List of Colonial Governors in 1981

List Of Colonial Governors In 1981

This is a list of the governors of colonies, protectorates, or other dependencies in 1981. Where applicable, native rulers are also listed.

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List Of Colonial Governors In 1981 - USA
... American Samoa Governor - Peter Tali Coleman, Governor of American Samoa (1978–1985) Guam Governor - Paul McDonald Calvo, Governor of Guam (1979–1983) Puerto Rico Governor - Carlos Romero Barceló, Governor ... Territory of the Pacific Islands (1977–1981) Janet J ... the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (1981–1987) Northern Mariana Islands (autonomous territory) Governor - Carlos S ...

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