Vol. 91, No. 3, Fall 2018 IN THIS ISSUE: Editor’s Corner Dutch Colonization’s Disruption of the Hudson Valley’s Native Landscapeby Jason R. Sellers The Delius Patent and Rock Regeoby Rudy VanVeghtenHere and There in New Netherland StudiesSociety ActivitiesIn Memoriam
The Annual Meeting and Dinner is fast approaching. Purchase your tickets at this link. The deadline to purchase tickets is March 28th.
We are moving from our current location at the end of the week. Please contact us via email during our transition as we transfer our phones.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from The Holland Society of New York! We hope you have a wonderful holiday season and thank you for your support during the past year. Our office will be closed for the holiday from December 24th until we reopen on January 2nd. Please email if you have any questions!
The Summer 2018 issue of de Halve Maen has just been sent to the printers. Read the table of contents below, and follow this link to access the full issue. In This Issue Editor’s Corner Dutch Colonial Fortifications in New Amsterdam and Vicinity, 1614–1676 by Jaap Jacobs Dutch Architecture in the New World: A proposal for a new typology of classification byContinue reading New Issue of de Halve Maen!
Historic Huguenot Street is hosting a special revival of Stone House Day, a formerly annual tradition, in partnership with the Town of New Paltz.Continue reading Old New Paltz Stone House Day
Happy Fourth of July from The Holland Society! We hope you are enjoying the day. The office will be closed until Monday, July 9th, in honor of the holiday. (Photo via The Economist.)
Recently, Member Bill Van Cleave and his wife, Patty, took a trip to the Netherlands to visit a former Dutch foreign exchange student. Read more about Bill’s trip below! Twenty years ago this year, we hosted Floris Kooistra at our home for a year as a Dutch foreign exchange student. Floris insisted that we visitContinue reading A Member's Trip to the Netherlands
The Winter 2017–2018 issue of de Halve Maen has just been published! As a reminder, the journal is now published digitally with an option to receive a printed copy by request. If you have already contacted the office about requesting a print copy for any issue of de Halve Maen, you will receive your copy as soon asContinue reading Just Published: de Halve Maen, Winter 2017–2018
de Halve Maen editor and Member David Voorhees was interviewed by Mat Tombers for WGXC on January 3rd, 2018. He discusses his role as Director and Editor of the Jacob Leisler Institute, located in Hudson, New York. Listen to his interview here!