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New Amsterdam

About New Amsterdam

What was H. Hudson Looking for? Did he find it? The north west passage, no but he found something way more valuable, the Great lakes and the midwest
What is the Granite of NYC called? Manhattan Schist, or just Schist
What is the name given to where the glacier ended? The Terminal Moraine, Queens NYC
The Northern Shore of Long Island is? Rock
The Souther Shore of Long Island is? Sand
"Manhatta" Means? "Hilly Island"
Year Saphardic Jews arrived in New Amsterdam? 1654
Bowerey comes from the Dutch word...? Farm
They are not actually rivers at all? The East River and the Harlem River
British King when the British took over New Amsterdam? King Charles II
For Whom is New York named? The Duke of York
"French Protestants" Huguenots(Hugo- Nots)
Created by: dvitetta