|Nathan Woodworth Post|
|10th Governor of American Samoa|
October 2, 1914 – December 16, 1914
|Preceded by||Clark Daniel Stearns|
|Succeeded by||Charles Armijo Woodruff|
|8th Governor of American Samoa|
March 14, 1913 – July 13, 1914
|Preceded by||William Michael Crose|
|Succeeded by||Clark Daniel Stearns|
|Born||August 3, 1881
|Died||May 30, 1938(aged 56)|
|Alma mater||United States Naval Academy|
|Service/branch||United States Navy|
|Commands||USS Detroit (CL-8)|
Nathan Woodworth Post (August 3, 1881 – May 30, 1938) was the 8th and 10th Governor of American Samoa. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1904, and commanded the USS Detroit (CL-8) and the Naval Recruiting Station in Omaha, Nebraska. He served two terms as governor: from March 14 to July 14, 1913 and from October 2 to December 16, 1914. He is the first American Samoan governor to serve to two non-consecutive terms.
As an Ensign, Post served on the USS Louisiana (BB-19). Post served as the personnel officer of the 12th Naval District. In 1910, he was in charge of the Naval Recruiting Station in Omaha, Nebraska. He was made a Commander in 1916. In 1931, he was placed in command of the USS Detroit (CL-8).
Post relieved William Michael Crose of the governor post on March 14, 1913, serving until July 14 of the same year. He served a second term from October 2 to December 16, 1914. This made him the first Governor of American Samoa to serve exactly two non-consecutive terms, the only other to do so was Gatewood Lincoln.
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