In 1663, eight men were given a charter to develop a colony, which they named

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  • The Answer is D. Carolina
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    The Province of Carolina was an English and later a British colony of North America. It was established in what we today know as North Carolina. Sir Robert Heath, general attorney of King Charles I of England, was ceded the Cape Fear region of America, consolidated as the Province of Carolana, in 1629, but the charter was decreed invalid. A new charter was issued to a gathering of eight English noblemen, the Lords Proprietors, in 1663.