Willem Usselinx, founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India companies

by J. Franklin Jameson

Publisher: G.P. Putnam"s Sons in New York, London

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  • Usselincx, Willem, -- 1567-ca. 1647,
  • Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie.,
  • Soder compagniet (Sweden)

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SeriesPapers of the American Historical Association -- vol. II, no. 3, p. [149]-382., Library of American civilization -- LAC 10318.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination234 p.
Number of Pages234
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the disgruntled Dutch merchants who sought open ears and purses in Sweden when they could no longer find them at home, only two need mention here. In the s Willem Usselinx, “Calvinist firebrand” and found of the Dutch West India Company (WIC), persuaded the Swedish king to grant a license to a venture called the Southern Company,File Size: KB. See also J. E Jameson, Willem Usselincx, Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies (New York, ) Google Scholar and C. Ligtenberg, Willem Usselincx (Utrecht, ). Google ScholarAuthor: Jonathan Hart. The long goodbye: Hugo Grotius’ justification of Dutch expansion overseas, – Article in History of European Ideas 36(4) December with Author: Martine Van Ittersum. opportunities on the Delaware. The Swedish monarch, Gustavus Adolphus, a man of broad ambitions and energetic mind, heard about the Delaware from Willem Usselinx, a merchant of Antwerp who had been actively interested in the formation of the Dutch West India Company to trade in the Dutch possessions in America.

  The Swedish East India Company (Swedish: Svenska Ostindiska Companiet or SOIC) was founded in Gothenburg, Sweden, in for the purpose of conducting trade with the far east. The venture was inspired by the success of the Dutch East India Company and the British East India Company and grew to become the largest trading company in Sweden. Jameson, J. Franklin Willem Usselinx: Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies (G.P. Putnam's Sons. ) Mickley, Joseph J. Some account of William Usselinx and Peter Minuit: Two individuals who were instrumental in establishing the first permanent colony in Delaware (The Historical Society of Delaware. ) External links. The reports of the wealth to be acquired from the fur trade had quickly spread from Holland to Sweden, and as early as , Gustavus Adolphus, encouraged by William Usselinx, a Dutchman and promoter of the Dutch West India Company, was . Dutch West India Company (Dutch: Geoctroyeerde Westindische Compagnie, Dutch pronunciation: [ɣəʔɔktroːˈjeːrdə ʋɛstˈɪndisə kɔmpɑˈɲi] or Dutch: GWIC; English: Chartered West India Company) was a chartered company (known as the "WIC") of Dutch its founding fathers was Willem Usselincx (–). On June 3, , it was granted a Founder: Willem Usselincx (among others).

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[J Franklin Jameson]. For by the title it is a part of the proposals made to the prince and a committee of the States General on April 4, 5, 6,by Jan Andries Moerbeeck ; and if this is argued to be a pseudonym of Usselinx, a preface signed Sept.

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Willem Usselinx: Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies () Autor John Franklin Jameson. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.

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Willem Usselincx, founder of the Dutch West India Company The Swaanendael Colony along the Delaware The Dutch West India Company was organized similarly to the Dutch East India Company (VOC).Founder: Willem Usselincx (among others). Willem Usselinx: Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies.

Putnam's Sons. Johnson, Amandus. The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware. Vol. 1: Their History and Relation to the Indians, Dutch and English, The Swedish Colonial Society.

International Printing Company. Mickley, Joseph J. The foundation bought a copy of the American publication Willem Usselinx, Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies from an antiquarian bookshop.

It revealed that even from the Antwerp Protestant Willem Usselincx played a crucial role in establishing the Dutch West India Company which was the driving force behind the foundation.

Willem Usselincx (–) was a Flemish merchant, investor and diplomat who was instrumental in drawing both Dutch and Swedish attention to the importance of the New World. Usselincx was one of the founding fathers of the Dutch West India Company (Dutch: Geoctroyeerde Westindische Compagnie).

– Franklin, J. Jameson “Willem Usselinx: founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies”. Papers Amer Hist Assoc 2(2),NY, USA. – Hook, Frank E. “The Finns in American colonial history” Internet article. – Leiby, A. “The early Dutch and Swedish settlers of New Jersey”.

Van Nostrand Co.,Princeton. The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware is a scholarly and exhaustive treatment of New Sweden on the Delaware. – Franklin, J. Jameson “Willem Usselinx: founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies” pp.

Papers Amer Hist Assoc 2(2),NY, USA. Willem Usselincx () was een Antwerps zakenman. Hij verbleef lange tijd in Spanje, Portugal en op de zag daar de rijkdom van de koloniën. Enige tijd na de Val van Antwerpen trok hij, zoals veel van zijn - calvinistische - stadsgenoten, naar de Noordelijke Nederlanden, in eerste instantie naar was ervan overtuigd dat de opstandige.

