The founder of the New York Colony was James, the Duke of York.
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The founder of New Jersey was James (the Duke of York) in 1624.
james,duck of york found new york in 1664
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No, he did not, he was just a boxer, not the founder of New York.
he is the founder of new york colony in 1624
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There is no founder. Founders yes. The dutch first settled New York in the 1700s in a series of forts. Forts used to establish trade with the local natives.
Henry Jarvis Raymond.
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False, it was Peter Minuit.
Giovanni da Verrazano in 1524
They settled New Jersey because The Duke of York ( the Founder of New York) decided he had to much area to govern easily so he gave them his 'extra' land. They settled New Jersey because The Duke of York ( the Founder of New York) decided he had to much area to govern easily so he gave them his 'extra' land.
The colony of New York was founded by Peter Minuit. This colony was founded in 1626 and was one of the original 13 colonies.