de Halve Maen Magazine Available On-Line
Magazine of the Dutch Colonial Period in America
Since 1922, the Holland Society of New York has published the quarterly journal de Halve Maen. It serves as a vehicle for new research illuminating the Dutch contribution to American history, and includes essays on various aspects of New Netherland material culture, such as agriculture, architecture, silversmithing, and the decorative arts.
Online access to searchable PDFs of de Halve Maen back issues are now available!
The annual fee to search back issues from 1923 to 2002 is $10.00 for individuals and $45.00 for institutions.
Subscribers are able to search by keyword among the digital collection's entries and browse through these documents to discover their ancestral roots and gather information about economic activity, domestic architecture, artisans and trades and residential life during the New Netherland period. The financial assistance of the New Amsterdam History Center (NAHC) helped make the archived issues available online.
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