Throughout the Society’s history, Members have raised funds to erect eight tablets in New York City to mark areas of importance in the early history of Dutch New York. Several of these tablets are still in place, and one was returned to its original location in September 2017. If you are interested in learning more about these tablets, please click on the links below. If you are interested in contributing to the restoration of the tablets, please consider making a donation to The Holland Society by following this link.

Banta, Theodore. “Custom’s House Tablet at Bowling Green.” Year Book of the Holland Society of New York, 1901. New York: Holland Society of New York, 1901. 76-77. Print.
Banta, Theodore. “Old Fort of New Amsterdam.” Year Book of the Holland Society of New York, 1900. New York: Holland Society of New York, 1900. 104. Print.
History Told in Tablets.” The History Box. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 July 2017.
Scheltema, Gajus. “Pear Tree Corner.” Exploring Historic Dutch New York: New York City, Hudson Valley, New Jersey, and Delaware. Mineola, NY: Dover Pubn, 2011. 45. Print.
Society Gives Governor’s Island Tablet.” De Halve Maen 26.2 (1951): 1. Print.
The Conservancy Helps Preserve a Piece of New York City’s Dutch History.” The New York Landmarks Conservancy. The New York Landmarks Conservancy, Apr. 2017. Web. 13 July 2017.
Trustees Vote Check on Historic Markers.” De Halve Maen 25.3 (1950): 1. Print.