Historical sketch of the naval administration of the Government of American Samoa: April 17, 1900-July 1, 1951

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U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1952 - History - 39 pages
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Contents

Political Development
1
Medicine and Public Health
13
Educational Development
27

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Abarenda agriculture aigas Ameri American Sa American Samoa among the Samoans Annual Fono Apia appointed April April 17 April 24 April 30 Aunuu authority Barstow Foundation Board Board of Education Capt Captain Sebree cation cerning cession Chief Justice cial civilian Commander Tilley Commission Congress copra dant December 31 deed of cession developed district governors ditional duty effort Elemen English language enlisted eral ernment ernor established Executive Order Fagatogo February February 19 Fiji Islands filariasis Fita Fita Guard Flag Day form of government funds glish Government of American Governor of Guam Governor Stearns grade Guard and Band handicraft high chiefs high court high school Honolulu hookworm hospital corpsmen However Hungerford Island Government island of Tutuila January 15 July land lavalavas legislative legislative council London Missionary Society Manu'a March 18 Marine Corps Reserve Marist Brothers Marist Sisters Matai ment moan Mormon Native naval administration Naval Governor naval officer naval station Navy Department nurses organization Pacific Pacific Islands Pago Pago Harbor papaya personnel Phelps Phelps pital plantations poll tax Poyer public health public school recommended request roads Samoan culture Samoan custom Samoan Hospital Samoan Industry Samoan language Samoan leaders Savai'i school system Secretary September 18 South Pacific area state-side Suva Ta'u tary taxes teachers tion tive transportation Tutuila and Manu'a U. S. Navy United United States Congress United States Navy University of Hawaii Upolu Uriel Sebree Vernon Huber village vocational education western civilization Western Samoa World War II

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