The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware: Their History and Relations to the Indians, Dutch, and English, Novi Eboraci: B. Franklin. Mickley, Joseph J. Some Account of William Usselinx and Peter Minuit: Two Individuals Who Were Instrumental in Establishing the First Permanent Colony in Delaware.

The Historical Society of Delaware. Dutch West India Company (Dutch: Geoctroyeerde Westindische Compagnie, Dutch pronunciation: [ɣəʔɔktroːˈjeːrdə ʋɛstˈɪndisə kɔmpɑˈɲi] or Dutch: GWIC; English: Chartered West India Company) was a chartered company (known as the "WIC") of Dutch merchants as well as foreign investors.

Among its founders was Willem Usselincx (–). On June 3,it. Willem Usselincx, founder of the Dutch West India Company and the Swedish South Company The Swedish South Company, also known as the Company of New-Sweden (Swedish, Söderkompaniet, Nya Sverige-kompaniet), was a trading company from Sweden founded inthat supported the trade between Sweden and its colony New Sweden, in North.

Jameson, J. Franklin Willem Usselinx: Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies (G.P. Putnam's Sons. ) Myers, Albert Cook, ed.

Narratives of Early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey, and Delaware, (New York, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, ). (3) On Usselincx and his plans for a West India Company, see J.F.

Jameson, Willem Usselinx, Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Company, New York & London; G.P. Putnam's Sons & The Knickerbocker Press, and C.

Ligtenberg, Willem Usselinx, Utrecht: A. Oosthoek, Willem Usselinx: Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India CompaniesWillem Usselinx: Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies epub online Author: John Franklin Jameson Date: 18 Oct Biography.

The first Swedish expedition to North America with Fogel Grip and Kalmar Nyckel was launched from the port city of Gothenburg in late The expedition was organized and overseen by Swedish Admiral Clas Fleming. Samuel Blommaert, a Dutch colonial patron, assisted with the fitting - out.

Inthe founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies, William Usselinx, visited the Duke of Courland in order to get him interested in the colonial enterprises. A Couronian officer, Joachim Deniger von Olinda, fought on the Dutch side in Brazil in Prince Jacobus studied in Holland.

Biography. The first Swedish expedition to North America was launched from the port city of Gothenburg in late The expedition was organized and overseen by Swedish Admiral Clas Fleming.

Samuel Blommaert, a Dutch colonial patron, assisted with the ing the recommendation of Willem Usselincx, one of the directors of the Dutch West India Company, Swedish. Usselinx and Peter Minuit, read by the late Joseph J. Mickley before the Historical Society of Delaware in (Wilmington, ).?Trans.] After the Swedish South Company, founded by the Dutch Willem Usselincx, by its union with the Ship Company of the Towns, inwas put in a position for active progress.

Some Account of William Usselinx and Peter Minuit: Two individuals who were instrumental in establishing the first permanent colony in Delaware (The Historical Society of Delaware. ) Jameson, J. Franklin Willem Usselinx: Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies (G.P.

Putnam's Sons. )Мова(и): шведська. Jameson, J. Franklin (John Franklin), Willem Usselinx, founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India companies. (New York, London, G. Putnam's Sons, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Willem Usselinx, founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India companies / Jameson John Franklin Jameson, J.

Franklin (John Franklin), [ Book, Microform: ]. His main works are: Willem Usselinx, Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies (), History of Historical Writing in America (), Dictionary of United States History (), The American Revolution considered as a Social Movement ().

Dutch West India Company, trading and colonizing company, chartered by the States-General of the Dutch republic in and organized in Through its agency New Netherland New Netherland, territory included in a commercial grant by the government of Holland to the Dutch West India Company in.

Essays In The Constitutional History Of The United States In The Formative Period, by John Franklin Jameson avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 7 editions.Willem Usselinx, a native of Antwerp and the principal founder of the Dutch West India Company, persuaded King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden to establish a commercial enterprise that would promote trade in Asia, Africa, and America.

The king commissioned Usselinx to solicit subscriptions for the Swedish South Company in Sweden and its territories.Hoboken (Dutch pronunciation: [kə(n)]) is a southern district of the arrondissement and city of Antwerp, in the Flemish Region of is located at the Scheldt river.

The name of the district has its origins in Middle Dutch. Name. The name Hoboken is derived from Medieval Dutch Hooghe Buechen or Hoge Beuken, meaning High or Tall this day there is a .