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Ots-Toch

Псевдоним: "mohawk Woman", "Turtle Clan", "Ots-Toch Van Slyke", "Ots-Toch Hartell"
Дата рождения: (24)
Место рождения: Canajoharie
Смерть: 1646 (20-28)
Van Slyck's Island, Schenectady, New Netherland Colony
Место погребения: Schenectady County, New York, United States
Ближайшие родственники:

Дочь Jacques Hertel и Mohawk woman of Van Slyck's Island Hertel
Жена Cornelius Antonissen van Slyck и N.N. Nieffens
Мать Martin Mouris (Maurice) Van Slyck; Beartie Nieffens van Slyck; Elisabeth van Slyck; Jacques Cornelius "Itsychosaquacha"; HIlletje Cornelise Van Olinda и ещё 5
Сестра Kenutje Hartell
Полукровная сестра François-Joseph Hertel, Sieur de Rouville; Marie-Madeleine Hertel de la Fresnière, Fr(Que и Marguerite Hertel

Профессия: Mohawk princess of Turtle Clan
Менеджер: Gregory Frank Yochim
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About Ots-Toch

Ots-Toch is the traditional name given to a 17th century Mohawk woman from Canajoharie who married Dutch trader Cornelius Anthonisse Van Slyck and founded the Van Slyck family in New Netherland. Little is known of Ots-Toch, although she is indirectly referenced in many histories of early New York. For example, a daughter, Hillitie, chose to live with the Dutch,[1] but served as an official Mohawk interpreter.[2] Ots-Toch had at least three other children with Cornelius Van Slyck, and may have had more children by a Mohawk father.[3] Some variants of Ots-Toch's legend claim that her father was French,[4] although this claim seems to lack historical documentation and is often considered discredited.[5] In local lore, Ots-Toch is often compared to Pocahontas, though the legends of each woman are quite different. The two share some similarities: each married 1st generation immigrants and were important to the success of the respective European colonies, and each has romanticized legends that conflict with historical facts. An important point of difference, however, is the conversion and acculturation of Pocahontas to her English husband, contrasted with Oct-Toch's rejection of Christianity and efforts to raise her children as Mohawks.

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Ots-Toch is the traditional name given to a 17th century Mohawk woman from Canajoharie who married Dutch trader Cornelius Anthonisse Van Slyck and founded the Van Slyck family in New Netherland. Little is known of Ots-Toch, although she is indirectly referenced in many histories of early New York. For example, a daughter, Hillitie, chose to live with the Dutch,[1] but served as an official Mohawk interpreter.[2] Ots-Toch had at least three other children with Cornelius Van Slyck, and may have had more children by a Mohawk father.[3] Some variants of Ots-Toch's legend claim that her father was French,[4] although this claim seems to lack historical documentation and is often considered discredited.[5] In local lore, Ots-Toch is often compared to Pocahontas, though the legends of each woman are quite different. The two share some similarities: each married 1st generation immigrants and were important to the success of the respective European colonies, and each has romanticized legends that conflict with historical facts. An important point of difference, however, is the conversion and acculturation of Pocahontas to her English husband, contrasted with Oct-Toch's rejection of Christianity and efforts to raise her children as Mohawks.

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Хронология Ots-Toch

1622
1622
Canajoharie
1635
1635
Возраст 13
Canajoharie, Montgomery, NY, USA
1636
15 июля 1636
Возраст 14
Albany, NY, United States
1636
Возраст 14
Kinderhook, NY, United States
1640
1640
Возраст 18
Canajoharie, New Netherland Colony
1640
Возраст 18
Beverwijk, Noord-Holland, Nederland
1644
1644
Возраст 22
Canajoharie, Montgomery County, New York, United States
1646
1646
Возраст 24
Canajoharie, Nieuw-Nederland
1646
Возраст 24
Schenectady, New Netherland Colony