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Settlement of New Amsterdam
First Peoples Native Americans lived on Manhattan Island Way of Life – Trading, Hunting and Fishing (economics)
“The Purchase” - Manhattan “Bought” by the Dutch from the natives for a converted $24 Was it really bought?
Dutch Leader Willem Kieft became Director General in 1638 – Relieved after a massacre of the Natives (In present day Jersey City) – Dutch nearly lose colony
New Leader Dutch Colony failing – Netherlands send a new leader – Peter Stuyvesant – Cleans up and improves the colony
Takeover The British took the colony from the Dutch settlers without even firing a shot. Duke of York (James II) shows up in harbor with British Fleet Settlers give up colony without a fight
Why Own Manhattan?
WHAT: THE ORIGINS OF NEW YORK CITY WHY: CONNECTION TO SS COMPONENTS – GEOGRAPHY, POLITICS, ECONOMICS, HISTORY DO NOW: WHAT MAKES NEW YORK CITY SO SPECIAL?
The Dutch settle in New Netherland BY MICHAEL MCLAIN AND MATTHEW SALWAY.
The Colony of New Netherlands By: Ben, D.J., Connor Picture from:
The American Colonies Emerge Settlement of the Middle Colonies.
A Small Investment The Dutch Settlement of America.
CLEAR TARGETS 8.5 Analyze the impact of the Dutch influence and systems in the colony of New Netherlands. Describe the British takeover of New Netherlands.
SSUSH1 - The student will describe European settlement in North America during the 17th century c. Explain the development of the mid-Atlantic colonies;
SARAH MACKIN NEW AMSTERDAM. -The capital city of New Netherlands -It is now known as Manhattan, New York City LOCATION:
Started By: Dutch. Taken over by England’s Duke of York – King Charles’ brother Why?: Economic reasons (resources and trade) Year Founded: 1624 Other.
Chapter 2 Section 2 The settling of the new world.
MIDDLE COLONIES New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware.
English Civil War – Oliver Cromwell Puritan leader in Parliament VS. Charles I Charles I beheaded on charges of treason - Oliver Cromwell.
Chapter 3 Sec. 3 The Colonies Grow. I. England and the Colonies. In 1660 England had two groups of colonies: 1.The New England colonies run by private.
The Middle Colonies. New York England controlled N and S– wanted the middle (Dutch) Main settlement was New Amsterdam on Manhattan Island Dutch gave patroons.
Settling the Middle Colonies
France and The Netherlands in the Age of Discovery By Mr. Eichmann.
The Middle Colonies New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.
Coach Medford Building American History Champions
The Middle Colonies. New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Delaware.
The Thirteen Colonies Adapted from Vacaville Unified School District Regina Rosenzweig, Kate Wyffels, Nancy Riebeek A Big Book of History.
The Colonies and Their Coming of Age PART I Mrs. C.M. Stickney ©2010.
Middle Colonies New York Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware.
The Middle Colonies Notes
French and Dutch Colonies in the New World. The Northwest Passage The Northwest Passage- waterway through or around North America Cabot, Cartier, Verrazano.
Jeopardy A?B?C?D?E? $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 ANSWER Columbus’ intended destination when he landed in the Bahama Islands. (Where was he really trying.
Delaware (DE) New Jersey (NJ) New York (NY) Pennsylvania (PA)
Mr. Johnson APUSH The Middle Colonies. Middle Colonies.
Chapter 3 Section 3 The Middle Colonies.
Middle Colonies… The Breadbasket Colonies New York 1624 New Jersey 1664 Pennsylvania 1681 Delaware 1681 (1776)
Middle colonies Chapter 3 Lesson 3.
The Middle Colonies Originally Dutch ~ Henry Hudson, 1609.
SETTLEMENT OF THE MIDDLE COLONIES New Netherlands and Pennsylvania.
Lesson 4 “Dutch and French Colonies”
Settlement of the Middle Colonies
French and Dutch Colonies in the New World. The Northwest Passage The Northwest Passage- waterway through or around North America No explorer ever found.
The 1 st “middle” colony was New Netherland created by the Dutch West India Company To attract settlers, the Dutch recruited Swedes, Germans, & Africans;
DEVELOPMENT OF THE MIDDLE COLONIES. FOUNDING People, Reasons, & Colonies DUTCH – claimed colony of New Netherland; main settlement New Amsterdam on Manhattan.
MIDDLE COLONIES Chapter 3 Lesson 3. BELL RINGER Separatists (Puritans) were persecuted because of their religious beliefs in England so in 1620 they decided.
The Middle Colonies.
Chapter 3 Section 3. Puritans controlled Parliament Charles I was persecuting Puritans Oliver Cromwell – led the forces to defeat the king, later the.
Key Terms – The Encounter in North America Sir Walter Raleigh Roanoke John Smith Jamestown The 13 Colonies Quebec Northwest Passage Algonquians Dutch West.
Ch Explain how Dutch New Netherland became English New York. Describe William Penn’s relationship with Indians in Pennsylvania. Compare and contrast.
Ch.3, Sec.3 – Founding the Middle & Southern Colonies - In A.D. 1664, the British conquered New Amsterdam (New York City) under the failed leadership of.
Nystrom Atlas Page 23 Henry Hudson was an Englishmen who was exploring for the Netherlands. Dutch merchants financed his voyage. In 1609 Hudson discovered.
The Development of the Middle Colonies of North America New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania.
13 COLONIES MIDDLE COLONIES NEW YORK NEW JERSEY PENNSYLVANIA DELAWARE.
The Middle Colonies Chapter 4: Section 2. Settling the Middle Colonies The Middle Colonies were: New York New Jersey Delaware Pennsylvania.
US-U1-L3 SSUSH1c,d,e. c. Explain the development of the mid-Atlantic colonies; include the Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam and subsequent English takeover,
The Middle Colonies Chapter 3, Lesson 3 Ms. Elias US History.
Jeopardy A?B?C?D?E? $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 ANSWER This is why the European explorers ended up in what is now New York.
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