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The Leisler Papers, 1689-1691

Files of the Provincial Secretary of New York Relating to the Administration of Lieutenant-Governor Jacob Leisler (The New York Historical Manuscripts Series)

by Peter R. Christoph

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Published by Syracuse University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: c 1500 to c 1800,
  • Local history,
  • U.S. History - Colonial Period (1607-1775),
  • New York (State),
  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • History - U.S.,
  • To 1775,
  • History: American,
  • USA,
  • Politics and government,
  • Reference,
  • United States - Colonial Period,
  • Leisler, Jacob,
  • History,
  • Archives,
  • Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775,
  • Lieutenant governors,
  • Sources

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages621
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8049391M
    ISBN 10081562820X
    ISBN 109780815628200

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Christoph. Hardcover $s | Add to cart. April Series: New York Historical Manuscripts. 6 x 9, pages. The only major published collections of Leisler’s papers appeared inwhen approximately Leisler documents for the years in the possession of the New York State Archives were printed in Volume II of the Documentary History of New-York.

Jacob Leisler Papers Project. The Jacob Leisler Papers Project contains over 4, document photocopies, original manuscripts, family genealogical materials, microfilms, rare books, prints, maps, and other visual materials written in Dutch, German, French, English, and Latin relating to New York merchant and rebel governor Jacob Leisler () and six generations of the Leisler family.

Jacob Leisler (ca. – ) was a German-born colonist in the Province of New York. He gained wealth in New Amsterdam (later New York City) in the fur trade and tobacco business. In what became known as Leisler's Rebellion following the English Revolution ofhe took control of the city, and ultimately the entire province, from appointees of deposed King James II, in the Born: ca.

Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Leisler, Jacob Papers relating to the administration of Leut. Gov. Leisler. by New York an account that the people of New England had seized upon Sir Edmond Andross by Jacob Leisler (Book) 1 edition published. The recent discovery of a peg from "Leisler's Half Moon" at the Luce Center of the New-York Historical Society, in conjunction with the work of Jaap Jacobs, Paul Huey, and Len Tantillo in New Netherland and early New York fortifications, highlighted the considerable work and funds that Jacob Leisler committed to rebuilding New York City's Fort James, rechristened Fort William, in Jacob Leisler ().

Merchant and militia officer. Source. Conventional Explanations. Jacob Leisler was a German merchant and militia soldier employed by the Dutch West India Company when he came to New York (then New Amsterdam) in His rebellion and subsequent seizure of New York ’ s government () is well known; what is less well known is why he did what he did.

Leisler's Rebellion was an uprising in lateth century colonial New York in which German American merchant and militia captain Jacob Leisler seized control of the colony's south and ruled it from to The uprising took place in the aftermath of Britain's Glorious Revolution and the Boston revolt in the Dominion of New England, which had included New on: Province of New York.

Among the tensions that eventually led to the American Revolution was the Leisler’s Rebellion. Leisler’s Rebellion (–) was a political revolution in New York that began with a sudden collapse of the royal government and ended with the trial and execution of Jacob Leisler, a leading New York merchant and militia officer, and his English lieutenant Jacob Milborne.

The Usurpation of Leisler. T HE overthrow of the Stuart dynasty, and the consequent sudden fall of Andros, brought about the collapse of the existing government in New YorkThere followed a period of turmoil and disorder, marked by a curious party fight and revolution, or rather attempted revolution, which in its various phases well.

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She and her husband head to Salt Lake City Utah to research Janie's elusive 4th. The Jacob Leisler Institute for the Study of Early New York History has announced the opening of its office at 46 Green Street in Hudson, New York, on November Jacob Leisler Institute is a study and research center devoted to colonial New York under English rule, as well as a permanent home to the Papers of Jacob Leisler Project.

The Institute is named for Jacob Leisler (–), whose ill-fated – administration of New York is the period’s focal point. Leisler’s administration colored the province’s political, economic, and cultural life until the outbreak of hostilities with Great Britain in the s.5/5(1).

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Part II, English (),reports date 13. The Leisler Papers, Files of the Provincial Secretary of New York Relating to the Administration of Lieutenant-Governor Jacob Leisler avg rating — 0 ratings — published. Jacob Leisler (ca. – ) was a German-born colonist in the Province of New York.

He gained wealth in New Amsterdam (later New York City) in the fur trade and tobacco business. In what became known as Leisler's Rebellion following the English Revolution ofhe took control of the city, and ultimately the entire province, from appointees of deposed King James II, in the.The Leisler Papers, Files of the Provincial Secretary of New York Relating to the Administration of Lieutenant-Governor Jacob Leisler (New York Historical Manuscripts) By: .He is mentioned in "Jacob Leisler Papers ", edited by Pieter R.

Christoph. One reference was to him having been commissioned Justice for the County of Westchester, and one with Richard having been charged with crimes after Leisler and Minthorne were .