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Which best describes the attitude of the Dutch toward the Native Americans?
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What best describes the attitude of the Dutch toward Native Americans?
What was the Dutch attitude toward native peoples in their colonies?
Which best describes the attitude of the Dutch toward Native Americans?
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Which best describes the attitude of the dutch towards native Americans?
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How did the Dutch impact the natives of South Africa?
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What was attitude of the Dutch toward the Jews and how did Anne Frank feel about the Dutch?
The Dutch have lived in peace with Jewish people since about 1600. A lot of Jewish people lived (and still live) in the Netherlands and this has never been any kind of issue. Anne Frank was Dutch herself. ___ Anne Frank liked the Netherlands announced her intention of applying for Dutch citizenship as soon as she could do so. She never had the opportunity to do so, however.
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What nationalities are Dylan and Cole Sprouse?
Dylan and Cole's nationaities include: Dutch,German,Italian-American, and Cherokee Native-American.They are Italian natives from Italy.Their parents American natives from USA.Their dad is also Dutch and German and their mom is Cherokee Indian.Their last name sprouse is from Neitherlands Holland.They are mainly Dutch and German,then Italian and Native-American
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How did the French attitude toward Native Americans differ from that found in the Spanish colonies?
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Did the native Americans play an important role in the growth of the French and dutch settlements?
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What type of relationship existed the dutch and native Americans living in new netherland?
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What are some hobbies from Switzerland?
When Switzerland was formed in 1762 by the Dutch, the Dutch brought many things that still influence the culture today. The Dutch brought many things like food and song. The Dutch who colonized present day Switzerland introduced soccer to the natives. The most popular pass time the Dutch had was/and still is the Double Dutch Rudder, it involves lots of strenuous activity, but it also gives great satisfaction when completed. The Dutch also brought Lefsa to the new country, it was considered a poor person food, but now it is considered a delicacy.
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Why was the colony of new york founded started?
First of all, it was the Dutch, not the English, and they founded New Amsterdam. It was and still is a good place for a port city, and it grew very well. The Settlers even built a wall to keep out invaders, and later, the Street that was built along that path was called Wall Street. In the 1660's, the Dutch came to be ruled by a man everyone hated and who treated the colony very badly. The English who had colonized the rest of the coast, were tired of the Dutch cutting into their profits. An English Naval task force approached the city, and the Dutch welcomed them as liberators, the hated Governor was killed, and the city was taken without a shot being fired, and renamed New York. For this reason, the Dutch never considered themselves to be conquered, reflecting the rebellious and liberal attitude the Dutch have been known to show. To this day the so-called "New York Accent" is originally native Dutch mixed with English, and New Yorkers still have that liberal attitude they inherited from the original Dutch Settlers.
Why did the founders come to New York?
The Dutch without hesitation would respond that they came for profit. The English with equal zeal would reply "For Empire". Both had the very best of intentions. Neither had any ill will toward the Native Americans. The Dutch sought trading partners and through such commercial efforts a better world. The English hoped to enlighten and lead toward a better world.