New york saw many new comers
they were most likely christians
the religion of new york was laocism. the religion of new york was laocism.
There is no established religion in New York because New York is in the USA, and the USA is a free country.
Well for one they were the ones that originally settled in New York. So they influenced the architecture and the some of the place names around New York.
RELIGION WAS VERY IMPORTANT in colonial New York!!!!!!!
The predominant religion in the New York colony was Protestant Christianity.
they would kill you if you didn't have a religion in New York colony times
New York,as the rest of the USA,is collective and diverse in religion.There is no singular religion that defines it.
The New York colony religion was Quakers, Catholics, Lutherans, Jews, and others
There is no 'official' religion in the USA
the religion is free in 1788
New York had freedom of religion, but most people in New York were Catholics; Baptists, Protestants, Presbyterians, and the Quakers are some.
There were a number of religions that the New York colony had. However, Protestantism was the main religion in this colony.
New Yorkers in 1664 had freedom of Religion. Any Religion could move to New York.
The colonial region with the greatest religious diversity was the middle colonies. This included the colonies of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.