Mapping Early New York and Long Island: A Demonstration

Wednesday, June 01 at 06:00pm EDT
Online
Presented By Toya Dubin
Sponsored by the New Amsterdam History Center, New Netherland Institute, and the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society

Explore 17th Century New Netherland with New Amsterdam History Center (NAHC) Trustee Toya Dubin.

On this lively journey back in time, you’ll meet Native American Chief Wampage II and his daughter Anna Pell, enslaved Africans Manuel de Gerrit de Reus and Dorothy Creole, Jewish resident Asser Levy, Anthony van Sallée, aka “The Turk”, and women’s advocate Catalina Trico.

Learn how New Netherlanders lived, where they worked, whom they married and even what they drank. This diverse population spoke 18 dialects or languages and laid the foundations for today’s New York.

Using sliding time maps and innovative research methods, NAHC is about to reveal aspects of Long Island’s past. Attend this program for a walk down Stone Street and a sneak preview of NAHC's Long Island expansion.

This program is jointly sponsored by the New Netherland Institute, New Amsterdam History Center, and the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society.

This program is free and open to the public. Click here to sign up.

About the Presenter:

Toya Dubin helped to launch and directs NAHC’s Mapping Early New York, a detailed encyclopedia of Dutch Colonial history linked to the Castello Plan of 1660 and other early maps of New Netherland .

Ms. Dubin is President of Hudson Archival, which digitized the Dutch Documents Collection at the New York State Archives. She lives in the Hudson Valley surrounded by Dutch history.

Don't miss part one of this series, Navigating the “Voyages of New Netherland” Database​ on Wednesday, May 4. Julie van den Hout of the New Netherland Institute will explain how to navigate the "Voyages of New Netherlands" database.