The Dutch American Group is an affiliation of individuals, institutes, societies and other organizations that have an interest in or do research, educate, or preserve source materials pertaining to the history and role of the Dutch in America.
Often, we recognize that one organization doesn't know what the other is doing: conflicting dates occur; new information is disseminated unevenly; existence of programs and holdings are only known locally; unneeded duplication of resources and events occurs; assistance is unreachable or unknown; etc. In other words, where weaknesses occur, there could be strength in unity or Eendracht maakt macht. In addition to our information list, DAGNN-L we also have a DAG Facebook page to which you can post events, requests, current research projects, etc.
DAG organizational members will meet periodically online or via conference call to exchange information and air problems. Every two years, a face-to-face meeting at a central location may be held at which a speaker or speakers could address DAG on a topic of mutual concern or interest. Results of these meetings will go out to the constituent members via their own newsletters, mailings, or posted online as a video or document.
This is an exciting venture that will strengthen all of us as we work together in stimulating cooperation, interest in, and research about the Dutch in America and its legacy.
The DAG Steering Committee includes
Michael Vande Woude, New Netherland Institute Trustee; Charles Gehring, Director, New Netherland Research Center; Dirk Mouw, Historian; Marilyn Douglas, New Netherland Institute,President.
If your historical society, institute, or organization would like to become a member of DAG please subscribe: https://crm.newnetherlandinstitute.org/dag-sign-up/ Please indicate the organization that you represent (if applicable).
A Tour of New Netherland
Wander a lost world stretching from Connecticut to Delaware
Kiliaen van Rensselaer
A biography by Janny Venema
Peter Douglas's Totidem Verbis
Dutch people, places, miscellany
Records of the administration of Curaçao, 1640–1665
What Was New Netherland?
An introduction to the people and places of Dutch North America
For over three decades, NNI has helped cast light on America's Dutch roots. In 2010, it partnered with the New York State Office of Cultural Education to establish the New Netherland Research Center, with matching funds from the State of the Netherlands. NNI is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. More
Housed in the New York State Library, the NNRC offers students, educators, scholars and researchers a vast collection of early documents and reference works on America's Dutch era. More
By supporting NNI you help increase awareness of the 17th century Dutch colony of New Netherland and its legacy in America.