See the New Netherland Institute's Research Grants page for more information.
Quinn-Library Research Residencies
Through generous support from the Doris Quinn Foundation, the New Netherland Research Center, and the Anna K. and Mary E. Cunningham Trust Fund, the New York State Library provides a grant of $2,500 for specialized research in Dutch-related documents and printed material at the State Library. Researchers interested in the history of New Netherland and the Dutch Colonial Atlantic world are encouraged to apply.
Quinn-Archives Research Residency
With the generous support of the Doris Quinn Foundation, the New Netherland Institute, and the New Netherland Research Center, the New York State Library has partnered with the State Archives to offer a fellowship to facilitate research on New Netherland and on the Dutch Colonial Atlantic World. Recipients of the Quinn-Archives Research Residency Program receive $2,500 and spend up to a year in Albany, New York, working in the collections of the New Netherland Institute and the New York State Archives.