The Blauvelts: An American Journey
Every year since 1926, the Blauvelt family, by ancestry or through marriage gathers to reunite, celebrate and to exchange new information and ideas. This is a family extremely proud of its ancestry, of the people, places and events that have created its long and intriguing American journey begun in 1638 with a young man far from home
In honor of this fine Heritage, we have captured on film an exciting profile of the Blauvelt journey. From the arrival of the tall ship, Kalmar Nyckel at Delaware to New Amsterdam, where Gerrit receives a land grant on Manhattan Island, you’ll enjoy visiting important historic landmarks, such as: the original Blauvelt homes, Tappan Church, DeWint House, Greenbush Church, Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, ABD reunions, Holland trips, famous Blauvelts, Revolutionary and Civil War scenes and much more!
This video was filmed exclusively for Blauvelt families and their descendants. It makes a treasured family gift to be passed on through the generations. Order now and see your proud heritage come to life with entertaining realism!
Here is a forty-four second sample in QuickTime format.
Size is 11 MB! QuickTime player is required.
“American Journey” is now available also on DVD.
Also available – the video of the Orangetown Museum Blauvelt exhibit