New York was founded by the Dutch. New York was founded by the Dutch. ___________________________________________________________________________________ New York was controlled by the dutch from 1609 to 1664. It was called New Amsterdam. New York still has many dutch street and place names. The Netherlands also had control of Indonesia for a while.
The Dutch had a colony in New York and lost it to the British who renamed the area New York from the Dutch New Amerstdam.
new yorkthe dutch primarily settled at the new york colony
The Dutch founded New York, but they called it New Amsterdam. The English then forced them out of New Amsterdam and called it New York.
Henry Hudson found New-York for the Dutch in 1609
The Dutch didn't sell New York. It was captured by the British
The Dutch settled New Amsterdam, Which became New York City after the Dutch surrendered to the English.
Yes, it was the Dutch!
why did the dutch make land claims in present day new york state
Dutch Doscher was born on January 27, ????, in New York City, New York, USA.
ANSWERThe Dutch settled New Amsterdam, which became New York City after the Dutch surrendered the land to the English.
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The Dutch founded New York in 1625.. Back then, it was called New Amsterdam, after the Dutch capitol of Amsterdam. It was a trading post at first. In 1664, the British captured it.
New York was founded by the Dutch, it was first called New Amsterdam.
The dutch settled in New Amsterdam which is present day New York.
The Dutch established their colony in New York.
The Dutch arrived to colonize the area we call New York. They called it New Amsterdam. When the Duke of York took New Amsterdam from the Dutch barely a shot was fired. The Dutch turned over the colony to the English without a battle and New York was established.
The Dutch founded the colony of New Netherlands, which was taken over and turned into New York by the British, in 1613.
I think you're referring to New Amsterdam, which was founded by the Dutch in America. It is currently known simlpy as New York.
Dutch Miller died on October 4, 1992, in New York City, New York, USA.
The English drove the Dutch out of New York so that their English settlers could move further west. The English got the Dutch to give up New York with the Treaty of Westminster.
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Dutch settled in New York, hope this helped
New York was originally held by the Dutch.
the dutch found albany new york