anonymous
  • anonymous
What might explain why the Dutch believed that they had more of a claim on New Amsterdam than the British? The Dutch bought the land. The land was given to the Dutch. The Dutch took the land by force. They were the first ones to claim the land.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hmmmm I will get back to you in a second I feel like i know this one.
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anonymous
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I don't know anything about Dutch history, sorry

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anonymous
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they were the first ones to claim the land. I think thats it
anonymous
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I would go with what she said
anonymous
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Have you got anymore? Are you on K12? Sorrry for all the questions'
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I'm not done, I'm on FLVS.

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