The correct answer is D) English.
In 1664, the Dutch surrendered New Netherland to the English.
The Dutch were more interested in the fur trade than in establishing permanent settlements in the North American territory. They arrived at Hudson Harbor and occupy some parts of what today is Manhattan. But on August 27, 1644, Colonell Richard Nichols led the ships that took him to New Amsterdam (today New York City). When arriving, he demanded the surrender of the territory to the English monarchy. Peter Stuyvesant was the leader in New Amsterdam but had no weapons to defend the place and indeed surrendered.
The chief occupation of the Dutch in New Netherland was:
the fur trade
the chief occupation of the dutch in new netherland was the fur trade
On August 27, 1664, a fleet of four British warships under the command of Colonel Richard Nicolls sailed into the harbor of New Amsterdam (present-day New York City) and demanded that Peter Stuyvesant, the director-general of the Dutch colony of New Netherland, surrender the colony to the British.
12. c. the trials have been proven by historians to be legitimate
13. a. Its original charter was taken away and it became a royal colony.
14. control over the majority of the Atlantic coast.
15. a. More than 10 million slaves from Africa made the voyage across the Atlantic on this route.
16. b. new england
17. b. it encouraged the belief that people should be able to choose a form of government
18. b. it relied on slaves to produce labor intensive cash crops such as rice and tobacco.