I found newer census data, and some pseudo-divisions, as shown under the "Further subdivisions" heading.
|Short name||TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS|
Turks and Caicos Islands was a dependency of Jamaica until Jamaica became independent, on 1962-08-06. Then it reverted to the status of territory of the United Kingdom.
Turks and Caicos Islands is not completely partitioned into primary subdivisions.
|Turks and Caicos Islands||TC.TC||20,014||430||166||Cockburn Town|
The postal code for all locations in Turks and Caicos Islands, in the U.K. system, is
The census reports (sources , ) break down the population by island. This is not a complete partition of the country's territory; for example, East Caicos and West Caicos are unaccounted for. Source  says the country has six districts. Its list shows all of the following except Parrot Cay.
Each of the islands with Typ="d" in the table has a district commissioner. The rest of Turks and Caicos Islands ("g") is administered directly by the central government.
|Grand Turk||g||2,180||2,287||3,098||3,691||3,976||Cockburn Town|
|Salt Cay||d||448||334||284||208||120||Salt Cay Town|
|South Caicos||d||840||1,018||1,380||1,198||1,063||Cockburn Harbor|
Source , a precursor of the FIPS 10-4 standard, lists the following five divisions of Turks and Caicos Islands. There is no way to determine the territorial extent of each one.
|Blue Hills (Providenciales Island)|
|Bottle Creek (East Caicos)|
|Grand Turk (Capital)|
|Kew (North Caicos Island)|
|Middle Caicos (Grand Caicos Island)|
Turks and Caicos islands consists of two island groups. The larger is Caicos Islands, including Grand Caicos, East Caicos, North Caicos, Providenciales, West Caicos, South Caicos, Ambergris Cays, Long Cay, Seal Cay, and French Cay. To the east, the Turks Islands include Grand Turk (site of the capital) and Salt Cay.
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