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General colo. N. Y. (state)-Legislature. Documents relative to the colonial nial history
history of the state of New York. 15v. Alb. 1853–87. R974.7 qN421 Contents : v. 1-10 Documents procured in Holland, Englavd and France,
by J: R. Brodhead agent under an act of the legis. lature passed May 2, 1839 ed. by E. B. O'Callaghan
with a general introduction by the agent. v.1-2 Holland documents; v. 3-8 London documents; v. 9-10
Paris documents. v. 11 General index to the documents prepared by E. B. O'Cal
lagban. v. 12 Documents relating to the history of the Dutch and
Swedish settlements on the Delaware river, trans. aud
comp. by B. Fernow. v. 13 Documents relating to the history and settlements of the
towus along the Hudson and Mohawk rivers (with the exception of Albany) from 1630–84 traus., comp. and
ed. by B. Fernow. v. 14 Documents relating to the history of the early colonial
settlements principally on Long Island ; trans., comp.
and ed. by B. Fernow.
York in the revolution, prepared under direction
scripts in the office of the secretary of state, Albany N. Y. ed. by E. B. O’Callaghan,
Alb, 1865-66. 974.7 qN424 Contents : v.1, Dutch manuscripts v. 1-21, 1630–64 ; v. 2, English manu
scripts v. 22–101, 1664-1776. These manuscripts (103 volumes) were transferred to the state
library in 1881; Jast 2 volumes not included in Calendar. A poor translation by F. A. Van der Kemp of most of the Dutch
manuscript is in the state library in 24 manuscript volumes ;
for index to them see state archivist's copy of the Calendar.
O’Callaghan and an index to the first three printed. (see
Fourth volume has manuscript index.
together with v. 12–14 of Documents relating to the colonial
N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the General colo: state of New York; arranged by E. B. O'Callaghan. 40.
947.7 9N423 For contents see Peabody institute. Catalogue of the library. 1889. 4:3218, Cong.I qP31. See also note under preceding entry.
Oldmixon, John, anon. British empire in America containing the
history of the discovery, settlement, progress and present state of all
New York, 1:236-80.
Gross Brittanisches America nach seiner erfindung, bevölckerung und allerneuestem zustand aus dem englischen durch Vischer. 879p. Hamburg 1710.
Ol12 New York, p. 168–89.
For translation see two English ed. preceding. Palfrey, J: G. History of New England. V.I-3
974 P177 New Netherland, 1:235-38. Parton, James. Colonial pioneers. 63p. N. Y. 1890. (Historical classic readings 9)
Sir William Johnson, p. 35–40. Capt. Henry Hudson, p. 57–63.
their origin, manners and customs; tribal and subtribal organizations;
Maryland, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania by the English.
N. Y. state lib.
General colo- Six nations of Indians. (see Civil list and constitutiona, history of the gial history colony and state of New York by E. A. Werner.
Alb. 1891. 35: 224-65)
351.2 N42 Relations with the colony and state of New York. Smith, William. History of New York, from the ist discovery to the
year 1732 with a continuation, from the year 1732, to the commencement of the year 1814. 511p.
Alb. 1814. Supposed to have been edited by J: V. N. Yates. J: A. Stevens in Winsor 3:412.
History of the late province of New York, from its discovery to the appointment of Gov. Colden in 1762.
974.7 Sm64 N. Y. 1829-30.
974.7 Sm65 Includes the History of the province of New York from the 18t discovery to the year 1732; and a continuation in manuscript covering the period 1732–62.
This was communicated in 1824 to the New York historical society by Wil. liam Smith, son of the author and printed by them as v. 4-5 of their collections. 974.7 N422 v. 4-5.
Noticed in North American review Jan. 1816, 2:150-53.
History of the province of New York from the ist discovery. 334p.
Lond. 1776. History of the province of New York from the ist discovery to the year 1732,
255P, Lond. 1757. 974.7 qSm6 Discovery to 1664 treated in 1st 23 pages; English period in remainder.
History of the province of New York from the ist discovery to the year 1732.
Ed. 2. 276p. Histoire de la Nouvelle-York, depuis la découverte de cette province jusqu'à notre siécle, traduite de l'Anglois par M.E. * * * 415P Lond. 1767
N. Y. 1891. (Epochs of American history, v.1)
973.2 T42 The middle colonies, p. 195–217; Colonies 1700-50, p. 264–85.
Social and economic conditions in the colonies in 1700, p. 218–32.
W21 Edited by Marquis de Fortia-d'Urban; being L'art de vérifier les dates. pt 4. New York colonial history, 10:1-123.
Watson, J: F. Annals and occurrences of New York city and state in General his.
the olden time; a collection of memoirs, anecdotes and incidents Discovery
974.7 W331 Historic tales of olden time, concerning the early settlement and advancement of New York city and state for the use of families and schools.
974.7 W33 Yates, J: V. N. & Moulton, J. W. History of the state of New York; including its aboriginal and colonial annals.
V.I, pt 1-2.
and adventures'in the new world. 334p. Bost. 1874. N. Y. state lib.
Explorations of Hudson and Champlain, p. 194-240.
Belknap's biographies of the early discoverers of America.
the old cartology. (see New England historical and genealogical register, Ap. 1885, 39: 147-60)
929.1 N422 Explorations of the North American coast previous to the voyage of Henry Hudson. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of
the city of New York. 1892-93. 1:1-32) 974.71 qW69 Fiske, John. Discovery of America, with some account of ancient America and the Spanish conquest.
973.I F54 Heckewelder, Rev. John. Indian tradition of the ist arrival of the
Dutch at Manhattan Island, now New York. (see New York his
torical society. Collections. 1841. ser. 2, 1: 69-74) 974.7 N422 v.6 Homes, H: A: The Pompey (N. Y.) stone, with an inscription and
date of A. D. 1520; an address before the Oneida historical society on the 11th of November, 1879. 15P.
Utica 1881. 908 H75
General his. Howell, G:R.
Evidence of the French discoveries in New York Discovery
previous to the colonization by the Dutch, (see Albany institute, Transactions. 1887. 11:309-16)
N, Y, state lib, Murphy, H:C. Voyage of Verrazzano, a chapter in the early history of
maritime discovery in America, 1987, N. Y. 1875. N. Y. state lib. Van Pelt, Daniel. Were the Dutch on Manhattan Island in 1598 ?
(see National magazine, Nov. 1891, 15:91-97; Jan. 1892, 15:279-85)
973 M271 Verrazano, John de. Relation of the land by him discovered in the
name of his majestie; written in Diepe the 8th of July 1524. (see New York historical society. Collections.
947.7 N422 From Hakluyts voyages. 1600. 2:295-300.
Verrezano's voyage. (see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. p. 253-63)
051 G13 Wilson, J. G. Explorations of the North American coast previous to
the voyage of Henry Hudson. (see New York genealogical and biographical record, Oct. 1891, 22:163–74)
929.1 9N421 From his Memorial history of the city of New York. Winsor, Justin. Father Louis Hennepin and his real or disputed
discoveries. (see his Narrative and critical history of America. C1884-89. 4: 247-56).
973 W 73
Champlain Bixby, G. F. The ist battle of Lake Champlain; has current history correctly located its site ? (see Albany institute.
(see Albany institute. Transactions. 1893. 12: 12 2-36)
N. Y. state lib. The ist battle of Lake Champlain ; a paper read before the Albany institute, Nov. 5, 1889. 15p. Alb. 1893. 973.2 B55 Regarding the locality of the battle fought by Champlain July 29, 1609.