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The old Stadt Huys of New Amsterdam

a paper read before the New York Historical Society, June 15th, 1875

by Gerard, James W.

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Published by F.B. Patterson in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (N.Y.),
  • New York (State),
  • New York.
    • Subjects:
    • Stadt Huys (New York, N.Y.),
    • Dutch -- New York (State) -- New York,
    • New York (N.Y.) -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James W. Gerard.
      ContributionsNew-York Historical Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF128.4 .G35
      The Physical Object
      Pagination59 p. ;
      Number of Pages59
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6906503M
      LC Control Number01014791
      OCLC/WorldCa5514061

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        This was the Stadt Huys, which ended up as New Amsterdam’s town hallbut was built as a tavern. (At its height, the compact settlement boasted 17 drinking establishments.).   The Bowery Boys: New York City Hall and City Hall Park _____ I’ll Drink To That: Stadt Huys, New Amsterdam’s town hall, was a multi-purpose stone building housing an inn, a tap room on the first floor and the workings of city government on the second floor. The building was the government center even when the British arrived and would only.


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Tour of The Remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam New York City’s present City Hall was constructed betweenwhile its predecessor was completed in Prior to that came Stadt Huys.

Gerard, James W, and New-York Historical Society. The old Stadt Huys of New Amsterdam: a paper read before the New York Historical Society, June 15th. New York: F.B. Patterson, Web. The Stadt Huys (an old Dutch spelling, meaning city hall) was the very first city hall in New York City built in 17th-century during Dutch settlement (New Amsterdam).It stopped function in due to safety.

It is located at the 71 Pearl Street today. The Stadt Huys block archaeology project was the first large scale archaeological excavation in New York City in At the time it was. The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Picture Collection, The New York Public Library.

"The Old Stadt Huys of New Amsterdam." New York Public Library Digital Collections. **REPRINT** Gerard, James W. (James Watson), The old Stadt Huys of New Amsterdam A paper read before the New York historical society, June 15th, by James W.

Gerard. New York. F.B. Patterson, **REPRINT** [Gerard. James W. (James Watson). ***NOTE: THIS IS A PRINT ON DEMAND VERSION FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK***] on *FREE* shipping. Get this from a library. The old Stadt Huys of New Amsterdam: a paper read before the New York Historical Society, June 15th, [James W Gerard; New-York Historical Society.].

The Stadt Huys dates fromfrom when New York was Dutch-owned and called New Amsterdam. A few steps away are the remnants of the old Lovelace Tavern, dating from The old Stadt Huys of New Amsterdam: a paper read before the New York Historical Society, June 15th, by James W.

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We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them. The old Stadt Huys of New Amsterdam. A paper read before the New York Historical Society, June l5th, l by Gerard, James W.

(James Watson), ; New-York Historical Society. It was on that site, inthat Governor Willem Kieft erected the Stadt Herberg, or “City Tavern.”A substantial structure, it rose five stories tall—the skyscraper of mid th century New Amsterdam.

As much a community center as tavern and inn, its entrance faced Fort Amsterdam, the administrative headquarters for the Dutch. Old Stadt Huys, New Amsterdam New York's first city hall. Site now intersection of Coenties Alley and Stone Street. New York, NY, USA, circa Old Stadt Huys, New Amsterdam New York's first city hall.

Site now intersection of Coenties Alley and Stone Street. New York, NY, USA, circa Reisgids Historische reisgids Nederlands New York This new book by Heleen Westerhuijs gives you the full guide and background about Dutch influences in New York.

I have not read it yet but I am 73 pins. Nov 6, - Explore sadiluma01's board "nieuw amsterdam" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Nyc history, New amsterdam, History pins. Albany's original city hall, the Stadt Huys (/ ˈ s t æ t ˈ h aɪ s /; Dutch for "city hall"; sometimes written Stadt Huis) may have been built as early as Evidence from the journals of Wouter van Twiller, Director of New Netherland (–), suggests that at least some type of punitory building was built on the site during his term in office.

George Howell and Jonathan Tenney, in Architect: Henry Hobson Richardson. During the excavation process, archaeologists hoped to uncover Stadt Huys, the first city hall of New York. What the team came across instead was the next best thing: the foundation walls and.

Old Stadt Huys of New Amsterdam Next to the secretary sits the Gerechts Boode, or court messenger. Pieter Schaffbauck, the jailer, is busy assigning seats to the many visitors, and looks after a prisoner he has brought in from the gaol.

The old Stadt Huys of New Amsterdam: a paper read before the New York Historical Also available in digital form. Contributor: Gerard, James W. (James Watson) - New-York Historical Society. Of course, even in its early days, New York City was a place where progress was often cited as a reason for development.

Stadt Huys served as City Hall untilwhen Lovelace Tavern, which stood next door, assumed the honor. Lovelace Tavern was constructed in by New York's second English governor, Francis Lovelace.

The English had. The Old World Under the New. By as a search for the old Stadt Huys, built as a tavern by the Dutch in and later used as the first city hall of. New Amsterdam. Fifteen streets or so, depending on how you count them: that was the capital of the Dutch colony of New Netherland.

At its southern end, Manhattan Island tapered to a smoothed point, rather like a sock, with the toes sticking out toward the harbor.

New Amsterdam city hall, once one of Manhattan’s very first taverns. McSorley’s Ale House certainly deserves to throw that Old in its title, happily swilling the devil’s juice for it’s positively a youngster compared to evidence of Manhattan’s first two taverns, opened in the days when New York was just barely even New Amsterdam.Nieuw Nederland) was the territory claimed by the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands on the eastern coast of North America in the 17th century.

Nederlands: Nieuw Nederland was een gebied gelegen op de Amerikaanse Oostkust bezet door de Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden in de 17e eeuw.New Amsterdam (Dutch: Nieuw Amsterdam, pronounced [ˌniʋɑmstərˈdɑm] or [ˌniuʔɑms-]) was a 17th-century Dutch settlement established at the southern tip of Manhattan Island that served as the seat of the colonial government in New factorij became a settlement outside Fort fort was situated on the strategic southern tip of the island of Manhattan and was.