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Uma (宇摩郡, Uma-gun?) was a district located in Ehime Prefecture. Due to the mergers, the district dissolved on April 1, 2004. Before the mergers as of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 19,040 with the total area of 165.50 km². History 1878, due to the land reforms, the district created 24 villages. (24 villages) July 1, 1894, the village of Mazaki broke up into the villages of Tenma and Kaburasaki. (25 villages) November 21, 1898, the village of Mishima gained town status to become the town of Mishima. (1 town, 24 villages) December 21, 1898, the village of Kawanoe gained town status to become the town of Kawanoe. (2 towns, 23 villages) January 1, 1913, the village of Kamibun gained town status to become the town of Kamibun. (3 towns, 22 villages) February 11, 1940, the villages of Tsune and Noda merged to become the village of Nagatsu. (3 towns, 21 villages) April 1, 1944, the villages of Nakasone, Nakanoshō, and Shōhaku merged into the town of Mishima. (3 towns, 18 villages) April 3, 1948, the village of Kinsei gained town status to become the town of Kinsei. (4 towns, 17 villages) October 1, 1950, the village of Shōhaku split from the town of Mishima. (4 towns, 18 villages) June 1, 1952, the village of Sankawa gained town status to become the town of Sankawa. (5 towns, 17 villages) March 31, 1954, the village of Futana merges into the town of Kawanoe. (5 towns, 16 villages) March 31, 1954, the villages of Nagatsu, Kofuji, Tenma, Kaburasaki, Doi, and Sekigawa merged to form the town of Doi. (6 towns, 10 villages) March 31, 1954, the villages of Shinritsu and Kamiyama merged to form the village of Shingū. (6 towns, 9 villages) November 11, 1954, the town of Kawanoe, the village of Mendori, the towns of Kamibun, Kinsei, and the villages of Kawataki and Kanada merged to form the city of Kawanoe. (3 towns, 6 villages) November 1, 1954, the town of Mishima, the village of Shōhaku, the town of Sankawa, and the villages of Toyooka, Tomisato, and Kinsha merged to form the city of Iyomishima. (1 town, 2 villages) April 1, 2003, the village of Besshiyama merged into the city of Niihama. (1 town, 1 village) April 1, 2004, the town of Doi and the village of Shingū merged with the old cities of Iyomishima and Kawanoe to form the new city of Shikokuchūō. Uma District dissolved as a result. See also List of dissolved districts of Japan This Ehime Prefecture location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e