How New York Acquired Staten Island

How New York Acquired Staten Island NJHS23D2

by James C. Connelly | NJHS 1923 | 9pp | PDF 154K | $2.00 | D2
From the time when the grant was made to Berkeley and Carteret, a doubt existed as to the ownership of Staten Island. As Staten Island was considered part of New Amsterdam under the Dutch, and was purchased from the Indians by Governor Lovelace in 1670, it had naturally strong ties to New York.

by James C. Connelly | NJHS 1923 | 9pp | PDF 154K | $2.00 | D2 From the time when the grant was made to Berkeley and Carteret, a doubt existed as to the ownership of Staten Island. As Staten Island was considered part of New Amsterdam under the Dut
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