The windows and the authors
 
Window     Author of Window.                                 Window description
                
 
Harrie Scholtmeijer
 
Introduction
 
   

Frame I: Land becomes sea

1.

Evert de Boer

Prehistory: signs of the ice-ages and remnants of human habitation

2.

Harrie Scholtmeijer

Lake Flevo and Lake Almere: swamp and lakes (0-1200AD)

3.

Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum

The Zuiderzee: a thoroughfare, battlefield and fish hold

4.

Peter de Boer / Wim Logtmeijer

The fortresses of Kuinre: medieval stronghold

5.

Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum

Schokland: island in the Zuiderzee

6.

Wil Paauw

Oud-Kraggenburg: pier at the Zwarte Water

     
    Frame II: sea becomes land

7.

Harrie Scholtmeijer

Cornelis Lely: the plans

8.

Leo Voorberg

Draining and staying dry: dikes and pumping-stations

9.

Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum

Cultivation: cultivating wild lands

10.

Huib van der Wal

War years: Dutch Paradise for People in Hiding

     
    Frame III: the land is organized

11.

Frans van de Lindeloof

Subdivision: The Mondriaan landscape

 12.

Hester Kuper/Wim Logtmeijer

Villages including Emmeloord: the Christaller model

13.

Piet Bremer

Landscape: forests, roads and roadsides

     
    Frame IV: the land is built upon

14.

Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum

Town planning aspects of the villages: squares, churches, schools, houses and special names

15.

Dirk Klaver

Architecture in the Noordoostpolder: 'Delftse School' and the 'Nieuwe Bouwen'

16.

Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum

Rural area buildings: farms, workers’ residences and barns

     
   

Frame V: the land is inhabited

17.

Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum

Labor camps: the first housing

18.

Jan Mulder / Wim Logtmeijer(samenvatting)

The selection of future inhabitants: the issuance plan and the Ter Veen model

19.

Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum

Building up society: research, denominational segregation and social hierarchy

20.

Margreet Ramaker/Harrie Scholtmeijer

Cultural diversity and identity: the polder as a melting-pot

21.

Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum

The relationship with Urk and Overijssel: animosity and dependence

     
   

Frame VI: the land is experienced

22.

Frans van de Lindeloof

Agriculture and food supply: mechanisation and agriculture

23.

Twan van Meijel

Outside agriculture: scope for research institutes

24.

Aline Nysingh

Art and culture: works of art, listed buildings, amateur art, museums, theatre and barn parties

25.

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Establishing facilities and provisions: health care and education

26.

Andries van Daalen / Berthoo Lammers

Special happenings and events

     
   

Frame VII: the land is managed

27.

Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum

Wieringermeer Board, Noordoostpolderwerken departmentr

28.

Janny Bode

Landdrost and mayor, public body and democracy: from authority to participation

29.

Wubbo de Raad

Provinces and water board

30.

Aucke van der Werff

Municipality: independent for half a century, 1962-2012