Jintang County Jintang County, subordinate to Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, is located in the northeast of Chengdu Plain, adjacent to Zhongjiang County of Deyang City in the East, Lezhi county of Jianyang City and Ziyang City in the south, Guanghan City and Zhongjiang County of Deyang City in the north, Qingbaijiang District and Longquanyi District in the West, with a total area of 1156 square kilometers . In 2019, Jintang County governs 6 streets and 10 towns. The county is 50 kilometers away from Chengdu City, 20 kilometers away from Guanghan City, 45 kilometers away from Zhongjiang County, 18 kilometers away from Qingbaijiang District and 36 kilometers away from Longquanyi District.
Jintang county is the key development county in the "Chengdu Plain Economic Circle" and the "characteristic industrial development zone" of Chengdu City. The Zhonghe River, the Bihe River and the Beihe River pass through the city, which has the reputation of "Tianfu garden water city". It is a pilot county of national intellectual property project. Top 100 counties and cities in Western China in 2019.
The origin of place names
According to records of Huayang state, there was Jintang mountain in Xindu County, including part of Jintang County at that time. The Jintang Mountain recorded in the annals of Jintang County, which was compiled in the fifth year of Jiaqing (1801), refers to the place where the county seat of Jintang is located in Chengxiang Town, 40 Li to the East, namely Sanxue mountain. It starts from sanxuesi village, Qixian Township, 6 km to the East of Jintang County, and goes down to the area near the Xiakou of Tuojiang River. This is the origin of the name of Jintang County.
History of construction
Before the founding of the county
Jintang County was located in Liangzhou in ancient times.
In Shang, Zhou, spring and Autumn period and Warring States period, it was the land of Shu.
In the ninth year of gengyuan (316 BC), King Huiwang of Qin Dynasty entered the territory of Shu County of Qin state after Qin destroyed Shu.
In the sixth year of emperor Gaozu of the Han Dynasty (201 BC), the prefecture of Keba and Shu was set up in Guanghan County, and the county government was set up in Chengxiang county. Chengxiang is now zhaozhendong, Jintang County, Sichuan Province.
In the Han and Jin Dynasties, it belonged to the east of Xindu County in Guanghan County, the southeast of Luo County and the west of niuluo County in Qianwei county.
In 413, the ninth year of Yixi reign of emperor an of the Eastern Jin Dynasty, General Zhu Lingshi led his army to level off Qiao Zong, who occupied Shu. Because the Dongshan area of Niuwei County blocked the eastern gateway of Chengdu, Jinyuan garrison was built. The garrison was located in Zhoucheng Village (now huaikou town in the southeast of the county). It was named because the river in front of the garrison came out of Jinsha and there was an abyss in the river. This is the beginning of the establishment of the county.
In the northern and Southern Dynasties, the county was still mainly a dependency of Xindu, Luoluo and niuluo.
After the founding of the county
1、 Jinyuan County, Jinyuan county and baimou County in the Western Wei Dynasty
In the second year of abolishing the emperor of the Western Wei Dynasty (553), Xiao Ji, the governor of liangyizhou, sent troops to fight against the emperor. Liang asked for the assistance of the Western Wei Dynasty. After the Western Wei Dynasty sent troops to level Shu, Jinyuan county was established in Jinyuan garrison, and Jinyuan county and baimou county were established in Xindu County, Luoxian county and niuluo County, which were subordinate to Jinyuan county. County and Jinyuan county are in the same city, and they are located in Zhoucheng village of huaikou town; baimou county is located in Chengxiang town of Qingbaijiang District.
2、 Jinyuan County in Northern Zhou Dynasty
In the Northern Zhou Dynasty (557-581), Jinyuan county was abolished, and baimou county was transferred to Jinyuan county (baimou county was abandoned as an ancient town) and changed to Wukang county. Jinyuan county is located in Zhoucheng village of huaikou town.
3、 Jinyuan County in Sui Dynasty
In the early Sui Dynasty, Jinyuan county was still Wukang county. Kaihuang three years (583), the abolition of Wukang County, Jinyuan County under Yizhou.
