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What is the term for a colony under direct control of the English Crown?

It is called a Royal Colony


Term for colony under direct control of the English king or queen?

The term for a colony under direct control of the English King or Queen is a royal colony, or crown colony. The colony is ruled by a governor appointed by the Monarch.


Was the New Jersey Colony a Royal Charter Colony or a Proprietary Colony?

New Jersey was first a proprietary colony when it separated from New York but in 1702, New Jersey became a royal colony and was under the direct control of the English crown.


Why was Oglethorpe's Prohibition of slavery reversed?

It reversed when the British crown assumed direct control of the colony of Gerogia in 1752.


What is the difference between a proprietary colony and a royal colony?

The Proprietary colony gets land given to them by the king so he can get paid yearly, and Royal colony is under direct control of the England crown.


What is the difference between a proprietary colony and a a royal colony?

The Proprietary colony gets land given to them by the king so he can get paid yearly, and Royal colony is under direct control of the England crown.


What is the different between proprietary colony and a royal colony?

The Proprietary colony gets land given to them by the king so he can get paid yearly, and Royal colony is under direct control of the England crown.


What is the difference between a proprietary colonie and a royal colonie?

The Proprietary colony gets land given to them by the king so he can get paid yearly, and Royal colony is under direct control of the England crown.


Which government was in control of the Bahamas before crown colony?

Priopratory governmet.


A colony run by a governor who was directly responsible to the crown was?

A royal colony was run by a governor appointed by the English monarchy. These colonies are sometimes referred to as Crown Colonies.


Was everyone in Jamestown Catholic?

The colony of Jamestown was established by the English crown. Thus everyone in the colony belonged to the Church of England - a protestant church which was concocted by the English crown to cater to its whims. They were in no way Catholic.


How did the original colony's name change to New York?

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