Philipsburg Manor

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Wrappers lightly tone.d. 1969 Stapled Binding. 56 pp. Philipsburg Manor (sometimes referred to as Philipse Manor) was an English manor located north of New York City in the Province of New York. It lasted from 1693 until 1779. The land was part of a Dutch patroonship owned by Adriaen van der Donck but was later purchased by Frederick Philipse I. Philipse was granted a royal charter in 1693, creating the manor as a legal entity. After Philipse's death, the manor was split between his son and grandson, both of whom continued to develop the manor. The Philipses engaged in the Atlantic slave trade, using Africans to construct most of the buildings on the property. The tenant farmers on the manor also represented a diverse population of Europeans. The manor's property was eventually sold at auction after Loyalist Frederick Philipse III was attainted for treason by New York's revolutionary government and his land was confiscated. Some of the original structures still stand, including the Philipsburg Manor House in Sleepy Hollow, Philipse Manor Hall (the family seat) in Yonkers, and the Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow, all of which are National Historic Landmarks.

Title: Philipsburg Manor

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Categories: New York, American, Architecture, Americana,

Publisher: Sleepy Hollow Restorations: 1969

Binding: Stapled Binding

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 2299996

Keywords: AMERICANA AMERICAN HISTORY PHILIPSBURG MANOR NEW YORK REGIONAL LOCAL,