Renshou two years (602), under the Jianzhou. In three years, Kaizhou was established in Mianzhu County, Xuanwu County, Jinyuan county and feiwu County, and Jinyuan county was changed into Kaizhou.
In the second year of Daye (606), Kaizhou was abolished and Jinyuan county was transferred to Shu county. The county government was stationed in Zhoucheng village, huaikou town.
4、 Jinshui county and Jintang County in Tang Dynasty
In 618, Jinyuan county was changed to Jinshui County, which belonged to Yizhou. In 621, Jinshui county was transferred to Jianzhou. The county government is still in Zhoucheng village, huaikou town. In the second year of Xianheng (671), Jintang County was established in some areas of Xindu, Luo and Jinshui counties. It is named after Jintang mountain in the county boundary. It belongs to Yizhou. In 686, it was changed to Hanzhou. The county government is located in the old city site of Hantan community in Zhaozhen town.
5、 Jinshui county and Jintang County in the Five Dynasties
In the late Tang Dynasty and the Five Dynasties, Jinshui county and Jintang County belonged to the former Shu (907-925), the latter Tang (923-936) and the latter Shu (934-965). The name and affiliation of the county remain unchanged; Jinshui county is subordinate to Jianzhou, where the county governs the present-day Zhoucheng village of huaikou town; Jintang county still belongs to Hanzhou, where the county governs. In the seventh year of Tianfu in the later Jin Dynasty (942), Zeng Yao changed Jintang county to Hancheng county. Because of the establishment of the post Shu regime in Sichuan at that time, the order of the later Jin Dynasty did not reach the border of Shu, so the name of the county could not be changed.
6、 Huai'an army and Jinshui and Jintang counties in Song Dynasty
In the third year of Qiande of Song Dynasty (965), houshu was destroyed. In the fifth year (967), Huai'an army was established in Jinshui County, which was subordinate to Xichuan road and under the jurisdiction of Jinshui and Jintang counties. Jinshui county is zoned from Jianzhou, the county and the military are in the same city, and is located in Zhoucheng village of huaikou town; Jintang county is zoned from Hanzhou, and the county is located in the old city site of Hantan community of Zhaozhen town. Xianping four years (1001), Huaian military reform Li Zizhou road. In the second year of Jiayou (1057), because Jintang County was destroyed by flood, the county government moved to Chengxiang town (now Qingbaijiang District of Chengdu City), the former seat of baimou County in the Western Wei Dynasty. In 1118, Zizhou road was upgraded to tongchuanfu Road, and Huai'an army was still under its jurisdiction.
7、 Huaizhou and Jinshui and Jintang counties in Yuan Dynasty
From the Yuan Dynasty to the 13th year of the Yuan Dynasty (1276), the Huai'an army set up huaizhou, which was subordinate to Chengdu Road, and still governed Jinshui and Jintang counties. The government of the prefecture and Jinshui county are in the same city, and they are still in Zhoucheng village of huaikou town. In the same year, Jinshui County entered huaizhou.
In 1283, huaizhou entered Jintang County. Jintang county is located in Chengxiang town.
In 1363, Ming Yuzhen, a peasant uprising army, took possession of Sichuan and established the Daxia regime. Jintang County was subordinate to the governor's office of Chengdu on the West Road of Shangchuan in Daxia, and the county government was still in Chengxiang Town, Qingbaijiang District.
8、 Jintang County in Ming Dynasty
In the fourth year of Hongwu in Ming Dynasty (1371), Daxia perished. In the Ming Dynasty, Jintang County was still under the jurisdiction of Chengdu Prefecture.
In May 1377, Jintang County was merged into Xindu county.
Hongwu 13 years (1380), the restoration of Jintang County, the county is still in Chengxiang town. In the Ming Dynasty, the inspection department of huaikou town was established in huaikou Town, which is located in the southeast of huaikou town.
9、 Jintang County in Qing Dynasty
In 1644, Zhang Xianzhong established the Daxi political power in Sichuan, and the county was the territory of Daxi political power.
