best interest of the country”: the Landdag of New Netherland, development of a provincial assembly (1649–1664) by H. Cornelisse

Book Review: Francis J. Sypher, Liber A of the Collegiate Churches  of New York, Part 2
by Harry Macy

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

Vol. 88, No. 2, Summer 2015

Editor’s Corner

“Make an end of my misery”: Rev. Johannes Henricus Goetschius  and the negotiation of authority in Eighteenth-Century Dutch New York by Kenneth Shefsiek

Journey to the Netherlands: Arrival of the Half Moon in the City of Hoorn by Andrew Hendricks

Book Review: Theodore Dietz, Dutch Stories About Kingston by Josh Smith

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

Vol. 88, No. 1, Spring 2015

Editor’s Corner

Jacob Eelkens Revisited: A Young Franco-Dutch Entrepreneur in the New World
 by Willem Frijhoff

Return to the Unknown: A Journey of Discovery with the League of Peace and Power
by LTC Adrian T. Bogart III and Sarah Rapalje Bogart

Book Review: John W. Coakley, New Brunswick Theological Seminary: An Illustrated History, 1784-2014 by Dirk Mouw

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

2014

Vol. 87, No. 4, Winter 2014

Editor’s Corner

Epitaph for an Exceptional Ship: Last Voyage of the Kalmar Nyckel (June 14-22, 1652)            
by Samuel Heed and Jordi Noort 

“Bad Justice” Part III: A Case Study by Rudy VanVeghten

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam 

Vol. 87, No. 3, Fall 2014

Editor’s Corner

1614: The View from New France by Leslie Choquette

“Bad Justice” Part II: Stuyvesant vs. Slichtenhorst by Rudy VanVeghten

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

Vol. 87, No. 2, Summer 2014

Editor’s Corner

“Bad Justice”: The Administration of Brant van Slichtenhorst by Rudy VanVeghten

The Politics of Doctrine and the Collegiate Reformed Church Charter by David William Voorhees

Book Reviews: Susanah Shaw Romney, New Netherland Connections: Intimate Networks and Atlantic Ties in Seventeenth-Century America, by Noah Gelfand; Peter Rose, Delicious December: How the Dutch Brought Us Santa, Presents, and Treats, by Firth Haring Fabend.
   
Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

Vol 87, No.1, Spring 2014

Editor’s Corner

Fleeing New Netherland: Johan de Deckere on the Run by Jaap Jacobs

Samuel Blommaert: Expat-merchant with a worldwide geographical eye. Part II by Kees Zandvliet

Book Reviews: Donna Merwick, Stuyvesant Bound:An Essay on Loss Across Time, by Karen Kupperman and Kees-Jan Waterman and J. Michael Smith, eds., Munsee  Indian Trade in Ulster County, New York 1712-1732, by Marc B. Fried.

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

2013

Vol. 86, No. 4, Winter 2013


Editor’s Corner

Samuel Blommaert: Expat-merchant with a worldwide geographical eye. Part 1. by Kees Zandvliet

Norwegians in New-Netherland in the 1620s and 1630s by Ernst Berge Drange

Book Review: William A. Starna, From Homeland to New Land; A History of the Mahican Indians, 1600-1830 by Kees-Jan Waterman

Here and There in New Netherland  Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

Vol. 86, No. 3, Fall 2013

Editor’s Corner

Researching African and Dutch Exchanges in Early New York by Andrea C. Mosterman

Trading Places: Men, Women and the Negotiation of Gendered Roles in the Port of New Amsterdam, 1630-1664 by Virginie Adane

Book Review: Albert M. Rosenblatt and  Julia C. Rosenblatt, eds., Opening Statements: Law, Jurisprudence, and the Legacy of Dutch New York by Firth Haring Fabend

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

Vol. 86, No. 2,  Summer 2013

Editor’s Corner

Esopus II and Hester Fonda’s Captivity: Part 2
by Rudy VanVeghten

Witness to the 1664 Surrender
by Leo Hershkowitz

Book Review: Mark Meuwese, Brothers in Arms, Partners in Trade: Dutch-Indigenous Alliances in the Atlantic World, 1595-1674
by Paul Otto

