Document: Patent of Michel Pauw for a tract of land in New Jersey

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Patent. Michel Pauw; tract called Ahasimus, and the little island Aressiok, called by the Dutch the Whore hook, lying along the river Mauritius, having Manhattan island on the east and the island of Hobocan Hacking on the north side (New Jersey).

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Translation: Gehring, C. trans./ed., New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Vols. GG, HH & II, Land Papers, 1630-1664 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.: 1980).A complete copy of this publication is available on the New Netherland Institute website.

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Hoboken Hacking (New Jersey)
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Michel Pauw
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Krahorat, Tamekap, Tetemakwemama, Wieromies, Siearewach, Sackwewew, Wissipoock, Saheinsios or the young one, were involved in the 'Indian Deed" for Staten Island in 1630. More research needed to determine their tribe, and gender. For now, we have assume
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1. New-Netherland
2. Director
3. Council
4. Testify
5. Declare
6. Krahorat
7. Tamekap
8. Tetemakwemama
9. Wieromies
10. Siearewach
11. Sackwewew
12. Wissipoock
13. Saheinsios
14. Staten-Island
15. Hamels Hooftden
16. Merchandise
17. Sale
18. Transfer
19. Cede
20. Deliver
21. Freehold
22. Bill of sale
23. Contract
24. Land
25. Forest
26. Appendencies
27. Dependencies
28. Rights
29. Jurisdiction
30. Michiel Paauw
31. Possession
32. Authority
33. Power
34. Island of Manahatas
35. Fort Amsterdam
36. August 10, 1630