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    • Samuel Bard to Dr. John Bard, November 28, 1761

    • Manuscripts; United States--History--French and Indian War, 1755-1763
    • This letter was written by nineteen year old Samuel to his father Dr. John Bard. Samuel's ship was captured by the French as he sailed to England to pursue his medical education. Kept as a prisoner of war in the south of France, Samuel later...
    • Sketch for Panels 1a-c, Rhinebeck Post Office Mural

    • Half Moon (Ship); Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History; Palatines--New York (State); Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town), Local history--New York (State); Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History;
    • From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office:" Panel 1(a): Some time between September 12 and 20 Henry Hudson's "Half Moon" may have anchored near Rhinecliff. A sailor chopping a tree is watched by Indians" who have burned a tree around its base....
    • Auditorium D.A.R. Building, Hudson, N.Y.

    • Auditoriums; Stages (Platforms);
    • Colorized postcard of the interior of the Daughters of the American Revolution auditorium buildinig, Hudson, New York. Auditorium contains a proscenium stage with decorative curtain depicting the Half Moon ship sailed by Henry Hudson up the Hudson...
    • Hudson Landing from the Half Moon

    • Postcards; Ships; Ship captains; Rivers; Postage stamps;
    • Hudson Landing from the "Half Moon" - Henry Hudson, an English navigator in the employ of the Dutch East India Company, while searching for a short passage to China and India, sailed by chance into what is now New York Bay; he started up the river...
    • Hudson Landing from the "Half Moon"

    • Postal cards; Ships; Flags; Channels; Explorers;
    • Hudson landing from the "Half Moon." Henry Hudson, an English navigator in the employ of the Dutch East India Company, while searching for a short passage to China and India, sailed by chance into what is now New York Bay; he started up the river...
    • Nyack: Burd Street dock around 1900

    • Boats; Sailboats; Waterfronts;
    • A pleasure craft and a barge are tied up at the foot of Burd Street in Nyack. The dock was the property of the North River Steam Ship Company. The sloop was the "Spray," in which Joshua Slocum sailed alone around the world. The letters PRAY are...
    • Ice Sculpture of the Half-Moon

    • Ice sculpture; Sailing ships;
    • At Rockland Lake, workmen sculpt huge blocks of ice into the boards, masts, and sails of explorer Henry Hudson's ship, the 'Half-Moon.' Hudson sailed up the river named for him in the fall of 1609. The event at Rockland Lake was the first of the...
    • Beneath the gap in the Tappan Zee Bridge

    • Bridge construction; Bridges; Boats;
    • There's a gap in the Tappan Zee Bridge, a gap that is about to be closed. Standing in front are two of the passengers on the boat which sailed to observe the installation of the last span of the bridge.
    • Crosby steamer "Nyack"

    • Steamboats; Postcards;
    • This steamer, named "Nyack," sailed into Milwaukee. The postcard was sent to a friend in Saginaw, Michigan.
    • Pete Seeger

    • Singers; Folk singers; Portrait photographs;
    • Folksinger Pete Seeger and the Hudson River Sloop Singers had a concert in Nyack, NY, which was featured on NET's "Sounds of Summer" series. Seeger's group was sailing on the Hudson River all summer on the "Clearwater," a replica of the sloops that...
    • The sloop Providence, Piermont, NY

    • Sailboats; Historical reenactments;
    • The Tall Ship comes to Rockland: The sloop Providence is an authentic full-sized replica of the Continental Navy ship which was the first war command of John Paul Jones. The ship sailed up the Hudson River to Piermont, NY, May 14-15, 1983, as part...
    • Handbill for Nyack ferries

    • Ferries; Boats; Handbills;
    • This advertising flyer appeared in the 1899 Nyack Hospital "Kirmess" program. The Kirmess was a fundraiser for the hospital. The handbill described three ferry boats: The "Chrystenah" sailed to Yonkers, Tarrytown, Nyack, Rockland Lake, Haverstraw,...

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