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by chantal ponce arif hossain moe thant ko ko dandara motta class 5

New York City in 1776

By: Chantal Ponce

Arif Hossain

Moe Thant Ko Ko

Dandara Motta

Class 5

introduction
Introduction

In this Power Point presentation, we will be talking about the New York city in the 18th century. Some of the things we will be talking about are the Battle, Slaves, Frances Tavern, and a little of New York’s History.

history
History
  • The city was founded by the Dutch and first named New Amsterdam.
  • In 1664 it was renamed New York and ruled by the British, Duke of York.
  • During the war it was the capital of United States of America.
history continued
History-continued
  • It was one of the biggest center of trade and other things.
  • In 1673, New York was renamed New Orange. But in the winter of 1674 New Orange survived a little over one year. England appointed Mayor Edmund Andros as governor of New York City.
battle of new york
Battle of New York
  • During the American Revolution one of the goals of the British Army was to divide New York into 2 colonies.
  • The earliest way to take over New York was to occupy New York City and to take control of the Hudson River.
  • The fort was protected by about 2, 900 soldiers.
  • General Nathaniel Greene stated the construction of the 2 forts, in fort Washington and fort Lee in July 1776.
battle of new york continued
Battle of New York-continued
  • The battle of Long Island had proved to be a near disaster for the Rebel army, on August 26,1776.
  • Washington controlled the battle of Harlem Heights on September 16, 1776.
  • The HMS Pearl ship was apply in the lost a attack on the first light of November 16, 1776.
  • The British and Hessian army were facing up to start the battle at about 7 am on the morning of November 16, 1776
slavery in new york
Slavery in New York
  • In New York, 20% of colonial people were African slaves.
  • For the trade with England and other countries, the slaves produced sugar, tobacco, indigo, coffee, chocolate and cotton.
slavery in new york continued
Slavery in New York-continued
  • Wall street gets it name from a wall that slaves built.
  • They built the roads, docks, most of the buildings, some Dutch and English churches, Frances Tavern, the city prison and the city hospitals.
fraunces tavern
Fraunces Tavern
  • It was built as a mansion to Stephen DeLancey who became a Loyalist.
  • Fraunces purchased it in 1762 and opened it as the Queen’s Head Tavern.
  • Fraunces was a Patriot.
  • It was one of the meeting places for the Sons of Liberty.
fraunces tavern continued
Fraunces Tavern-continued
  • The British captain that tried to bring tea into New York, was forced to give an apology to the public in Fraunces Tavern.
  • When war ended, Washington stayed in the Tavern and his officers in a victory banquet.
  • He sold the tavern in 1785.
conclusion
Conclusion
  • As we explained, New York City was found by the Dutch. Also the Battle of Fort Washington was important. Every person thought that slavery only existed in the South but it also happened in New York. Fraunces Tavern was built in 1686 and it is still standing today as a museum.
websites
Websites
  • www.washington-height.us/history/archives_of_fort_washington_35.html
  • www.nyfreedom.com/frauncestaver.com
  • www.slaveryinnewyork.org/history.htm
  • www.nyc.gov/html/nyc100/html/classroom/photos/colonialny.html