The Dutch (Netherlands) settled New York
The Dutch settled New Amsterdam, Which became New York City after the Dutch surrendered to the English.
The Dutch originally settled in New York, calling it New Amsterdam.
The Dutch settled in New Amsterdam
A majority of the people that have settled in New York are from European Decent. Particularly Dutch.
No, the Dutch were the first settlers of New York.
Dutch settled in New York, hope this helped
It was settled by Duke of York in 1760 after it was given to him after England took it from the Dutch.
the dutch were the first to settle New York but after they surrendered to the English it was named New York
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The colony of New York was settled first by the Dutch and then by the English. The main religion of both the Dutch and English was Protestantism. New York was one of the Middle colonies.
The Dutch settled first and named it New Amsterdam. Then afterwards the British came over and named it New York, after the Duke of York.
ANSWERThe Dutch settled New Amsterdam, which became New York City after the Dutch surrendered the land to the English.
In the early 1600s, the Dutch settled in New York (I'm not sure why.), and after several years, the English took over.
The Iroquois settled down in New York because there they can farm.
They were settled at nearly the same time, but all the parts of Boston were consolidated long before all the parts of New York City were. New York City was first settled in 1624, and Boston was first settled in 1630. Boston was incorporated in 1822, and New York City was incorporated in 1898.
The dutch. also known as the Netherlands, were the people who settled in New Amsterdam, which is now call New York.
He was Director - General of New Netherlands (New York) from 1626 - 1633.
new yorkthe dutch primarily settled at the new york colony
they settled in albany