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List of governors of dependent territories in the 19th century

Territorial governors in the 18th centuryTerritorial governors in the 20th centuryColonial and territorial governors by year

This is a list of territorial governors in the 19th century (1801–1900), such as the administrators of colonies, protectorates, or other dependencies. Where applicable, native rulers are also listed.

A dependent territory is normally a territory that does not possess full political independence or sovereignty as a sovereign state yet remains politically outside of the controlling state's integral area.[1] The administrators of uninhabited territories are excluded.

Denmark

Denmark–Norway, Denmark
Danish colonial empire
  • Wilhelm Anton Lindemann, Governor general (1799–1801)
  • Casimir Wilhelm von Scholten, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1800–1801)
  • John Clayton Cowell, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1801–1802). British occupation.
  • Ernst Frederik von Walterstorff, Governor general (1802)
  • Baltharzar Frederik Mühlenfels, Governor general (1802–1807)
  • Willum von Rømeling, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1802–1803)
  • Casimir Wilhelm von Scholten, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1803–1807)
  • Hans Christopher Lillienskjøld, Governor general (1807)
  • Henry Bowyer, Governor general (1807–1808)
  • Governor McLean, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1807–1815). British occupation.
  • Christian Ludvig von Holten, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1815–1818)
  • Christian Ludvig von Holten, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1820)
  • Peter Carl Frederik von Scholten, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1820)
  • Carl Gottlieb Fleischer, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1820–1822)
  • Johan Frederik Bardenfleth, Governor general (1822–1827)
  • Frederik Ludvig Christian Pentz Rosenørn, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1829–1834)
  • Frederik von Oxholm, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1834–1836)
  • Johannes Söbötker, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1836–1848)
  • Frederik von Oxholm, acting Governor general (1848)
  • Peder Hansen, Government Commissioner (1848–1851)
  • Frederik von Oxholm, Governor of St. Thomas, St. John (1848–1852)
  • Hans Ditmar Frederik Feddersen, Governor general (1851–1855)
  • Johan Frederik Schlegel, Governor general (1855–1861)
  • Vilhelm Ludvig Birch, Governor general (1861–1871)
  • John Christmas, Governor general (1871)
  • Frantz Ernst Bille, acting Governor general (1871–1872)
  • Johan August Stakeman, acting Governor general (1872)
  • Janus August Garde, Governor general (1872–1881)
  • Christian Henrik Arendrup, Governor general (1881–1893)
  • Carl Emil Hedemann, Governor general (1893–1903)

France

French First Republic, First French Empire, Bourbon Restoration, July Monarchy, French Second Republic, French Second Empire, French Third Republic
  • Soane Malia Musulamu, King (c.1887–1929)
  • Lutotio, King (c.1889)
  • Savelio Keletaona, King (late 19th century)
  • Mateo Tamole, King (19th/20th century)
  • Toviko Keletaona, King (19th/20th century)

Germany

German Empire
German colonial empire

Netherlands

Batavian Republic, Kingdom of Holland, United Kingdom of the Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands
Dutch colonial empire

Asia

Oman

Al Said of Oman
  • Salim ibn Ahmad al-Mazru‘i, Wali (1826–1835)
  • Nasur ibn Ahmad al-Mazru‘i, Wali (March 1835–1836)
  • Rashid ibn Salim al-Mazru‘i, Wali (1836–1837)
  • Khamis ibn Rashid al-Mazru‘i, Wali (1837)
  • Abdallah ibn Hamish al-Mazru‘i, Wali (1837–1860)
  • Mubarrak ibn Rashid al-Mazru‘i, Wali (1860–1873)
  • Rashid ibn Hamish al-Mazru‘i, Wali (1873–1895)

