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U.S. diplomatic chiefs of mission to Turkey

David Porter (Charge d'Affaires 1831-39) David Porter (Minister 1839-43) Dabney Smith Carr (Minister 1843-49) George P. Marsh (Minister 1849-53) Carroll Spence (Minister 1853-57) James Williams (Minister 1858-61) Edward Joy Morris (Minister 1861-70) Wayne MacVeagh (Minister 1870-71) George H. Boker (Minister 1871-75) Horace Maynard (Minister 1875-80) James Longstreet (Minister 1880-81) Lewis Wallace (Minister 1881-85) Samuel S. Cox (Minister 1885-86) William C. Emmet (Charge d'Affaires 1885) Oscar S. Straus (Minister 1887-89) Solomon Hirsch (Minister 1889-92) David P. Thompson (Minister 1892-93) Alexander Terrell (Minister 1893-97) James B. Angell (Minister 1897-98) Oscar S. Straus (Minister 1898-99) John G. A. Leishman (Minister 1900-06) John G. A. Leishman (Ambassador 1906-09) Oscar S. Straus (Ambassador 1909-10) William W. Rockhill (Ambassador 1911-13) Henry Morgenthau (Ambassador 1913-16) Abram I. Elkus (Ambassador 1916-17) Joseph C. Grew (Ambassador 1927-32) Charles H. Sherrill (Ambassador 1932-33) Robert P. Skinner (Ambassador 1933-36) John Van A. MacMurray (Ambassador 1936-41) Laurence A. Steinhardt (Ambassador 1942-45) Edwin C. Wilson (Ambassador 1945-48) George Wadsworth II (Ambassador 1948-52) George C. McGhee (Ambassador 1952-53) Avra M. Warren (Ambassador 1953-56) Fletcher Warren (Ambassador 1956-60) Raymond A. Hare (Ambassador 1961-65) Parker T. Hart (Ambassador 1965-68) Robert Komer (Ambassador 1968-69) William J. Handley (Ambassador 1969-73) William Butts Macomber, Jr. (Ambassador 1973-77) Ronald I. Spiers (Ambassador 1977-80) James W. Spain (Ambassador 1980-81) Robert Strausz-Hupé (Ambassador 1981-89) Morton I. Abramowitz (Ambassador 1989-91) Richard Clark Barkley (Ambassador 1991-94) Marc Isaiah Grossman (Ambassador 1994-97) Mark Robert Parris (Ambassador 1997-2000) W. Robert Pearson (Ambassador 2000-03) Eric S. Edelman (Ambassador 2003-05) Ross L. Wilson (Ambassador 2005-08) James Franklin Jeffrey (Ambassador 2008-10)


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