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The History of New Netherland and the Half Moon This is just a small amount of the history behind he Half Moon . The amount on this page will increase over time. Index of included texts: Henry Hudson's 1609 Voyage The Quest of the Half Moon Hudson in North America America's Dutch Heritage New Netherland's Infulence The Legacy of Peter Stuyvesant Blueprint for the Bill of Rights Articles of Capitulation Henry Hudson's 1609 Voyage The Quest of the Half Moon The original Half Moon (Halve Maen) was commissioned on March 25, 1609, for the Dutch East India Company. She was a ship of exploration and the spaceship of her age, designed to take a crew of twenty into unknown and uncharted waters. Her captain, Henry Hudson, was already a famous explorer of Arctic waters when in 1608 he was hired by th Read More
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New York The Dutch West India Company established the first settlement at Fort Orange near present day Albany in 1624 and another in New Amsterdam on the site of present day Manhanttan a year later. After the English took over in the 1660s, the colony was renamed New York, after the Duke of York. One of the original 13 states to join the Union (it entered in 1788), New York is known as the "Empire State." The state includes everything from skyscrapers in Manhattan to rivers, mountains, and lakes in upstate New York. Today, New York has the third largest population (after California and Texas), and remains the financial center of the country. The state flower is the rose, and the capital is Albany. Welcome to the U.S.A.! A Giant Night-Light Choose another State A Crowded Home "Immigrant Lif Read More
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The Erie Canal - A journey through history - ePodunk

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PLACE SEARCH Enter a community name: State: <All> Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming > Include former names Advanced search Cemeteries · Launch Erie Canal Tour The Erie Canal, built across New York State in the 1820s, opened the Midwest to development and helped New York City become a worldwide trading center. This journey through his Read More
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