Dachuan District, under the jurisdiction of Dazhou City, Sichuan Province, is located in the south of the main urban area of Dazhou city. It is located in the connecting zone of parallel mountain valley area in the east of Sichuan Basin, hilly area in the basin and low mountainous area around the basin. The general trend of terrain is higher in the northwest and lower in the southeast, belonging to the type of subtropical monsoon humid climate. It has jurisdiction over 7 streets, 22 towns and 5 townships, with a total area of 2245 square kilometers. By the end of 2018, the total population of the registered residence in the Sichuan area was 1 million 107 thousand and 600.
Dachuan district has a long history and rich cultural heritage. There are many historical celebrities, such as Chunshenjun, one of the "four princes of the Warring States period", Ma Yuanzhen, the Minister of Tongzhou in the Tang Dynasty, Wei Chengfang, the Minister of the Ministry of officials in the Ming Dynasty, and Tang Zhen, an outstanding thinker in the Qing Dynasty. Unique location and convenient transportation. As the junction of Sichuan, Chongqing, Hubei and Shaanxi, Dachuan is located in the intersection and radiation center of Chengdu, Chongqing, Xi'an and Wuhan. It is an important gateway of Northeast Sichuan and an important part of the main urban area of Dazhou. Xiangyu, Dazhou, Dazhou, Wanzhou and Daba railways crisscross, while Dazhou, Wanzhou, Daba and Shaan expressways cross the border. In March 2019, it was selected into the list of counties in the first batch of revolutionary cultural relics protection and utilization areas; in November 2019, it was named "national agricultural product quality and safety county". On April 28, 2019, the people's Government of Sichuan Province decided to withdraw Dachuan district from the sequence of poverty-stricken counties.
On September 22, 2020, it won the "harvest Cup" of food production in Sichuan Province in 2019.
In 2020, the total GDP will be 36.36 billion yuan.
Daxian belonged to Badi in ancient times. Xia belongs to Liangzhou. Shang (Yin) and Zhou belong to Yongzhou.
The spring and Autumn period and the Warring States period belong to the state of Ba.
Qin and Western Han belong to Dangqu County of Bajun.
In the Yongyuan period of the Eastern Han Dynasty (89-104 years), Xuanhan county (now Tongchuan and Dachuan districts of Dazhou city) was set up in the east of Dangqu county. It was named after Yiyang Dewei of the Han Dynasty, and belonged to Bajun of Yizhou. Jian'an six years (201), under Brazil county. Jianan 23 years, Li Dangqu county.
In 227, Xuanhan County belonged to Brazil county. Yanxi time (238-257 years) Li Dangqu County; later, under Brazil county.
During the reign of Emperor Wu of the Western Jin Dynasty (265-289), Xuanhan county was a province. Huidi Yongxi (290) restoration, under Liangzhou Dangqu county.
In the Eastern Jin Dynasty, Xuanhan county was subordinate to Dangqu county.
Chenghan, Xuanhan County, Dangqu county.
In the Yongchu period of the Southern Song Dynasty (420-422), Xuanhan County of Dangqu county was set up as Baqu County, which led Xuanhan County, Shixing County, Baqu County, Dongguan Xin'an County, Xiapu County and Jinxing county. In the Southern Qi Dynasty, Shixing County and Xuanhan county were subordinate to Baqu county.
In 536, the second year of Liang Datong in the Southern Dynasty, Baqu county was abolished and Wanzhou was set up. The "tuduan" policy was implemented. Xuanhan County moved to the north and was subordinate to Bingzhou and Nanjin county. Shixing County changed into Shicheng County (first, Xuanhan changed into Shicheng in the second year of Datong, second year of abolishing the emperor of the Western Wei Dynasty), which is subordinate to Kaiba county. Shicheng County is named after QiaXi Shicheng mountain. New home Sangang County, subordinate to Xin'an County. Datong (535-545 years), home Yongkang County, and home Wanrong County, under Wanzhou.
