they sold animals
Fresh water,wood,wild animals
What were some contributions of Colonial New York
Everyone was taxed in colonial new york. :)
A celebration in colonial New York was New Years Eve. A fun thing that people did in colonial New York was go to the theater.
Colonial New York was named after the King of England's brother, the Duke of York.
Wildlife was plentiful in colonial New York. Some of the animals which inhabited the state during that time were foxes, deer, elk, bison, wolves, and various waterfowl such as ducks and geese.
education in colonial new york wasn't that important
The population in New York in colonial times was diverse.
Women in Colonial New York worked hard. They took care of their families, cooked, cleaned, took care of the animals, and made items to sell in order to make money for the family.
In the Colonial times, New York was called New York. The piece of land New York was on was given to the Duke of York as payment for a debt. Naturally, the Duke named it New York.
The government of colonial New York resided in a governor and an elected assembly.
the geographic characteristics of the colonial of New York is that you LOOK IT UP
New York city :)
The first people to come to Colonial New York were the Quakers. The Quakers stopped in New York before moving on to Pennsylvania.
The people of colonial New York drink mostly tea and water.
Colonial New York consisted of present day New York boundaries plus present day Vermont. Major cities were New York and Albany.
the colony of New Hampshire ate goose duck and other animals
where is colonial new yorks location
New York, what dreams are made of
the religion of new york was laocism. the religion of new york was laocism.
some famous people who lived in colonial new york were henry sloughter first governer of new york colony,
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.
In the stories of colonial New York by Washington Irving, colonial New York had apple orchards. New York City in colonial times had mills to grind flour and iron to make plows. Farms in the area grew flax and hemp.