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Abstract

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Literature Review

Part 1: The Holland Land Purchase

Part 2: Robert Morris and Foreign Investment

Part 3: The Ellicott Family and the Survey

***** 3: Implications

Part 1: Historical

***** *****: Social, Economic and Political

Chapter 4: Conclusions

Works Cited

Appendix I-IV

I. Abstract

***** Holl***** Land Purchase: A Study of ***** Investment and Its Direct Influence on Socio-Ec*****omic and Political Changes in Past and Present New York

Throughout history America has been portrayed as ***** land of opportunity, of freedom and a place to pursue happiness. The nation is based on foreigners coming to this l***** to make a better life for themselves and their families. These first Americans are our ances*****rs, family members who worked to make ***** country prosper and succeed abroad. At the birth of a great nation, there is not question these first ***** looked ***** other countries for support both financial and moral. At the time, such a concept of *****eign direct investment like that ***** the ********** Land ***** was not unheard of or without precedence. Investment in land, business and resources by people in ***** countries was fueling the fire of American colonial economy and made many h*****torical and important events possible for the ***** forefathers. Still the concept of foreign investment in ***** form of large ***** titles is need ***** study to understand not only the h**********rical impact but also how these transactions defined American *****, *****, society and politics. Is it possible one event can have that much impact? Clearly, the Holland Land Purchase is a defining force w*****hin New York h*****tory and Nor*****ast history. The Holland ***** Purchase and the Great Survey that followed ***** New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania as states and later lead to ***** genesis of great cities like Buffalo, New York. Such a city was founded on the ***** and settlers need for l***** for not on*****y commerce but ***** to live and brea*****. This led to a great system of transportation or the Erie Canal that would act as a connector of ***** and economic stimulus. This ***** bring the Northeast closer together as a region but also open it to the rest of the *****. The ***** Land Purchase and its companies would also create important government alliances with key leaders in Wash*****g*****n, D.C. that would influence ***** decisions of how the country ***** blossom *****ally and socially. ***** Purchase would also have its percussions or negative ***** in ***** f*****m of Indian Relations. The Holland ***** Company's attitude toward Native American displacement would only be a precursor to events to come for the country's original people. Today, the Purchase impacts our society in the form of certain barriers to race relations but ***** impacts how we view technology, innovation and growth. ***** foreign ***** is still very popular even as th***** country was moved from being a debtor n*****tion to an Imperialist nation. Even in this day ***** age of post September **********, 2001, America

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