Collectie Fraters van Tilburg (Stadsmuseum Tilburg)

De Fraters van Tilburg werd opgericht in 1844 en haar leden zijn geruime tijd actief geweest in het Caribisch gebied. De collectie van de Fraters van Tilburg wordt beheerd door Stadsmuseum Tilburg en is gedeeltelijk gedigitaliseerd via Brabants Erfgoed. Van de ca. 30.000 foto’s zijn op dit moment 12.704 foto’s online beschikbaar.

Collectie Fraters van Tilburg

Database Curaçao Slave Trade, 1700-1730 (DANS)

Curaçao Slave Trade, 1700-1730 – H.R. Jordaan (1998/ 2003)
During the last quarter of the 17th century Curaçao became an important regional slavemarket, especially for the Spanish colonies on the south american mainland. Until 1730 the Dutch West India Company (WIC) had a monopoly on the Dutch Atlantic slave trade. For the period 1700-1730 the documentation regarding the slavetrading activities of the WIC on Curaçao is almost completely preserved in the archives of the Company, kept in the Dutch National Archives in The Hague. Information from these archives, especially from the selection lists drawn up shortly after the arrival of the slaves on the island, auction records, and sales lists, is processed in the database.
Persistent Identifier: DOI: 10.17026/dans-z6k-s3cu; URN: urn:nbn:nl:ui:13-ne9o-r8

Database Curaçao Slave Trade

Database Shipping Middelburgsche Commercie Compagnie in the Eighteenth Century (DANS)

Shipping Middelburgsche Commercie Compagnie in the Eighteenth Century – C. Reinders Folmer – van Prooijen (2000)
This dataset consists of several datafiles containing information on voyages by Dutch slave ships from Middelburg to Africa and Surinam, Curaçao, Berbice or other Caribbean destinations and back, covering the period 1721-1760.
Persistent Identifier: urn:nbn:nl:ui:13-x0jm-lr

Database Shipping Middelburgsche Commercie Compagnie

Database Dutch trade with Curaçao, 1701-1762 (DANS)

Dutch trade with Curaçao, 1701-1762 – W. Klooster (1995)
The dataset “Ships with cacao, Curaçao-Netherlands 1701-1755” contains a list of ships that sailed from Curaçao to the Netherlands with an amount of cacao on board. The list is chronologically ordered by date of departure from Curaçao
Persistent Identifier: urn:nbn:nl:ui:13-tri-wxm

Database Dutch trade with Curaçao

Database Dutch Atlantic connections, 1600-1795 (DANS)

Dutch Atlantic connections: the circulation of people, goods and ideas in the Atlantic world, 1600-1795
Prof. dr. H. J. den Heijer, dr. W.W. Klooster, dr. R. Paesie, dr. J. Postma, dr. C. Reinders Folmer – van Prooijen and dr. J. Jacobs (2009)
Data: 7666 voyages (expanded with further research)
Persistent Identifier: urn:nbn:nl:ui:13-82v-78l

Database Dutch Atlantic connections
Zie ook: KITLV

Archief Koninklijke Nederlandsche Stoomboot Maatschappij (KNSM), 1936 (GG Archives)

Documents:
– 1936-08-17 List of First and Second Class Passengers, S.S. Oranje Nassau, Curacao to Unstated Destination (Possibly The Dominican Republic), Captain P. F. Smit
– 1936-08-22 Farewell Dinner Menu, S.S. Oranje Nassau. Photograph of Voledam Children in National Dress. Postcard on reverse side. (Postcard with detachable Menu)

Archief WIC, 1624-1800 (Nationaal Archief)

De Tweede West-Indische Compagnie bestond van 1674 tot 1791. Het archief bevat stukken van de bestuurskamers in Amsterdam, Zeeland, het Noorderkwartier, Stad en Lande, op de Maze en van het centrale bestuurscollege, de Heren X. Onder de documenten bevinden zich monsterrollen, octrooien, rekeningen, resoluties, soldijboeken en correspondentie met de koloniën, waaronder Suriname, de Kust van Guinea, Essequebo en Demerary.

Archief WIC