Massacre by the Indians of the white people in Pavonia.
Col. Theodore Roosevelt
In 1692 Col. Peter Schuyler took five Iroquois chiefs to London. The Indians were objects of intense interest at the Court of St. James.
In 1639 Jonas Bronck, after whom the Borough of the Bronx was named, purchased land in that Borough from the Indians. In 1642, after many hostilities, a treaty with the Indians was signed in his house
In 1626, Peter Minuit, the first Dutch Governor - General of New Netherland, purchased all of Manhattan Island from the Indians for the equivalent of $24.00.
Float - Col. Schuyler and Indians at the Court of St. James.
Float - Col. Schuyler and Indians at the Court of St. James
Hudson Tunnels, Mezzanine Floor, Hoboken Terminal.
William Penn's Treaty with the Indians.
Roberts & Co., Clothiers
Battle at Bunker's Hill
Genl. Meagher at the Battle of Fair Oaks Va., June 1st 1862.
Battle of Lexington, Mass.
Battle of Bunker Hill.
For Mayor of Greater New York City - Seth Low