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This book provides an overview of four disciplines of Colonial Dutch research to 1988: Historiography, Documentary, Archaeology and Colonial Arts. It is a good primer for those who are really serious about Colonial Dutch research. (This book is out -of-print but I located it at BookFinder.com for used book dealers)
This book will give the reader a better understanding of Dutch life in colonial New York and New Jersey by following a Dutch family over five generations. (Available through Scholar's Bookshelf/110 Melrich Rd./ Cranbury, NJ 08512)
This book includes information, such as, Holland and its history; immigration and migration; Dutch records in America; research in the Netherlands, and what's in a Dutch name. It is a nice beginning book for Dutch research, though not comprehensive. (Available through Amazon.com or the Dutch Family Heritage Society/ 2463 Ledgewood Drive/ West Jordan, UT 84084-5738 )
This work traces the history of Dutch Americans from colonial times to the present, including explanations on why each wave of immigrants left the Netherlands, where they settled, their way of life in their new homes, and the contributions they made in their new country. (This book is out -of-print but I located it at BookFinder.com for used book dealers)
The book is No. 5 in The Historical Series of the Reformed Church in America. This book covers the history of the Dutch Reformed Church in the American colonies and gives the reader an understanding of one of the central institutions and influences involved in the lives of Dutch Americans in New Netherland, New York , New Jersey and Pennsylvania. (This book is out -of-print but I located it at BookFinder.com for used book dealers)
This volume is the best single source of essential information about the Reformed Church's ministers, missionaries, congregations, institutions, and judicatories. The names and dates are all recorded, and easily accessible in some 8,000 individual entries. An example of its use would be to find out changes in name and location of Reformed churches in America. (Available through the Dutch Family Heritage Society/ 2463 Ledgewood Drive/ West Jordan, UT 84084-5738)
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