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Liberia
West Africa

U.S. diplomatic chiefs of mission to Liberia

John Seys (Minister 1866-70) J. Milton Turner (Minister 1871-78) John H. Smyth (Minister 1878-81) Henry Highland Garnet (Minister 1881-82) John H. Smyth (Minister 1882-85) Moses A. Hopkins (Minister 1885-86) Charles Henry James Taylor (Minister 1887) Ezekiel Ezra Smith (Minister 1888-90) Alexander Clark (Minister 1890-91) William D. McCoy (Minister 1892-93) William H. Heard (Minister 1895-98) Owen L. W. Smith (Minister 1898-1902) John R. A. Crossland (Minister 1902-03) Ernest Lyon (Minister 1903-10) William D. Crum (Minister 1910-12) George W. Buckner (Minister 1913-15) James L. Curtis (Minister 1915-17) Joseph L. Johnson (Minister 1918-22) Solomon Porter Hood (Minister 1922-26) William T. Francis (Minister 1927-29) Charles E. Mitchell (Minister 1930-33) Lester Aglar Walton (Minister 1935-46) Raphael O'Hara Lanier (Minister 1946-48) Edward R. Dudley (Minister 1948-49) Edward R. Dudley (Ambassador 1949-53) Jesse D. Locker (Ambassador 1953-55) Richard Lee Jones (Ambassador 1955) Elbert G. Mathews (Ambassador 1959-62) Charles Edward Rhetts (Ambassador 1962-64) Ben Hill Brown, Jr. (Ambassador 1964) Samuel Z. Westerfield, Jr. (Ambassador 1969-72) Melvin Lawrence Manfull (Ambassador 1972) W. Beverly Carter, Jr. (Ambassador 1976) Robert Powell Smith (Ambassador 1979) William L. Swing (Ambassador 1981) Edward J. Perkins (Ambassador 1985) James Keough Bishop (Ambassador 1987) Peter Jon de Vos (Ambassador 1990-92) Bismarck Myrick (Ambassador 1999)


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