New Amsterdam was granted self government by the Dutch in 1652.
It was captured by the English in 1664, given to the king's brother (the Duke of York), and renamed New York.
1634 27.3.1634 The Werowance (chief) of the Yoacomoco Indians having agreed to sell a village to Leonard Calvert in exchange for gifts, trading guarantees and protection from their enemies, the Susquehannock and is against-law.
Ann Hutchinson did not hold that the redeemed are above the law.
This sea, at its greatest extension, reached from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean; it covered most of central to western Nebraska and Kansas during the Quipu: an ancient Inca device for recording information, consisting of variously coloured threads knotted in different ways.