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

At the Society Library

Society Activities

In Memoriam

Vol. 86, No. 1,  Spring 2013

Editor’s Corner

The View from the Dutch Republic: Protestant Conceptualizations of Indians
by Stephen T. Staggs

Esopus II and Hester Fonda’s Captivity: Part I
by Rudy VanVeghten

Book Review: Leon van den Broeke, Hans Krabbendam, Dirck Mouw, eds., Transatlantic Pieties: Dutch Clergy in Colonial America
 by James D. Bratt

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

2012

Vol. 85, No. 4,  Winter 2012

Editor’s Corner

Imagining New Netherland: An Art Historian’s Perspective on the Visual Culture of New Netherland
by  Alena M. Buis

Buildings on Paper: Our Current Knowledge and Understanding of New Netherlandic Architecture
by  Jeroen van den Hurk

Book Review: Firth Haring Fabend, New Netherland in a Nutshell: A Concise History of the Dutch Colony in North America
by Joshua Van Kirk

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

Vol. 85, no. 3, Fall 2012

Editor’s Corner

A Land of Milk and Honey: Colonial Propaganda and the City of Amsterdam, 1656-1664
by Frans Blom and Henk Looijesteijn

Books and Papers: The Andrew W. Brink Collection
by Mary Collins

Book Review: Evan Haefeli, New Netherland and the Dutch Origins of American Religious Liberty
by Noah Gelfand

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

Vol. 85, no. 2, Summer 2012

Editor’s Corner

The Limits of New Netherland: The Dutch in the Seventeenth-Century Delaware Valley
by Mark L. Thompson

Tracing the Archaeological Footprints of the Dutch and Swedes
in the Seventeenth-Century Delaware River Valley
by David A. Furlow and Craig Lukezic

Book Review: Elisabeth Paling Funk and Martha Dickinson Shattuck, eds., A Beautiful and Fruitful Place; Selected Rensselaerswijck Papers, volume 2, by Kees-Jan Waterman

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

Vol. 85, no. 1, Spring 2012

Editor’s Corner

Nicholas Van Rensselaer’s Amazing Vision
by Rudy VanVeghten

Diversity on the Delaware from New Sweden to Pennsylvania: Connections and Contrasts
by Evan Haefeli

Book Review

Here and There in New Netherland Studies

Society Activities

In Memoriam

 

2011

Vol. 84, no. 4, Winter 2011

     

  • Editor’s Corner
  • De Suyt Rivier: New Netherland’s Southern Region by Charles Gehring
  • Spanning the Peninsula: Augustine Herrman, the South River, and Anglo-Dutch overland trade in the Northern Chesapeake by Christian J. Koot
  • At The Library
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam
  •  

Vol. 84, no. 3, Fall 2011

  • Editor’s Corner
  • An Extraordinary Discovery: A Contemporary Picture of Henry Hudson’s Ship, the Half Moon by Eduard van Breen
  • Peter Minuit and New Sweden’s Rocky Relationship with New Netherland by Samuel Heed
  • Book Review
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam


Vol. 84, no. 2, Summer 2011

  • Editor's Corner
  • Notebook on New Netherland: The first Rensselaer New Netherland Seminar of 1971
    by John Russell Wiggins
  • Walking Tour of the New York Branch of The Holland Society, 1970 by Hendrik Booraem Jr.
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 84, no. 1, Spring 2011

  • Editor's Corner
  • Looking Backward, Looking Forward: The Dutch Restoration of 1673 - 1674 and the Narratives of Seventeenth-Century New York History by Joyce Goodfriend
  • "We shall bloom and grow like the Cedar of Lebanon": Dutch Merchants in English New York City, 1664 - 1672 by Dennis Maika
  • Book Review
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

