Colonial

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colonial period   (período colonial)

Spaniards settled Venezuela during the colonial period.

The settlement of the region began in the colonial period.

This church has a collection of paintings from the colonial period.

colonial government   (gobierno colonial)

The colonial government was vigilant of the entity.

The Spanish colonial government made it a town in 1578.

The colonial government provided land for the liberated Africans.

colonial era   (Época colonial)

Nsibidi was described in the colonial era by P.A.

Royal sheriffs during colonial era: The sheriffs were:

She was one of the colonial era's first woman printers.

colonial rule   (regla colonial)

He led the Nandi resistance against British colonial rule.

France first established colonial rule in the Comoros in 1841.

During his lifetime, the town was under Portuguese colonial rule.

colonial times   (tiempos coloniales)

Before colonial times a system called sawei was practiced.

In colonial times, this region had a very small population.

Veneration of Columbus in America dates back to colonial times.

during the colonial

Spaniards settled Venezuela during the colonial period.

Catholicism was the official religion during the colonial era.

Additional designs and motifs were added during the colonial era.

colonial administration   (administración colonial)

The seat of the colonial administration was then moved there.

During the colonial administration, this set up was strengthened.

The language of colonial administration and schooling became French.

colonial authorities   (autoridades coloniales)

The Dutch colonial authorities were initially indecisive.

It was built by the German South-West African colonial authorities.

At one point he was sentenced to death by the colonial authorities.

colonial administrator   (administrador colonial)

The Earl of Warwick was an English colonial administrator, admiral, and Puritan.

Roelof de Man Roelof de Man (1634–1663) was a Dutch colonial administrator in South Africa.

Jean-Baptiste Chaudié Jean-Baptiste Chaudié (1853–1933) was a French colonial administrator.

early colonial

Cookhouse was an early colonial settlement.

It retains the low lines and broad proportions of early colonial dwellings.

The Fischer family settled the area after arrival on one of the early colonial ships.

colonial powers

Spain and Britain were the only colonial powers left.

She had been removed by the French colonial powers in 1897.

Second, all the colonial powers were significantly weakened by World War II.

colonial empire

The French colonial empire expanded into Mauritania by the 19th century.

In 1863, Cambodia became a protectorate of France within its colonial empire.

French withdrawal from Algeria led to the collapse of the French colonial empire.

colonial governor   (gobernador colonial)

It was named after the colonial governor John Wentworth (1792-1808).

He founded the town of Franceville, and was later colonial governor.

The community was named after Thomas Causton, an aide to colonial governor James Oglethorpe.

colonial power

The group claimed that Brittany was oppressed by France acting as a colonial power.

He soon developed an ideology of hostility towards France as the former colonial power.

Chad is officially non-aligned but has close relations with France, the former colonial power.

colonial forces

At first, the Fore distrusted and feared the colonial forces.

The Ethiopian army became more effective against British colonial forces.

At first, the UPC rebels were fighting against the French colonial forces.

colonial history

The name is derived from the city's Spanish colonial history:

The third hall is dedicated to pieces related to the area's colonial history.

The film attempts to explore the colonial history of the Indian subcontinent.

colonial governors   (gobernadores coloniales)

William Penn, James Logan, and four colonial governors of Pennsylvania visited Conestoga.

See also the Cuba history of the bombs list of colonial governors of Cuba and list of Presidents of Cuba.

List of colonial governors and administrators of Seychelles For continuation after independence, "see: "List of Presidents of Seychelles

colonial architecture

The place also contains examples of functional colonial architecture.

Portuguese colonial architecture was the first wave of architecture to go to Brazil.

Joglo roof has influenced the development of Dutch colonial architecture in Indonesia.

former colonial

French, the language of its former colonial ruler, is a unifying force.

It is located in a former colonial building in the old city centre of Cusco.

He soon developed an ideology of hostility towards France as the former colonial power.

colonial troops

Over a thousand British and colonial troops were killed.

The concept of stopping power appeared in the 19th Century when colonial troops (e.g.

