5 edition of The Van Cortlandt family papers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||compiled and edited by Jacob Judd.|
|Contributions||Judd, Jacob, 1929-|
|LC Classifications||CS71.V224 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||75043652|
Bryant's staunch support of the Union cause throughout the war, and of Lincoln's war efforts, no less than his known influence with the president, led several prominent public figures to urge that he write Lincoln's biography. Louis began taking over the railroad management inand in he succeeded his father as president, holding the position until Charlotte to William Foster, Hoboken, September 6, Wilson; correspondence among family members, including letters from Stephen B. In it once again became a single-family home and has been handsomely restored. West Chester Town, Westchester Co.
Once only, and that in a legal document, a copy of which is hearafter given, does his full name appear. The Louis Hill family, now including two infants, moved into their new home in December The collection contains correspondence and other documents of various members of the Livingston family. Canal papers,include correspondence, diaries, reports, surveys, accounts, and other papers relating to the construction of canals in New York. This surname, the latinized form of which was Texelius, had become fixed upon the family long before the Dutch established a trading post upon Manhattan Island. James W.
Writes of a hiatus on mail until the regiment is moved, says that he fears the new campaign will be bloody and that he is sending back home things that he cannot take with him in the move. After his death it was acquired by Jerome Britchey who took down the barns and built the Starlite Drivein Theater, on the site of the current ShopRite. Herbs such as woodruff, wormwood and borage were used in wine infusions. Maud Daughter Maud made her home in California and raised four children. In the family had retreated to Peekskill and then to Rhinebeck with many of the family treasures. Accounts of the Treasurer, Peter Jay Monro,
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Report...on composite construction in structural steel and concrete.
A second collection of favorite songs
The Eagles of Malice
Procedures for style analysis of jazz
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Duties on wool and manufactures of wool.
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William Beekman. Collection consists of correspondence, accounts, legal documents, and land papers of Livingston, members of his family and his law clients; notes; and county records. His son, Henry Beekman, was an Ulster County militia leader and, in return for his service, was provided with several large land grants in Dutchess County.
Not much information is available regarding his business or domestic affairs. But Bryant declined, declaring his inability to record impartially critical events in which he had taken so central a part.
Military papers,comprise Revolutionary War materials that were neither generated nor received directly by Schuyler. The year of his coming cannot be exactly fixed, as the records of that time are incomplete. Liber A page 15 Flatbush Records. Charlotte to Virginia Foster, Hoboken, September 6, [sic].
Once only, and that in a legal document, a copy of which is hearafter given, does his full name appear. Jeremiah to William Foster, June 18, InLouis was put in charge of a massive improvement program on the Great Northern line between Minot and the Rockies.
All rights reserved. Louis Jr. Home again in New York, Bryant bought and settled in a house at 24 West 16th Street which would be his city home for the rest of his life.
John Bradstreet to John Stedman, March 20, Written from a new location while on picket line; speaks of a fellow officer unjustly relieved from duty and his own transfer to the company of the aforementioned officer.
Jeremiah to William Foster, July 12, The collection consists of correspondence, accounts, military records, land records, and other papers In the post-Revolutionary era, Beekman and his family were active members in New York City's high society and, after retiring to his Mount Pleasant estate in the early nineteenth century, he passed away on April 6, John D.
James Duke of Yorke. The majority of the items concern the contested presidential election oftied between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr, and its aftermath. Their living children inherited the manor house in and their daughter, Ann Stevenson Van Cortlandt, remained until her death in Montague Collection of Robert Fulton Manuscripts contains correspondence, writings and drawings by the famed American civil engineer and inventor.
Bound with this code are nine additions most of which are "Orders made at the Generall Court of Assizes held in New York" Calendar of Colonial Minutes page Petition for Patent 4 miles wide on the Sound "From the Sound running into the wood 6 miles or thereabout.
Memorandum of persons examined by the Commissioners of the Kayaderosseras Patent, April 29, Canal papers,include correspondence, diaries, reports, surveys, accounts, and other papers relating to the construction of canals in New York. Navy officer who served in the Union Navy during the Civil War.
Because the Van Cortlandt family accumulated much of its wealth from the brewing industry in Manhattan, the focus of the tercentenary festivities was be on the history of alcohol in the Hudson Valley. Land papers, 18th century.
The Council felt this was too much and agreed that each was to have acres. He also amassed a significant collection of Blackfoot Indian artifacts; many of these are now part of the collections of the Science Museum of Minnesota.Van Cortlandt Papers: () 1, items, including correspondence, indentures, rent rolls, wills, account books, receipts, and cookbooks of members of this prominent New York family, emphasizing the careers of Pierre Van Cortlandt () and his sons, Philip () and Pierre, Jr.
(). 1 – The names of the enslaved listed under Van Cherreck are nearly identical to part of the Van Cortlandt list suggesting that Van Cherreck may have been the aforementioned overseer. 2 – Letter Book of Jacobus Van Cortlandt, New York Historical Society MSS.
June 6, Letter to Mr. Witt. 3 – New York (Colony), Charles Zebina Lincoln. Vol. 1, No. 4, Winter, Published by: Van Cortlandt Family Papers, Vol. III: Correspondence of the Van Cortlandt Family of Cortlandt Manor, by Pierre Van Cortlandt, Philip Van Cortlandt, Pierre Van Cortlandt, Jr., Jacob Judd (pp.
Stephanus van Cortlandt (May 7, – November 25, ) was the first native-born mayor of New York City, a position which he held from to and from to He was the patroon of Van Cortlandt Manor and was on the governor's executive council from to Born: May 7,New Amsterdam, New.
Manuscript/Mixed Material Alexander Hamilton Papers: Legal File, ; Belknap v. Van Cortlandt Van Cortlandt Enlarge View 4 images in sequence. Brown, Ethan Allen, Ethan Allen Brown letters to Philip Van Cortlandt, Dec Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: referencedIn: Van Cortlandt family.
Van Cortlandt-Van Wyck family papers, Campbell University, Wiggins Memorial Library: referencedIn: Croton Historical Society (Croton-on.