Hook” is in many place names. We have Red Hook



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CORLEAR’S HOOK CHRONOLOGY



 1609

1609 - The work “hook” is in many place names. We have Red Hook, Sandy Hook, Corlear's Hook, Howland Hook, and Jeffrey's Hook. “Kinder” mean “children” in Dutch. When the explorer Henry Hudson sailed up the river in 1609 he saw Indian children playing on a sand bar ...Kinderhook is the name of a town and a creek. The work “hook” is in many place names. We have Red Hook, Sandy Hook, Corlear's Hook, Howland Hook, and Jeffrey's Hook. “Kinder” mean “children” in Dutch. When the explorer Henry Hudson sailed up the river in 1609 he saw Indian children playing on a sand bar (or hook) and called it “Kinderhook”.




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  1.  1624

    1624 - The island was not a place of permanent abode of the Indians, but was only occupied during certain seasons. It was sold to Minuet, the first director-general of the Holland government, in 1624, and was then estimated to contain about twenty-two thousand acres. The ...At or beyond Warpoes the paths again forked, one leading to Sappokanikan on the Hudson, and the other to Naghtognk or Corlear's hook. The island was not a place of permanent abode of the Indians, but was only occupied during certain seasons. It was sold to Minuet, the first director-general of the Holland government, in 1624, and was then estimated to contain about twenty-two thousand acres. The price paid to the Indians was sixty guilders, or about twenty-four dollars..




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  2.  1633

    Jun 8, 1633 - and on 8 June, 1633. landed with a company of soldiers at what is now Dutch Point, Hartford, and erected a trading-factory, called the House of Hope. Hans JanseEencluys, being in charge of the artillery, forbore to fire on the Englishman, William Holmes, while ...and on 8 June, 1633. landed with a company of soldiers at what is now Dutch Point, Hartford, and erected a trading-factory, called the House of Hope. Hans JanseEencluys, being in charge of the artillery, forbore to fire on the Englishman, William Holmes, while sailing past the fort to make a settlement at Windsor, and the Dutch finally evacuated the Connecticut valley. Van Curler was the first school-master in New York city, and his farm was on the point of land near the foot ...




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  3.  1636

    1636 - In 1636, William Adrianse Bennet and Jacques Bentyn purchased a tract of land at Gowanus ; and in the following year, George de Rapalie bought the farm that long remained in the possession of his descendants, on a bay opposite to Corlear's Hook, which became ...The scanty records of these ancient times, however, afford us no more definite information on the subject. In 1636, William Adrianse Bennet and Jacques Bentyn purchased a tract of land at Gowanus ; and in the following year, George de Rapalie bought the farm that long remained in the possession of his descendants, on a bay opposite to Corlear's Hook, which became known as the Waal-bocht, or Wallabout. Both of these localities are now within the limits of the city of Brooklyn.




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  4.  1639

    1639 - _d in 1639 or because the map maker was not up to date iri his information. On this map Van Corlear still appears in his Manhattan stronghold known as Corlear's Hook. There are, however, several other farms, indicated with names, in Brooklyn, in the Red Hook ..._d in 1639 or because the map maker was not up to date iri his information. On this map Van Corlear still appears in his Manhattan stronghold known as Corlear's Hook. There are, however, several other farms, indicated with names, in Brooklyn, in the Red Hook, Wallabout and Flatlands sections. Red Hook itself was, incidentally, a plantation belonging to Governor Van Twiller, land grabber extraordinary.




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  5.  1640

    1640 - David Pietrcz De Vrut in his Reyze naer Nieuw-Nederlandt onder het year 1640," makes mention of one Corlear, a trumpeter in Fort Amsterdam, who gave name to Corlear's Hook, and who was doubtless this same champion, described by Mr. Knickerbocker.
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    1640 - He was among those who had attacked the Raritan village in 1640 seeking the contribution. There he had used a piece of splintered wood to mutilate the genitals of the village leader's brother. He was also present at Corlear's Hook.40 He was from the town of ...Eighteen months later, Covert Lookermans is reported as owning extensive lands of the Raritans. He was among those who had attacked the Raritan village in 1640 seeking the contribution. There he had used a piece of splintered wood to mutilate the genitals of the village leader's brother. He was also present at Corlear's Hook.40 He was from the town of Turnhout in Brabant, a north-south Netherlands border province of continuous and extreme violence.




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  7.  1643

    1643 - Corlear's Hook. — This point of land, be- low Grand Street and opposite the Navy Yard, has been called Corlear's Hook since Stuyve- sant granted the property to one sturdy Van Corlear, for faithful services rendered. In 1643 ^ number of Indians having encamped ...Corlear's Hook. — This point of land, be- low Grand Street and opposite the Navy Yard, has been called Corlear's Hook since Stuyve- sant granted the property to one sturdy Van Corlear, for faithful services rendered. In 1643 ^ number of Indians having encamped at this place, awakened the fear of the white settlers, who surprised the red men at mid- 'H THE FIRST FERRY FROM NEW YORK TO LONG ISLAND. night, killing over thirty and inflicting atro- cious ...




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    1643 - Originally spared in the reprisals for the attacks at Pavonia and Corlears Hook that began Kieft's War in 1643, the residents were ordered back to the relative safety of Fort Amsterdam and replaced by a regiment of soldiers with cannons. Perceived as an act of war ...Originally spared in the reprisals for the attacks at Pavonia and Corlears Hook that began Kieft's War in 1643, the residents were ordered back to the relative safety of Fort Amsterdam and replaced by a regiment of soldiers with cannons. Perceived as an act of war by the Hackensack it was later plundered and destroyed. The Achter Col Colony was not replaced [2 ...




