During its three years of existence, the territory had two military governors: João Garcez do Nascimento and Frederico Trotta. The demarcation of the boundary of the territory was also changed at least once during its existence: in 1944, to incorporate the capital region, Iguaçu (current Laranjeiras do Sul), to the territory.
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State of Iguaçu (proposed)
Soon after the termination of the Federal Territory of Iguaçu, in 1946, there was a favorable movement that proposed to rebuild the territory which was abolished, this time as a new state. This occurred especially in cities where projects funded by the federal government, such as schools and roads had been initiated because these works were stalled when the extinction of the territory took place.
- (in Portuguese) LOPES, Sérgio. (2004)."Estado do Iguaçu: a trajetória de um movimento". Informe GEPEC, Vol. 8, No 2, julho/dezembro de 2004. http://e-revista.unioeste.br/index.php/gepec/article/view/314/230
- (in Portuguese) LOPES, Sérgio (2004). "Raízes do Movimento Pró-Criação do “Estado do Iguaçu”". III Seminário do Centro de Ciências Sociais Aplicadas, 18 a 22 de Outubro de 2004, Unioeste, Cascavel, PR. http://www.unioeste.br/campi/cascavel/ccsa/IIISeminario/artigos/Artigo%2020.pdf Archived 2014-12-21 at the Wayback Machine
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