An anachronous map of the Dutch colonial Empire. Light green: territories administered by or originating from territories administered by the Dutch East India Company Dark green: territories administered by or originating from territories administered by the Dutch West India Company.. Tiny orange squares indicate smaller trading posts, the so-called handelsposten.
The Dutch colonization of the Americas began with the establishment of Dutch trading posts and plantations in the Americas, which preceded the much wider known colonisation activities of the Dutch in Asia.While the first Dutch fort in Asia was built in 1600 (in present-day Indonesia), the first forts and settlements on the Essequibo River in Guyana date from the 1590s.
Photographs and description of the Dutch Colonies. Although the Netherlands only controlled the Hudson River Valley from 1609 until 1664, in that short time, Dutch entrepreneurs established New Netherland, a series of trading posts, towns, and forts up and down the Hudson River that laid the groundwork for towns that still exist today.
The Dutch Empire is the name given to the various territories controlled by the Netherlands from the seventeenth to the twentieth century. The Dutch followed Portugal and Spain in establishing a colonial global empire outside of continental Europe. Their skills in shipping and trading and the surge of nationalism and militarism accompanying the struggle for independence from Spain aided the ...
The Dutch don't have colonies anymore. At the moment the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Netherlands Antilles + Aruba are all Dutch territories.
The Dutch Empire: Three Centuries on Five Continents Despite Its Small Size, The Netherlands Controlled a Large Empire
The Dutch were amongst the first and most prodigious of the European colonial powers. In this lesson, we're going to explore their influence and legacy in Africa, and find out where they carved ...
Dutch Settlements. The Dutch Colony was called New Netherland. It spread down what is now New York state, from Albany to Manhattan. •The first permanent settlement in New Netherland was called Ft. Orange, located in what is now Albany.
Dutch India was also composed of colonies and trading posts administered initially by the East Indies Company (VOC) and then directly by the Dutch government after the VOC's collapse.. Coromandel was the major Dutch colony on the mainland. It grew from the fort at Pulicat captured from the Portuguese in 1609.It comprised India's southeastern Coromandel coast across from Ceylon.
In 1609, English explorer Henry Hudson, searching for a passage to the Indies on behalf of the Dutch East India Company, sailed up the river later named for him — the Hudson.