A document giving permission to start a colony is a charter
The Virginia Company Charter
A charter is a document from a monarch that gives permission to the holder to start a colony. Queen Elizabeth granted a charter to Sir Walter Raleigh on March 25, 1584, giving permission to start a colony in Virginia.
the document is a charter..... i think
I think a charter.
a charter, smart one
A Charter. Royal Charter in the case of English settlers in the New World
A charter colony is a colony that was started with a charter. A charter is permission from the King or Queen to start a colony.
Spain did not give Moses Austin permission to start a colony in Texas. It simply gave him 4,428 acres in 1821.
To get money from the new colony! :)
No one gave them permission to start their own colony.
John A. Shutter
To settle Texas and expand their empire
It gave them permission to go to Virginia to start a new English colony!!
He granted him a charter in 1732
a charter is a document that is given by the government to an individual to start a project or a grant. An example would be the Virginia joint stock company gave a charter to explorers to start Jamestown colony in 1706
Queen Elizabeth I first gave Sir Humphrey Gilbert (drowned in 1583) permission to establish an English settlement in Newfoundland. Since he died in the attempt, the queen then gave his half-brother, Sir Walter Raleigh, the charter. He established the settlement of Roanoke Colony in present day North Carolina which later became known as the "Lost Colony".
The Mayflower Compact was the Pilgrim's own form of government. A charter is a grant of authority (permission) from the king that they, the colonists, are allowed to start a colony.