It also created centers of business in Brazil and in Africa b It bought

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It also created centers of business in Brazil and in Africa b. It bought Manhattan Island too G. New Netherland along the Hudson River was established in 1623-1624 by the Dutch West India Company for fur trade profit H. New Amsterdam (New York City) was a company town run by the Dutch with interests of stockholders I. Quakers and other different religions were abused
J. There was limited lawmaking as a result K. Patroonships, or feudal estates, developed as homes for promoters who agreed to settle with 50 people on them L. New Amsterdam attracted people of different types and races, with as many as 18 different languages being spoken X. English and its Swedish Neighbors A. The massacred Dutch citizens and homes for their cruelty B. People on Manhattan Island created a large wall to protect themselves C. New England was hostile against Dutch growth D. The New England Confederation planned on destroying New Netherland with military force, but Massachusetts declined and thus it never took action E. The Swedes trespassed Dutch reserves from 1638 to 1655 by planting the colony of New Sweden on the Delaware River F. This was a golden age for Sweden G. During the 30 Years War, King Gustavus Adolphus spread Protestantism with energetic Sweden attempting to control more American land H. In 1655, the Dutch put troops on the Delaware River to prevent Swedish intrusion I. It was led by Peter Stuyvesant , and the colonists of New Sweden lost being absorbed by New Netherland XI. Dutch Residues in New York A. In 1664, Charles II granted the area of modern day New York to his brother, the Duke of York, and that year, British troops landed and defeated the Dutch. New Amsterdam was changed to New York a. The Dutch were forced to surrender and not even put up a fight B. An autocratic spirit still lingered in New York from the Dutch, and there were many powerful landowners that had a lot of influence in the colony C. The lordly atmosphere stopped many Europeans from moving here D. The Dutch left behind a lot of culture with cities such as Harlem, Brooklyn and Hell Gate as well as other worldly traditions, like Santa Claus XII. William Penn’s Experiment in Pennsylvania A. Quaker (Religious Society of Friends) arose in England during the mid 1600s B. They were offensive to civil and religious authorities C. The Quakers refused to support the Church of England with taxes and would not swear, but this became an issue when they had to make an oath to prove they weren’t Roman Catholic D. They had meetings where God controlled the actions of the congregation E. The Quakers despised warfare and disliked military service F. William Penn was a Quaker who was persecuted for his beliefs G. Penn established a gov’t with liberal ideas and obtained land from the King in 1681 after paying a debt of his deceased father H. Called Penn’s Woodlands, Penn had a desire to change the name to Sylvania due to his modesty I. Pennsylvania was the best advertised with truthful facts to bring people in J. He especially approved of trade workers K.

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