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22 Aug 2017
Walter Raleigh's expedition to America was the first from the British Isles to the New World, they disappeared, because of the conflict with native Indian population
The first permanent colonists arrived and settled in Jamestown, Virginia
a group of Puritans and others landed north, settling at what is now, Plymounth, Massachustetts in New England
south Africa was colonized by the Dutch
James Cook discovered Australia
Many Loyalist, the British settlers who had supported the British government, left for Canada after the Declaration of American Independence
A settlement of British Colonists in the Natal region, South Africa
the ending of transportation, 160,000 convicts were transported to Australia from Britain
1600s-England have had a toehold on the Indian subcontinent
Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe settled by Britain
Six countries achieved independence, English remains the official language in Uganda , Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi
Macaulay's Minute an offer in India of an English educational system.
The First Fleet landed in New South Wales
english became the official language and was learnt as second language by the blacks and afrikaans speakers
the British annexed the Cape, the Cape settlers were from southern England, and few groups from Scotland and Ireland.
Some event happened
The period called ,,The Raj'' of British sovereignty
New Zealand was first settled by European traders, here was no colony until after the British- Maori Treaty of Waitangi , immigrants arrived there , 1850s from Britain, 1860s from Australia and Ireland
English was introduced to the sub-continent of South Asia (India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan)
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