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Dutch treat — foreign funds being spent on Hudson celebration

The Onrust is shown on its maiden voyage on the Mohawk River earlier this week.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The Onrust is shown on its maiden voyage on the Mohawk River earlier this week.
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The Dutch are coming — again — and they’re bringing more than the $24 they supposedly paid for Manhattan. The Netherlands government this year is spending $8 million promoting and staging events and exhibits in New York and elsewhere to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson’s voyage on the river that would later bear his name. Some of that foreign funding can be seen in action Saturday, when a fleet led by a pair ...


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