How many people lived in British New York in the 1700
The state soil of New York is Honeoye soil.
In new York there is mainly clay soil
1.How much free land did New York have in the 1700's? 2.What was the purpose of the colony of New York in the 1700's? 3.What was the relationship between the Native Americans and the New York colony in the 1700's? Who were the representative governments in new York ?
in some parts of new york the soil is fertile.
During the 1700's the major cities in the New York Colony were New York City, and Albany. By 1700, New York City was already growing rapidly with a population of 5,000. By 1776, the time of the Revolutionary War, the population burgeoned to nearly 25,000.
The governors of New York was William Penn
yes it was easy to buy lang in new york in the 1600's-1700's
it was like the normal pioneer life people died from the winters and stuff like that.
Yes new york's soil is good for farming it is not the best for farming though!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
the became prastato
not as cold as the new england colony but not as warm as the southern colony but that climate was good enough for the growing seasons. The climate in New York during 1600-1700 was between hot and cold. It was sort of like it is now but just a bit warmer.
in new york around the year 1700.
1700 Broadway, Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York.
Peter Minuit founded New York colony in the 1600's to 1700's But New York was named after the Duke of York
ya know, stuff.
New York city and Charleston
ummm who knows not me.....
Mostly glacial. Long Island is the terminal moraine.