New york founded in 1626 Jazmin mendoza

Pete minuit and others were the founders of New York born in 1580

Was famous as the protestant leader of New York colony. He was referred to Peter minuet, pieter minuit and Pierre minuit

His family fled from Germany to the Netherlands to escape religion persecution from Catholics

New York was named after the duke of York and Albany, the brother of king Charles II of England

The reason for the founding was trade and profits

The colony became a state on July 26,1718

their religion not dominated by a specific religion which gave the way to religious freedom for quakers,catholics,lutheran,jews and others

religion in the colony was extremely diverse and many of the religious groups such as the puritans and the Quakers established the first of the 13 colonies on basis of their religious belief

A typical farm was 50 to 150 acres consisting of a houses,barn,yard and fields

New York was often referred to as a breadbasket colony because it grew so many crops especially wheat

Exported agricultural products and natural resources but were also to manufacture iron ore products

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