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Robert Livingston, 1654-1728

Lawrence H. Leder

Robert Livingston, 1654-1728

and the politics of colonial New York.

by Lawrence H. Leder

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Published by Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg, Va., by the University of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Livingston, Robert, 1654-1728,
    • New York (State) -- Politics and government -- To 1775

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF122 .L43
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 306 p.
      Number of Pages306
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5841355M
      LC Control Number61062687
      OCLC/WorldCa476640

      Robert Livingston (), colonial politician and landowner, was secretary for Indian affairs in New York province and greatly influenced British policy respecting western lands. Youngest son of an eminent Presbyterian pastor, Robert Livingston was born on . COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .

        Read "Robert Livingston and the Politics of Colonial New York, " by Lawrence H. Leder available from Rakuten Kobo. This is the biography of a wily Scots settler who arrived in New York in and became one of the colony's wealthiest Price: $ Robert Livingston "1st Lord of the Manor" () of Livingston Manor, Albany Books: Livingstons of Livingston Manor Used & Rare. Robert Livingston and the Politics of Colonial New York, Author: Lawrence H. Leder Publisher: University of North Carolina Press, Search at BN: Out of Print, Used.

      Gilbert Livingston was born 3 March in Kingston, New York, United States to Robert Livingston () and Alida Schuyler () and died 25 April of unspecified causes. He married Cornelia Beekman () 22 December Notable ancestors includeRobert I of Scotland (), Charlemagne (), Hugh Capet (c), .   The definitive work on Robert "The Founder" is Lawrence H. Leder, Robert Livingston and the Politics of Colonial New York (Chapel Hill, ). The most useable family genealogy is Florence Van Rensselaer's The Livingston Family in America and Its Scottish Origins (New York, ).


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Leder, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Robert Livingston,and the Politics of Colonial New York (). Robert Livingston, referred to as the elder, was a New York colonial official, fur trader, and businessman, 1654-1728 book was granted a patent toacres along the Hudson River, and became the first lord of Livingston Manor.

Edwin Brockholst Livingston in his work, The Livingstons of Livingston Manor, pagewrites. Robert Livingston the Elder (Decem – October 1, ) was a New York colonial official, fur trader, and businessman; he was granted a patent toacres ( km²/ sq mi) along the Hudson River, and became the first lord of Livingston Manor Early life.

Coat of Arms of Philip Livingston. Robert Livingston and the Politics of Colonial New York, Book Description: This is the biography of a wily Scots settler who arrived in New York in and became one of the colony's wealthiest and most powerful citizens.

Robert Livingston. Robert Livingston (), colonial politician and landowner, was secretary for Indian affairs in New York province and greatly influenced British policy respecting western lands.

Youngest son of an eminent Presbyterian pastor, Robert Livingston was born on Dec. 13,in Ancrum, Scotland.

Livingston, Robert, Copy of Last Will and Testament, August 2. American Periodical Series I: creatorOf: Livingston, Robert, Contract of sale, June American Periodical Series I: referencedIn: Thomas Addis Emmet collection, Early life and family.

Robert Livingston of Clermont was born on the afternoon of Jthe fifth child and third son of Robert (–) and Alida (née Schuyler) Van Rensselaer Livingston (b.

He was born at his father's Albany, New York townhouse, at "Elm Tree Corner", the intersection of State and Pearl Streets and one of early Albany's principal. Robert Livingston and the Politics of Colonial New York, by Lawrence H. Leder. Paperback (1) $ Paperback. $ NOOK Book.

A.D. Livingston's Big Book of Meat: Home Smoking, From the legendary food columnist for Gray’s Sporting Journal, three of his good-humored, savvy, and down-to-earth cookbooks in one Pages:   Robert Livingston and the Politics of Colonial New York, Pages: Livingston family, Livingston family (Robert Livingston, ), Livingston family (Robert Livingston, d.

), genealogy Publisher [New York, The Knickerbocker press] Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English.

Robert Livingston was born 13 December in Ancrum, Scotland, United Kingdom to John Livingston () and Janet Fleming () and died 1 October inLivingston Manor, Sullivan County, New York, United States of unspecified causes.

He married Alida Schuyler () 9 July Notable ancestors includeRobert I of Scotland (), Familysearch afn: NCBN-VP. The Livingstons are a prominent New York State family which has played an active role in American commerce, politics, military, industry, and society sincewhen the British crown deeded Livingston Manor,acres of land in the Hudson River Valley, to Robert Livingston ().

Get this from a library. Robert Livingston and the politics of colonial New York. [Lawrence H Leder]. The image was described and printed in Ruth Piwonka, A Portrait of Livingston Manor, (Friends of Clermont, ).

The definitive work on Robert "The Founder" is Lawrence H. Leder, Robert Livingston and the Politics of Colonial New York (Chapel Hill, ).

As a young historian, I was (and remain today) particularly impressed. Livingston, Robert () Manuscript document. Title: Charter of Albany.

The document puts forth a number of policies regarding how the city and county of Albany ought to operate. It states that trade with Indians will remain an exclusive privilege of the town's residents, that the people must consent to being taxed whenever necessary, and.

Livingston Settlers in United States in the 17th Century. Robert Livingston (), of Scottish descent, was raised in Holland before arriving in Albany inwhere he was a colonial politician and landowner (of Livingstone Manor), and became the secretary for Indian affairs in New York province.

Robert, the son of Rev. John Livingston, was born in Ancrum, Scotland, but spent the latter years of his boyhood in Holland, where his father went to escape religious persecution. By his twentieth birthday he had come to the Province of New York and settled in Albany.

This is the name of an influential family of colnial and postcolonial America. The founder was Robert Livingston (–), who was taken by his father to the Netherlands, where he grew up bilingual.

This gave him a particular advantage in the former territory of New Netherland, to which he emigrated in Robert Livingston (), a talented and ambitious Scot, secured a royal patent foracres in what is now Columbia County, New York; eventually the Livingston family land holdings approached a million acres" (Smith,p).

Robert had three sons: Robert of Clermont, Gilbert Livingston and Philip Livingston./07/ Livingston, Robert () Autograph document signed. Title: Conditional release of a tract of land to King James II During his term as Governor of the province of New York, Thomas Dongan purchased a tract of land called Saratoga from the Mohawk Indians, and then released it to a number of Dutch and English men, among them Robert Livingston, in .