Portugal

Kingdom of Portugal, United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves
Portuguese colonial empire
  • Francisco Guedes de Carvalho Meneses da Costa, Governor (1797–1801)
  • Isidro de Sousa e Sá, Governor (1801–1805)
  • Francisco de Paula de Albuquerque do Amaral Cardoso, Governor (1805–1807)
  • Provisional administration, (1807–14 August 1809)
  • António Manuel de Melo e Castro de Mendonça, Governor (1809–1812)
  • Marcos Caetano de Abreu e Meneses, Governor (1812–1817)
  • José Francisco de Paula Cavalcanti de Albuquerque, Governor (1817–1818)
  • Provisional administration, (1818–November 1819)
  • João da Costa M. Brito-Sanches, Governor (1819–1821)
  • Provisional administration, (1821–June 1824)
  • João Manuel da Silva, Governor (1824–1825)
  • Sebastião Xavier Botelho, Governor (1825–1829)
  • Paulo José Miguel de Brito, Governor (1829–1832)
  • Provisional administration, (1832–March 1834)
  • José Gregório Pegado, Governor (1834–1836)
  • Provisional administration, (1836–March 1837)
  • António José de Melo, Governor general (1837)
  • João Carlos Augusto de Oeynhausen e Gravenburg, marquês de Aracaty, Governor general (1837–1838)
  • Juiz A. de Ramalho de Sá, President of the Governing council (1838–1840)
  • Joaquim Pereira Marinho, Governor general (1840–1841)
  • João da Costa Xavier, Governor general (1841–1843)
  • Rodrigo Luciano de Abreu e Lima, Governor general (1843–1847)
  • Domingos Fortunato de Vale, Governor general (1847–1851)
  • Joaquim Pinto de Magalhães, Governor general (1851–1854)
  • Vasco Guedes de Carvalho e Meneses, Acting Governor general (1854–1857)
  • João Tavares d'Almeida, Governor general (1857–1864)
  • Cândido M. Montes, President of the Governing council (1864)
  • M. António do Canto e Castro, Governor general (1864–1867)
  • António Augusto de Almeida Portugal Correia de Lacerda, Governor general (1867–1868)
  • M.N.P. de Ataíde e Azevedo, President of the Governing council (1868–1869)
  • António Tavares de Almeida, Governor general (1869)
  • Fernão da Costa Leal, Governor general (1869)
  • Juiz E. K. da Fonseca e Gouveia, President of the Governing council (1869–1870)
  • Inácio A. Alves, Acting Governor general (1870)
  • José Rodrigues Coelho do Amaral, Governor general (1870–1873)
  • Juiz J. M. Crispiniano da Fonseca, President of the Governing council (1873–1874)
  • José Guedes de Carvalho e Meneses, Governor general (1874–1877)
  • Francisco Maria da Cunha, Governor general (1877–1880)
  • Augusto César Rodrigues Sarmento, Acting Governor general (1880–1881)
  • Carlos Eugénio Correia da Silva, visconde de Paço d'Arcos, Governor general (1881–1882)
  • J. d'Almeida d'Avila, Acting Governor general (1882)
  • Agostinho Coelho, Governor general (1882–1885)
  • D. Henrique Real da Silva, President of the Governing council (1885)
  • Augusto Vidal de Castilho Barreto e Noronha, Governor general (1885–1889)
  • José Joaquim d'Almeida, Acting Governor general (1889)
  • José António de Brissac das Neves Ferreira, Governor general (1889–1890)
  • Joaquim José Machado, Governor general (1890–1891)
  • Raphael Jácome Lopes de Andrade, Governor general (1891–1893)
  • Francisco Teixeira da Silva, Governor general (1893–1894)
  • J. Correia e Lança, Acting Governor general (1894)
  • Fernão de Magalhães e Meneses, Governor general (1894–1895)
  • António José Enes -Commissioner, Governor general (1895)
  • J. Correia e Lança, Acting Governor general (1896)
  • Joaquim Mousinho de Albuquerque, Governor general (1896–1897)
  • Baltasar Freire Cabral, Acting Governor general (1897–1898)
  • Carlos Alberto Schultz Xavier, Governor general (1898)
  • Álvaro António Ferreira, Governor general (1898–1900)
  • Júlio José, marqués da Costa, Governor general (1900)
  • Joaquim José Machado, Governor general (1900)
  • Manuel Rafael Gorjão, Governor general (1900–1902)
  • João Baptista de Silva, Governor (1799–1802)
  • Gabriel António Franco de Castro, Governor (1802–1805)
  • Luís Joaquim Lisboa, Governor (1805–1817)
  • Filipe de Freitas, Governor (1817–1824)
  • João Maria Xavier de Brito, Governor (1824–1830)
  • Joaquim Bento da Fonseca, Governor (1830–1834)
  • Provisional government (1834–1836)
  • Fernando Correia Henriques de Noronha, Acting Governor (1836–1837)
  • Leandro José da Costa, Governor (1837–1838)
  • José Joaquim de Urbanski, Governor (1838–1839)
  • Bernardo José de Sousa Soares de Andréa, Governor (1839–1843)
  • Leandro José da Costa, Governor (1843)
  • José Maria Marquês, Governor (1843–1846)
  • Chamber Senate (1846–1847)
  • Carlos Augusto de Morais e Almeida, Governor (1847)
  • Chamber Senate (1847–1848)
  • José Caetano René Vimont Pessoa, Governor (1848–1849)
  • Leandro José da Costa, Governor (1849–1851)
  • José Maria Marquês, Governor (1851–1853)
  • Francisco José da Pina Rolo, Governor (1853–1855)
  • Adriano Maria Passaláqua, Governor (1855–1857)
  • Chamber Senate (1857–1858)
  • Francisco António Correia, Governor (1858)
  • Chamber Senate (1858–1859)
  • Luís José Pereira e Horta, Governor (1859–1860)
  • José Pedro de Melo, Governor (1860–1862)
  • Chamber Senate (1862)
  • José Eduardo da Costa Moura, Governor (1862–1863)
  • João Baptista Brunachy, Governor (1863–1864)
  • Estanislau Xavier de Assunção e Almeida, Governor (1864–1865)
  • João Baptista Brunachy, Governor (1865–1867)
  • António Joaquim da Fonseca, Governor (1867)
  • Estanislau Xavier de Assunção e Almeida, Governor (1867–1869)
  • Pedro Carlos de Aguiar Craveiro Lopes, Governor (1869–1872)
  • João Clímaco de Carvalho, Governor (1872–1873)
  • Gregório José Ribeiro, Governor (1873–1876)
  • Estanislau Xavier de Assunção e Almeida, Governor (1876–1879)
  • Francisco Joaquim Ferreira do Amaral, Governor (1879)
  • Custódio Miguel de Borja, Acting Governor, Governor (1879–1880)
  • Vicente Pinheiro Lôbo Machado de Melo e Almada, Governor (1880–1881)
  • Augusto Maria Leão, Acting Governor (1881–1882)
  • Francisco Teixeira da Silva, Governor (1882)
  • Custódio Miguel de Borja, Governor (1884–1886)
  • Augusto César Rodrigues Sarmento, Governor (1886–1890)
  • Firmino José da Costa, Governor (1890–1891)
  • Francisco Eugénio Pereira de Miranda, Governor (1891–1894)
  • Jaime Lobo Brito Godins, Acting Governor (1894–1895)
  • Cipriano Leite Pereira Jardim, Governor (1895–1897)
  • Joaquim da Graça Correia e Lança, Governor (1897–1899)
  • Amâncio de Alpoim Cerqueira Borges Cabral, Governor (1899–1901)

Spain

Bourbon Spain, Kingdom of Spain, First Spanish Republic, Bourbon Restoration
Spanish colonial empire
  • Francisco Javier de Viana, Governor (1800–1801)
  • Ramón Fernández Villegas, Governor (1801–1802)
  • Bernardo Bonavía, Governor (1802–1803)
  • Antonio Leal de Ibarra, Governor (1803–1804)
  • Bernardo Bonavía, Governor (1804–1805)
  • Antonio Leal de Ibarra, Governor (1805–1806)
  • Bernardo Bonavía, Governor (1806–1809)
  • Gerardo Bordas, Governor (1809–1810)
  • Pablo Guillén, Governor (1810–1811)

United Kingdom

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
British colonial empire

British isles

  • Robert Porrett Le Marchant, Bailiff (1800–1810)
  • Peter De Havilland, Bailiff (1810–1821)
  • Daniel De Lisle Brock, Bailiff (1821–1843)
  • Jean Guille, Bailiff (1843–1845)
  • Peter Stafford Carey, Bailiff (1845–1883)
  • John de Havilland Utermarck, Bailiff (1883–1884)
  • Edgar McCulloch, Bailiff (1884–1895)
  • Thomas Godfrey Carey, Bailiff (1895–1902)[3]

