Since 1922, The Holland Society of New York has published the quarterly journal de Halve Maen, a leading magazine of the Dutch Colonial Period in America. It publishes new research illuminating the Dutch contribution to American history, and includes essays on various aspects of New Netherland culture.
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Vol. 93, No. 2
IN THIS ISSUE:
Sawmills in New Netherland: A Scandinavian Perspective
by Frans-Arne H. Stylegar
Destruction and Restoration of the Hendrickson Burial Ground
by Andrew A. Hendricks
Book Reviews: David Ormrod and Gijs Rommelse, eds., War, Trade and the State: Anglo-Dutch Conflict, 1652-89
by Lou Roper
Peter Rose, History on our Plate: Recipes from America’s Dutch Past for Today’s Cook
by David W. Voorhees
Here and There in New Netherland Studies