4 edition of Calendar of the Sir William Johnson manuscripts in the New York State Library found in the catalog.
|Statement||compiled by Richard E. Day.|
|Series||Bulletin. History,, no. 8|
|Contributions||Day, Richard Edwin, 1852- comp., University of the State of New York.|
|LC Classifications||Z881.N61B H no. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||683|
|LC Control Number||10000200|
compiled by Charles Z. Lincoln et al and published by New York State in five volumes in Available Online. CLP - "Calendar of Land Papers" - or more formally Calendar of N. Y. Colonial Manuscripts: Indorsed Land Papers; in the office of the Secretary of State of New York, (Albany, ). A well-indexed listing of land-related. The Papers of Sir William Johnson, Volume 2 The Papers of Sir William Johnson, University of the State of New York. Division of Archives and History: Author: William Johnson: Contributor: University of the State of New York. Division of Archives and History: Publisher: University of the State of New York, Length: pages: Export.
He sailed to New York in the summer of to take a position as personal physician to his uncle Sir William Johnson*, superintendent of northern Indians. During the next three years he lived at Johnson Hall (Johnstown, N.Y.), attended conferences with the Indians, and watched over Sir William. The manuscripts of Sir William Johnson, Superin-tendent of Indian Affairs for the Northern Department, now preserved in the New York State Library, form a mine of historical information concerning the West, which has been almost unworked. The following letters from Edward Cole and others concerning Indian affairs.
Day, Richard E., ed. Calendar of Sir William Johnson Manuscripts in the New York State Library, Albany. Albany: State of New York, De Puy, Henry F. A Bibliography of the English Colonial Treaties With the Indians. New York: Lenox Club, Ford, Paul L. Franklin Bibliography: A List of Books Written by or Relating to Benjamin Franklin. Joeseph Brant (—) was a noted Mohawk chief whose Indian name was Thayendanegea. With close family ties to Sir William Johnson, superintendent of Indian affairs, military leader, and developer of white settlements in the Mohawk Valley of New York, Brant accompanied Johnson on his Crown Point expedition against the French in , was sent to school in Connecticut, and later became.
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Not available in stores. add to cart. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor. The 14 volume set that has been digitized is the most comprehensive source of printed transcripts from the original manuscripts.
Sir William Johnson and the Indians of New York: This booklet was published by the Office of State History, New York State Education Department, in The foreward notes that "There is a vast literature dealing. The newly released CD is a revised and expanded second edition of an earlier CD released in It includes the complete 14 volume set along with the “Calendar of the Sir William Johnson manuscripts in the New York State Library” compiled by Richard E.
Day in Richard Day, Calendar of Sir William Johnson Manuscripts in the New York State Library (University of the State of New York, Albany, ) p.letter from Daniel Campbell to Sir Wm. Johnson stating that Capt. Stevens is to dismantle the garrison at Fort Stanwix; p.Jletter from Hugh Wallace to Johnson.
"The claims of Col. John Bradstreet to lands in America. [Petition and argument setting forth the invalidity of the Hardenbergh patent in New York and petitioner's right toacres of land purchased from the Indians in ]": p.
 "Reprinted from the Proceedings of the American antiquarian society, April " Also available in digital form. Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library. "Letter to Sir William Johnson" New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed June 5, The map is in very good condition and is located in the New York State Secretary of State's Deeds Book (New York State Archives Collection AO).
N.W. parts of New York, no. A circa map with the words The Countery of the five Nations embossed upom it demonstrating the Settlements of the Mohawk Valley, Central New York (from.
Sir John Johnson, Second Baronet of New York, by John Mare, Albany (New York State, Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Sites, Johnson Hall State Historic Park, Photograph by Tim Donahue) William’s fair dealings with the Six Nations and his genuine admiration for their society led to his acceptance into the Mohawk tribe, and his.
Many mentions of Franz Ruppart in conjunction with potash industry in the Johnson track. Different lawsuits, problems with the pearlash, etc. Inthere is a mention of an accident to Rupert. George, Adam and John Rupart are also mentioned. Calendar of the Sir William Johnson manuscripts in the New York state library.
Published Van Rensselaer Bowier manuscripts, being the letters of Kiliaen Van Rensselaer,and other documents relating to the colony of Rensselaerswyck by New York State Library (Book) 9 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. The newly released CD is a revised and expanded second edition of an earlier CD released in It includes the complete 14 volume set along with the “Calendar of the Sir William Johnson manuscripts in the New York State Library” compiled by Richard E.
Day in The. It is my privilege to record the fact that this volume represents the fruits of some twenty- five years of work on Johnson manuscripts by a devoted servant of their custodian, the State of New York. Richard E.
Day began his work in colonial history shortly after joining the historical staff of the State in. Griffis’ chief sources of information have been the Johnson manuscripts, which have been carefully mounted, bound, and are preserved in the State Library at Albany. The printed book to which he used as a basis for details into Johnson’s life was Mr.
William Stone’s “Life and Times of Sir William Johnson.The editors utilized the archives of Pennsylvania and New York, the published papers of Sir William Johnson, George Clinton, and the Susquehannah Company, the unpublished Draper and Haldimand Manuscripts and many others.
A map of Cochecton/Cushetunk and a full 5/5(1).Calendar of the Sir William Johnson Manuscripts, comp. by Richard E. Day. DCBur. Burial Register of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York.
Manuscript copy in the possession of the N. Y. Gen. & Biog. Soc. DDC (Deaths, N. Y.) Record of Burials in the Dutch Church, New York.
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