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Crops grown in New York in the 1700s were corn, oat, wheat, carrots, and beans. Other foods grown were barley, pumpkin, and hops.
it was hot
The landform in New York (1700s-1799s) was like a big juicy women. Big up and down. Coming from a History teacher it was ALOT. It was the shape of a big juicy titty.
New York has some mountains, some plains, some coastline, and some rivers.
a sh*t storm
The Duke of York is the person who bought Long Island and others in 1663.
Moravin College. Which was in the early 1700s.
New York Radical Women ended in 1969.
New York Radical Women was created in 1967.
Life in New York in the 1700s would have been difficult. In the city, disease would have been prevalent. Along with no running water, sewage ran freely in the street and there was little if any law.
yes no maybe so
How were women colonists affected when New Netherland became New York.
They moved to New York because the people wanted fredom and liberty.They moved to New York because the people wanted fredom and liberty.
wood and animal skin
u can fight Indians
it was governed horribke thats how it was governed ya stupid twit
New York state and city have always seemed to attract famous people even in the 1700s. Some of the famous people from there in the 1700s included William Alexander and William Blackhorse Astor Sr.
Women's roles in Colonial New York were very different than their English counterparts. The women of colonial New York were Dutch and were able to work, run businesses, and own property.
New York School of Applied Design for Women was created in 1892.