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4-6 Council Minutes 1638-1665. Van, Laer A. J. F, Kenneth Scott, Kenn Stryker-Rodda, and Charles T. Gehring. Council Minutes (Baltimore, 1974). Vol. 11-12 Correspondence 1646-1664.
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COUNCIL MINUTES, 1638–1649. This is the fourth volume of the Dutch Colonial Manuscripts at the New York State Archives and the first of seven volumes in the Council Minutes series. This volume of Council Minutes contains the earliest survivng records of its kind, as minutes previous to Willem Kieft's directorship, or before 1638, were probably taken back to the Netherlands with the former directors Peter Minuit and Wouter van Twiller. These records have not been found. In the 19th century, E. B. O’Callaghan reorganized the original 49 record books of New Netherland into this series based on document type and time period.
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. University of the State of New York. Executive minutes of the. prepared by Mr. Berthold Fernow, keeper of historical records, shortly before his resignation Ap. 1, 1889, and. intended to form with other calendars an additional volume of the series of Documents relative to the colonial history of the state of New York.
Laer, A. F. van. trans. New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Vol 1: Register of the Provincial Secretary, 1638-1642. New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Vol. 4, Council Minutes, 16381649.
During the period of English control of the Delaware, when the region was governed from New York, courts for the local administration of the Delaware area were held . has been added to your Cart.
During the period of English control of the Delaware, when the region was governed from New York, courts for the local administration of the Delaware area were held at New Castle.
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The New York General Assembly was first convened on October 17, 1683 . The estate was originally deeded by the Dutch West India Company to merchant Kiliaen van Rensselaer in 1630. Laer, Arnold J. Van (2009).
The New York General Assembly was first convened on October 17, 1683 during the governorship of Thomas Dongan, 2nd Earl of Limerick, which passed an act entitled "A Charter of Liberties" that decreed that the supreme legislative power under the Duke of York (later King James II) shall reside in a governor, council, and the people convened in general assembly; conferred upon. Rensselaerswyck extended for miles on each side of the Hudson River near present-day Albany.