Frederick Valdemar Erastus Peterson

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Frederick Valdemar Erastus Peterson
Order: 13th Premier Président
Term of Office: 1 Vendémiaire CLIII - 30 Fructidor CLIX
Predecessor: Charles Wilhelm Braun
Successor: Henri Samuel Truman
Date of birth: 29 Messidor CXI (July 18, 1903)
Date of death: 24 Vendémiaire CXCII (October 17, 1983)
Place of birth: Bransenay, Nouvelle Cournouaille, Louisianne
Profession: Teacher, Politician
Political Party: Republican Free Party (Parti Républicain Libre)
Relgious Affiliation: Catholic

Frederick Valdemar Erastus Peterson (July 18, 1903–October 17, 1983), known as Val, was the First President of Louisianne from 23 September, 1944 to 17 September, 1951.

Peterson was born in Bransenay, Nouvelle Cournouaille. He received a teaching diploma from l'Université de Chambéon, and a Maitrise of Political Science from l'Université de Lyons-sur-Mizouri.

Prior to the Second Great War, Peterson worked as a teacher, school administrator, and newspaper man. For most of the war until he was wounded, Peterson served in the Foreign Legion of France. After he was wounded in 1942, he returned home.

Peterson served as Louisiannan Ambassador to the Scandinavian Realm 1957-1961 and 1969-1973.

Peterson died October 17, 1983. He is interned at Bransenay Cemetery, In Bransenay, Nouvelle Cournouaille.

Preceded by:
Charles Wilhelm Braun
First President of Louisianne
Succeeded by:
Henri Samuel Truman