Narratives of Early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey and Delaware, 1630-1707

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NARRATIVES OF EARLY PENNSYLVANIA, WEST NEW JERSEY, AND DELAWARE
EDITED BY ALBERT COOK MYERS
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FROM THE "KORTE HISTORIAEL ENDE JOURNAELS AENTEYCKENINGE," BY DAVID PIETERSZ. DE VRIES, 1630-1633, 1644 (1655)1
INTRODUCTION3
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
INTRODUCTION33
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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