2010

Vol. 83, no. 4, Winter 2010

  • Editor's Corner
  • Greenbush: A Name Lost in the Pine Woods by Rudy VanVeghten
  • The Will of Jan Fransz van Hoesen and his wife Volkje: A Case Study
    by Ruth Piwonka
  • Book Review
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 83, no. 3, Fall 2010

  • Editor's Corner
  • Confronting New Netherland's New and Old English: Rumors of Imminent Invasion, Incursions, and Interior Subversion by Kenneth James Richards
  • Hartshorne House by John R. Stevens
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 83, no. 2, Summer 2010

  • President's Message
  • Formation of The Holland Society in 1885
  • 125 Years of Society Events
  • An Old Master's Holland Society Portrait Gallery
  • History of the Holland Society Headquarters and Library by Mary Collins
  • The Story of The Holland Society's Journal, de Halve Maen by David William Voorhees
  • Trips to the Fatherland
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam


Vol. 83, no. 1, Spring 2010

  • Editor's Corner
  • David Demarest and Marie Sohier's 1663 Sale of Property in Mannheim: Analysis of a Newly-Discovered Record by David C. Major, John S. Major, Alfred Wolkomir, and Alexander von Thun
  • Abram Staes: Progenitor of the Staats Family of Albany by Timothy Butler Staats and Henry N. Staats IV
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

2009

Vol. 82, no. 4, Winter 2009

  • Editor's Corner
  • Researching Dutch Families in New York and New Jersey by Henry Hoff
  • "Vivent les Gueux!" August 1888: The Holland Society of New York meets the 3rd of October-Association of Leiden by Arti Ponsen
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 82, no. 3, Fall 2009

  • Editor's Corner
  • Cornmeal Mush and Other Myths: Four Mispreceptions of the Dutch Experience in New Netherland by Firth Haring Fabend
  • The Penelope Stout Story: Evolution of a New Netherland Narrative by Virginie Adane
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 82, no. 2, Summer 2009

  • Editor's Corner
  • "Because he found them beautiful:" the Story of The Castello Plan, A View of the City of Amsterdam in New Netherland. by Brenda Safer
  • Celebrating Four-Hundred Years of Dutch-American Relations: NY400
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam



Vol. 82, no. 1, Spring 2009

  • Editor's Corner
  • "Gallia amica, non vicina": The French and the Dutch in Europe during the New Netherland period by Willem Frijhoff
  • The Skirmish with the Mohawk on Lake Champlain: was Champlain a "trigger-happy thug" or "just following orders." by Conrad E. Heidenreich
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities

2008

Vol. 81, no. 3, Winter 2008

  • Editor's Corner
  • The Mutually Exclusive Birth Years of the State of New York and City of New York
  • Paul O'Dwyer and Changing New York History
  • New Findings Concerning the Mabie, Van Orden and Van Norden Families
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 81, no.2, Summer 2008

  • Editor's Corner
  • Finance During the Twelve Years' Truce: Pioneering the Framework for Financial Revolutions
  • Warren Johnson's Observations on the Dutch Living in the Albany Schenectady Area, 1760s
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 81, no.1, Spring 2008

  • Editor's Corner
  • Narrative of the Visit of the Holland Society to the Netherlands , 1888 by Sheldon T. Viele
  • The 1657 Flushing Remonstrance in Historical Perspectvie by David William Voorhees
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam
2007

Vol. 80, no.3, Fall 2007

  • Editor's Corner
  • "Great security...from the Insults of our enemies:" Provincial Unity during the Era of Leislerian Factionalism in New York, 1691-1709 by Andrew T. Stahlhut
  • Honored through the Ordeal: Crailo and the Colonial War by Paul Stambach
  • Society Activities
  • Holland Society Capital Campaign
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 80, no.2, Summer 2007

  • Editor's Corner
  • Cosyn Gerritsen van Putten: New Amsterdam's Wheelwright by Firth Haring Fabend
  • The Carpenters of New Netherland by Jeroen van den Hurk
  • Book review
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 80, no.1, Spring 2007

