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Historical Development Of Church Of England Dioceses - Details of Cathedrals and Their Foundation - Colonial Dioceses
1787 First colonial diocese (founded 11 August 1787) – originally covered all British North America ... City Calcutta, India 1814 Jurisdiction originally included all of the Indian subcontinent and Australasia ... Paul's, Kolkata Barbados 1824 Originally one of two Caribbean dioceses ...
List Of North American Numbering Plan Area Codes - 300-399
... Cumberland, and land line telephones in all of western Maryland) Originally covered all of Maryland split in 1991 to create 410. 303 Colorado (Denver, Boulder, Longmont, Aurora, Golden, Limon, Centennial central Colorado) Originally covered all of Colorado split to create 719 (1988) and 970 (1995) ... Originally covered all of Florida split to create 813 (1953), 904 (1965), 407 (1988), 954 (1995) ...
List Of North American Numbering Plan Area Codes - 900-999
... Originally covered all of Tennessee split to create 615 (1954) and 731 (2001) ... (the Sacramento Metropolitan Area) Originally covered about one-third of California ... Clatsop County and Tillamook County, originally excluded from the overlay, were added to it in 2008 ...
List Of North American Numbering Plan Area Codes - 200-299
... Bayonne, Ridgewood, Union City, Teaneck, New Milford, and most of northeastern New Jersey) Originally covered all of New Jersey ... Connecticut (Bridgeport, Danbury, New Haven, Waterbury, and southwestern Connecticut) Originally covered all of Connecticut split in 1995 to create 860 ... Tuscaloosa, and parts of western and central Alabama) Originally covered all of Alabama split to create 334 (1995) and 256 (1998) ...

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