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Randall H. Balmer. A Perfect Babel of Confusion: Dutch Religion and English Culture in the Middle Colonies. Oxford University Press. 2002. 258pp.

Brian W. Beltman. Dutch Farmer in the Missouri Valley: The Life and Letters of Ulbe Eringa, 1866-1950. University of Illinois Press. 1996. 284pp.

Herbert J. Brinks. Dutch American Voices: Letters from the United States, 1850-1930. Cornell University Press. 1995. 480pp.

David Steven Cohen. The Dutch-American Farm. NYU Press. 1993. 408pp.

Jaap Jacobs. New Netherland: A Dutch Colony in Seventeenth-century America. E. J. Brill. 2005. 559pp.

Rob Kroes. The Persistence of Ethnicity: Dutch Calvinist Pioneers in Amsterdam, Montana. University of Illinois Press. 1992. 161pp.

Donna Merwick. Possessing Albany, 1630-1710: The Dutch and English Experiences. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 328pp.

Donna Merwick. The Shame and the Sorrow: Dutch-Amerindian Encounters in New Netherland. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2006. 332pp.

Suzanne M. Sinke. Dutch Immigrant Women in the United States, 1880-1920. University of Illinois Press. 2002. 295pp.

Pamela Smit; J. W. Smit. The Dutch in America, 1609-1970: A Chronology & Fact Book. Oceana Publications. 1972. 116pp.

Robert P. Swierenga. Dutch Chicago: A History of the Hollanders in the Windy City. William B. Eerdmans Publishing. 2002. 908pp.

Robert P. Swierenga. The Forerunners: Dutch Jewry in the North American Diaspora. Wayne State University Press. 1994. 465pp.

Robert P. Swierenga. Faith and Family: Dutch Immigration and Settlement in the United States, 1820-1920. Holmes & Meier. 2000. 362pp.

Janny Venema. Beverwijck: A Dutch Village on the American Frontier, 1652-1664. SUNY Press. 2003. 527pp.

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