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Arthur Emerson

Arthur Tenney Emerson was the 21st Governor of American Samoa from April 22, 1931 to July 17, 1931.[1] He attended Dartmouth College before being appointed to the United States Naval Academy from Massachusetts, graduating in 1916.[2][3] He married Gertrude Childs in 1921 aboard the USS Utah (BB-31) in Naples, Italy.[2] He served in World War I,[2] before receiving appointment to the governorship for a brief time.


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