View of the Marckveldt And't Water
Marckveldt And't Water 1652
The View of the Marckveldt And't Water, 1652 was taken from the Justus Danckers and Visscher views of New Amsterdam, and published in J.H. Innes' 1902 book, New Amsterdam and Its People. Below is the legend taken from that book:
A.The Hoisting Crane.
B. Southeast Bastion of Fort Amsterdam.
C. White Horse Tavern.
D. House, late of Dominie Bogardus, who married Anneke Jans, Norwegian.
E. Old Store-House of West India Co.
F. The "Five Stone Houses" of West India Co.
G. Brewery of West India Co.
H. House of Cornelis Pietersen.
I. House of Pieter van Kouwenhoven.
J. House of Jan Jansen Schepmoes.
K. House of Gillis Pietersen.
L. House of Eghbert von Borsum.
M. House of Pieter Cornelissen van der Veen.
N. House of Lambert van Valkenburgh, German.
O. Schregers Hoek or Capoke.
P. House of Hans Kiersted, who married Sara Rollefsen, a Norwegian.
Q. Roelof Jansen Haes, a Norwegian.
R. Pieter Cornelissen.
S. Paulus Leendertsen van der Grift.
T. New Store House of West India Co.
U. Augustyn Herrman. German.
V. Jacob Haes, husband of Christina Capoen Holgersen, Norwegian.
W. Old Church and Lane.
Source: Innes, J. H. New Amsterdam and Its People. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1902, after p. 58.
Also see: Greenhouse Consultants Incorporated. Broad Street Plaza Site: Historical Documentary Report, New York, New York. New York: Greenhouse Consultants Incorporated, September 1983.