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Answered 2010-01-01 10:29:20

New York.

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New York

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It was renamed to New York... look it up



New Netherland is the land in the US that is now New York City and the Hudson Valley. Eventually, the English took over and renamed it.


New Netherland (also called New Amsterdam) was a Dutch colony founded on Manhattan Island in 1614 and was renamed New York, by the British, in the late 1600's.


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


From 1647 to 1664, Peter Stuyvesant was the Director-General of the New Netherland, a Dutch colony. In 1664, the Dutch ceded New Netherland to the English at which time it was renamed New York.


New Netherland. The settlement at New York City (Manhattan Island) was called New Amsterdam.


They renamed it New York and it became one of the most populated colonies.


No. New york city was origanally New Amsterdam. It was part of New netherland (dutch) It was concured by the british and renamed.


The Dutch purchased Manahatta from the Lenape Indians of Canarsie (now Brooklyn) in 1626. The colony was renamed New Netherland.


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.



New Netherland ended in 1674.


New Netherland was created in 1614.


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


New Netherland was settled by the dutch in 1624.


A Dutch settler named Peter Stuyvesant founded New Amsterdam in the colony of New Netherland (1647 - 64) which he surrendered to the English in 1664. The English renamed it New York.


In 1624 the Dutch first settled the area now known as New Netherland. The Dutch were financed by Dutch West India Company. Then in 1664 a man named the Duke of York, King Charles II brother became the owner of new netherland and renamed it New York:)


The Dutch. Peter Minuit purchased Manahatta from the Lenape Indians in 1626. The island was renamed New Netherland or Nieuw-Nederland in Dutch.


the answer is England also took over the Dutch colony of New Netherland (including the New Amsterdam settlement) which was renamed the Province of New York in 1664.


Well originally there was New Netherland who was settled by the Dutch but then King Charles II made the Dutch surrender to him and his army. So the King then had it. Then King Charles II gave New Netherland to his brother the Duke of York and renamed it New York after his brother. I hope this helped.


The English captured New Netherland in 1664.


New Netherland was led by Peter Minuit In 1626


New Netherland Company ended in 1618.



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