4 edition of Pre-revolutionary Dutch houses and families in northern New Jersey and southern New York found in the catalog.
Pre-revolutionary Dutch houses and families in northern New Jersey and southern New York
Rosalie Fellows Bailey
|Other titles||Dutch houses and families.|
|Statement||by Rosalie Fellows Bailey, A.B. ; with an introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt ; photography by Margaret De M. Brown ; prepared under the auspices the Holland Society of New York.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 14054.|
|Contributions||Holland Society of New York.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||612|
Joannes Nevius, Schepen and third secretary of New Amsterdam under the Dutch, first secretary of New York City under the English and his descendants, A.D. , embracing existing families bearing the surnames of Nevius, Nevyus, Neafie, Neafus, Neefus, Nafis, Nafie, Nafey, Naphey, Napheys and Naphis. Honeyman, A. Van Doren. In considering the facts of Dutch-American immigration, local history and genealogy, the compiler has identified handbooks, bibliographies, directories, collections of documents, family .
05/20/ 02/13/ 28 Historic Estates to Visit in New York’s Hudson Valley by benjamin waldman. The Hudson Valley is full of incredible estates and historic houses. We may have previously. Mar 25, · In , there were 12, to 14, slaves in the state, which might account for why New Jersey and New York were the only Northern states that did not move to end slavery during the.
Oct 14, · Three Books about New Netherland and Dutch New York I recently received an e-mail from Richard Brewer (administrator of the Brewer DNA Project) with a forwarded e-mail that he had received from Tom Brewer (a participant in the Brewer DNA Project).Author: Chris Chester. After the British takeover, the rich Dutch families in Albany and New York City, emulated the English elite and purchased English furniture, silverware, crystal, and jewelry. They were proud of their language, which was strongly reinforced by the church, but they were much slower than the Yankees in setting up schools for their children.
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Archives|PRE-REVOLUTIONARY DUTCH HOUSES AND FAMILIES, In Northern New Jersey and Southern New York. By Rosalie Fellows Bailey.
With an Introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Photography by Margaret de M. Brown. Prepared Under the Auspices of the Holland Society of New York.
Pre-revolutionary Dutch houses and families in northern New Jersey and southern New York. With a new foreword by the author. With an introd. by Franklin. Pre-revolutionary Dutch houses and families in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York, by Rosalie Fellows Bailey, A.
B.; with an introd. by Franklin D. Roosevelt; photography by Margaret De M. Brown; prepared under the auspices of the Holland Society of New York. Scope and Contents note. Series II consists of negatives and copy print photographs of Dutch houses located in New Jersey and southern New York taken by Margaret Brown for use in Rosalie Fellows Bailey's book of the same title, which continued Reynold's work.
"For Three Generations our understanding of Dutch houses has been through two pioneering books: Helen Reynolds' Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley before (), and Rosalie Fellows Bailey's Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses and Families in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York () Now for the first time since the s, we have a new book on the subject of the Dutch.
Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses and Families in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York () by Rosalie Fellows Bailey. Her work was commissioned by the Holland Society, which also commissioned the studies and eventual books by Reynolds and Bailey.
Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Homes and Their Families in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York. New York: Dover Publications, Barr, Stephen. New Jersey: Setting the Pace for the Twenty-First Century.
Encino, CA: Cherbo Publishing Group, Bishop, Gordon. Gems of New Jersey. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Author: Patrick Shalhoub. Early New York Families, ss More thanindividuals are referenced within this collection, covering the entire state of New York. Although especially useful for the genealogist, family histories such as these can be very difficult to locate since.
The Dutch heritage of New York. SHARES. Facebook; The colony covered parts of modern-day New York, Delaware, Connecticut and New Jersey. are still remnants from later settlers such as the 17th century Wyckhoff House in Brooklyn and the 18th century Dyckman House on Manhattan island.
However, the Dutch legacy can clearly be seen in. Jun 08, · New-York Historical Society librarians reveal fascinating stories from the past through exceptional items in the library's collection. And then there were ten: Brooklyn’s Landmarked Dutch Houses June 8, by staff. The dearth of books on Dutch architecture in New Netherland has often been noted in these pages.
We have to go back some seventy years for Helen Wilkinson Reynold's landmark Dutch Houses in The Hudson Valley and Rosalie Fellows Bailey's Dutch Houses and Families in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York.
Feb 20, · A magnificently well-preserved surviving example of the Dutch settlement in New Jersey is the Luyster House, originally located on Holland Road near the intersection of Laurel Avenue and Van Author: Gerry Scharfenberger. May 10, · Architectural Monographs: Early Dutch Houses of New Jersey On the banks of the Hackensack River in New Jersey stand beautiful colonial houses with quaint gambrel roofs, wide overhanging eaves, and broad, flat walls made of brown stone.
The Crum family of Gelderland Netherlands, New York & Canada Gysbert Willemse Crum arrived in New Netherland (New York) with his mother, step-father and several siblings in on the ship De Vos. The Crum family of Gelderland Netherlands, New York & .pre-Revolutionary period.
of the joint house and barn of northern Holland and that relatively the Engl ish barn is indicated (Wacker ). David Cohen, who has studied the houses built by the Dutch in New York and New Jersey, in conversation, has taken issue with this.
On the other hand, Sophia Hinshalwood, in.Gambrel rooflines, reminiscent of classic barns, set Dutch Colonial homes apart. Other characteristics of Dutch Colonial architecture include side entrances, central double Dutch doorways (upper and lower halves can be opened separately), asymmetrical layouts, ground-level porches, double-hung sash windows, and a chimney at one or both ends.