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Called the Assistant Secretary for Inter-American Affairs before 2000. See also:

20-Dec-1944 17-Aug-1945 Nelson Rockefeller  
29-Oct-1945 27-Jun-1947 Spruille Braden  
28-Jun-1949 31-Dec-1952 Edward G. Miller, Jr.  
03-Mar-1953 01-Mar-1954 John M. Cabot  
02-Mar-1954 13-Sep-1956 Henry F. Holland  
18-Jun-1957 27-Aug-1960 Roy Richard Rubottom, Jr.  
28-Aug-1960 20-Apr-1961 Thomas C. Mann  
17-Jul-1961 17-Mar-1962 Robert F. Woodward  
18-May-1962 02-Jan-1964 Edwin M. Martin  
03-Jan-1964 17-Mar-1965 Thomas C. Mann  
22-Mar-1965 28-Feb-1966 Jack Hood Vaughn  
09-Mar-1966 30-Jun-1967 Lincoln Gordon  
01-Jul-1967 31-Dec-1968 Covey T. Oliver  
02-Apr-1969 02-Mar-1973 Charles A. Meyer  
29-May-1973 04-Sep-1974 Jack B. Kubisch  
07-Oct-1974 18-Jun-1976 William D. Rogers  
22-Jul-1976 14-Mar-1977 Harry W. Shlaudeman  
01-Apr-1977 27-Jun-1978 Terence A. Todman  
21-Jul-1978 30-Nov-1979 Viron P. Vaky  
04-Jan-1980 16-Jan-1981 William G. Bowdler  
23-Jun-1981 27-Jun-1983 Thomas O. Enders  
12-Jul-1983 03-Jul-1985 Langhorne A. Motley  
17-Jul-1985 20-Jan-1989 Elliott Abrams  
16-Jun-1989 02-Jul-1993 Bernard W. Aronson  
02-Jul-1993 29-Mar-1996 Alexander F. Watson  
07-Aug-1996 1998 Jeffrey Davidow  
04-Jan-2001 04-Jun-2001 Peter F. Romero (recess appointment, acting Secy. since 7-Jul-1999)
11-Jan-2002 22-Nov-2002 Otto J. Reich  
31-Jul-2003 06-Oct-2005 Roger F. Noriega  
17-Oct-2005 -- Thomas A. Shannon, Jr.  

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