The Dutch frontier

This episode chronicles Dutch colonialism in Africa, Asia, the Pacific, the West Indies, North America and South America during the 17th century. It discusses Dutch rivalries across the world with England, France and Portugal, the founding of New Amsterdam in 1624, and the development of the colony....

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Corporate Authors: Ambrose Video Publishing., Cromwell Films.
Other Authors: Harper, Kate., Lowe, Lara., Lewis, Brenda Ralph., Carruthers, Bob., Russell, Gary.
Format: Electronic Video Video
Language:English
Published: New York, N.Y. : Ambrose Video Publishing, c2000.
Series:America : discovery to Revolution ; 4.
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Online Access:Available via Ambrose Video
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Summary:This episode chronicles Dutch colonialism in Africa, Asia, the Pacific, the West Indies, North America and South America during the 17th century. It discusses Dutch rivalries across the world with England, France and Portugal, the founding of New Amsterdam in 1624, and the development of the colony. The episode highlights the roles of Henry Hudson, Peter Minuet and Peter Stuyvesant in establishing Dutch involvement in North America.
Item Description:Series chronicles the role of European settlers leading up to the American Revolution.
Physical Description:Streaming video file (25 min.) : digital, sd., col.
Format:Mode of access: World Wide Web ; Flash streaming.
Production Credits:Executive producers, Bob Carruthers, Gary Russell ; producer, Lara Lowe ; writer, Brenda Ralph Lewis.
Access:Access restricted by licensing agreement.