Found in the online edition of the Charlotte Observer, a Chatlotte, North Carolina, based newspaper:
Charlotte Observer | 10/22/2006 | West Virginia: 100 miles of fishing, paddling: "New York: See New Amsterdam in Manhattan
Manhattan's only remaining Dutch Colonial farmhouse is eight miles and a world apart from Times Square and costs just $1 to visit. The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum at 4881 Broadway at 204th Street lets visitors see the parlor, dining room and farm office; the Relic Room features photos and artifacts of Inwood from the past two centuries. Many of the objects date from the Revolutionary War period, when the Hessians -- German soldiers serving with the British -- camped there.Details: 212-304-9422; www.dyckmanfarmhouse.org. -- boston globe"
Labels: Early Dutch settlers, USA