In 1624, a Dutch trading company founded the colony of New Netherlands which was located between two British settlements known as Virginia and Plymouth. In 1664 the British seized New Netherlands. The King, Charles I, granted the colony to his brother, the Duke of York, as a Proprietary Colony. The English colonists demanded some kind of representative government. A colonial assembly was elected in 1683. The colony was renamed and New York became a Royal Colony when the Duke of York became King James II in 1685. For more information see the following site. www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/colonial/book/chap7_2.html
it was governed by the English i think that's the answer.
No. It was governed by England.
The population in New York in colonial times was diverse.
New York Was Originally Governed By The MayFlower Compact, Until They Went Under New Leadership Then Were Governed By The House Of Burgesses
In the Colonial times, New York was called New York. The piece of land New York was on was given to the Duke of York as payment for a debt. Naturally, the Duke named it New York.
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The New York Colony was governed as a Royal Colony. The Colony of New York existed from 1609 to 1692.
i think the answer is 1500
new york city
In the stories of colonial New York by Washington Irving, colonial New York had apple orchards. New York City in colonial times had mills to grind flour and iron to make plows. Farms in the area grew flax and hemp.
They sought a conveniently located port.
What were some contributions of Colonial New York
Everyone was taxed in colonial new york. :)
New Netherland was located where New York is now. New Netherland became part of New York in colonial times.
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A celebration in colonial New York was New Years Eve. A fun thing that people did in colonial New York was go to the theater.
it was governed horribke thats how it was governed ya stupid twit
Colonial New York was named after the King of England's brother, the Duke of York.
Colonial New York does.
education in colonial new york wasn't that important