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    Feb 1643 - In February, 1643, eighty savages were surprised and massacred at Pavonia, and forty or fifty more -were murdered in their sleep at Corlears Hook. And as if to begin the war by making as many enemies as possible, the friendly Marechkawiecks of Long Island were ...In February, 1643, eighty savages were surprised and massacred at Pavonia, and forty or fifty more -were murdered in their sleep at Corlears Hook. And as if to begin the war by making as many enemies as possible, the friendly Marechkawiecks of Long Island were attacked by a foraging expedition, and robbed of their corn. Warfare of this sort, to be effective, should be done with Cromwellian thoroughness, as the men of New England had exterminated the whole tribe of Pequods in one ...




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    Feb 1643 - At the middle of a cold night late in February, 1643, Sergeant Rudolf and his men fell upon the defenceless Tappans at Hoboken, who were sleeping in fancied security. At the same time Sergeant Adriaensen smote the Weckquaesgeeks, who had taken refuge with the ...In that order he impiously said the work had been undertaken "in the full confidence that God will crown our resolutions with success." At the middle of a cold night late in February, 1643, Sergeant Rudolf and his men fell upon the defenceless Tappans at Hoboken, who were sleeping in fancied security. At the same time Sergeant Adriaensen smote the Weckquaesgeeks, who had taken refuge with the Dutch on Manhattan at Corlear's Hook, now the foot of Grand Street He killed forty of ...




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    Feb 1643 - At the middle of a cold night late in February, 1643, Sergeant Rudolf and his men fell upon tlie defenceless Tappans at Iloboken, who were sleeping in fancied security. At the same time Sergeant Adriaensen smote tho Weckcpiaesgeeks, who had taken refuge with the ...In that order he impiously said the M'ork had been undertaken " in the full confidence that God will crown our resolutions with success." At the middle of a cold night late in February, 1643, Sergeant Rudolf and his men fell upon tlie defenceless Tappans at Iloboken, who were sleeping in fancied security. At the same time Sergeant Adriaensen smote tho Weckcpiaesgeeks, who had taken refuge with the Dutch on Manhattan at Corlear's Hook, now the foot of Grand Street He killed ...




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    Feb 8, 1643 - Because Willem Kieft was not happy with the reply of the council of twelve, he disassembled the council on February 8, 1643. Kieft then ordered the Dutch West India Company soldiers to attack nearby Indian encampments at Pavonia and Corlears Hook. Escalating ...Because Willem Kieft was not happy with the reply of the council of twelve, he disassembled the council on February 8, 1643. Kieft then ordered the Dutch West India Company soldiers to attack nearby Indian encampments at Pavonia and Corlears Hook. Escalating attacks and retaliations by the Indians and the Dutch West India Company soldiers during the next two years became known as Kieft's War and led to a near devastation of the New Netherland settlements on Staten Island ...




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    Feb 23, 1643 - In what has become known as the Pavonia Massacre, he ordered a surprise attack to be made on the night of February 23rd, 1643. Maryn Andriansen was sent with a group of militia to Corlear's Hook, while Sergeant Rodolf and his soldiers from Fort Amsterdam were ...Ignoring the advice of his council, Kieft decided to exterminate the Wecquaesgeek and set an example to the other "wilden" (wild men) in the vicinity. In what has become known as the Pavonia Massacre, he ordered a surprise attack to be made on the night of February 23rd, 1643. Maryn Andriansen was sent with a group of militia to Corlear's Hook, while Sergeant Rodolf and his soldiers from Fort Amsterdam were to attack the village at Pavonia. Kieft's orders were to kill all of ...




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    Feb 25, 1643 - Kieft ordered they be attacked on February 25, 1643. The initial strike was a slaughter: 129 Dutch soldiers killed approximately 120 people (including women and children): eighty at Pavonia and thirty at Corlear's Hook (Lower East Side).At first they fled to New Amsterdam, but after 14 days, fearing their for their safety they scattered themselves among the Hackensack and Tappan at Communipaw and to Corlears Hook. Kieft ordered they be attacked on February 25, 1643. The initial strike was a slaughter: 129 Dutch soldiers killed approximately 120 people (including women and children): eighty at Pavonia and thirty at Corlear's Hook (Lower East Side).




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    Feb 25, 1643 - At midnight, February 25th, 1643, Sergeant Rodolf suddenly appeared with a band of soldiers amid the lodges at Pavonia. The flashes and reports of guns, the yelping of warriors, the shrieks of women and children, and the glare of burning lodges made an Inferno of ...At midnight, February 25th, 1643, Sergeant Rodolf suddenly appeared with a band of soldiers amid the lodges at Pavonia. The flashes and reports of guns, the yelping of warriors, the shrieks of women and children, and the glare of burning lodges made an Inferno of the spot. Meanwhile one Adrien- sen attacked the hapless wretches at Corlear's Hook. The warriors were ill-armed and unprepared. The annals of this night are bloody beyond description.




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    Feb 26, 1643 - Kieft, equally blood-thirsty, and gloating over the prospect of wholesale murder, "was deaf to the remonstrances of the Council, and of David Pieterson De Vries and others, who saw the madness of the act; and ambitious to perform a deed which he declared was worthy of ...Kieft, equally blood-thirsty, and gloating over the prospect of wholesale murder, "was deaf to the remonstrances of the Council, and of David Pieterson De Vries and others, who saw the madness of the act; and ambitious to perform a deed which he declared was worthy of the heroes of ancient Borne, gave the requisite orders, and in the dead of night between the 25th and 26th of February, 1643, two expeditions went forth—one party, of volunteers, fitly headed by Mayrn Andrieson, a ...




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