The first European colony in New York was established by the Netherlands. It was known as New Amsterdam. Notlong after, the British forced the Dutch out and the colony was renamed New York.
The Dutch called this colony New Amsterdam.
New york city
The Dutch established their colony in New York.
James, the Duke of York received control of New Netherlands in 1664 from the Dutch and renamed the colony New York. New York City was originally named New Amsterdam while it was controlled by the Dutch.
July 26, 1788
The answer is New York.
There is some strange English in your question, but New York started out as New Amsterdam, a colony and trading post established by the Dutch.
New York was the first capital and Virginia was where Jamestown was established as the first colony.
It was established as a fishing colony.
New York is named after the city of York in England. the city was first established as a Dutch colony named New Amsterdam; but was conquered by the English in 1664 who renamed it New York.
New York is a middle colony.
The New York Colony was governed as a Royal Colony. The Colony of New York existed from 1609 to 1692.
the Duke of York founded the colony of New York
New York Colony had no kings.
The Dutch. The city was named after their own capital Amsterdam: New Amsterdam.
The Governor of the colony of New York was the Duke of York. He also found the colony of New York.
No, there was no problem between the Colony of New Hampshire and the colony of New York.
The founder of the New York Colony was James, the Duke of York.
New South Wales was established as a colony on 26 January 1788.
The New York colony was found in 1664.