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Report of the Governor General of the Philippine Islands was a report of the American-appointed chief executive for the Philippines in the early 20th century.
The US first appointed governor generals in 1898, after the conclusion of the Spanish-American War. The first civilian governor-general, future president William Howard Taft, began his term in 1901. The office would continue until the establishment of the Commonwealth of the Philippines in 1935. The title of the governor-general's report varied somewhat over the years.
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