in this article, we will talk about the history of New York by 1100 AD two main cultures had developed in this area European discovery of New York was led by the French in 1524 and the first claim came in 1609 by the Dutch as part of New Netherland colony was important.
in the fur trade and eventually became an agriculture resource in 1626 the Dutch bought the island of Manhattan from American Indians giving some goods in exchange adjusted for inflation is believed that the Dutch bought the entire Manhattan for like today’s $1,000 the British conquered New Netherlands in 1664 the Coney and city were both renamed New York.
after its new owner James the second later king of England Ireland and Scotland who was at that time Duke of York if he would have been that took over London let’s say and let’s pretend our London had a Duke then probably the city name would have been in London or something but let’s not talk about alternate timelines.
I’m not alternate history have so that’s how New York got its name one English took the colony from the Dutch it had around 8,000 people thousands of poor Europeans migrated to these states after 1700 many of them were Germans migration was a key factor.
in the development of the colonies in the world the province of New York reinforced for having a port and for being a key support for British colonies in Caribbean if in 1700 this region had like 20,000 people after 71 years there were almost 170,000 people.
New York played a major role in American Revolution the Battle of Saratoga was the turning point of the world in favor of the Americans convincing friends to firmly by with them New York’s Constitution was adopted in 1777 and strongly influenced the United States Constitution due to new years trade ties to the south there were many Southern sympathizers.
in the early days of the American Civil War and the major proposed to live the Union far from any of the battles New York in the final senator and money to support the opinion cuz during 19th century New York City became the main entry point for European immigrants to the United States Ellis Island opens.
in 1892 to welcome millions and millions of new immigrants increasingly from eastern and southern Europe the Statue of Liberty opened in 1886 and became a symbol of freedom democracy and hope for the United States New York boomed as a city after 1900 skyscrapers will build up and many businesses were created these skyscrapers express the energy of the city and expanded.
the interests of other people in this place the economic boom ended after the Wall Street Crash of 1929 mcnac its World War 2 the build up of defense industries for world words you turned around the state’s economy from the Great Depression as hundreds of thousands worked to defeat Axis powers mirror city renewed his position as a cultural center attracting more immigration and hosted the development of new music styles the city developed to become a media capital over the second half of the 20th century.
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