The dutch settled in New Amsterdam which is present day New York.
The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle New York City. They named it New Amsterdam after the Dutch city of Amsterdam. When the English took control in 1664, they renamed it New York.
Yep. It was called 'New Amsterdam'.
yes. That is why there are so many dutch last names in New York.
If you mean with 'here' the US then they settled in New York. Called Nieuw Amsterdam (New Amsterdam) back then.
The Dutch founded New Amsterdam.
New Amsterdam was a Dutch colony.
The Dutch settled New Amsterdam in 1624.
The Dutch colony of New Amsterdam was founded between 1624 and 1626. The English took control and renamed it New York in 1664.
The Dutch surrendered New Amsterdam to the British, who renamed it, "New York."
The Dutch. They were the first Europeans to settle in what is now New York City. They called it New Amsterdam.
The dutch name was: " Nieuw Amsterdam" (new amsterdam)
New Amsterdam in English, or 'Nieuw Amsterdam' in Dutch.New Amsterdam
The Dutch were the first to settle the area now known as New York, in approximately 1624. The Dutch named it New Amsterdam, after the Dutch city of Amsterdam. When New Amsterdam came under the control of the British in 1664, it was renamed New York in honor of the Duke of York, who received the land as a gift from his older brother, King Charles II.
New Amsterdam. The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle in New York City. They named it New Amsterdam. When the English took control in 1664, they renamed it New York.
No. New york city was origanally New Amsterdam. It was part of New netherland (dutch) It was concured by the british and renamed.
The Dutch invited people from many other countries to come there.To help the colony grow the dutch encouraged people from many countries to settle in New Netherland
The Dutch settled in North America because the Dutch government wanted to find a new route to the Indies as well as find any uncharted areas. The Dutch started two settlements, New Netherlands and New Amsterdam.
They called it: Nieuw Amsterdam (New Amsterdam)
You're of Dutch decent.DutchYou would have been of Dutch descent because it was then New Amsterdam.The town was founded in 1625 by Willem Verhulst, and Peter Stuyvesant was the Director-General of the colony of New Amsterdam from 1647 to 1664, when it was ceded to the British and became New York.Probably Dutch.Dutch
There was not a Dutch governor of New Amsterdam in 1964. This year marked the 300th anniversary of New Amsterdam being taken over by the British.
On May 24, 1626 Peter Minuit purchased Manhattan for 24 dollars from the indians. He was working for the Dutch West Indies Company. New York was started by the Dutch as New Amsterdam.