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Fergusson, Arthur W.

Translator; born about 1855; has been for many years connected with the State Department in Washington, D. C.; accompanied the members of the Pan-American Congress on their trip through the United States during Secretary Blaine's tenure of office; was chief translator of the bureau of the American republics; Spanish interpreter for the American peace commissioners in Paris in 1898; appointed Spanish secretary to the Philippine commission in 1900; and secretary to the chief civil executive (Governor Taft) of the Philippines, July 10, 1901.

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