The New York colony was originally known as New Netherlands. It was started after a captain for the Dutch East India Company landed in the area. The area was then claimed by the Dutch and settled.
The Dutch never settled the Connecticut region.
Massachusetts was originally owned by the Dutch and had an excellent seaport when it was a British colony.
Texas was originally owned by the swedes captured by the dutch and then controlled by the colony of Pennsylvania.
New York. It was settled by the Dutch in the 17th Century and was called Nieuw-Amsterdam.
The Dutch settled in New Amsterdam
Rhode Island was not a Dutch colony. It was founded by Roger Williams in 1636 and settled by the English.
Georgia was originally settled as a debtors' colony.
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The Dutch first settled it and it was originally called New Amsterdam.
The Dutch originally settled in New York, calling it New Amsterdam.
new yorkthe dutch primarily settled at the new york colony
ANSWERThe Dutch settled New Amsterdam, which became New York City after the Dutch surrendered the land to the English.
Georgia was originally settled as a debtor's colony, kinda like Australia