because they suck
They didn't settle there because they had everything they needed in the Netherlands like wealth.
Because the leaders of new netherland allowed people the freedom to practice their own religion.
People from THE Netherlands did settle in New Netherlands, but they felt more at home in the Netherlands because its just such an awesome country. And they went bankrupt.
Promote large scale agriculture
The netherlands i think
New Netherland was controlled by the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands (now: the Netherlands).
they settled ther because i told them come on over and settle
New netherland threat to England
They offered free land to anyone who could find 50 settlers.
People from the Netherlands (Holland) settled in the area that is now New York City. It was originally called New Amsterdam.
The Dutch That's where Netherlands is
They threatened and tried to drive Dutch out of New Netherland
Peter Minuit , in 1624, established New Netherlands.
promote large scale agriculture
The Dutch of the Netherlands.
Because the Netherland had good farming soil.
In 1664, James, the Duke of York, received control of New Netherland. The name of the colony was changed to New York in honor of the Duke.
New Jersey was part of new netherlands and owned by dutch in 1624.
The proprietor of New Netherlands was the Dutch West India Company in 1624.
Peter Stuyvesant became governor of New Netherlands in 1647.
New Netherland was found by the Dutch and it was governed by Peter Stuyvesant. It relied on fur trading for money and the people made peace with the Native Americans. But they would attack some people. New Amsterdam was settle in the Americas somewhere. I just don't know anything else on New Amsterdam.
New York IS (was) New Netherland. The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle the New York area. When they settled the area that is now New York City, they named it "New Amsterdam." They named the surrounding area, "New Netherland." New Netherland included land in what is now New York State, New Jersey, Connecticut and Delaware. New Amsterdam (now New York City) was the capital of the the greater province of New Netherland.
Around 1609, the Dutch (colonists from the Netherlands) were the first to settle the New York region, which they called "New Netherland." The city of New Amsterdam became New York when it was taken over by the British in 1667.