  • Editor's Corner
  • The Long Reach of Rensselaerswijck: Shaping Hudson Valley Architecture by Shirley W. Dunn
  • Moving Day in Old New York City: A Custom of Dutch Origin? by David L. Gold
  • We're Moving! The Holland Society Plans New Headquarters by W. Wells Van Pelt, Jr.
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam
2006

Vol. 79, no.1, Spring 2006

  • Editor's Corner
  • Being Poor in New Paltz, New York by Eric J. Roth
  • Poor Relief in Pre-Revolutionary Flatbush, Long Island by Eric Nooter
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 79, no.2, Summer 2006

  • Editor's Corner
  • Gardens in New Netherland and New York by Ruth Piwonka
  • Lost in Plain Sight: Dutch Love of the Locust Tree by Roderic H. Blackburn
  • Pierre Cresson: Pierre Le Gardinier by Firth Haring Fabend
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 79, no.3, Fall 2006

  • Editor's Corner
  • A Tale of Two Houses: The Bruyn and Smedes Homesteads by Marc B. Fried
  • Van Ostrande-Radliff-Holt-Saul Building by John R. Stevens
  • Book Review
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 79, no.4, Winter 2006

  • Editor's Corner
  • Hanau and America: Some Unknown Aspects of Old World and New World Networks by Antonia Kolb
  • Two More Unpublished Letters by Jan Baptist van Rensselaer by Janny Venema
  • Book Review
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam
2005

Vol. 78, no.1, Spring 2005

  • Editor's Corner
  • Visualizing Arent van Curler by James W. Bradley
  • Archeologists Unearth History at the Van Alen House Site by Sharon S. Palmer
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 78, no.2, Summer 2005

  • Editor's Corner
  • Colonies of Distinction: Maryland and New Netherland by Henry M. Miller
  • Cities on the Margins: Boston and New Amsterdam in 1653 by Mark Peterson
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 78, no.3, Fall 2005

  • Editor's Corner
  • Extortion by Donna Merwick
  • A Caribbean Wind by Noah L. Gelfand
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 78, no.4, Winter 2005

  • Editor's Corner
  • Islands at the Center of the Atlantic World by Victor Enthoven
  • Dutch role in the English Caribbean by Christian J. Koot
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam
2004

Vol. 77, no.1, Spring 2004

  • Editor's Corner
  • Why should we care about New Amsterdam's Charter by Dennis J. Maika
  • The 1720s Pieter Winne House by Gregory D. Huber
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 77, no.2, Summer 2004

  • Editor's Corner
  • By Chance of Choice: Jews in New Amsterdam 1654 by Leo Hershkowitz
  • Holland Society Headquarters by Annette van Rooy Hiemstra and David William Voorhees
  • Book Review
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 77, no.3, Fall 2004

  • Editor's Corner
  • Governors Island: Lifeblood-of-American-Liberty by Joep de Koning
  • Non-Jewish, Dutch-Origin Family name Roosevelt by David L. Gold
  • Book Review
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 77, no.4, Winter 2004

  • Editor's Corner
  • Some Early Rensselaerswijck Farms by Paul R. Huey and Adam T. Luscier
  • Gertrude Bruyn of Shawangunk by Marc B. Fried
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam
2003

Vol. 76, no.1, Spring 2003

  • Editor's Corner
  • Under the Parking Lots: Archeological Remains of Beverwijck and Colonial Albany by Paul Huey
  • 1708/09 Albany County Tax List by Ruth Piwonka
  • Teunis Slingerland House by John R. Stevens
  • Book Reviews
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 76, no.2, Summer 2003

  • Editor's Corner
  • Role of the Dutch in the Early American Sugar Industry by J.H. Galloway
  • Salt and Pepper by Cees Bakker
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 76, no.3, Fall 2003

  • Editor's Corner
  • Anatomy of a Slave Voyage, New York 1721 by Leo Hershkowitz
  • Competing Ambitions: Native-Native and Native-Dutch Relations in the Era of Beverwijck by Jose Antonio Brandao
  • Book Review
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 76, no.4, Winter 2003

