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# What was the Dutch's original religon in 1624?

well the first i know of is in 1601 in a place called schorel in holland .... so i think your dates wrong.

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well the first i know of is in 1601 in a place called schorel in holland .... so i think your dates wrong.

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Until 1664 " New York" was a the Dutch colony ( 1625-1626) New Amsterdam settled by a Dutch trading company. So, in 1624 the only people living there were the native Americans… that had been located there for thousands of years. (MORE)

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New York didn't exist in 1624. It was called the New Netherland anwas filled with people seeking a better life. There were a lot ofunskilled workers that settled for very low …wages and the town hadfar more men than women. (MORE)

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It is unlikely that one was named in those years. No legislature was available to name it and such an issue was hardly relevant to the survival of the colony. (In other words …the colonists had more important issues on their minds like survival than birdwatching. In truth any bird that could be snared probably ended up in a stew pot.) (MORE)

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2436 and 1624 are integers, not fractions. And, as integers, they are unequal. 2436 and 1624 are integers, not fractions. And, as integers, they are unequal. 2436 and 1624… are integers, not fractions. And, as integers, they are unequal. 2436 and 1624 are integers, not fractions. And, as integers, they are unequal. (MORE)

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The LCM of one number is itself. Two or more numbers are needed tosolve for LCM.

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In 1624, the charter of the London Company also known as theVirginia Company, was dissolved.

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1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 14, 28, 29, 56, 58, 116, 203, 232, 406, 812, and1624 are the factors of 1624.

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8 = 2x2x2 1624 = 2x2x2x7x29 Since they share the factors 2x2x2 but not 7x29, the least commonmultiple will be 1624.

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Probably lumberjacks, fisherman, blacksmiths, and farmers. Iinferred this because Delaware is right next to New Jersey, whichwas once only one state together with New York, an…d according tothis website, Delaware's common jobs were lumberjacks, fisherman,blacksmiths, and farmers. (MORE)