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British Columbia

U.S. consular officials in British Columbia

   Chemainus: James S. Gibson (Consular Agent as of 1898)
   Cumberland: George W. Clinton (Consular Agent 1898-1929)
   Fernie: John R. Pollock (Consular Agent 1901-08) — Frank C. Denison (Consul 1908-15) — John R. Pollock (Vice Consul 1908-11) — Thomas D. Bowman (Consul 1914-16) — William E. Alger (Consul 1917) — Norton F. Brand (Consul 1918-32) — Henry R. Huntington (Vice Consul as of 1919-22) — George A. Follett (Vice Consul as of 1926)
   Nanaimo: George S. Schetky (Consular Agent as of 1904-05) — Joseph H. Pashley (Consular Agent 1906-16) — Archibald C. Van Houten (Consular Agent 1918-32)
   Nelson: Emmett C. Brown (Consular Agent as of 1902) — Walter S. Riblet (Consular Agent 1902-11)
   Ocean Falls: Hugh E. Burdon (Consular Agent as of 1926)
   Prince Rupert: George M. Hanson (Consul 1916-18) — David Donaldson (Vice Consul 1918-19) — Ernest A. Wakefield (Consul as of 1919-26) — Frederick S. Weaver (Vice Consul as of 1924) — Dale W. Maher (Vice Consul 1925-26) — G. Carlton Woodward (Consul 1927-35) — John H. Hanson (Vice Consul as of 1929) — O. Carlton Woodward (Consul as of 1932) — Walter M. Walsh (Vice Consul as of 1932)
   Rossland: George S. Armstrong (Consular Agent as of 1898)
   Union (Cumberland): George W. Clinton (Consular Agent 1892-98)
   Vancouver: Charles M. Bolton (Consular Agent as of 1889) — Frank H. Pierce (Commercial Agent 1891-93) — William F. Peterson (Commercial Agent as of 1897) — L. Edwin Dudley (Consul 1897-1908) — F. J. Schofield (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1897-1905) — George N. West (Consul General 1908-10) — David F. Wilber (Consul General 1910-13) — John S. Armstrong, Jr. (Deputy Consul General 1912-14) — Robert E. Mansfield (Consul General 1913-16) — Irving N. Linnell (Vice Consul as of 1916-17) — G. Carlton Woodward (Consul as of 1916-17) — Earl G. Johnson (Vice Consul as of 1916) — George N. West (Consul General as of 1917-19) — Frederick M. Ryder (Consul General 1920-24) — Sidney A. Belovsky (Vice Consul 1924-29) — Augustus E. Ingram (Consul General as of 1924) — Lee R. Blohm (Consul 1925-26) — Ernest L. Harris (Consul General 1925-29) — Harold S. Tewell (Consul as of 1926-32) — Frederick S. Weaver (Vice Consul as of 1926-29) — Harvey T. Goodier (Consul 1928-33) — Ely E. Palmer (Consul General 1929-33) — Nelson P. Meeks (Vice Consul as of 1929-43) — Robert E. Leary (Vice Consul 1929-32) — Bernard Gufler (Vice Consul 1929-30) — Lee Worley (Vice Consul 1931) — Raymond Lanctot (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Augustus C. Owen (Vice Consul as of 1932-43) — Laurence W. Taylor (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Harris N. Cookingham (Consul as of 1932-38) — John K. Davis (Consul General 1934-38) — Douglas MacArthur II (Vice Consul as of 1935) — Elbert G. Mathews (Vice Consul 1935-36) — Christian M. Ravndal (Consul 1935-37) — William E. Beitz (Consul 1935-36) — Maurice M. Bernbaum (Vice Consul as of 1936-38) — Walter M. Walsh (Vice Consul as of 1938-43) — William E. Cole, Jr. (Vice Consul 1938) — Samuel S. Dickson (Consul as of 1938) — Knowlton V. Hicks (Consul as of 1938) — Milton C. Rewinkel (Vice Consul 1938) — Richard H. Hawkins, Jr. (Vice Consul 1939) — Thomas J. Cory (Vice Consul as of 1940) — Thomas H. Robinson (Consul as of 1940) — Paul R. Josselyn (Consul General as of 1940-43) — Walter S. Reineck (Consul as of 1940) — Charles W. Smith (Vice Consul as of 1941) — Stuart Allen (Consul 1942-43) — John L. Bankhead (Vice Consul as of 1943) — Robert Y. Jarvis (Consul as of 1943) — Thomas L. Hughes (Consul General as of 1945) — Edwin F. Stanton (Consul 1945) — Edwin F. Stanton (Consul General 1945) — Orray Taft, Jr. (Consul 1945-48) — Howard K. Travers (Consul General as of 1947) — Alfred W. Klieforth (Consul General as of 1949)
   Victoria: Allen Francis (Consul 1861-69) — Nathaniel Niles, Jr. (Consul 1869) — Allen Francis (Consul 1877-84) — Robert J. Stevens (Consul as of 1884-89) — Edgar Marvin (Vice Consul as of 1884-89) — William P. Roberts (Consul 1894-97) — Miles R. Eure (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1897) — Abraham E. Smith (Consul 1897-1914) — Abram E. Smith (Consul as of 1898) — Sidney W. Smith (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1898) — Benjamin A. Hunter (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1902) — Roy E. Peabody (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1905) — Robert M. Newcomb (Vice & Deputy Consul 1907-09) — Robert M. Newcomb (Vice Consul 1912) — Robert M. Newcomb (Vice Consul 1914-16) — Robert B. Mosher (Consul 1916-24) — Marcel E. Malige (Vice Consul 1922) — George A. Bucklin, Jr. (Consul 1924-32) — Robert M. Newcomb (Vice Consul as of 1926-38) — Theodore Jaeckel (Consul General as of 1934-36) — Wilbur Keblinger (Consul General 1936) — Reed Paige Clark (Consul as of 1938-43) — Paul H. Demille (Vice Consul as of 1940) — Eugene H. Johnson (Vice Consul as of 1943) — Leo J. Callanan (Consul as of 1947) — Paul W. Meyer (Consul as of 1949)
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The Political Graveyard is a web site about U.S. political history and cemeteries. Founded in 1996, it is the Internet's most comprehensive free source for American political biography, listing 320,919 politicians, living and dead.
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