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de Halve Maen

Magazine of the Dutch Colonial Period in America

Since 1922, the Holland Society of New York has published the quarterly journal de Halve Maen. It serves as a vehicle for new research illuminating the Dutch contribution to American history, and includes essays on various aspects of New Netherland material culture, such as agriculture, architecture, silversmithing, and the decorative arts.

The glossy magazine is edited by noted New Netherland scholar Dr. David William Voorhees, editor of the Flatbush Church Records and of the Papers of Jacob Leisler. Dr. Voorhees strives to present the broadest and latest
research in New Netherland studies by the foremost European and American experts.

De Halve Maen reaches all members of The Holland Society of New York as part of their membership, and is subscribed to by leading universities as well as large and small library collections worldwide. De Halve Maen (ISSN 0017-6834) is available to non-members for $28.50 for four issues [Domestic], $32.50 [International]. Selected back issues are available at $7.50 plus postage/handling.

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Table of Contents:

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



 

 

Please click here to review past (2000 - 2010) Tables of Content.

 
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