Caribbean

  • Governors of Barbados and the Windward Islands
  • William Bishop, Acting Governor (1800–1801)
  • Francis Mackenzie, Governor (1802–1806)
  • John Spooner, Acting Governor (1806–1810)
  • George Beckwith, Governor (1810–1815)
  • James Leith, Governor (1815–1816)
  • John Foster Alleyne, Acting Governor (1817)
  • Stapleton Cotton, Governor (1817–1820)
  • John Brathwaite Skeete, Acting Governor (1820)
  • Samuel Hinds, Acting Governor (1821)
  • Henry Warde, Governor (1821–1829)
  • James Lyon, Governor (1829–1833)
Governorship and colony combined with that of British Windward Islands (1833–1885)
  • William Bodden, Chief magistrate (1776–1823)
  • James Coe the Elder, Chief magistrate (1823–1829)
  • John Drayton, Chief magistrate (1829–1842)
  • James Coe the Younger, Chief magistrate (1842–1855)
  • William Eden, Chief magistrate (1855–1879)
  • William Bodden Webster, Chief magistrate (1879–1888)
  • Edmund Parsons, Chief magistrate (1888–1898)
  • Frederick Shedden Sanguinnetti, Commissioner (1898–1907)
  • Daniel Thomas Smith, Commissioner (1874-1878)
  • Edward Noel Walker, Commissioner (1878)
  • Robert Baxter Llewelyn, Commissioner (1878-1883)
  • Frederick Shedden Sanguinetti, Commissioner (1883-1885)
  • Henry Moore Jackson, Commissioner (1885-1888)
  • Alexis Wynns Harriott, Commissioner (1888-1891)
  • Henry Huggins, Commissioner (1891-1893)
  • Edward John Cameron, Commissioner (1893-1899)
  • Geoffrey Peter St. Aubyn, Commissioner (1899-1901)
  • Edward John Cameron, Administrator (1887–1894)
  • Alexander R. Mackay, Administrator (1894–1896)
  • Nathaniel George Cookman, Administrator (1896–1903)

See also "Barbados and the British Windward Islands" above.

Mediterranean

North America

Oceania

  • George Beckwith, Governor (1798–1803)
  • Henry Tucker, Governor (1803–1805)
  • Francis Gore, Lieutenant governor (1805–1806)
  • Henry Tucker, Governor (1806)
  • John Hodgson, Governor (1806–1810)
  • Samuel Trott, Governor (1810–1811)
  • James Cockburn, Governor (1811–1812)
  • William Smith, Governor (1812)
  • George Horsford, Lieutenant governor (1812–1816)
  • James Cockburn, Governor (1814–1816)
  • William Smith, Governor (1816–1817)
  • James Cockburn, Governor (1817–1819)
  • William Smith, Governor (1819)
  • William Lumley, Governor (1819–1822)
  • William Smith, Governor (1822–1823)
  • William Lumley, Governor (1823–1825)
  • William Smith, Governor (1825–1826)
  • Hilgrove Turner, Governor (1826–1829)
  • Robert Kennedy, Acting Governor (1829)
  • Hilgrove Turner, Governor (1829–1830)
  • Robert Kennedy, Acting Governor (1830)
  • Hilgrove Turner, Governor (1830–1832)
  • Stephen Chapman, Governor (1832–1835)
  • Henry G. Hunt, Acting Governor (1835)
  • Robert Kennedy, Governor (1835–1836)
  • Stephen Chapman, Governor (1836–1839)
  • William Reid, Governor (1839–1846)
  • William N. Hutchinson, Acting Governor (1846)
  • Charles Elliot, Governor (1846–1852)
  • W. Hassell Eden, Acting Governor (1852–1853)
  • George Philpots, Acting Governor (1853)
  • Soulden Oakley, Acting Governor (1853)
  • Thomas C. Robe, Acting Governor (1853)
  • Soulden Oakley, Acting Governor (1853)
  • Charles Elliot, Governor (1853–1854)
  • Montgomery Williams, Acting Governor (1854)
  • Freeman Murray, Governor (1854–1859)
  • AT. Heniphill, Acting Governor (1859)
  • William Munroe, Governor (1859–1860)
  • Freeman Murray, Governor (1860–1861)
  • Harry Ord, Governor (1861–1864)
  • William Munroe, Acting Governor (1864)
  • W.H. Hamley, Lieutenant governor (1864–1865)
  • Harry St. George Ord, Governor (1865–1866)
  • W.H. Hamley, Lieutenant governor (1866–1867)
  • Arnold Thompson, Acting Governor (1867)
  • Frederick Chapman, Governor (1867–1870)
  • W. F. Brett, Lieutenant governor (1870)
  • John Henry Lefroy, Governor (1871–1877)
  • Robert Michael Laffan,[5] Governor (1877–1882)
  • Thomas L. J. Gallwey, Governor (1882–1888)
  • Edward Newdegate, Governor (1888–1891)
  • Thomas Lyons, Governor (1892–1896)
  • George Digby Barker, Governor (1896–1901)
Became a British colony in 1838

United States of America

Territories in North America

Northwest Territories

  • Indiana Territory (1800-1816) Became western Michigan Territory (1805), Illinois Territory (1809), and the State of Indiana.
  • Illinois Territory (1809-1818) Became the State of Illinois, and part of the Michigan Territory.
  • Wisconsin Territory (1836-1849) Became the Iowa Territory (1838), and the State of Wisconsin, with a portion becoming part of the Minnesota Territory.

District of Columbia

  • Daniel Reintzel, Mayor of Georgetown (1795-1804)[33]
  • Thomas Corcoran, Mayor of Georgetown (1805-1806)[33]
  • Daniel Reintzel, Mayor of Georgetown (1806-1807)[33]
  • Thomas Corcoran, Mayor of Georgetown (1808-1810)[33]
  • David Wiley, Mayor of Georgetown (1811-1812)[33]
  • Thomas Corcoran, Mayor of Georgetown (1812-1813)[34][33]
  • John Peter, Mayor of Georgetown (1813-1818)[33]
  • Henry Foxall, Mayor of Georgetown (1819-1820)[33]
  • John Peter, Mayor of Georgetown (1820-1822)[33]
  • John Cox, Mayor of Georgetown (1823-1845)[33]
  • Henry Addison (1845-1857)[33]
  • Richard R. Crawford, Mayor of Georgetown (1857-1861)[33]
  • Henry Addison, Mayor of Georgetown (1861-1867)[33]
  • Charles D. Welch, Mayor of Georgetown (1867-1869)[33]
  • Henry M. Sweeney, Mayor of Georgetown (1869-1871)[33]

