Colonial Period

Colonial Period may generally refer to any period in a country's history when it was subject to administration by a colonial power.

  • Spanish conquest of Guatemala
  • Korea under Japanese rule
  • Viceroyalty of Peru
  • Colonial history of the United States

Other articles related to "colonial period":

Scottish Australian - History - Colonial Period
... The majority of Scots arriving in the early colonial period were convicts 8,207 Scottish convicts, of the total 150,000 transported to Australia, made up about 5% of the convict ...
List Of Dominican Republic Provinces By Etymology
... de la Rocha, who lived on a ranch that existed at the beginning of colonial period in the location ... Immortalized as saint in the region in the colonial period ... Taino MacorĂ­s is a native word in the colonial period for "speaker of a foreign language" ...

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