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Québec (Province)

LC control no.n 80001244
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingQuébec (Province)
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Geographic subdivision usageQuébec (Province)
Variant(s)Kempek (Province)
Canada East
Province de Québec
Province of Québec
Provinsie van Quebec
Kvebek (Province)
Правінцыя Квебек
Pravintsyi︠a︡ Kvebek
Квебек (Province)
Κεμπέκ (Province)
Kebekio (Province)
Kebek (Province)
퀘벡 주
Kʻwebek (Province)
Kupaik (Province)
קוויבק (Province)
Ḳṿibeḳ (Province)
Quebecum (Province)
Kvebeka (Province)
Kvebekas (Province)
Kébeki (Province)
Кэбэк (Province)
ケベック (Province)
Kebekku (Province)
Provincia Québec
קוויבעק (Province)
Kvebeks (Province)
魁北克 (Province)
Kuibeike (Province)
Kui bei ke (Province)
See alsoLower Canada
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Associated countryCanada
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inNLC 4/4/80 (AACR 1 & 2: Québec (Province))
La communauté grecque du Québec, 1983: added t.p. (Kempek)
Summarized from the collection Statutes, treaties and documents of the Canadian constitution, 1713-1929, 2nd ed., 1930: (The Province of Quebec was created by George III by royal proclamation on 7 Oct. 1763. It was abolished in 1791; in its stead were created the provinces Lower Canada and Upper Canada. (Cf. The Constitutional Act 1791 (31 Geo. III, c. 31)) In 1841 the two provinces were merged under the name Province of Canada. (Cf. The Union Act (3 & 4 Vic., c. 35)) The areas formerly constituting these two provinces continued to be referred to as Lower Canada and Upper Canada, or Canada East and Canada West respectively. In 1867 the provinces of Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia were united to form the Dominion of Canada. The Province of Canada ceased to exist. The part within the abolished Province of Canada which formerly (1791-1840) constituted the Province of Lower Canada constitutes since 1867 the Province of Quebec; the part which formerly constituted the Province of Upper Canada constitutes since 1867 the Province of Ontario. (Cf. The British North America Act 1867 (30 & 31 Vic., c. 3))
Wikipedia, May 17, 2011 (Quebec; French: Québec) Afrikaans page (Province de Québec; Province of Québec; Provinsie van Quebec) Azerbaijani page (Kvebek [in rom.]) Belarusian page (Правінцыя Квебек = Pravintsyi︠a︡ Kvebek; Квебек = Kvebek) Bulgarian page (Квебек = Kvebek) Greek page (Κεμπέκ = Kempek) Esperanto page (Kebekio) West Frisian page (Kebek) Korean page (퀘벡 주 = Kʻwebek-ju) Inuktitut page (kupaik [in rom.]) Hebrew page (קוויבק = Ḳṿibeḳ) Latin page (Quebecum) Latvian page (Kvebeka) Lithuanian page (Kvebekas) Lingala page (Kébeki) Mongolian page (Кэбэк = Kėbėk) Japanese page (ケベック州 = Kebekku-shū) Romanian page (Provincia Québec) Yiddish page (קוויבעק = Ḳṿibeḳ) Samogitian page (Kvebeks) Chinese page (魁北克 = Kuibeike)
Equivalent(s)Québec (Province)
National bib agency no.0000J0010E
Geographic area coden-cn-qu
Invalid LCCNsh 85109770
Quality codenlc