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The New Netherland colony was a Dutch colony founded in in the early 1600s. The English saw it as a threat because New Netherland was situated between the New England colonies and the English colonies in the South. In 1664, the English took over this colony.


The English did not want to compete with the Dutch in the colonies.


Charles wanted the New Netherland Colonies for trade and land.


It created a wedge between the Southern English colonies ad New England


The English captured New Netherland in 1664.


The english seize the dutch colony of new netherland by driving the dutch out of new netherland. P.S this might be wrong


The Dutch colony became New York. It is named after the kings brother the Duke of York.


The English took over New Netherland in 1664.


It was a port city. There was a rush to gain colonies and it was just south of British claims in New England.


The middle colonies were Pennsylvania, New York (origionally New Netherland) New Jersey, and Delaware.


New Netherland is a word that means the middle colonies so the Dutch found the Middle colonies also known as New Netherlands. My answer may be wrong but i am pretty sure that it is.



The conqueror of New Sweden who later lost New Netherland to the English was Peter Stuyvesant. He would serve as the last Dutch Director-General of the colony of New Netherland from 1647.



Yes. New France is what we now call Quebec and New Netherland encompassed an area around what is now New York City.


They were New Netherland, North Carolina, Virginia and Massachusses.




Farming. The colonies that developed were 90% farmers.


Yes they did, And they named it New York


They threatened and tried to drive Dutch out of New Netherland


yes itwas but before it was called New Netherland



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.



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