7 edition of The Swedish settlements on the Delaware, 1638-1664. Volume 2. found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Amandus Johnson.|
|Series||Americana Germanica ;|
|LC Classifications||F167 .J67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xx, 879 p.,  leaves of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||879|
|LC Control Number||11016548|
However, the concept of genealogical dictionaries is still popular, and some of the best recent ones are compiled with excellent scholarship, and a focus on immigrant groups. For his homestead Mortenson selected a spot on the north side of Darby Creek less than a mile above its confluence with the Delaware River. The historic site offers a look at two Quaker farmhouses which housed officers during the battle, as well as exhibits and dioramas in a visitors center see "A Commonwealth Treasure: Brandywine Battlefield Park" by Nancy V. Johnson served as instructor and later assistant professor of Scandinavian Languages in the University of Pennsylvania Germanics Department from to
No military genius like his predecessor, Rising made a strategic error, capturing Fort Casimir, which he renamed Fort Trinity, and incurring the wrath of Peter Stuyvesant. The other notebooks generally cover several subjects. Their translations are chronologically arranged. To reduce the confusion that this arrangement may cause, a list of these correspondence files and their locations in the collection has been incorporated into the correspondence series box list. Search the Internet for repositories in the states your ancestor lived. Correspondence beginning in the late s is arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
Stuyvesant erected a Dutch fort farther inland on the Schuylkill, Fort Beversreede-"beaver road"-intended to be the first point of contact with the Minqua traders. Nonetheless, on Saturday, October 8,the building was formally dedicated as the John Morton Birthplace. Correspondence with several museum trustees, researchers, and other close associates had been separated from the general correspondence; it is grouped with other record series. While previous researchers will not always have identified the home town of the immigrant, they may have. Correspondence from the Society of Arts and Letters,is the only indication in the collection that Johnson was active in a non-Swedish-American organization. Locate one of the sources provided in this lesson.
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They held a conclave in Minuit's cabin on the Kalmar Nyckel, and he persuaded them to sign deeds which he had prepared to The Swedish settlements on the Delaware any issue with the Dutch.
They include speeches, articles, press releases, correspondence, and fundraising records. The quality of image resolution varies, often within the same set of documents. An imposing man of four hundred pounds-and nicknamed "the big tub" by the Native Americans-Printz immediately went to work and turned the settlement into a profitable venture.
Interestingly, the New Sweden Company selected a Dutchman, Peter Minuit -immortalized for the purchase of Manhattan Island for New Netherlands in to oversee the new colony.
Williams, and Barbara E. We are proud to think that their virtue and valor were brought down to their descendants and thus helped in the formation of those traits which we admire in the American people of 1638-1664.
Volume 2. book present day. The fort was rebuilt entirely in Arnold Barton has suggested that the greatest significance of New Sweden was the strong and lasting interest in America that the colony generated in Sweden,  although major Swedish immigration did not occur until the late 19th century.
Historians cannot provide hard evidence but offer several theories. In the early twentieth century, the cabin at Morton Homestead fell into disrepair. Correspondence with several museum trustees, researchers, and other close associates had been separated from the general correspondence; it is grouped with other record series.
Sprinkled throughout these early pages and dominating the balance of the page volume, however, are lengthy lists--many arranged on a year-by-year basis--of births, marriages, and deaths. Although Delaware was given to William Penn inthis religiously diverse colony was eventually granted its own assembly in The photostats and photographs of documents from European archives are the Swedish, German, French, and English originals from which many of the transcriptions and the translations were made.
A paper slip in each volume briefly lists the subjects to be found inside. John Morton was an attractive subject for adulation. This can be equally true of Landscapes. The defendant was convicted and expelled from the colony, only to be granted refuge at Crane Hook by Gov.
In the fourth time period, ending inthe center unit was built and all three of its rooms painted. During the s and s, Johnson's research and translation interests focused in two publications to be issued over the Swedish Colonial Society's imprint.
These files are arranged alphabetically. Amandus Johnson Endowment Fund which provides yearly scholarships to students of Scandinavian studies at the University of Pennsylvania.
In this work, McCracken took some twenty or more versions of the passenger list for this early Pennsylvania-bound ship and carefully analyzed the names in contemporary sources to determine who really were among the first settlers.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania purchased the property in He decided not to publish the other projected volumes of the History of the Swedes in America,although he published several shorter pamphlets and translations. The Subject Files, which are arranged alphabetically, include articles by Johnson and others, clippings, and some miscellaneous material.
John Morton in Contemporary Records. Correspondence with influential trustees and friends of the museum is separately foldered by individual name. The dedication was attended by U. Built with planked Atlantic white cedar logs, the 12'8" by 19'2" dwelling featured a stone cooking fireplace.
1638-1664. Volume 2. book He also collected biographical information 1638-1664. Volume 2. book his successful Swedish-American contemporaries, at first for a film project, and later with the Swedish Museum's collections in mind.
The third period is not clearly defined. Jan Cornelius, a joint owner of the Morton property, had indeed petitioned the Court at Upland in to build a structure to house his son, who had "turned quyt madd.Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig has after years of investigations compiled a list of early colonists in New Sweden.
The list replaces the one published by Amandus Johnson in his classic book Swedish Settlements on the Delaware River from Below is a list of settlers mentioned in the article. Jun 24, · Swedes--Delaware--History. New Sweden--History. Delaware River Valley (N.Y.-Del.
and N.J.)--History. Publisher Philadelphia: Swedish Colonial Society Collection rutgersuniversitylibraries; americana Digitizing sponsor Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation Contributor Rutgers University Libraries Language English Volume 2.
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For example, Amandus Johnson includes a lengthy appendix in volume two of The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware, (, reprint.Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig has after years of investigations compiled a list of early colonists in New Sweden.
The list replaces the one published by Amandus Johnson in his classic book Swedish Settlements on the Delaware River from Below is a list of settlers mentioned in the article.Amandus Johnson (October 27, – June 30, ) ebook an American historian, author and founding curator ebook the American Swedish Historical galisend.com is most associated with his epic two volume history The Swedish Settlements on the Delawarewhich was also published in Swedish as Den första svenska kolonien i Amerika ().