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James Duke of York split New Netherland into two parts New York, and New Jersey. He gave control of New Jersey to his friends, he controlled New York.

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Yes, the Duke of York owned New Netherland {New York}


James, Duke of York split New Netherland into two parts, New York and New Jersey. He gave control of New Jersey to his friend, while he controlled New York.


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.


New Netherland was named New York after James, the Duke of York in the 1664. Since he was the proprietor, he named it New York and gave the rest of the land to two friends ( John Berkeley & George Carteret ) for free.


It is (was) located in Albany, New York.In 1664, James, the Duke of York, received control of New Netherland. The name of the colony was changed to New York


His brother, the Duke of York. The Duke of York then renemed the colony 'New York'.


I assume you mean, "How old is New York".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.That would make New York 348 years old, as of 2012


England took New Netherlands and the king renamed it in honor of the Duke of York.


New Netherland was founded by the Hudson River around 1623-1624. Charles II gave New Netherlands to his brother who was the Duke of York. So in 1664 the Englsih arrived and it became New York after the Duke.


The New York colony started when King Charles II decided to send his brother, the Duke of York, to drive out the Dutch from New Netherland. Therefore, New York was then named after the Duke of York.


James, Duke of York, is the proprietor of the New York Colony and the brother of King Charles II.


It was named after himself, the Duke of York.



Go to nnp.org for a learning experience about the New Netherland Colony during the Dutch colonial period. For a mustread, "Island at the Center of the World," by Russell Shorto, is a great explanation of the Dutch influence in our state and nation. Nancy Johnsen Curran Trustee, New Netherland Institute > New Netherland was taken over by an English duke, the Duke of York. He then named it after himself and it became New York.


The Colony of New York was founded in 1664. New Netherland was founded in 1624. The Duke of York took it from the founders and renamed it New York in 1664.


The Dutch were the first Europeans to colonize New York City and its surrounding areas. They gave the settlement's port city the name New Amsterdam, and the greater province to which it belonged was named New Netherland. In 1664, the British took control of New Amsterdam and New Netherland and renamed them New York, after James II, the Duke of York, who received the land as a gift from his brother, King Charles II. New Amsterdam became the City of New York, and New Netherland became the Province of New York.


Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776 Year Founded: 1664 Founded By: Duke of York Motivation for Founding: 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. Sponsored Links * The Albany Congress occurred at Albany, New York in 1754 to help unite the colonies



The founder of the New York Colony was James, the Duke of York.


New York was named after James, The Duke of York


New Netherland was located where New York is now. New Netherland became part of New York in colonial times.


founded by Dutch Peter Minuit, taken over by English Duke of York later


New Jersey was originally part of the Dutch New Netherland colony. When James Duke of York (eventually King James II) was given the New York colony by the king in 1665, he gave part of it to a creditor to pay off a debt and another bit a friend. Those two regions became the province of New Jersey.


Peter Minuit founded New York colony in the 1600's to 1700's But New York was named after the Duke of York


He was the guy that was named for New York and I don't know what he did.



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