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.
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Table of Contents:
Vol. 86, No. 3, Fall 2013
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
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