  • Editor's Corner
  • Relations between Rulers and Ruled in New Amsterdam by Jaap Jacobs
  • Vanderlyn's Song by Eric J. Roth
  • Book Review
  • Here and There in New Netherland Studies
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam
2002

Vol. 75, no.1, Spring 2002

  • Editor's Corner
  • Church and State, Hand in Hand by Firth Haring Fabend
  • A 1652 letter by Jan Baptist van Rensselaer by Janny Venema
  • Book Reviews
  • Here and There with Members
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 75, no.2, Summer 2002

  • Editor's Corner
  • Settlement patterns in Rensselaerswijck: the farm at Greenbush by Shirley W. Dunn
  • Book Review
  • Here and There with Members
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 75, no.3, Fall 2002

  • Editor's Corner
  • Three Centuries at a Winne Family Farmstead by Floyd I. Brewer, Florence A. Christoph, and Peter R. Christoph
  • Settlement Patterns in Rensselaerswijck: the farm at Greenbush by Shirley W. Dunn
  • Here and There with Members
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 75, no.4, Winter 2002

  • Editor's Corner
  • Egbert L. Viele and the Creation of Central Park by Jon Scott Logel
  • Unraveling Frijenmoet: a Reformed Minister in Colonial New Jersey by Benjamin Roberts
  • Book Reviews
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam
2001

Vol. 74, no.1, Spring 2001

  • Editor's Corner
  • The Court Case of Brant Aertsz van Slichtenhorst against Jan van Rensselaer by Janny Venema
  • New Light on Old Sources: Finding Women in New Netherland's Courtrooms by Susanah Shaw
  • Book Reviews
  • Society Activities
  • Here and There with Members
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 74, no.2, Summer 2001

  • Editor's Corner
  • New Light on a Drowned Princess by Simon Groenveld
  • The Dutch Barn in America Part Two by Gregory D
  • New Amsterdam on Governors Island by Joep de Koning
  • Book Review
  • Society Activities
  • Here and There with Members
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 74, no.3, Fall 2001

  • Editor's Corner
  • The Dutch Barn in America Part Three by Gregory D. Huber
  • The Persistence of Dutch Culture in the Mid-Atlantic Colonies by David William Voorhees
  • Book Review
  • Here and There with Members
  • Society Activities
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 74, no.4, Winter 2001

  • Editor's Corner
  • de Halve Maen Ephemera
  • Medical Practices in New Netherland by Richard H. Amerman, 1957
  • The Literature of New Netherland by Frederick W. Bogert, 1958
  • Patricians and Plebians in Colonial Albany by Alice P. Kenney, 1970
  • Society Activities
  • Here and There with Members
  • In Memoriam
2000

Vol. 73, no.1, Spring 2000

  • Editor's Corner
  • Failing to Square the Circle: the West India Company's Volte-Face in 1638-1639 by Wim Klooster
  • Albany's Colonial Lutherans: Ecumenism and Conflict among the Churches by Peter R. Christoph
  • Book Reviews
  • Society Activities
  • Here and There with Members
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 73, no.2, Summer 2000

  • Editor's Corner
  • Slavery, Race, and Culture in Early New York by Dennis J. Maika
  • The Dutch Barn in America by Gregory D. Huber
  • Book Reviews
  • Society Activities
  • Here and There with Members
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 73, no.3, Fall 2000

  • Editor's Corner
  • New Light on New Netherland by Firth Haring Fabend
  • Dutch New Year's Customs in the Hudson Valley by Peter G. Rose
  • Book reviews
  • Society Activities
  • Here and There with Members
  • In Memoriam

Vol. 73, no.4, Winter 2000

  • Editor's Corner
  • Jaques Corteljou, The Cartesian by Brenda Safer
  • Leislerians in Boston: Some Rare Dutch Colonial Correspondence by Evan Haefeli
  • "Mamy Talks Duch Yet" by Robert P. Rushmore
  • Book Review
  • Society Activities
  • Here and There with Members
  • In Memoriam

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