Superior Council

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São Paulo School Of Arts And Crafts - History
... Since then, however, there was already a Superior Council (chaired by the Director Leôncio de Carvalho) which represented the elite of Sao Paulo at that period ... After seven years, the Superior Council decided to completely reformulate the institution and turn it into a technical school ... Belgium an entrepreneurial spirit that would meet the interests of the Superior Council ...
Governor Of New France
... Prior to the establishment of the 1663 Sovereign Council, the highest positions in New France were that of Governor and Lieutenant-General, which ... police, and finance was given to the Intendant, who presided over the Sovereign Council ... Castle Hill • List of Forts Government Canada (Governor General, Intendant, Sovereign Council, Bishop of Quebec, Governor of Trois-Rivières, Governor of Montreal) • Acadia (Governor ...
Chemin Du Roy - External Link / Source
... Forts Government Canada (Governor General, Intendant, Sovereign Council, Bishop of Quebec, Governor of Trois-Rivières, Governor of Montreal) • Acadia (Governor, Lieutenant-Ge ...
Carib Expulsion - History
... Canada (Governor General, Intendant, Sovereign Council, Bishop of Quebec, Governor of Trois-Rivières, Governor of Montreal) • Acadia (Governor, Lieutenant-General) • Newfoundland ...

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