A Van Tuyl Chronicle: 650 Years in the History of a Dutch-American Family

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Rory Van Tuyl, 1996 - Dutch Americans - 704 pages
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Contents

The Cavalryman 1858 1865
271
Hard Times On The River 1840 1914
293
Tales of the Times 1865 1913
313
Oklahoma Oil 1912 1941
335
The Age of Air Power 1941 1985
357
War Comes to GamerenAgain 1930 1945
377
Flowers Potatoes and Books 1945 1995
395
Cousins on Two Continents
413

Farmers Soldiers and Boatmen 1700 1770
139
Patriots and Loyalists 1765 1783
159
The Family Recovers 1672 1796
183
New York Merchants 1789 1879
201
Moving West 1799 1828
215
West to Ohio 1800 1860
245
Nederlandse Samenvatting
434
Van Tuyl Properties Along the Burgersteeg of Gameren
451
Governing Gameren In Feudal Times And After the Protestant Reformation
455
The Early Van Tuyls of Gelre
459
Bibliography
461
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Page 133 - OUT of the depths have I cried unto thee, O Lord. Lord, hear my voice: let thine ears be attentive to the voice of my supplications.
Page 213 - History of New York, from the beginning of the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty.
Page 75 - Staple of sects and mint of schism grew ; That bank of conscience, where not one so strange Opinion but finds credit and exchange. In vain for Catholics ourselves we bear ; The Universal Church is only there.
Page 100 - Women especially ; Singing Quakers, Ranting Quakers, Sabbatarians ; Antisabbatarians ; Some Anabaptists some Independents ; some Jews ; in short of all sorts of opinions there are some, and the most part of none at all...
Page 288 - I was afraid, every morning, that I would awake from my sleep to hear that Lee had gone, and that nothing was left but a picket line.
Page 133 - War call'd the Castle Del Key of 130 Tons, 18 Guns, Capt. Otto Van Tyle Commander, Sailed from Jackques Bay (about 10 Miles from hence) and in going down towards...
Page 115 - Collins, behind him, who had his Arm broke when he was taken by the Dutchman. Having made his Escape from a rigid, revengeful Master, he got to a black Prince, named Rebaiharang, with whom he lived half a Year ; he from hence went and kept Company with one John Pro, another Dutchman, who had a small Settlement on Shore, till the Arrival of the Men of War, commanded by Commadore Richards, who took both Pro and his Guest Williams, put...
Page 115 - Havock made in his Plantations by the Crew of the Prosperous; he was here in the Condition of a Slave six Months, at the Expiration of which Time, he had an Opportunity (and embraced it) to run away, leaving his Consort, Tho. Collins, behind him, who had his Arm broke when he was taken by the Dutchman. Having made his Escape from a rigid, revengeful Master, he got to a black Prince, named Rebaiharang, with whom he lived half a Year ; he from hence went and kept Company with one John...
Page 203 - With ruffles stamped, and aprons of tambour, Tippets and handkerchiefs, at least three score; With finest muslins that fair India boasts, And the choice herbage from Chinesan coasts; (But while the fragrant hyson leaf regales, Who'll wear the homespun produce of the vales?
Page 133 - Shrowds the Sea beating over them : And on Fryday Morning the Wind abating, a Boat went on board and found but 4 of the men alive; the Captain and all the rest being Froze and Drowned, there was 145 men on board when She Sailed, who all perished but 13, and 132 dyed in this deplorable manner.

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