Entity | Erwin Dain Canham

Erwin Dain Canham
Erwin Dain Canham (February 13, 1904 – January 3, 1982) was an American journalist and author; best known for his work as the longest-serving editor of The Christian Science Monitor. He also was the first, and last, Resident Commissioner of the Northern Mariana Islands as it was in the process of becoming a commonwealth of the United States; and he was very active in various civic, political, and journalistic activities. Canham grew up in Maine, where, when he was as young as 8 years old, he began helping his father run a small newspaper in Sanford. He attended high-school in Auburn, Maine. In 1925 Canham graduated from Bates College, where was captain of the debating team and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and he joined the Christian Science Monitor the same year.
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Born: 1904, Auburn
Died: 1982, Hagåtña

Alternate Names: Canham, Erwin D. (Erwin Dain), 1904-1982, Canham, Erwin D., Canham, Erwin Dain., Canham, Erwin Dain, 1904-, Canham, Erwin D. (Erwin Dain), 1904-, Erwin D. Canham, Canham, Erwin D. 1904-, Canham, Erwin Dain, 1904-1982, Canham, Spike 1904-1982, Erwin Canham
Occupation(s): journalist, editor, writer