Hemp and Tobacco which could bring in cash.
they had hunt, grow enough crops for their families
Some crops that were grown in the Plymouth Colony were corn, beans, and wheat. They also grew oats, peas, and turnips.
Well some important crops in the southeast are oranges,rice ,and peanuts .
some important landforms were the Delaware river and the Hudson river, named for Henry Hudson the founder of the New York colony.
Watering crops, sewing, and cooking.
Tobacco was the staple crop of the Colony of Virginia. It was introduced by John Rolfe in 1612.
they got to grow some wheat and crops
Peter Minuit was an important leader in colonial New York. Peter Stuyvesant and Thomas Dongan were some of the other major leaders in the colony.
Well, the colony of New York didn't have technology, paved roads, cars, skyscrapers, you get the point.
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the duke of york was the person who founded new York
cotton was the biggest
the dutch settlers arrived in New York in 1624.
The primary reason for the near failure of the Jamestown colony was its inability to grow crops and deal with diseases.The British crown stepped in to assist the colony.
it became the seventh colony to join the united states
some colonies: -plymouth colony- mayflower compact -massachusets bay colony- an important covenant
One law that the New York colony had was that slaves could not be mistreated. Another law in this area was that a slave had to have his masters consent in order to be traded.
Your question says "which of the following crops", but does not include a list, following. Some crops that were very important at that time were cotton, peanuts, and tobacco.
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.
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