Extract: 1774, lease, Coenradt Swart of the Beaverdam, Yeoman, 170 acres now in my possession in the Van Rensselaer Manor, at Beaverdam, on the West bank of a Riverlet commonly called the bever Creek or Kill for twelve years. Rent was twenty skipples of wheat, four fat fowls, etc., yearly
- Photocopy, scan and extract, 1997, by Glen Swartz, original document found in the "Van Rensselaer Manor Papers," Manuscripts & Special Collections at the New York State Library, Albany, NY
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