History of Educational Television In American Samoa

Teaching agriculture
1968: The Governor of American Samoa to the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30th 1968 Annual Report, Owen W. Aspinall. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. Fiscal year 1968 was the fourth year of operation for American Samoa’s unique instructional system in which television is ...
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classroom-instructions
1969: The Governor of American Samoa to the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30th.   1969 Annual Report,  Owen W. Aspinall (Dem) U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. As the Department of Education completed its fifth year in which educational television served as the basic teaching ...
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ECE expanded
1970: The Governor of American Samoa to the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30th 1970 Annual Report, John M. Haydon (Rep) U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. Early in fiscal year 1970, after an executive and legislative study of several proposals, the University of Hawaii ...
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ASCC opening
1971: The Governor of American Samoa to the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30th 1971 Annual Report, John M. Haydon (Rep) U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. The development of Community College of American Samoa in its first year of operation highlighted educational strides in ...
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Dancing sivasiva
1975: American Samoa 1975 Annual Report to the secretary of the interior. Prepared by The Office of Samoan Information Pago Pago. Earl B. Ruth (Rep) Governor of American Samoa "…I arrived in American Samoa shortly after a DOI task force found the Territorial government with a current budget deficit of ...
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Master Control Center
1976: American Samoa 1976 Annual Report to the secretary of the interior. Prepared by The Office of Samoan Information Pago Pago. Earl B. Ruth (Rep) Governor of American Samoa The Department of Education’s new Division of Instructional Development began operations as a result of a study of organization and administration ...
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Chief Nikolao Pula
1973: American Samoa Annual Report 1973 John M. Haydon (Rep) Governor of American Samoa There are 1,635 registered titles in American Samoa --- Chiefs, Talking Chiefs, High Chiefs, High Talking chiefs and eight Paramount Chiefs. There are currently two titles vacant and being disputed in the High Court of American ...
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classroom-instructions
1977: American Samoa 1977 Annual Report to the secretary of the interior.  Prepared by The Office of Samoan Information Pago Pago.  H. Rex Lee returns this year to serve as the last appointed Governor. He served for seven months, 1977-1978 The Early Childhood Projects; Community College; Special Education Program; Nine schools were ...
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Think Children poster
1978: American Samoa 1978 . Prepared by The Office of Samoan Information Pago Pago. H. Rex Lee(Dem) Governor of American Samoa There is no mention of E-TV. The report opens with a general statement that outlines the DOE Organization as ‘mandated under Title 18 of the American Samoa Code’ which ...
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President Johnson
October 18, 1966: President Lyndon B. Johnson is the only U.S. President ever to visit American Samoa.  He came to see firsthand what had been accomplished with funding provided by the US, under the leadership of Governor H. Rex Lee.  Following his airport speech (shown below), the President and Mrs ...
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