Peter Stuyvesant


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Noun1.Peter Stuyvesant - the last Dutch colonial administrator of New NetherlandPeter Stuyvesant - the last Dutch colonial administrator of New Netherland; in 1664 he was forced to surrender the colony to England (1592-1672)
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But when it comes to the recent, boneheaded call for New York City to remove all memorials to Peter Stuyvesant, the 17th-century Dutch leader of the New Amsterdam colony, I have to draw the line.
The developers of the former Peter Stuyvesant Post Office site have given up on trying to get the green light to add another story to their planned East 14th Street residential building.
Peter Stuyvesant feared attack from European and Native forces.
It was commissioned for The City of Birmingham sculpture Project by the Peter Stuyvesant Foundation, but the council later sold it on to a used car dealership (the King Kong Kar Ko) in Stratford Road for just PS3,000, despite a determined campaign to keep it.
It is just the latest stop in what has been a bizarre tour of Britain for the statue originally commissioned for the city of Birmingham by the Peter Stuyvesant Foundation.
The Peter Stuyvesant brand was also subject to discounts, as the operator sought to retain the brand's position as the leading cigarette brand in South Africa.
Peter Stuyvesant, the long-serving and often beleaguered Director General of the New Netherlands colony, is a complex historical figure and many historians have wrestled with his character, his actions, and his legacy.
Perhaps no man since Peter Stuyvesant left a greater mark on New York City than this Baptist bachelor, born in Worcester on the Green farm in 1820.
Imperial Tobacco, in its plain packing of cigarettes, told its Peter Stuyvesant brand customers, "it's what's on the inside that counts".
The statue was originally commissioned for The City of Birmingham sculpture Project by the Peter Stuyvesant Foundation.
On 8 March, the auction-house offered 163 works of art from the BATArtVenture Collection, formerly known as the Peter Stuyvesant Collection.