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J.G.S.J. van Maarseveen, Nicolaas Gerard Pierson. Handelsman, econoom en bankier, Eerste periode, 1839-1877  [cached]
H.J.M. van de Laar
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1983,
De geschiedenis van een vriendschap  [cached]
E.H. Kossmann
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1982,
Abstract: P. van Hees, G. Puchinger, Briefwisseling Gerretson-Geyl, I-V
Nicolaas van Meeteren
B. de Gaay Fortman
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1953,
De Briefwisseling van Hugo Grotius  [cached]
C.S.M. Rademaker
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1970,
Abstract: P.C. Molhuysen, B.L. Meulenbroek, Briefwisseling van Hugo Grotius, III, 1626-1628, IV, 1629-1631, V, 1632-1635, VI, 1635-1636, VII, maart 1636-december 1636
Nicolaas Cornelis de Fremery (1770-1844) als palaeontoloog
J.H.F. Kerp
Tijdschrift voor de Geschiedenis der Geneeskunde, Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Techniek , 1981,
Abstract: Nicolaas Cornelis de Fremery (1 770-1844) as a palaeontologist Nicolaas Cornelis de Fremery (1770-1844) was one of the early palaeontologists in The Netherlands. After his studies in Leiden he was appointed professor in medicine, pharmacy, chemistry and natural history at the university of Utrecht. De Fremery published in his later years three articles on Dutch fossil mammals. In his first publication on a fossil skull of Bos primigenius. found in 1825 at Eembrugge, he clearly points out his ideas on geology. De Fremery appears to be influenced by the catastrofism theory of Georges Cuvier (1769-1832). De Fremery, however, added some remarkable new views to this widespread theory. The aim of this article is to analyse his work on the palaeozoology and the geology of The Netherlands. Comparisons with some foreign contemporaries are made.
La historia en la basura: los archivos perdidos de Donald Pierson
Lima, Roberto;
Desacatos , 2010,
Abstract: this paper reconstructs and interprets the process that culminated with the destruction of field data archive that the team of donald pierson (1900-1995) collected in its investigation on san francisco river. this archive consisted of several thousands of typed cards, with information collected by 22 researchers who were coordinated by pierson on a research that included ten cities placed throughout san francisco river valley in the 1950's. among other aspects, it discuses the disregard of the entity that held the archive in custody, the underestimation of the author in the historiography of brazilian anthropology, closely linked to the criticism of community studies, and the vulnerability of brazilian archives.
O homem no Vale do S?o Francisco: um legado de Donald Pierson às ciências humanas e sociais no Brasil
Bomfim, Elizabeth de Melo;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822006000100011
Abstract: one important legacy left by donald pierson to human and social sciences in brazil is his work life in a brazilian valley. this article is a reflection about the author and his work, showing man's background in his habitat, which constitutes, in pierson's words, the stage for a rare and clear relationship. it emphasizes the main contributions of the design sketched by the research, pointing out the methodological procedures and some dialogues between researchers and communities.
S. Zijlstra, Nicolaas Meyndertsz. van Blesdijk. Een bijdrage tot de geschiedenis van het Davidjorisme  [cached]
L.G. Jansma
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1986,
De voorgenomen uitbreiding van Willemstad op Cura ao, Oranjestad en Sint Nicolaas op Aruba
Dr. Joh. Hartog
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1947,
J.P. Sigmond, E. Sint Nicolaas, Kijken naar geschiedenis. Onderzoeken en tentoonstellen van historische voorwerpen  [cached]
Th. Wijsenbeek-Olthuis
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2006,
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