What is the name of the first college founded in north America?
Harvard College, 1636 - founded on an endowment from John Harvard, an alumnus of Emmanuel College, Cambridge University, England.
Harvard was the first American college. It was founded in 1638. However, since the colonies were at this point in history a part of the British Empire, Harvard was in fact not an "American" college, but only an "American" college by virtue of being located in the Americas. The first university, de facto "college", founded in North America was founded in Mexico City in 1551.
What king of England who chartered the company that founded the first permanent English colony in north America?
The Kingdom of Spain was the first country to claim lands in North America following the successful expeditions of explorer Christopher Columbus. The first European city founded in the New World was Santo Domingo in 1497 which was founded in the present day Dominican Republic. The first city that was founded on the continents of North or South America was the city of Cumaná in modern day Venezuela in 1501.
America was founded from Canada. the U.S. was founded because people wanted to be separate from Canada. and for some strange reason Canada was split into north Canada and south Canada. and this is odd. north was south and south was north. so back to the point. AMERICA WAS FOUNDED FROM CANADA!!!!!!!!
The Royal and Pontifical University of Mexico (Spanish: Real y Pontifica Universidad de Mexico) was the first university officially founded in North America, on September 21, 1551. It is also the second in the Americas, following the National University of San Marcos in Lima, Peru, founded on May 12 of 1551.