Honor Where Honor is Due

In mid- September this year, the historical pamphlet “Honor Where Honor is Due” will appear, which presents a new vision of the establishment of New Netherland, New York, and the unique Dutch-American relationship. “Honor Where Honor is Due” is the first part of a two-part series that focuses on the years 1609-1614 when free Dutch maritime and merchants laid the foundation for the settlements that would eventually become the city and state of New York.
In addition, the pamphlet examines Henry Hudson’s famous 1609 journey to the east coast of the new world in his Dutch supported ship, the Half Moon. Part two explores the period from 1615 to 1624.


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