A view from William Street, Manhattan, overlooking the East River and Brooklyn
Hanover Square lies a few blocks southeast of Wall Street in lower Manhattan. Today it is difficult to imagine this busy center of international commerce as a simple unpaved street in the colonial Dutch village of New Amsterdam. New Netherland was one of the largest and most productive of the Dutch colonies. From 1614 to 1664 it encompassed most of New York and New Jersey, and a sizable portion of Connecticut, Delaware and Pennsylvania.
Type: Giclée Edition ~ Signed and Numbered Prints
Image size: 12 x 21 inches