Going Dutch : the Dutch presence in America, 1609-2009 /
Investigates the place of Dutch history and Dutch-derived culture in America over four centuries. This book considers how the Dutch fared in America, and explores how American conceptions of Dutchness developed.
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|Published:||Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2008.|
|Series:||Atlantic world (Leiden, Netherlands) ;
v. 15. |
|Online Access:||EBSCOhost - Click to view - Access for Lincoln College students, faculty, and staff only|
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Table of Contents:
- List of Illustrations; List of Contributors; Acknowledgements; Holland in America (Joyce D. Goodfriend, Benjamin Schmidt, and Annette Stott); PART I COLONIAL DUTCH INFLUENCES; Chapter One Dutch Art and the Hudson Valley Patroon Painters (Louisa Wood Ruby); Chapter Two Erasing the Dutch: The Critical Reception of Hudson Valley Dutch Architecture, 1670-1840 (Joseph Manca); PART II NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN INTERPRETERS OF DUTCHNESS; Chapter Three The Ghosting of the Hudson Valley Dutch (Judith Richardson). Chapter Four A Brahmin Goes Dutch: John Lothrop Motley and the Lessons of Dutch History in Nineteenth-Century Boston (Mark A. Peterson)PART III MIGRATION AND ASSIMILATION; Chapter Five "But tho we love old Holland still, we love Columbia more," the Formation of a Dutch-American Subculture in the United States, 1840-1920 (Hans Krabbendam); Chapter Six Churches Bigger Than Windmills: Religion and Dutchness in Minnesota, 1885-1928 (Robert Schoone-Jongen); Chapter Seven Windmills on the Plains: Vi.