Mississippi Territory

  • Winthrop Sargent, 1st Governor in and over the Mississippi Territory (May 7, 1798 – May 25, 1801)[35]
  • John Steele, Secretary, exercising the powers, and performing the duties of Governor of the Mississippi Territory (7 May 1801 - 23 Nov 1801)[35]
  • William C. C. Claiborne, 2nd Governor in and over the Mississippi Territory (May 25, 1801 – March 1, 1803)[35]
  • Cato West, Secretary, exercising the powers, and performing the duties of Governor of the Mississippi Territory (2 Oct 1804 - 10 May 1805)[35]
  • Robert Williams, 3rd Governor in and over the Mississippi Territory (10 May 1805 - 3 Mar 1809)[35]
  • Thomas Hill Williams, Secretary of the Mississippi Territory, exercising the powers, and performing the duties of Governor thereof (3 Mar 1809 - 30 Jun 1809)[35]
  • David Holmes, 4th Governor in and over the Mississippi Territory (30 Jun 1809 - 7 Oct 1817)[35]

Louisiana Purchase

  • Louisiana Territory organized incorporated territory (July 4, 1805-June 4, 1812) Became Missouri Territory.
  • Missouri Territory organized incorporated territory (June 4, 1812 until August 10, 1821) Became the State of Missouri and the rest unorganized
  • Benjamin Howard, 1st Territorial governor of Missouri (June 4, 1812 — October 31, 1812)[43]
  • Lieutenant William Clark, 2nd Territorial governor of Missouri (July 1, 1813 — September 18, 1820)[44]
  • Arkansas Territory organized incorporated territory (March 2, 1819, to June 15, 1836) (Also called Arkansaw Territory) became the State of Arkansas and unorganized Indian Territory.
  • William B. Conway, interim territorial governor (July 4, 1838 — August 15, 1838)[47]
  • Robert Lucas, 1st territorial governor of Iowa (August 15, 1838 – May 13, 1841)[48]
  • John Chambers, 2nd territorial governor of Iowa (May 13, 1841 — November 18, 1845)[49]
  • James Clarke, 3rd territorial governor of Iowa (November 18, 1845 — December 3, 1846)[50]
  • Andrew Horatio Reeder, 1st Governor of the Territory of Kansas (July 7, 1854 – August 16, 1855)[51]
  • Wilson Shannon, 2nd Governor of the Territory of Kansas (September 7, 1855 – August 18, 1856)[52]
  • John W. Geary, 3rd Governor of the Territory of Kansas (September 9, 1856 – March 20, 1857)[53]
  • Robert J. Walker, 4th Governor of the Territory of Kansas (May 27, 1857 – December 15, 1857)[54]
  • James W. Denver, 5th Governor of the Territory of Kansas (December 1857 – November 1858)[55]
  • Samuel Medary, 6th Governor of the Territory of Kansas (December 1858 – December 1860)[56]
  • Francis Burt, 1st Governor of Nebraska Territory (October 16, 1854 — October 18, 1854)[57]
  • Thomas B. Cuming, acting governor (October 18, 1854 — February 23, 1855)[58]
  • Mark W. Izard, 2nd Governor of Nebraska Territory (February 23, 1855 — October 25, 1857)[59]
  • Thomas B. Cuming, acting governor (October 25, 1857 — January 12, 1858)[60]
  • William Alexander Richardson, 3rd Governor of Nebraska Territory (January 12, 1858 — December 5, 1858)[61]
  • J. Sterling Morton, acting governor (December 5, 1858 — May 2, 1859)[62]
  • Samuel W. Black, 4th Governor of Nebraska Territory (May 2, 1859 — February 24, 1861)[63]
  • J. Sterling Morton (acting governor (February 24, 1861 — March 6, 1861)
  • Algernon S. Paddock, (acting governor (March 6, 1861 — May 15, 1861)[64]
  • Alvin Saunders, 5th Governor of Nebraska Territory (May 15, 1861 — March 1, 1867)[65]
  • Indian Territory (1834–1907) Unorganized semi-sovereign territory of United States Merged with Oklamhoma Territory to become the State of Oklahoma.
  • Unorganized, did not have governors
  • Brigadier general John Milton Thayer, 2nd Governor of Wyoming Territory (March 1, 1875 – April 10, 1878)[72]
  • John Wesley Hoyt, 3rd Governor of Wyoming Territory (April 10, 1878 — August 22, 1882)[73]
  • William Hale, 4th Governor of Wyoming Territory (July 18, 1882 — January 13, 1885)[74]
  • Elliot S. N. Morgan, Acting Governor of Wyoming Territory (January 13, 1885 — February 28, 1885)[75]
  • Francis E. Warren, 5th Governor of Wyoming Territory (February 28, 1885 — November 11, 1886)[76]
  • George W. Baxter, 6th Governor of Wyoming Territory (November 11, 1886 – December 20, 1886)[77]
  • Elliot S. N. Morgan, acting Governor of Wyoming Territory (December 20, 1886 — January 24, 1887)
  • Colonel Thomas Moonlight, 7th Governor of Wyoming Territory (January 24, 1887 — April 9, 1889)[78]
  • Francis E. Warren, 8th Governor of Wyoming Territory (April 9, 1889 — October 11, 1890)[79]