In 553, Wanzhou was renamed Tongzhou. Shicheng County is subordinate to Kaiba County of Tongzhou. Sangang county is subordinate to Xinning County. Yongkang county is subordinate to Wanrong County of Luozhou. In 564, Yongkang county was transferred to Wanrong County of Wanzhou.
In 581, Shicheng County and Sangang county were subordinate to Kaiba County of Tongzhou, and Yongkang county to Wanzhou. Kaihuang two years (582), province Wanzhou, Yongkang County, Li Qinghua county. Kaihuang three years (583), province Shilong, Xinning County into Shicheng County, Li Tongzhou. Yongkang county was changed into Bazhou. In the 18th year of kaihuang (598), Shicheng County was changed to Tongchuan county (in the third year of kaihuang, Shicheng County was changed to Tongchuan County, and Daye county was first established in Tongchuan county), and Yongkang county was changed to yongmu county. In the third year of Daye (607), Tongzhou was changed into Tongchuan County, and Tongchuan county and Sangang county were subordinate to Tongchuan county. Bazhou changed to Qinghua County, yongmu county was subordinate to Qinghua county.
In 618, Tongchuan county was changed into Tongzhou. Tongchuan county and Sangang county are subordinate to Tongzhou. In the second year of Wude (619), Xinning County was set up in the east of Tongchuan County, Silai county was set up in the north of Tongchuan County, which was subordinate to Tongzhou. Hengfeng county is located in the north of yongmu County, and Taiping County is located in the west of yongmu County, which is subordinate to Wanzhou.
In the third year of Wude (620), it set up TongZhou governor's office, led seven prefectures (Tongzhou, Kaizhou, Wanzhou, Quzhou, nanbingzhou, nanshizhou, nanlinzhou) and governed 27 counties. Tongchuan, Silai and Sangang counties belong to Tongzhou. Yongmu, Hengfeng and Taiping counties belong to Wanzhou. In the seventh year of Wude (624), Tongzhou general manager's office was changed into Dudu's office. Dudu's office led (added neighboring states and Pengzhou) Jiuzhou and governed 36 counties. Tongzhou, Wanzhou and subordinate counties are subordinate to TongZhou governor's office. In the first year of Zhenguan (627), Silai county was transferred to Tongchuan County, Wanzhou county was abolished, Taiping County and Hengfeng county were transferred to yongmu county and Tongzhou County was established.
In the fifth year of Zhenguan (631), the Dufu was abandoned. In the first year of Tianbao (742), the state was changed into a county. Tongchuan and yongmu Sangang counties are subordinate to Tongchuan county. In the first year of Qianyuan (758), the name of the state was restored. In the first year of Baoli (825), Sangang county was abolished. Dazhong five years (851), restoration, Li Tongzhou.
In the Five Dynasties, Tongchuan, yongmu and Sangang counties all belonged to Tongzhou.
In 965, Tongzhou was changed to Dazhou. Tongchuan, yongmu and Sangang counties are subordinate to Dazhou. In the second year of Weiping (999), yongmu county was renamed yongmu county. Xining six years (1073), the province of Sangang County into Tongchuan county. In 1074, shigu County entered Tongchuan County, yongmu county and Xinning County. Jingkang (1126), the state government moved 50 miles east of the city to defend the City mountain.
In the 17th year of Yuan Dynasty (1280), Zhouzhi restored the site from hanchengshan. In the 22nd year of the Zhiyuan Dynasty, Dongxiang County, Baqu County, Tongming county and yongmu County, Tongchuan county were subordinate to Dazhou.
In 1376, Tongchuan County of the Ming Dynasty entered Dazhou and reduced Dazhou to a county-level state. Zhengde nine years (1514), re promoted to the prefecture level, jurisdiction Dongxiang, Taiping County.
In 1728, Dazhou was promoted to Zhili Prefecture, which belonged to the east of Sichuan. In the seventh year of Jiaqing (1802), Dazhou was changed to suiding Prefecture, the name of Dazhou was taken as the county name, and Daxian was added as Fu Guo Shou county.
In October 1912, suiding government declared its independence from the Qing government, and each county established a military government under the jurisdiction of the Republic of China.
