After the Meiji Restoration, it was organized as part of Nakadōri region of Iwaki Province.
The town of Koori was created on April 1, 1889 with the creation of the municipalities system.
is a city located in northern Fukushima Prefecture, in northern Honshū, Japan.
As of December 2014, the city had an estimated population of 62,098 and a population density of 234 persons per km². The area of present-day Date was part of ancient Mutsu Province, and was the ancestral home of the Date clan, which rose to prominence from the Kamakura period, and which ruled Sendai Domain during the Edo period.
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The area of present-day Date was part of the holdings of Sendai Domain.
After the Meiji Restoration, the area was organized as part of Nakadōri region of Iwaki Province, and administratively into numerous villages with the establishment of the municipalities system on April 1, 1898.
Taiyo Yuden operates a CD and DVD production plant in the Yanagawa Industrial Zone in Date, Fukushima.
On this website, for example, the following wording is used: "I acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional owners of Australia, and pay my respects to the Elders past and present." For more information see Reconciliation Australia.
From its early days as the first collecting institution in the new settlement of Port Phillip, the State Library of Victoria has been in a unique position to develop its holdings of books, photographs and other material relating to Aboriginal people.
Indigenous art ranges across a wide variety of mediums from works on paper and canvas to fibre and glass.
Introduced media such as printmaking, fabric printing, ceramics and glassware now complement traditional arts and crafts.