North Pacific Coast and Rocky Mountains

  • Joseph Lane, 1st Governor of the Territory of Oregon (March 3, 1849 – June 18, 1850)
  • Kintzing Prichette, 2nd Governor of the Territory of Oregon (June 18, 1850 – August 18, 1850)
  • John P. Gaines, 3rd Governor of the Territory of Oregon (August 18, 1850 – May 16, 1853)
  • Joseph Lane, acting Governor of the Territory of Oregon (May 16, 1853 — May 19, 1853)
  • George Law Curry, acting Governor of the Territory of Oregon (May 19, 1853 — December 2, 1853)
  • John Wesley Davis, 4th Governor of the Territory of Oregon (May 14, 1853 – August 1, 1854)
  • George Law Curry, 5th Governor of the Territory of Oregon (August 1, 1854 – March 3, 1859) Acting governor until 14 Dec 1854.
  • Brigadier general Isaac Stevens, 1st Governor of the Territory of Washington (November 25, 1853 – August 11, 1857)
  • Fayette McMullen, 2nd Governor of the Territory of Washington (September 10, 1857 – July 15, 1859)
  • Richard D. Gholson, 3rd Governor of the Territory of Washington (March 5, 1859 – March 4, 1861)[82]
  • William H. Wallace, 4th Governor of the Territory of Washington, (Appointed April 9, 1861, but did not take office)[83]
  • William Pickering, 5th Governor of the Territory of Washington (June 1862 – January 8, 1867)
  • George Edward Cole, 6th Governor of the Territory of Washington (January 8, 1867 – March 4, 1867)
  • Colonel Marshall F. Moore, 7th Governor of the Territory of Washington (August 26, 1867 – April 5, 1869)
  • Alvan Flanders, 8th Governor of the Territory of Washington (April 5, 1869 – March 4, 1870)
  • Lieutenant colonel Edward S. Salomon, 9th Governor of the Territory of Washington (March 4, 1870 – April 26, 1872)
  • Elisha P. Ferry, 10th Governor of the Territory of Washington (April 26, 1872 – November 1, 1880)
  • William A. Newell, 11th Governor of the Territory of Washington (November 1, 1880 – July 2, 1884)
  • Watson C. Squire, 12th Governor of the Territory of Washington (July 2, 1884 – April 9, 1887)
  • Eugene Semple, 13th Governor of the Territory of Washington (April 9, 1887 – April 9, 1889)
  • Miles Conway Moore, 14th Governor of the Territory of Washington (April 9, 1889 – November 11, 1889)
  • William Hanson Wallace, 1st Governor of the Territory of Idaho (March 10, 1863 – February 1, 1864)
  • William B. Daniels, acting governor (1 Dec 1863 - 1 Aug 1864)
  • Caleb Lyon, 2nd Governor of the Territory of Idaho (26 Feb 1864 - 10 Apr 1866) arrived 1 Aug 1864
  • Clinton DeWitt Smith, acting for Lyons (14 Jun 1865 - 19 Aug 1865)
  • Horace C. Gilson, acting of Lyons (4 Sep 1865 - 10 Apr 1866)
  • David W. Ballard, 3rd Governor of the Territory of Idaho (10 Apr 1866 - 1 Jul 1870)[85] suspended Mar 1867 - Dec 1867
  • Edward J. Curtis, acting governor (30 Mar 1870 - 19 Apr 1871)
  • Samuel Bard, did not take office (30 Mar 1870 - 7 Jun 1870)
  • Gilman Marston, did not take office (7 Jun 1870 - 12 Jun 1870)
  • Alexander Hamilton Conner, did not take office (12 Jun 1870 - 15 Mar 1871)
  • Ebenezer Dumont, did not take office (15 Mar 1871 - 19 Apr 1871)
  • Thomas Meade Bowen, governor (19 Apr 1871 - 5 Sep 1871)
  • Edward J. Curtis, governor (5 Sep 1871 - 24 Oct 1871)
  • Thomas Warren Bennett, governor (24 Oct 1871 - 3 Mar 1875)
  • Edward J. Curtis, governor (3 Mar 1875 - 16 Dec 1875)
  • David Preston Thompson, governor (16 Dec 1875 - 24 Jul 1876)
  • Mason Brayman, governor (24 Jul 1876 - 7 Aug 1880) suspended Jun 1878 - 1878)
  • John Philo Hoyt, did not take office (7 Aug 1878 - 12 Jul 1880)
  • Robert A. Sidebotham, acting governor (7 Aug 1878 - 12 Jul 1880)
  • John B. Neil, governor (12 Jul 1880 - 2 Mar 1883)
  • John Nichol Irwin, governor (2 Mar 1883 - 15 May 1883)
  • Edward J. Curtis, acting governor (15 May 1883 - 26 Mar 1884)
  • William Malcolm Bunn, governor (26 Mar 1884 - 29 Sep 1885)
  • David Porter Baker Pride, acting for Bunn (9 Jul 1885 - 29 Sep 1885)
  • Edward A. Stevenson, governor (29 Sep 1885 - 1 Apr 1889)
  • George Laird Shoup, governor (1 Apr 1889 - 19 Dec 1890)

Florida

  • Andrew Jackson Military Commissioner of Florida (March 10, 1821 – December 31, 1821); 7th President of the United States (1829-1837)[86]
  • William Pope Duval, 1st Governor of the Territory of Florida (April 17, 1822 – April 24, 1834)[87]
  • John Eaton, 2nd Governor of the Territory of Florida (April 24, 1834 – March 16, 1836)[88]
  • Richard K. Call, 3rd Governor of the Territory of Florida (March 16, 1836 – December 2, 1839)[89]
  • Robert R. Reid, 4th Governor of the Territory of Florida (December 2, 1839 – March 19, 1841)[90]
  • Richard K. Call, 5th Governor of the Territory of Florida (March 19, 1841 — August 11, 1844)
  • John Branch, Jr., 6th Governor of the Territory of Florida (August 11, 1844 – June 25, 1845)[91]

