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Administrative divisions of American Samoa

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Subject: Index of American Samoa-related articles, American Samoa, Politics of American Samoa, Geography of American Samoa, Manu'a
Collection: Country Subdivisions of Oceania, Geography of American Samoa, Villages in American Samoa
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Administrative divisions of American Samoa

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
American Samoa

The districts and unorganized atolls are subdivided into 16 counties and 74 villages.[1]


  • Districts and counties 1
    • Unorganized atolls 1.1
  • Villages 2
  • References 3

Districts and counties

Districts of American Samoa. (Not to scale. Rose Atoll is about 100 miles east south-east of Manu'a.)
Counties of American Samoa. (Not to scale.)
  • Eastern District
    • Ituau County
    • Ma'oputasi County
    • Sa'Ole County
    • Sua County
    • Vaifanua County
  • Western District
    • Alataua County
    • Fofo County
    • Leasina County
    • Tualatai County
    • Tualauta County
  • Manu'a District
    • Faleasao County
    • Fitiuta County
    • Ofu County
    • Olosega County
    • Ta'u County

Unorganized atolls


Villages of American Samoa


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