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What year did the british take over new netherland?

1664


How did the English take over New Netherland?

easy the king or govern did not put up a fight and gave up


Did the English want to take control of new netherland?

Yes


Why did the British take over New Netherland?

because they were stupid


Why was peter stuyvesant sent to new netherland?

to take over


How did the british take control of New Netherland?

The british took over New Netherland by telling them to work for them or go away


Why were the English able to take over new netherland so easily?

The Dutch colonists refused to fight because they hated Peter Stuyvesant so much they thought that they would be better of if the English ruled them


What year did Hitler take over netherland?

The Wehrmacht defeated the Netherlands in a four day battle in 1940.


How did the location of New Netherland make it easy for the British to take over?

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When did the British take over Manhattan?

In 1664 The British ousted the Dutch from Manhattan and renamed the city New York City.


Why did the English want to take control of New Netherland?

It was a port city. There was a rush to gain colonies and it was just south of British claims in New England.


Which colony did England take away from the dutch in 1664?

That would have been New Amsterdam. Established by the Dutch on what is now Manhatten. The English renamed it New York.


Why did the English take over the Netherlands?

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Why did William Wallace take revenge on the English?

he did not want the english rule over scotland


How did the English take over New Amsterdam?

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Which country did England take New York from?

Holland (The Netherlands). The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle New York City, in about 1624. When the English took control in 1664, they renamed it New York.


Why was it easy for England to take control of New Amsterdam?

It was easy for England to take over New Amsterdam because the settlers of New Amsterdam were so mad at Stuyvesant, the governor of New Netherland, that they refused to fight.


How long does it take to send a parcel from Iran to netherland?

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When was the word retrospective first used?

The English word retrospective means to take a look at a specific event or events. Derived from the Latin retrospectare, meaning look back, the earliest use of the word is 1664.


How did the plantations start?

It started because the English wanted to take over Ireland so they 'planted' the English there and carried on the english methods.


How long does it take from Britain to netherland in plane?

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Why was Powhatans neverous about the arrival of the English settlers?

The Powhatans were nervous because they thought the English might kill them and/or take over there land and take EVERYTHING.


Why did England want to take over the dutch colony?

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In 1664 England seized land now called New Jersey from whom did they take the land?

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What is the main reason why the English wanted to take over New Netherland?

New York has/had a natural harbor that can be used in shipping. When the primary transportation for supplies, men, and goods is by ship a natural harbor is very valuable to have for a colony/area. The Hudson River can also be used from New York as a "highway" inland.