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What was the main settlement of New Netherland? New Amsterdam
Which company controlled New Netherland? The Dutch West India Company
The landowners who received these grants were called _________ Patroons
Which famous English Quaker, received the land in payment for a debt King Charles owed his father? William Penn
Quakers were also ______, or By 1683, more than 3,000 English, Welsh, Irish, Dutch, and German settlers had arrived. Pacifists
New York was renamed by who? The Duke of York
There were people of many different ____, religious, and national backgrounds---- Racial
The counties then ______, or worked, as a separate colony known as Delaware functioned
In what year did Penn sail to America to supervise the building of Philadelphia? 1682
By what year did more than 3,000 English, Welsh, Irish, Dutch, and German settlers arive? 1683
What is a Pacifist? By 1683, more than 3,000 English, Welsh, Irish, Dutch, and German settlers had arrived.
This location combined a good _______ with access to the Hudson River. seaport
What were the two groups of Colonies in North America? Virginia and Maryland
The river served as a major transportation link to a rich land of ________ farms, forests, and furs
after the English Channel island of Jersey, where ______ was born. Carteret
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