Panzhihua from the Ming Dynasty to the Republic of China

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Panzhihua from the Ming Dynasty to the Republic of China

In 1382, in the 15th year of Hongwu reign of the Ming Dynasty, the Xuanwei Department of paloros put Yunnan under the jurisdiction of Sichuan Chengxuan political envoys. In this place, there is another commander's Department of Sichuan Xingdu, which leads the lawsuits of five guards, eight institutes and four chief officials. Hexi city is under the jurisdiction of Puji and Weilong prefectures (later changed to long lawsuit) of jianchangwei military and civilian command department. Hedong is the territory of Hui Chuan Wei's Mi Yi thousand households. The eastern part of Jiangbei is located in Lixi Prefecture. Daping and the middle part of the north of the river are the jurisdiction of the zhongzuo Office (later divided into five) and malachang. The western part of Jiangbei is the territory of Zhili prefecture where Yunnan Province succeeded to announce its political mission. Jiangnan area is under the jurisdiction of Dayao County, Yao Prefecture, Yao'an Prefecture, Yunnan Province. So far, the city belongs to Sichuan and Yunnan.

In 1681, the Qing government actually controlled the area after the "San fan rebellion" was pacified. In the sixth year of Yongzheng reign (1728), Ningyuan Prefecture was established here and was subordinate to Sichuan Province. Xichang County, Mianning County, Yanyuan County, Zhaojue County and Huili prefecture were established as subordinate administrative regions. In the 26th year of Qianlong reign (1761), the Department of inspection was changed to shouyumi Qianhu and incorporated into huilizhou. In the 22nd year of Jiaqing (1817), the inspection department of Azola was set up in Yanyuan County. Xuantong first year (1909), upgraded to Yanbian hall, Zhili Ningyuan house. Therefore, Hexi is the jurisdiction of Puji and Weilong, which belongs to Xichang County; Hedong is the jurisdiction of Huili Prefecture; the east of Jiangbei is the jurisdiction of Huili Prefecture; the former Daping and the middle of Jiangbei are the territory of Yanbian hall. In terms of Yunnan Province, in the 34th year of Guangxu (1908), the old Yaping and huarongzhuang, which belonged to Zhili hall in Yongbei County, were designated as Rongping County, and later changed to Huaping County. The western part of the city is under the jurisdiction of Huaping County, and the south of the Yangtze River is the northern border of Dayao County.

In the Republic of China, Sichuan was still divided into two provinces. In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), it was changed into Huili sub Prefecture. In the second year of the Republic of China (1913), huilizhou was changed to a county; Yanbian hall was upgraded to a county, and Juque administrative committee member was set up in the northern border of Dayao. In the ninth year of the Republic of China (1920), it was changed into Huili County. In 1929, Yongren County was established in Juque administrative region. In 1935, Ningyuan Prefecture was changed to the 18th administrative supervision area of Sichuan Province. In 1939, along with the 18th administrative supervision district, the city was divided into Xikang province to the north of Jinsha River and to the east of BAGUAN river. In 1941, zhidechang set up a governing Bureau. It was promoted to county in 1945. City boundary: Hexi is under the jurisdiction of Dechang County from Xichang County; Hedong and Jiangbei East are Huili County; Daping and central Jiangbei are still Yanbian county. The above are under the jurisdiction of Xikang province. The western part of Jiangbei is Huaping County, and the Jiangnan area is under the jurisdiction of Yunnan Province from Dayao County to Yongren County.


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