New Netherland (also called New Amsterdam) was a Dutch colony founded on Manhattan Island in 1614 and was renamed New York, by the British, in the late 1600's.
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 Colony of New York was founded in 1664. New Netherland was founded in 1624. The Duke of York took it from the founders and renamed it New York in 1664.
New Netherland was founded in 1614 by a Dutch group led by Peter Minuit.
New York was founded in sixteen twenty six by Paul Minuit. The colony was called New Netherland then. It was founded to bring in money via big industry and trade.
The english seize the dutch colony of new netherland by driving the dutch out of new netherland. P.S this might be wrong
New York City colony
New Netherland was founded by the Hudson River around 1623-1624. Charles II gave New Netherlands to his brother who was the Duke of York. So in 1664 the Englsih arrived and it became New York after the Duke.
New Netherland was located where New York is now. New Netherland became part of New York in colonial times.
New Jersey became a colony before England took control of New Netherland. And this is how I know: England took control of New Netherland in 1664 and New Jersey became a Colony in 1702.
The founders of New Netherland help the colony grow by offering land to anyone who brought 50 settlers to the colony.
The Dutch had only one colony on the mainland of North America: New Netherland. It was eventually overtaken by the British and was turned into New York.
Peter Minuit founded New York in1626. At this time the colony was called New Netherland. In 1674, King Charles II took over and named it New York, after his brother, the Duke of York.
New Netherland (now New Jersey) and New Amsterdam (now New York).