In the third year of Shunzhi (1646), Sichuan was in a period of scuffle among the Ming army, the Qing army, the rest of Li Zicheng's peasant army, and the rest of Zhang Xianzhong's peasant army.
In the ninth year of Shunzhi (1652), most of Sichuan was occupied by Zhang Xianzhong.
In 1658, the Qing army went south and gradually occupied Sichuan and Guizhou. Because of the Ming Dynasty system, Jintang County was established as Chengdu Prefecture.
In 1673, Wu Sangui betrayed the Qing Dynasty, and most of Sichuan fell into Wu's hands.
In 1681, the Qing army recovered the whole Sichuan, and Jintang county still belonged to Chengdu Prefecture.
In the seventh year of Jiaqing (1802), the whole Sichuan Province was divided into five roads. Jintang County was subordinate to Chengdu government of chengmian longmao Road, and the county government was still in Chengxiang town.
10、 Jintang County, Republic of China
On January 1, 1912, the first year of the Republic of China, the Republic of China was founded and Jintang County was still established.
In the second year of the Republic of China (1913), the whole Sichuan was divided into seven roads, and Jintang County was subordinate to Chuanxi road.
In 1914, Xichuan road was changed to Xichuan Road, and Jintang County was subordinate to Xichuan road.
In 1918, the warlords stationed in Sichuan and took charge of the political power, which is called "defense district system". As warlords attacked each other, the defense areas changed from time to time.
In September 1925, Jintang County was the residence of Yang Xiuchun brigade of Deng xihou Department of the 30th Army division.
After the 17th year of the Republic of China (1928), the Dao system was abolished and counties were directly under the provincial government.
In the 24th year of the Republic of China (1935), Sichuan government was unified and the defense zone system ended. The whole Sichuan is divided into 18 administrative supervision districts, and Jintang county belongs to the 13th administrative supervision district.
In 1948, it was transferred to the first administrative supervision district. During the period of the Republic of China, the county government was still in Chengxiang town.
11、 Jintang County, people's Republic of China
On December 27, 1949, Jintang County was liberated; on December 31, 1949, the CPC Jintang County Committee was established; on January 4, 1950, the people's Government of Jintang County was established.
In 1950, Sichuan was divided into four administrative districts. Jintang County was subordinate to Mianyang special district of Western Sichuan administrative office.
In September 1952, the organizational system of Sichuan Province was restored, and Jintang County was still under the jurisdiction of Mianyang district.
In July 1953, it was transferred to Wenjiang District.
In September 1968, Wenjiang District was changed to Wenjiang District, and Jintang was still a county.
On September 24, 1977, Jintang County was assigned to Chengdu City.
On October 28, 1950, the county government moved from Chengxiang town to No. 25, Yulong Street, Zhaozhen town.
On December 10, 1959, Huayan and Datong people's communes were put under the jurisdiction of Chengdu.
On December 17, 1980, Chengxiang District and Taiping District of Jintang County were under the jurisdiction of Qingbaijiang District of Chengdu City. At this point, the formation of Jintang county administrative region.
In 1997, Jintang County, covering an area of 1154 square kilometers, governed 17 towns and 7 townships: Zhao town, Sanxing Town, Qingjiang Town, Guancang Town, huaikou Town, Baiguo Town, Wufeng Town, Jiulong Town, Gaoban Town, Fuxing Town, Jinlong Town, Zhaojia Town, Zhugao Town, Guangxing Town, Longsheng Town, Tuqiao Town, Yunhe Town, Qixian town, Yunxiu Town, Huangjia Town, Sanxi Town, Pingqiao Town, zhuanlong Town, Youxin town. The county government is located in Zhaozhen.
In 1999, Jintang county had jurisdiction over 19 towns and 5 townships: Zhao town, huaikou Town, Penny Town, Tuqiao Town, Wufeng Town, Yunhe Town, Guangxing Town, Gaoban Town, Fuxing Town, Zhaojia Town, Jinlong Town, Baiguo Town, Sanxing town
Chinese PinYin : Si Chuan Sheng Cheng Dou Shi Jin Tang Xian
Jintang County, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province
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