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settlement and cultural lectures - Times Past (Early...

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Times Past Cultural Landscape lectures)
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Amerindians Covered earlier
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Early European Settlement
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1498: John Cabot (Italian working for English) 1524: Giovanni Da Verrazano (Italian working for French) 1609: Henry Hudson (English working for Dutch) 1615: Dutch fur traders
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First half 1600s New Netherland: scattered, lightly populated settlements: Dutch, Swedish (Finns too) 1660: Bergen (Jersey City) founded: first town
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1664: English reclaimed New Netherland - gift from King Charles II to his brother the Duke of York - Dutch and Swedish settlers chose English allegiance - June 23: New Jersey (New Caesarea) named: grant to Berkeley and Carteret - confusion over land titles, citizen rights and taxing powers, but still off to good start 1673: One year back under Dutch rule
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1676: Berkeley (west) and Carteret (east) split NJ Berkeley sold west to English Quakers (wound up in William Penn's hands)
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Conflict over the border Keith Line 1687 Lawrence Line 1743 etc 1855 Lawrence Line ruled correct Dispute influenced settlement near line(s)
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Edmund Andros appointed governor of NJ, NY, then New England too, by King James II (yes, Duke of York!). West Jersey capitol: Burlington, East
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