Mexican Cession

  • Chihuahua: Mexican territory occupied by the United States (March 16, 1848 — May 22, 1848)
  • Guaymas, Sonora: Mexican port occupied by the United States Navy (October 16, 1847 — July 1848) [93][94]
  • Mazatlán, Sinaloa: Mexican port occupied by the United States Navy (October 11, 1847 - June 17, 1848)[94]
  • Mexico City Mexican territory occupied by the United States (March 16, 1848 — May 22, 1848)
  • U.S. Commanding generals in Mexico City
  • U.S. Military governors of Mexico City
  • Brigadier General of Volunteers John Anthony Quitman, Military governor of Mexico City (September 14, 1847 - November 13, 1847)
  • Brigadier General Persifor Frazer Smith, Military governor of Mexico City (November 13, 1847 - May 1848)[94]
  • Puebla Mexican territory occupied by the United States (June 2, 1847 - June 1848)
  • U.S. Military governors
  • Francis S. Belton, Military governor of Puebla (June 2, 1847 - August 1847)[94]
  • Brevet Brigadier general Thomas Childs, Military governor of Puebla (August 1847 - April 1848)[94]
  • Brigadier general Willis Arnold Gorman, Military governor of Puebla (April 1848 - June 1848)[94]
  • Saltillo Mexican territory occupied by the United States (November 16, 1846 - July 20, 1848)
  • William B. Warren, U.S. military governor of Saltillo (November 16, 1846 - June 24, 1847)[94]
  • Major John M. Washington, Military governor (June 24, 1847 - December 14, 1847)[94]
  • John F. Hamtramck, Military governor (March 8, 1848 - July 20, 1848)[94]
  • Tabasco Mexican territory occupied by the United States (1847-1848)
  • Gershom J. Van Brunt, provisional military governor (June 16, 1847 - June 26 1847) [94]
  • Abraham Bigelow, provisional military governor (26 Jun 1847 - 22 Jul 1847)[94]
  • Tamaulipas Mexican territory occupied by the United States (1846 - 1848)
  • William Gates, military governor in Tampico (Oct 1846 - Jun 1848)[94]
  • Veracruz Mexican territory occupied by the United States (27 Mar 1847 - Aug 1848)
  • U.S. Military governors
  • New Mexico Territory (1850–1912) Colorado Territory established February 28, 1861. Arizona Territory established February 24, 1863. State of New Mexico created January 6, 1912.
  • Brigadier general Stephen W. Kearny, Military governor (18 Aug 1846 - 26 Sep 1846)
  • Alexander William Doniphan, Military governor (26 Sep 1846 - 14 Dec 1846)
  • Sterling Price, Military governor (14 Dec 1846 - Oct 1848)
  • John MacRae Washington, Military governor (11 Oct 1848 - 23 Oct 1849)
  • John Munroe, Military governor (Oct 1849 - 19 Jul 1851)
  • Lieutenant colonel James S. Calhoun, federal Indian Agent for New Mexico[96]
  • Charles Bent, Governor (26 Sep 1846 - 19 Jan 1847)
  • Donaciano Vigil, acting governor (20 Jan 1847 - Dec 1847), governor (Dec 1847 - 11 Oct 1848)
  • John MacRae Washington, governor (11 Oct 1848 - Oct 1849)
  • John Munroe, governor (23 Oct 1849 - Mar 1851)
  • Henry Connelly, prevented from taking office (Jun 1850 - Sep 1850)
  • James S. Calhoun, 1st Governor of New Mexico Territory (March 3, 1851 — May 6, 1852)
  • Edwin Vose Sumner, acting governor (6 May 1852 - 28 Jun 1852)
  • John Greiner, acting governor (July 2, 1852 — September 13, 1852)[96]
  • William Carr Lane, 2nd Governor of New Mexico Territory (September 13, 1852 — 1853)
  • William Slueman Messervy, acting governor of New Mexico Territory (1853 - Feb 1854)
  • David Meriwether, governor of New Mexico Territory (4 Feb 1854 - May 1857)
  • William Watts Hart Davis, acting governor of New Mexico Territory (May 1857 - Oct 1857)
  • Abraham Rencher, governor of New Mexico Territory (11 Nov 1857 - Aug 1861)
  • Henry Connelly, governor of New Mexico Territory (4 Sep 1861 - 16 Jul 1866) In Colorado exile Mar-Apr 1862.
  • Henry Hopkins Sibley, Confederate military commander (24 Feb 1862 - 12 Apr 1862)
  • William Frederick Milton Arny, acting for Connelly (1862 - Mar 1863)
  • William Frederick Milton Arny, acting for Connelly (1865 - 1866)
  • Robert Byington Mitchell, governor of New Mexico Territory (16 Jul 1866 - 16 Aug 1869)
  • William Anderson Pile, governor of New Mexico Territory (16 Aug 1869 - 21 Jun 1871)
  • Henry Wetter, acting, governor of New Mexico Territory (Jun 1871 - Aug 1871)
  • Marsh Giddings, governor of New Mexico Territory (Aug 1871 - 3 Jun 1875)
  • William Gillet Ritch, acting governor of New Mexico Territory (3 Jun 1875 - 30 Jul 1875)
  • Samuel Beach Axtell, governor of New Mexico Territory (30 Jul 1875 - 29 Sep 1878)
  • Lewis "Lew" Wallace, governor of New Mexico Territory (29 Sep 1878 - 1881)
  • Lionel Allen Sheldon, governor of New Mexico Territory (4 Jul 1881 - Jun 1885)
  • Edmund Gibson Ross, governor of New Mexico Territory (15 Jun 1885 - Apr 1889)
  • Le Baron Bradford Prince, governor of New Mexico Territory (17 Apr 1889 - 20 Apr 1893)
  • William Taylor Thornton, governor of New Mexico Territory (20 Apr 1893 - Apr 1897)
  • Miguel Antonio Otero, Jr., governor of New Mexico Territory (14 Jul 1897 - 22 Jan 1906)
  • Jefferson Territory unofficial and unrecognized U.S. territory (October 24, 1859 – February 28, 1861) (included parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Utah, and Washington territories)
  • Colorado Territory Organized incorporated territory (February 28, 1861 – August 1, 1876) (drawn from Utah, Nebraska, Kansas, and New Mexico territories) Statehood August 1, 1876
  • Provisional government of Territory of Arizona organized at Tuscon (not recognized by U.S.)[99]
  • Dr. Lewis S. Owings, Governor of the Provisional Territory (1861-1865)
  • Chairman of the Convention[99]
  • Mark Aldrich, (16 Mar 1861 - 3 Apr 1861)
  • Dr. Lewis S. Owings, Governor of the Provisional Territory (3 Apr 1861 - 1 Aug 1861)
  • John Robert Baylor, Governor of the Provisional Territory (1 Aug 1861 - 14 Dec 1861)
  • Henry Hopkins Sibley, Confederate military governor (14 Dec 1861 - 7 Jul 1862)
  • Utah Territory (1850–1896) Colorado Territory formed February 28, 1861. Nevada Territory formed March 2, 1861. Wyoming Territory formed July 25, 1868. Statehood January 4, 1896.
  • President of the Church[101]
  • Brigham Young, governor (3 Jul 1849 - 11 Jul 1857) Not federally recognized until 3 Feb 1851
  • Alfred Cumming, governor (11 Jul 1857 - 17 May 1861)
  • Francis Hall Wooten, acting governor (17 May 1861 - 7 Dec 1861)
  • John W. Dawson, governor (7 Dec 1861 - 31 Dec 1861)
  • Frank Fuller, acting governor (31 Dec 1861 - 31 Mar 1862)
  • Brigham Young, "shadow governor" (Jan 1862 - Jan 1870)
  • Stephen Selwyn Harding, governor (31 Mar 1862 - 22 Jun 1863)
  • James Duane Doty, governor (22 Jun 1863 - 13 Jun 1865)
  • Amos Reed, acting governor (13 Jun 1865 - 3 Oct 1865)
  • Charles Durkee, governor (3 Oct 1865 - 21 Dec 1869)
  • Edwin P. Higgins, acting governor (21 Dec 1869 - Jan 1870)
  • Stephen A. Mann, acting governor (Jan 1870 - 20 Mar 1870)
  • John Wilson Shaffer, governor (20 Mar 1870 - 31 Oct 1870)
  • Vernon H. Vaughan, acting governor (31 Oct 1870 - Jan 1871)
  • George A. Black, acting governor (Jan 1871 - 12 Feb 1871)
  • George Lemuel Woods, governor (12 Feb 1871 - 13 Oct 1874)
  • Samuel Beach Axtell, governor (Dec 1874 - 8 Jun 1875)
  • George W. Emery, governor (8 Jun 1875 - 25 Jan 1880)
  • Eli Houston Murray, governor (28 Feb 1880 - 16 Mar 1886)
  • Caleb Walton West, governor (12 May 1886 - 6 May 1889)
  • Arthur Lloyd Thomas, governor (6 May 1889 - 7 Apr 1893)
  • Caleb Walton West, governor (7 Apr 1893 - 4 Jan 1896)
  • Governor
  • James Warren Nye, governor of Nevada Territory (2 Mar 1861 - 5 Dec 1864)[95]
  • Governors
  • Isaac Roop, provisional governor of Nevada (December 15, 1859 – March 2, 1861)
  • James Warren Nye, governor of Nevada Territory (2 Mar 1861 - 5 Dec 1864)[95]

