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High Commissioner of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands

 

High Commissioner of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands

The seal of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands and its High Commissioner

The following is a list of the High Commissioners of the United Nations Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, administered by the United States.

Contents

  • Military Governors 1
  • High Commissioners 2
  • Director of the Office of Transition 3
  • Palau 4
  • See also 5
  • Notes 6
  • External links 7

Military Governors

# Name From To
1 John H. Hoover March 1944 June 19, 1944
2 Chester W. Nimitz June 19, 1944 November 24, 1945
3 Raymond A. Spruance November 24, 1945 February 3, 1946
4 John H. Towers February 3, 1946 February 28, 1947
5 Louis E. Denfeld February 28, 1947 July 18, 1947

High Commissioners

# Name From To
1 Louis E. Denfeld July 18, 1947 April 17, 1948
2 DeWitt Clinton Ramsey April 17, 1948 May 1, 1949
3 Arthur W. Radford May 1, 1949 January 6, 1951
4 Elbert D. Thomas January 6, 1951 February 11, 1953
5 Frank E. Midkiff March 13, 1953 September 1, 1954
6 Delmas H. Nucker September 1, 1954[1] May 1, 1961
7 Maurice W. Goding May 1, 1961 May 27, 1966
8 William R. Norwood May 27, 1966[2] May 1, 1969
9 Edward E. Johnston May 1, 1969 July 1, 1976
10 Peter Tali Coleman[3] July 1, 1976 July 9, 1977
11 Adrian P. Winkel July 9, 1977 1981
12 Janet J. McCoy December, 1981 July 10, 1987

Director of the Office of Transition

# Name From To
1 Charles D.Jordan November 3, 1987 September 30, 1991

Palau

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Acting to November, 1956
  2. ^ Acting to August 1, 1966
  3. ^ Acting

External links

  • World Statesmen - Micronesia (Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands)
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