New Netherland (Dutch Colonization – Colonial America) APUSH @TomRichey

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The Dutch colonized “New Netherland,” the area now known as New York, in order to make money from the fur trade and agricultural pursuits. The Dutch colonies thrived until the English invaded the colony and re-named it for the Duke of York.

This is part of my AP US History lecture series on Colonial America, which also includes lectures on French and Spanish colonization:

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