Yes they did because they wanted to get away from the king of England and the thirteen colonies and they broke up and changed to 3 different kinds of colonies, New England colonies, The Middle colonies and the Southern colonies.
they settled in albany
Yep. It was called 'New Amsterdam'.
to have a free life.
New York is a city which provides a large space for immigrants and people to live and settle into the United States.
The first person to settle in New York was Giovanni da verrazano.
The first people to settle the New York City area were the Native American Lenape tribe.
In 1664, James, the Duke of York, received control of New Netherland. The name of the colony was changed to New York in honor of the Duke.
i dont know but I think it is of population
The British want to settle the colony of New York because the British wanted to take over the colony of New York.
they had settle into New York.
New york was originally New Amsterdam but i don't know why new Amsterdam (york) was built where it was. i assume it was just the best place to settle because that is where the setters landed their boats.
the dutch were the first to settle New York but after they surrendered to the English it was named New York
The Seneca people settled in New York before the American Revolution.
they went to work for white people to make money
He discovered the Hudson river! And then people came to settle New York.
yes. That is why there are so many dutch last names in New York.
The Iroquois settled down in New York because there they can farm.
If a person came to settle in New York, New York in 1650, it is most likely that they were of Dutch descent. The early Dutch, who came to the Colonies settled in and around New York.
new yorkthe dutch primarily settled at the new york colony