Category:Cotabato

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Clarification

  • Moro Province was divided into the districts Zamboanga, Lanao, Cotabato, Davao, Sulu
  • 1914 Moro Province was replaced with Mindanao and Sulu Department (1914–1920), the districts where converted to provinces (Total 1: Cotabato Province)
  • 1966 Cotabato Province was split into Cotabato Province and South Cotabato Province (Total 2: Cotabato Province, South Cotabato Province)
  • 1973 Cotabato Province was split into Maguindanao Province, North Cotabato Province and Sultan Kudarat Province (Total 4: Maguindanao Province, North Cotabato Province, Sultan Kudarat Province, South Cotabato Province)
  • 1984 North Cotabato Province was renamed to Cotabato Province
  • 2006 Shariff Kabunsuan Province was created from territory of Maguindanao Province (Total 5: Shariff Kabunsuan Province, Maguindanao Province, North Cotabato Province, Sultan Kudarat Province, South Cotabato Province)
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