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Mr. Frank W. Carpenter

Governor General

Mindanao and Sulu

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Mindanao and Sulu

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Employment History


United States

Arlington National Cemetery



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Jolo - Chronology of Moro Resistance [cached]

This became a concern for Carpenter who feared the issue might come to haunt the U.S. Thus, he said wrote in his 1916 report it became "necessary and opportune definitely to extinguish all claims of the Sultan to any degree of temporal sovereignty. (Gowing,p. 287 and Sulu and Sabah, Nicholas Tarling, p.317 Photo of His Highness Jamalul Kiram II, the last Sultan of Jolo.

September 1, 1913 Moro Province is abolished. December 16, 1913 Military rule officially ended and civilian rule begins. Frank Carpenter, a civilian governor of the Department of Mindanao and Sulu and Guy N. Roher was the Governor of Sulu.

Zamboanga del Norte : Municipality of Katipunan [cached]

Frank Carpenter, the Governor General of Mindanao and Sulu, signed into law Executive Order No. 21 instituting Lubungan (former name of Katipunan) as a duly constituted municipality upon the recommendation of Provincial Governor Luis Lim.

Philippines [cached]

13 Dec 1913 - 13 Mar 1914 Frank Watson Carpenter (b. 1870 - d. 1938) Governor of the Department of Mindanao and Sulu (subordinated to the governors-general of the Philippines) 13 Mar 1914 - 5 Feb 1920 Frank Watson Carpenter (s.a.) Director of the Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes

Frank W. Carpenter, Hospital Steward, United States Army & Public Official [cached]

Frank W. Carpenter

Frank W. Carpenter relieved General Pershing on December 16, 1913, to become the first civil governor of the new department.
In 1913, the peace-loving Mr. Frank W. Carpenter became the first civil governor of Mindanao and Sulu.
The Moros, convicted of Carpenter's sincerity in his offer of peace with honor, laid down their arms and accepted American rule.
Governor Carpenter, by his able administration of Moro affairs and his personal affability, accomplished within a few years what Spanish and later American soldiers had failed to achieve in many years of warfare.

| Victory News Magazine | The Moro | [cached]

In his 1914 report as Governor of the Department of Mindanao and Sulu, Frank Carpenter (War Dept., Gov.Printing Office 1916, pp.

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