anonymous
  • anonymous
What was the chief reason for the Dutch surrender of New Amsterdam to the British? War with the French in Europe Lack of success with their farming practices Exhaustion from fighting Native Americans Trading with the British for land in warmer climates @paki @AdamLevine1986
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jagr2713
  • jagr2713
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The dutch were greedy and tried to continue to expand their settlement onto Native American territory, the Natives replied back with raids and invasions. C looks like a good answer

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