In 1846, the Sultan of Brunei ceded Labuan island to Britain, paving the way for it to become a British Crown colony in 1848.
What does BCC stand for?
BCC stands for British Crown Colony
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- Bristol Community College
- British Car Club (various locations)
- British Ceramic Confederation (UK)
- British Chambers of Commerce
- British Coal Corporation
- British Columbia College (Canada)
- British Combinatorial Committee
- British Combinatorial Conference
- British Community Committee
- British Copyright Council
- Broad Cove Chorale (Massachusetts)
- Broadband Command Center (Incognito Software)
- Broadband Controller Card (Cisco)
- Broadcast Call Control
- Broadcast Control Center
- Broadcasting Complaints Commission
- Broadcasting Corporation of China (est. 1928)
- Broadway Com Corporation
- BrokerTec Clearing Company
- Bronx Community College
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In 1808, Freetown became a British Crown Colony, and in 1896, the interior of the country became a British protectorate.
Schulze helped to stabilize the work in Tranquebar amid growing confusion and controversy, reached out to English (Anglican) patrons, and in 1726 made the strategic decision to move permanently to Madras, establishing the "English Mission" in the British crown colony with enthusiastic support from the Anglican SPCK.
The conference, which will mark the bicentenary of the establishment of Sierra Leone as a British Crown colony in 1808, will be held at the Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation, University of Hull, Hull, U.
Smith became premier of the British Crown Colony of Southern Rhodesia in April 1964.
uk Freedom after 400 years ALMOST 400 years after the first Europeans arrived on the coast of Guinea, and just a few decades after the abolition of slavery, the Gold Coast was officially proclaimed a British Crown Colony.
The islands remained a British Crown Colony when Jamaica voted for independence in 1962.
Back in the mid-1700s, when Tobago was a British Crown Colony, legislators waged a decade-long battle to create a fourteen-thousand-acre preserve along the Main Ridge, a ruggedly mountainous spine that reaches heights of nearly nineteen-hundred feet and extends across the eastern two-thirds of this twenty-six-mile-long landfall.