The New Netherland Project
Sponsored by the New York State Library and the Holland
Society of New York, the New Netherland Project publishes Dutch colonial
documents, promotes scholarship on the early Dutch presence in North America
and offers Marcurius, a quarterly newsletter available in print and
online. The site also provides an informative virtual tour of New Netherland, a
bibliography of relevant books, an online bookstore, and an extensive list of
links to related sites.
The Holland Society of New York
The Web site of the Holland Society of New York, an
organization founded to collect information about the settlement and history of
New Netherland, provides information about the society, its activities and
publications, and links to related sites.
New Netherland Museum
Includes much information about the Half Moon, a
replica of the ship that Henry Hudson used to explore North America,
information about the history of New Netherland (in both English and Dutch),
and numerous links to related sites.
The People of Colonial Albany Live Here
The Web site of the Colonial Albany Social History Project,
sponsored by the New York State Museum, provides information about the people
of colonial Albany and their world and especially about the cityÍs Dutch
founders, with numerous illustrations and links to related sites.
The United States of America and the Netherlands
This site is part of an extensive ongoing online project
about American history sponsored by the University of Groningen in the
Netherlands. The text was written by Groningen professor George M.Welling, a
project supervisor, and deals with relations between the Netherlands and the
United States from the voyages of Henry Hudson up to the present.
Long Island Our Story
Sponsored by the New York newspaper Newsday,
the site explores Long IslandÍs history from the earliest times to the present
through text, images, maps, and audio reports and contains sections on Dutch
settlement in the first half of the seventeenth century.