Confederate States of America

The Confederate States of America was an unrecognized country in North America, formed by secessionist slave-holding states, that existed from 1861 to 1865. In Texas v. White the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that rebellious states had never legally left the union. However, the states were ruled by military governments after the war, and by appointed governors during Reconstruction (1865-1877). Those governors are listed here.

  • John S. Phelps, U.S. military governor (19 Jul 1862 - 9 Jul 1863)
  • Thomas Fletcher, acting Confederate governor (4 Nov 1862 - 15 Nov 1862)
  • Harris Flanagin, Confederate governor (November 15, 1862 – April 18, 1864) in exile (April 18, 1864 – May 26, 1865)
  • Isaac Murphy, governor (18 Apr 1864 - 2 Jul 1868) Re-admitted to United States 26 Jun 1868
  • Brigadier General Powell Clayton, governor (2 Jul 1868 - 17 Mar 1871)
  • Ozra Amander Hadley, acting governor (17 Mar 1871 - 6 Jan 1873)
  • Elisha Baxter, governor (6 Jan 1873 - 12 Nov 1874)
  • Augustus Hill Garland, governor (12 Nov 1874 - 11 Jan 1877)
  • Abraham Kurkindolle Allison, acting governor (1 Apr 1865 - 19 May 1865)
  • Brigadier General Edward Moody McCook, military governor (19 May 1865 - 27 Jun 1865)
  • Major General [[John Newton (engineer)|John Newton, acting military governor (27 Jun 1865 - 13 Jul 1865)
  • William Marvin, provisional governor (13 Jul 1865 - 20 Dec 1865)
  • David Shelby Walker, governor (20 Dec 1865 - 4 Jul 1868) Re-admitted to the United States 25 Jun 1868.
  • Harrison Reed, governor (4 Jul 1868 - 7 Jan 1873)
  • [Ossian Bingley Hart]], governor (7 Jan 1873 - 18 Mar 1874)
  • Marcellus Lovejoy Stearns, acting governor (18 Mar 1874 - 2 Jan 1877)
  • Secession by part of the state, ruled by a "Provisional Government." (20 Nov 1861 — 9 Apr 1865)
  • George W. Johnson, Confederate provisional governor (20 Nov 1861 - 9 Apr 1862)
  • Richard Hawes, Confederate provisional governor (4 Oct 1862 - 9 Apr 1865)
  • 5 Oct 1863 - 10 Jan 1865 Confederate deserters led by Newton Knight
                            (b. 1837 - d. 1922) seizes power in most of
                            Jones county in southern Mississippi, creating
                            so-called "Free State of Jones." 

22 Aug 1865 Ordinance of secession of 1861 is declared to be

                            henceforward null and of no binding force.

23 Feb 1870 Re-admitted to United States.

  • 16 Nov 1863 - 13 Jun 1865 Charles Clark (b. 1810 - d. 1877) Mil/Dem
                            (federal prisoner from 22 May 1865)

13 Jun 1865 - 16 Oct 1865 William Lewis Sharkey (acting) (b. 1798 - d. 1873) Whg 16 Oct 1865 - 15 Jun 1868 Benjamin Grubb Humphreys (b. 1808 - d. 1882) Dem 15 Jun 1868 - 10 Mar 1870 Adelbert Ames (1st time) (b. 1835 - d. 1933) Mil/Rep 10 Mar 1870 - 30 Nov 1871 James Lusk Alcorn (b. 1816 - d. 1894) Rep 30 Nov 1871 - 4 Jan 1874 Ridgley Ceylon Powers (b. 1836 - d. 1912) Rep

4 Jan 1874 - 20 Mar 1876  Adelbert Ames (2nd time)           (s.a.)               Rep 

20 Mar 1876 - 9 Jan 1882 John Marshall Stone (1st time) (b. 1830 - d. 1900) Dem

  • 28 Oct 1861 Secession by part of the state (decision of a
                            "rump legislature" consisting of members of 
                            the disbanded legislature of the state). 

28 Nov 1861 Accession to Confederate States of America

                           (not recognized by U.S. government).
  • 3 Jan 1861 - 30 Jul 1861 Claiborne Fox Jackson (b. 1806 - d. 1862) Dem
                           (continues in dissidence from 30 Jul 1861;
                            Confederate governor 28 Oct 1861 - 7 Dec 1862;
                            in Arkansas exile from 8 Mar 1862) 

31 Jul 1861 - 31 Jan 1864 Hamilton Rowan Gamble (b. 1798 - d. 1864) Uni

7 Dec 1862 -  7 Mar 1865  Thomas Caute Reynolds              (b. 1821 - d. 1887)  Dem 
                            (Confederate governor, in Texas exile) 

20 May 1861 Secession from United States and accession to

                            Confederate States of America. 