In 1913, suiding Prefecture was withdrawn. In the fourth year of the Republic of China (may 1916), Daxian declared its independence from Yuan Shikai's Beiyang government.
In the sixth year of the Republic of China (1917), Yan Yu set up the East Sichuan Yasukuni army headquarters in the old suiding Prefecture, and he was appointed commander. In October 1918, Xiong Kewu, commander-in-chief of the Sichuan Yasukuni army and governor of Sichuan Province, was appointed as commander of the seventh division of the Yasukuni army and stationed in Daxian county. At that time, it had jurisdiction over Daxian, Xuanhan, Kaijiang, Wanyuan, Chengkou, Kaixian, Yunyang, Fengjie, Wuxi, Quxian, Yingshan, Yilong, Peng'an, Tongjiang, Nanjiang, Bazhong, Langzhong, Cangxi, Nanbu, Yanting, Zhaohua, Guangyuan, Jiange and Zitong counties.
In 1933, the warlords such as Yan Deji, Yu Jitang, Liu Baoshan and Liu Cunhou successively took control of Daxian county and implemented the system of defense area, while the system of administrative area existed in name only. In 1935, Daxian county was subordinate to the 15th administrative supervision district of Sichuan Province.
During the Soviet period, Daxian county was subordinate to suidingdao, belonging to Sichuan and Shaanxi Province.
In 1950, Daxian county was under the jurisdiction of Daxian District in northern Sichuan.
In October 1952, it was under the jurisdiction of Daxian County, Sichuan Province. It has jurisdiction over 11 counties, including Daxian, Xuanhan, Kaijiang, Pingchang, Bazhong, Nanjiang, Tongjiang, Wanyuan, Dazhu, Quxian and Linshui.
In September 1968, it was under the jurisdiction of Daxian County, Sichuan Province.
In 1976, Daxian county was divided into Daxian City, with jurisdiction over 1 city, 11 counties and 1 Industrial and agricultural district.
On July 5, 1993, with the approval of the State Council, Daxian Prefecture was renamed Dachuan Prefecture, which is subordinate to it.
On June 20, 1999, with the approval of the State Council, Dachuan Prefecture was abolished and a prefecture level Dazhou city was established.
On July 18, 2013, with the approval of the State Council, Daxian county was abolished and Dachuan District of Dazhou city was established.
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In the Tang Dynasty, the administrative divisions included 24 townships in Tongchuan County, 18 townships in yongmu county and 9 townships in Sangang county.
Qing Qianlong Zhili Dazhou, home to 6 townships, 36. The six townships are Qingfeng Township 6, Mingyue Township 10, Cuiping Township 10, Chuihong Township 2, Baozhi Township 4 and chuqingmingcui Township 4.
In 1949, Daxian county had 6 districts, 61 townships, 1 town, 1079bao and 11067a.
In 1950, after the founding of the people's Republic of China, the Baojia system was abolished, the Baojia system was changed into a village, and the Baojia system was reorganized. In March 1951, Daxian county had 10 districts and 62 townships (towns). In February 1952, the democratic administration was implemented. After the readjustment of the county's administrative divisions, it governed 15 districts and 124 townships (towns).
In April 1955, according to the name of the district. In January 1956, 126 townships (towns) were merged into 73 townships.
In September 1958, after the implementation of "integration of government and society", the county had jurisdiction over 10 districts, 1 town and 77 people's communes. After many adjustments, by February 1963, the county had jurisdiction over 14 districts, 86 communes, 938 production brigade and 6545 production brigade.
In December 1966, Zitong was renamed Hongzheng. Beigao was renamed Changhong, Shuangmiao Qianfeng, Majia Qunli, Fushan Shengli, Wanjia lighthouse, Nanyue Shuguang, Dongzhao Dongzhao, Binlang Huoju, Shenjia Lixin, Chenjia Qianjin, longhui Guanghui, Zhaogu Xiangyang, Fushou Yongyue, Zhangjia Wusi, Huilong Yongjin, Xinmiao Gaoping and Longtan Hongshan, hurang renamed Yuejin, Weijia renamed Wei
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