Leaders of Newfoundland

Prior to becoming a Canadian Province, Newfoundland was an independent colony, and eventually a country. Try to name as many leaders as possible of the former independent Newfoundland.
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Term
Political Party
Answer
Chairmen of the Commission of Government
1946 - 1949
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Gordon MacDonald
1936 - 1946
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Vice-Admiral Sir Humphrey T. Walwyn
1934 - 1936
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Admiral Sir David Murray Anderson
Dominion Prime Ministers of Newfoundland
1932 - 1934
United Newfoundland
Frederick C. Alderdice
1928 - 1932
Liberal
Sir Richard Squires
1928
Liberal-Conservative
Frederick C. Alderdice
1924 - 1928
Liberal-Conservative
Walter Stanley Monroe
1924
Liberal-Progressive
Albert Hickman
1923 - 1924
Liberal Reform
William Warren
1919 - 1923
Liberal Reform
Sir Richard Squires
1919
People's
Sir Michael Patrick Cashin
1918 - 1919
Liberal
William F. Lloyd
1917 - 1918
People's
Sir John Crosbie
1909 - 1917
People's
Sir Edward Patrick Morris
1907 - 1909
Liberal
Sir Robert Bond
Term
Political Party
Answer
Premiers of the Newfoundland Colony
1900 - 1907
Liberal
Sir Robert Bond
1897 - 1900
Tory
Sir James Spearman Winter
1895 - 1897
Liberal
Sir William Whiteway
1894 - 1895
Liberal
David Joseph Greene
1894
Tory
Augustus F. Goodridge
1889 - 1894
Liberal
Sir William Whiteway
1885 - 1889
Reform
Sir Robert Thorburn
1878 - 1885
Conservative
Sir William Whiteway
1874 - 1878
Conservative
Sir Frederick Carter
1870 - 1874
Anti-Confederation
Charles Fox Bennett
1865 - 1870
Conservative
Sir Frederick Carter
1861 - 1865
Conservative
Sir Hugh Hoyles
1858 - 1861
Liberal
John Kent
1855 - 1858
Liberal
Philip Francis Little
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