How did trees and the rest of the natural enviorment influence the development of new york?

This connects to the firsts inhabitants of new york-native americans.
anika1234510
Asked Sep 11, 2010
To the Native Americans who had no interest in colonization, Manhattan was a small piece of land that they were willing to sell for 24 bucks. To the Dutch, it was a natural harbor adjacent to an inland waterway that was a steal at that price. That transaction had a big impact on the development of both the city and the state.
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Answered Sep 12, 2010
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Answered Aug 01, 2016

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