|Statement||by Frederic Kidder.|
|LC Classifications||F167 .K46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||01021517|
THE SWEDES ON THE DELAWARE AMAN DUS JOHNSON, PH. D. THE SWEDES ON THE some particulars it is a new book. It is popular only in so far that foot notes and and they were daily with the Swedes bargaining. The way to their country was bad and stony, full of sharp granite rocks among morasses, hilly and at some Early Swedes on the Delaware. The Swedes were the first white men to settle in the area of SE Pa, beginning in , with an expedition to the Schuylkill River. From then, till , Sweden equipped 13 passenger ships, with the destination of the South Delaware THE CENSUS OF THE SWEDES ON THE DELAWARE Family Histories of the Swedish Lutheran Church Members Residing in Pennsylvania, Delaware, West New Jersey & Cecil County, Md. PETER STEBBINS CRAIG, J.D. Fellow, American Society of Genealogists Cartography by Sheila Waters Foreword by C. A. Weslager New Sweden rose to its greatest heights during the governorship of Johan Printz (). He extended settlement northward from Fort Christina along both sides of the Delaware River and improved the colony's military and commercial prospects by building Fort Elfsborg, near present-day Salem on the New Jersey side of the river, to seal the Delaware against English and Dutch
New Sweden colony in America, , genealogy and family history research. Swedish American settlers brought the Lutheran Church and the log cabin to early Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey including Swedes, Finns, and Germans in competition with New Netherland, and New England. This article has the best documented list of place names for settlements in the New Sweden colony New Sweden (Swedish: Nya Sverige; Finnish: Uusi Ruotsi; Latin: Nova Svecia) was a Swedish colony along the lower reaches of the Delaware River in America from to , established during the Thirty Years' War when Sweden was a great military power. New Sweden was part of Swedish colonization efforts in the ments were established on both sides of the Delaware The Swedes' church and house of Sven Sener by Hohn Fanning Watson - () - 22 pages. The Swedes in America, Volume 1, by Amandus Johnson - () - pages. The Swedes on the Delaware and their intercourse with New England by Frederic Kidder - () - 34 pages ENGLAND, Holland and Sweden each bore a part in the discovery and colonization of New Jersey, and their claims so overlapped each other that bloodshed and diplomatic complications marked the progress of events from the first attempt at settlement within the province, in , until its final conquest by the English, in The forty years /history/history-of-camden-county-nj/early-colonial-history.
THE SWEDES AND DUTCH IN NEW JERSEY AND DELAWARE () BY ISRAEL ACRELIUS 1. After that the magnanimous Genoese Christopher Columbus, had, at the expense of Ferdinand, King of Spain, in the year , discovered the Western hemisphere, and the illustrious Florentine, Americus Vespucius, sent out by King Emanuel of Portugal, in the year , to make a further exploration of its coasts, The Swedes and Finns, yielding generally to the condition of things around them, and avoiding as much as possible any quarrels between the Dutch and English, soon made a settlement on the eastern or New Jersey side of the Delaware river; most of In his History of the New Netherlands, already cited, Adrian van der Donck like-wise relates how protest was made against the building of Fort Christina; but there, also, he gives evidence of the weakness of the Hollanders in the river, on the first arrival of the Swedes, and that their strength consisted almost entirely in great sailed up the Delaware River and found the _____ River in 2. Settled along these two rivers In , Dutch won New Sweden and let the Swedes stay on their. because only students who belonged to the Church of England could. attend. He went to _____ many times. Web view.