The Governor-General was the highest ranked office in the North American Union. The Governor-General represented the King-Emperor (or Queen-Empress) of Britain and the Empire in the Union. Notable Governors-General oversaw the establishment of protected Red Indian nations within the Union, westward expansion of Union domains to the Pacific Ocean, the abolition of slavery and the establishment of racial equality, the defeat of Franco-Spanish and Russian conspiracies to harm the empire from without, and the suppression of white supremacist uprisings from within. The Governor-General's residence in Victoria was known as America's Number 10 after its London model.

Literary commentEdit

The exact powers of the Governor-General of the NAU aren't thoroughly defined. The King-Emperor appoints the G-G, but conversely, the G-G is aware of the opinions of the voting public. The G-G appears to exercise powers consistent with an OTL prime minister rather than an OTL governor-general.

List of known Governors-GeneralEdit

  • Washington

George Washington, the first(?) Governor-General, served in the late 18th century.

  • Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson, served during the first half of the 19th century. He oversaw the end of slavery in the NAU in 1834.

  • Douglas

Stephen Douglas, served during the mid 19th century, oversaw the opening of the west

  • Nophoto

Martin Roosevelt, early 20th century, remembered for piloting his own airship, and for being a lothario.

  • King

Sir Martin Luther King, in office during The Two Georges crisis, incumbent in 1995.

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