Phước Long Province
Phước Long is a former province of Southeast region of Vietnam. It was established on 22 October 1956 by a presidential decree. It was one of South Vietnam's 22 provinces. It is now part of Bình Phước Province. The province was originally into three districts: Phước Bình, Bù Đốp, and Phước Hòa. In 1961, it was reorganized as four districts: Bố Đức, Phước Bình, Đức Phong and Đôn Luân. The administrative center was in Phước Bình.
- On 23 January 1959, part of Phước Long Province was divided to form Phước Thành Province.
- On 24 July 1961, Phước Hòa District was dissolved to establish Đôn Luân District.
- In 1965 Phú Giáo District of Phước Thành was dissolved into Phước Long Province.
- In 1976 Phước Long province was merged with Bình Dương Province and Bình Long Province to form the new Sông Bé Province.
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