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Peter Minuit and other Dutch settlers settled an island which they bought from the local Indians for 60 gilders worth of goods.
Made up of the governor and freemen, it had full legal authority.
The franchise was limited to regenerate church members, and the church was supported by public taxes.
The Spanish colonised the island and called it Hispaniola.
It was the first place occupied by Europeans in the Americas.