Deposition of Andries Lucassen and others that in the fall of 1647 they sailed with Govert Loockermans along the north coast from New Amsterdam and that during said voyage Loockermans did not sell any arms or ammunition to the Indians

Declaration. Andries Luycassen and others, that they sailed with Govert Loockermans in the fall of 1647, along the north coast, from New Amsterdam to Pakeketok, Crommegou, and New Haven, and that said Loockermans did not sell any arms or ammunition to the Indians, during the voyage, and only made a present of a little powder to Rockbou, chief of Crommegou, and purchased two geese and a deer at Pakeketok. [1648]
Date Original
September 28 1648
Van Tienhoven, Cornelis
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Secretary of the Province. Register of the Provincial Secretary, 1642-1660. Series A0270-78. Volume 3, documents 20a-b, side 2.
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