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Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, France - St Pierre and Miquelon - The Treaty of Paris (1814) gave them back to France, though Britain occupied them yet again during the Hundred Days War.
France then reclaimed the then uninhabited islands in which all structures and buildings had been destroyed or fallen into disrepair. The islands were resettled in 1816. The settlers were mostly Basques, Bretons and Normans, who were joined by various other elements, particularly from the nearby island of Newfoundland.
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