The referred colonial troops were composed of soldiers from Senegal, Macaronesia, and Madagascar.

colonial officials

Strongly anti-communist, he was also trusted by the British colonial officials.

He is thought to be one of the most capable of the Spanish colonial officials in his day.

The colonial officials were under obligation to show them the honor corresponding to their respective duties.

during colonial

Royal sheriffs during colonial era: The sheriffs were:

and was built during colonial times.

The history of oil marketing in Kenya began in 1903 during colonial times.

colonial expansion   (expansión colonial)

French colonial expansion led to the creation of the in 1900.

Importantly, Stockenström forbade colonial expansion into Xhosa land.

The numerous expeditions of Ethiopian forces stopped colonial expansion.

other colonial   (otro colonial)

Like other colonial ascidians, "Didemnum vexillum" is a suspension feeder.

By declaring a protectorate, the British were able to justify keeping out other colonial powers.

colonial settlement

Cookhouse was an early colonial settlement.

The treaties opened most of Kentucky and West Virginia to colonial settlement.

During the early days of the colonial settlement, people brought with them contagious diseases.

colonial governments

The colonial governments of Pennsylvania and Virginia offered rewards for their scalps.

From 1870 until 1901, each of the six colonial governments was responsible for their own defence.

Following the Jervois-Scratchley reports the colonial governments of Australia restructured their defence forces.

colonial possessions

Also, Germany ceded all of its colonial possessions in Africa and the South Sea.

British, French, and Dutch leaders all hoped to retain or reclaim their colonial possessions after the war.

His son Frederick I, from 1701 the King in Prussia, was glad to sell colonial possessions to the Netherlands.

colonial administrators   (administradores coloniales)

Native populations were often relocated at the will of the colonial administrators.

The language was widely used not just by police but also by colonial administrators.

The area was surveyed by the British colonial administrators and formally renamed Granville in 1871.

colonial capital   (capital colonial)

"Middle Plantation" was changed to "Williamsburg" in 1699 when the colonial capital was moved there from Jamestown.

The first Sephardic Jews arrived in colonial times and settled in the colonial capital Cartago and its surroundings.

The local leftist trade unions were hostile to colonial capital, of which they regarded Internatio as a typical representative.

colonial army

In 1885, the Force Publique was set up, a colonial army with white officers and black soldiers.

In 1892–93 Allègre participated in discussions on recruitment and organization of the colonial army.

Most Ivorian recruits who joined the colonial army were assigned to Senegalese units during this period.

colonial election   (elecciones coloniales)

1890 South Australian colonial election Colonial elections were held in South Australia from 9 April to 23 April 1890.

1893 South Australian colonial election Elections were held in the colony of South Australia from 15 April to 6 May 1893.

1896 South Australian colonial election Colonial elections were held in South Australia on 25 April 1896, excepting the Northern Territory, which voted on 2 May.

colonial style

Marie was built in 1796 in a French colonial style.

The Memorial Building is of a colonial style of architecture.

The town was built in an old colonial style, in the Cordillera Volcánica de Guanacaste.

colonial secretary

D'Urban was dismissed by Charles Grant, 1st Baron Glenelg, the colonial secretary on the 1 May 1837.

Hillsborough was apparently supportive of the idea, and resigned as colonial secretary when it was rejected.

The daughter of Arthur Mews (or Meux), deputy colonial secretary, and Mabel Woods, she was born in St. John's, Newfoundland.

first colonial

In parallel, France developed its first colonial empire in Asia, Africa, and in the Americas.

Nathan's grandmother was Martha Mayhew, daughter of Thomas Mayhew, the first colonial governor of Martha's Vineyard.

early colonial period   (período colonial temprano)

The site also has historic European artifacts from the early colonial period (1550-1700 AD).

Virado arose spontaneously during the early colonial period of Brazil as a dish of the bandeirantes.

Archaeological remains associated with the site date back to the early colonial period, mid-17th century.

colonial policy

After the duel Le Chatelier lost influence in colonial policy.

He was involved in discussions on the budget, public education, colonial policy and state railways.

Ostensibly, Spanish colonial policy was designed to protect native peoples, who were wards of the state and church.