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  1. America Trade 2.  Dutch claimed the New Netherlands in the Hudson Valley, including parts of modern day New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey  Extended their…
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  • 1. America Trade
  • 2.  Dutch claimed the New Netherlands in the Hudson Valley, including parts of modern day New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey  Extended their religious freedom to their colonies.  In 1667, the Dutch formally resigned New Amsterdam to England, renaming it New York.  New York was noticeably less like a colony after, and more like “A garrisoned foreign city”
  • 3.  In 1630, the Dutch occupied the Portuguese sugar-settlement of Pernambuco and over the next few years pushed inland, annexing the sugar plantations that surrounded it. In order to supply the plantations with the manpower they required, an expedition was launched in 1637 from Brazil to capture the Portuguese slaving post of Elmina.  The Dutch was able to spread themselves in violent matters and by the mid-centuries they were facing attacks from their formal allies against Spain, French, and English.
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