By Marc Chagall
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Meanwhile, it made much of upstate and western New York highly attractive to new farmers, who now would have a convenient means of shipping out their produce. Canals and the remnants of abandoned canals, many of them built in the nineteenth century, are common up and down the Hudson Valley. For almost two centuries, they have connected the Hudson with other river systems and geographic areas. On the lower Hudson, the 108-mile Delaware and Hudson Canal opened in 1828. For 70 years, it bore coal barges from northern Pennsylvania to Kingston and Rondout on the Hudson.
It was the Dutch West India Company that actually set about colonizing New Netherland. In 1621, the government of the Netherlands chartered this new mercantile organization, a counterpart to the Dutch East India Company, to develop trade in the Americas. The first Dutch child was born in New Netherland in 1625. Between 1624 and 1626, fortresses were built on Manhattan Island and at strategic points up the river as far as Fort Orange, which would become Albany. In fact, Fort Orange—not Manhattan—attracted the first permanent Dutch residents.
In 1749, 157 commercial vessels were on record in the colony; in 1762, there were 477 ships; and in 1772—three years before the beginning of the American Revolution—there were 709. They plied the coastal waters and the North Atlantic, 37 38 THE HUDSON RIVER regularly bringing in molasses and rum from the Caribbean and factory products from England. In exchange, the colony by this time was producing a broad variety of sellable merchandise. The farmers were harvesting several types of grain, raising livestock, and marketing secondary farm commodities, including beeswax.