Dan Cancino was and is the guitar hero in New York
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Colonial New York was named after the King of England's brother, the Duke of York.
What were some contributions of Colonial New York
Everyone was taxed in colonial new york. :)
education in colonial new york wasn't that important
RELIGION WAS VERY IMPORTANT in colonial New York!!!!!!!
The population in New York in colonial times was diverse.
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.
The government of colonial New York resided in a governor and an elected assembly.
the geographic characteristics of the colonial of New York is that you LOOK IT UP
Colonial New York does.
The people of colonial New York drink mostly tea and water.
AnswerThe State University of New York at Stony Brook has digitized their map collection online and has many colonial New York maps available.They also have a map pathfinder with links to other digital maps of New York. See related links to go to the site.
The recreation in New York is that they love to do stuff like have fun to entertain themselves, they love sports and most of all they like to put on plays with whatever they've got.
New York city :)
The first people to come to Colonial New York were the Quakers. The Quakers stopped in New York before moving on to Pennsylvania.
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.
where is colonial new yorks location
Colonial New York had a very similar climate to today's. See the related question for that description.
Women's roles in Colonial New York were very different than their English counterparts. The women of colonial New York were Dutch and were able to work, run businesses, and own property.
This might help: http://www.usahistory.info/colonial/education.html It speaks about education in colonial America...which would have mostly been New York at that time.
New York state parks and recreation