Good for Iron works, grain, indigo, wheat, shipbuilding, cattle
In the 1600s New York was still mostly wilderness and wetlands. It was full of oak, hickory and chestnut trees. There were also grasslands and salt marshes.
smells like cheez - dawm
Don't be a dork come to New York
ben Franklin helped with the society and government in 1783. No, that is wrong.
the religion is free in 1788
New York was first settled by the Dutch in early 1600s. It was the 11th state on July 26,1788
yes, but new york was extremely diverse and allowed religious freedom.
the governor of new york in the mid 1600s was peter stuyvesant. he was mean =P
The city and area were founded and settled by the Dutch in the 1600s.
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is you go on google.com and type in 'slave's in the 1600's new york that will give you a lot of answers.
the first one to claim it was the british
i dont give a dam thing
In the early 1600s, the Dutch settled in New York (I'm not sure why.), and after several years, the English took over.
they were freezing there cohines off. XD
A lot of woods and some farms.
People ate mush and Indian pudding in New York in the 1600's. They also cooked pots of beans for dinner and meat pies.
Shakespeare was born in the 1600s
The culture at the time was that of the Renaissance, were the culture was developing new techniques in the arts, and elaborating new codes of sociability, etiquette and discourse.
well one of them were the Iroqois tribe. l*-*l
They tripped over your mom a lot so they couldn't get anyware
the life was a hard life they workes, they received
Because it combined the former New Netherlands settlers who stayed with the new settlers from England, and added in a touch of flavor from New Sweden.
Who sailed to the new world in the 1600s the pilgrims or Puritan