14 Mar 1862 - 1865 Union occupation of New Bern and Outer Banks.

4 Jul 1868                Re-admitted to United States.
  • 7 Jul 1861 - 8 Sep 1862 Henry T. Clark (acting) (b. 1808 - d. 1874) Whg

20 May 1862 - 2 Mar 1863 Edward W. Stanly (b. 1810 - d. 1872) Mil/Rep

                            (U.S. military governor, at New Bern)
8 Sep 1862 - 29 May 1865  Zebulon B. Vance (1st time)        (b. 1830 - d. 1894)  Whg/Con 

29 May 1865 - 15 Dec 1865 William W. Holden (1st time) (b. 1818 - d. 1892) Rep

                            (provisional) 

15 Dec 1865 - 1 Jul 1868 Jonathan Worth (b. 1802 - d. 1869) Con

1 Jul 1868 - 15 Dec 1870  William W. Holden (2nd time)       (s.a.)               Rep 

15 Dec 1870 - 11 Jul 1874 Tod R. Caldwell (b. 1818 - d. 1874) Rep 11 Jul 1874 - 1 Jan 1877 Curtis H. Brogden (b. 1816 - d. 1901) Rep

9 Nov 1861 - 1865         Union occupation of Beaufort and Hilton Head 
                            (and from 7 Dec 1861, Port Royal). 

19 Sep 1865 Ordinance of Secession of 1861 repealed. 15 Jul 1868 Re-admitted to United States.

  • 30 Jun 1865 - 29 Nov 1865 Benjamin Franklin Perry (acting) (b. 1805 - d. 1886) Dem

29 Nov 1865 - 6 Jul 1868 James Lawrence Orr (b. 1822 - d. 1883) Con

6 Jul 1868 -  9 Jul 1868  Edward R.S. Canby (acting)         (b. 1817 - d. 1873)  Mil
9 Jul 1868 -  7 Dec 1872  Robert Kingston Scott              (b. 1826 - d. 1900)  Rep 
7 Dec 1872 -  1 Dec 1874  Franklin J. Moses, Jr.             (b. 1838 - d. 1906)  Rep 
1 Dec 1874 - 14 Dec 1876  Daniel Henry Chamberlain           (b. 1835 - d. 1907)  Rep 
                            (continues in opposition to 10 Apr 1877) 

14 Dec 1876 - 26 Feb 1879 Wade Hampton III (b. 1818 - d. 1902) Dem

24 Jun 1861 Secession officially announced (Secession

                            Ordinance of 6 May 1861). 
2 Jul 1861                Accession to Confederate States of America. 

25 Feb 1865 Secession Ordinance declared null and void. 24 Jul 1866 Re-admitted to United States.

  • 3 Nov 1857 - 25 Nov 1863 Isham Green Harris (b. 1818 - d. 1897) Dem
                            (Confederate governor; continues in exile to c.Nov 1864) 

12 Mar 1862 - 4 Mar 1865 Andrew Johnson (2nd time) (s.a.) Dem

                            (U.S. military governor)
4 Mar 1865 -  5 Apr 1865  Edward Hazzard East (acting)       (b. 1830 - d. 1904)  Uni 
5 Apr 1865 - 25 Feb 1869  William G. Brownlow                (b. 1805 - d. 1877)  Whg

25 Feb 1869 - 10 Oct 1871 DeWitt C. Senter (b. 1830 - d. 1898) Rep 10 Oct 1871 - 18 Jan 1875 John C. Brown (b. 1827 - d. 1889) Dem 18 Jan 1875 - 16 Feb 1879 James D. Porter (b. 1828 - d. 1912) Dem

5 Mar 1861 Accession decision of 2 Mar 1861 accepted by

                            Texas legislature. 
5 Oct 1862 -  1 Jan 1863  Galveston occupied by Union forces. 

Nov 1863 - Jan 1864 Brownsville, Corpus Christi, and Rio Grande

                            City occupied by Union forces. 

15 Mar 1866 Ordinance of Secession declared null and void. 30 Mar 1870 Re-admitted to United States.

  • 5 Nov 1863 - 12 Jun 1865 Pendleton Murrah (b. 1824 - d. 1865) Dem
                            (leaves seat of government 12 Jun 1865;
                            in Mexico exile af.22 Jun 1865 - 4 Aug 1865)

12 Jun 1865 - 16 Jun 1865 Fletcher S. Stockdale (acting) (b.c.1823 - d. 1890) Dem 14 Nov 1862 - 9 Aug 1866 Andrew Jackson Hamilton (b. 1815 - d. 1875) Uni:1865 Con

                            (U.S. military governor to 17 Jun 1865, then provisional; 
                            in New Orleans to Jul 1865)
9 Aug 1866 -  8 Aug 1867  James Webb Throckmorton            (b. 1825 - d. 1894)  Con 
8 Aug 1867 - 30 Sep 1869  Elisha Marshall Pease (2nd time)   (s.a.)               Rep 

30 Sep 1869 - 8 Jan 1870 Vacant

8 Jan 1870 - 15 Jan 1874  Edmund Jackson Davis               (b. 1827 - d. 1883)  Rep 

15 Jan 1874 - 1 Dec 1876 Richard Coke (b. 1829 - d. 1897) Dem

1 Dec 1876 - 21 Jan 1879  Richard Bennett Hubbard            (b. 1832 - d. 1901)  Dem 
  • 20 Jun 1863 Separation of West Virginia.

26 Jan 1870 Re-admitted to United States.

  • 19 Jun 1861 - 4 Apr 1868 Francis Harrison Pierpont (b. 1814 - d. 1899) Rep
                           (of restored government of Virginia to 9 May 1865; in
                            Wheeling to 28 Aug 1863, then Alexandria to 26 May 1865) 
4 Apr 1868 - 21 Sep 1869  Henry H. Wells                     (b. 1823 - d. 1890)  Rep 

21 Sep 1869 - 1 Jan 1874 Gilbert C. Walker (b. 1833 - d. 1885) Rep

1 Jan 1874 -  1 Jan 1878  James L. Kemper                    (b. 1823 - d. 1895)  Con 

w virginia[81] Jun 1861 - 20 Jun 1863 Occupied by federal troops. 15 May 1861 Delegates from 25 counties in western Virginia

                            repudiate secession. 

20 Jun 1861 - 20 Jun 1863 Administered by "Restored Government

                            of Virginia" (see under Virginia). 

20 Aug 1861 Requests admission as the state of Kanawha. 26 Nov 1861 Renamed West Virginia. 20 Jun 1863 State

Alaska

United States overseas territories

Caribbean Sea

  • uninhabited

Pacific Ocean

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