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University of the State of New York

REGENTS

With years of election

1874 ANSON JUDD UPSON L.H.D. D.D. LL.D.

Chancellor, Glens Falls 1892 WILLIAM CROSWELL DOANE D.D. LL.D.

Vice-Chancellor, Albany 1873 MARTIN I. TOWNSEND M.A. LL.D.

Troy 1877 CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW LL.D.

- New York 1877 CHARLES E. FITCH LL.B. M.A. L.H.D.

Rochester 1877 ORRIS H. WARREN D.D.

Syracuse 1878 WHITELAW REID LL.D.

New York 1881 WILLIAM H. WATSON M.A. M.D.

- Utica 1881 HENRY E. TURNER

Lowville 1883 ST CLAIR MCKELWAY M.A. LL.D. L.H.D. D.C.L. Brooklyn 1885 DANIEL BEACH Ph.D. LL.D.

Watkins 1888 CARROLL E. SMITH LL.D.

Syracuse 1890 Pliny T. SEXTON LL.D.

- Palmyra 1890 T. GUILFORD SMITH M.A. C.E. LL.D.

Buffalo 1893 LEWIS A. STIMSON B.A. LL.D. M.D.

New York 1895 ALBERT VANDER VEER Ph.D. M.D.

Albany 1895 CHARLES R. SKINNER M.A. LL.D.

Superintendent of Public Instruction, ex officio 1897 CHESTER S. LORD M.A. LL.D.

- Brooklyn 1897 TIMOTHY L. WOODRUFF M.A. Lieutenant-Governor, ex officio 1899 JOHN T. McDONOUGH LL.B. LL.D. Secretary of State, ex officio 1900 THOMAS A. HENDRICK M.A. LL.D.

Rochester 1901 BENJAMIN B. ODELL JR Governor, ex officio 1901 ROBERT C. PRUYN M.A.

Albany

SECRETARY

Elected by regents

1900 JAMES RUSSELL PARSONS JR M.A.

DIRECTORS OF DEPARTMENTS

1888 MELVIL DEWEY M.A. State library and Home education 1890 JAMES RUSSELL PARSONS JR M.A.

Administrative, College and High school dep'ts 1890 FREDERICK J. H. MERRILL Ph.D. State museum

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Queeus county (continued)

PAGE Jamaica ...

452 Long Island City

453 Newtown

453 Oyster Bay

454 Suffolk county.

454 Brookhaven

455 Easthampton including Gardiners Island

456 Huntington..

458 Islip...

459 Riverhead

459 Shelter Island

459 Smithtown

459 Soutbampton

460 Southold

461 Richmond county,

Staten
Island

462 Northfield

464 Westfield

464 Hudson river counties

465 Westchester county..

465 Bedford

467 Cortlandt..

467 Eastchester.

467 Greenburg

467 Harrison

468 Lewisboro

468 Mamaroneck.

468 Mount Pleasant.

469 Newcastle.

469 New Rochelle....

469 North Castle.

470 North Salem.

470 Ossining

470 Pelham

470 Poundridge.

470 Rye

470 Scarsdale

470 Somers

470 Westchester

471 White Plains.

471 Yonkers

471 Yorktown.

472 Orange county

472 Blooming Grove.

473 Cornwall

473 Deerpark

473 Montgomery..

473 New Windsor..

473 Newburgh..

474 Rockland county..

474 Clarkstown.

474 Haverstraw

475

Rockland county (continued) PAGE
Orangetowu

475 Ramapo...

475 Stony Point..

475 Dutchess county

475 Amenia...

476 Fishkill.

476 Poughkeepsie..

477 Red Hook....

477 Rbinebeck..

477 Putnam county

477 Southeast.....

477 Ulster county.

477 Hurley

478 Kingston..

478 New palız

480 Rochester..

480 Sullivan county

480 Greene county

481 Catskill

481 Columbia county

481 Claverack

482 Hillsdale

482 Rensselaer county

482 Lansingburg

482 Schaghticoke

483 Troy

483 Rensselaerswyck.

483 Albany county..

485 Albany city..

488 Dutch period

490 English period.

490 Localities, buildings, etc... 492 Lists of residents, church records, etc.....

492 Description...

493 Religious history

494 Saratoga county

495 Washington county..

496 Mohawk valley

497 Schenectady county.

197 Schoharie

501 Palatines

502 Montgomery county.

505 Futon

505 Herkimer

506 Oneida

506 Northern New York...

507 Lakes George and Champlain.. 508 Central New York....

510 Southern central New York

512 Western New York....

513 Lake Erie and Niagara ....

514

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This bibliography covers the history of New Netherland, or New York as colony and province, from its discovery to 1776. Though New York's sway extended at times over lands now included in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maine, the list includes only the territory within the present limits of the state.

The first settlement in New Jersey was made in 1623 by the Dutch ; the first permanent settlement in 1664, when New Jersey was granted by the duke of York to Berkeley and Carteret. In 1702 the provinces of East and West Jersey were united and surrendered to Queen Anne, and from 1703 to 1738 New York and New Jersey were under the same governors. Pennsylvania was settled by the Swedes in 1643, the Dutch settlement of 1623 having been abandoned. In 1655 the Dutch under Stuyvesant took possession of both Pennsylvania and Delaware, and they were claimed by the governors of New York till 1682, when Penn obtained a quit claim from the duke of York. That part of Maine known first as Pemaquid and its dependencies, and in 1683 organized as the county of Cornwall, was under the governors of New York from 1673 to 1686, when it was annexed to New England. For relations with other colonies, their histories and colonial records should be consulted.

Southold, Southampton, Easthampton and other towns in eastern Long Island formed part of Connecticut previous to 1664. For their history during that period the student is referred to the histories and colonial records of the Connecticut and New Haven colonies.

Different editions of a work have been noted when at hand, but no attempt has been made at bibliographic completeness for editions or

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