NARRATIVES OF EARLY PENNSYLVANIA, WEST NEW JERSEY,
ALBERT COOK MYERS|
|FROM THE "KORTE HISTORIAEL ENDE JOURNAELS AENTEYCKENINGE," BY
DAVID PIETERSZ. DE VRIES, 1630-1633, 1644 (1655)1|
|De Vries becomes a Patroon of New Netherland7|
|The Patroons send the Swanendael Colony to South Bay8|
|De Vries's Voyage to America, 16329|
|In the West Indies10|
|Arrives in South Bay15|
|Indian Story of Ill-fated Swanendael16|
|Peace with the Indians there; Whaling17|
|De Vries sails up South River for Corn18|
|Sees Deserted Fort Nassau18|
|Beaver Trading with the River Indians19|
|Return to Swanendael for more Good21|
|Sails up the River a Second Time21|
|Meets the Inland Minquas Indians at Fort Nassau23|
|Report of Minquas Victories over River Indians24|
|Description of the River and. Bay25|
|Sails for Virginia26|
|De Vries's Second Voyage to South Bay, 164426|
|Sails up the River a Third Time; Swedish Fort Nya Elfsborg27|
|Fort Nya Göteborg; Hospitality of Governor Printz28|
|Sails to Virginia29|
|RELATION OF CAPTAIN THOMAS YONG, 163431|
|Yong's Quest for Northwest. Passage; to Delaware River37|
|Defeated River Indians in Hiding from Minquas38|
|The Minquas come aboard with Presents of Green Corn39|
|They promise Beaver Trade40|
|Yong takes Possession of the Country for the English41|
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Book title: Narratives of Early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey and Delaware, 1630-1707.
Contributors: Albert Cook Myers - Editor.
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1912.
Page number: vii.
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