Our Low Dutch heritage: tracing the western migration of the Van Voorhees family of New Netherland to New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana, and including the Low Dutch settlement of Conewago, the Low Dutch settlement of Kentucky and the genealogy of the Voreis family of Marshall County, Indiana 1600-1860
The book contains 43 maps, including an 11" X 17" color foldout of a 1645 map of Drenthe Province, Netherlands from the Blaeu Atlas, 18 illustrations, 34 photographs, 47 historical documents and 36 tables.
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