New Sweden was the name of the small area in North America near the mouth of the Shuylkill river, which mouths into the river Delaware. It was held by the settlers from 1638 to 1655. Around 600 people lived there during that time. The largest settlement in New Sweden was Fort Christina, today called Wilmington.
New Laws ; English judges brought in common law New Settlers ; by 1640 English and Scottish settlers had come to Ulster .Gaelic Irish people remained farming the land but very few owned any land. New Religions; Most settlers were Protestant Scottish settlers were Presbyterian ( followers of Calvin) and the English settlers were Anglican (church of Ireland) Others are New ways of farming and trading & new towns & new houses ! :):)
The Hispanos of New Mexico are people of Spanish or Indo-Hispanic descent. The explorer Don Juan de Oñate from Mexico City to New Mexico with 500 Spanish settlers and soldiers around 1598. By the time of the Civil War in 1861, both the North and South claimed ownership of the area. And like with White treatment of Native Americans, Whites treated the Hispanos unfairly as second-class citizens.
If a historian speaks to you of Minuit's bargain, he is almost certainly referring to A. the Dutch annexation of New Sweden. B. a trade contract arranged with the French. C. the purchase of Manhattan Island from Native Americans. D. the decision to allow English settlers to purchase land in New Amsterdam