July 2009
Halve Maen;Summer2009, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p33
The article presents an overview of the events that are planned during NY400 Week, which is a commemorative celebration of the 400th anniversary of the U.S. arrival of the Dutch ship Halve Maen, which landed in what is now known as New York City under the direction of English sea captain Henry Hudson. The celebration, which is taking place on September 8-13 in 2009, is an initiative of the Dutch government and is taking place as a result of cooperation with local agencies, cultural institutions, and companies and private individuals in the United States and the Netherlands.


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