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According to "[[It's Federation Day!]]", a [[newspaper]] article, '''Thomas Vanderbilt''' was the [[ambassador]] for [[United Earth]] at the [[Federation Charter]] signing ceremony, and was appointed the first [[Federation President|President of the United Federation of Planets]] on [[October|October 11]], [[2161]]. The clipping quoted Vanderbilt as saying, "''We are truly entering a brave new world of peace, exploration, and security with the establishment of this [[Federation]].''" (created as background material for ''[[Star Trek Generations]]'')
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According to "[[It's Federation Day!]]", a [[newspaper]] article, '''Thomas Vanderbilt''' was the [[ambassador]] for [[United Earth]] at the [[Federation Charter]] signing ceremony, and was appointed the first [[Federation President|President of the United Federation of Planets]] on [[October|October 11]], [[2161]]. The clipping quoted Vanderbilt as saying, "''We are truly entering a brave new world of peace, exploration, and security with the establishment of this [[Federation]].''" (created as background material for {{film|7}})
   
 
:''Although the article containing this information was present within the [[Picard family album]] during filming on ''Generations'', it was never seen on-screen. President Thomas Vanderbilt could be a [[22nd century]] descendant of the prominent {{w|Vanderbilt family}}.''
 
:''Although the article containing this information was present within the [[Picard family album]] during filming on ''Generations'', it was never seen on-screen. President Thomas Vanderbilt could be a [[22nd century]] descendant of the prominent {{w|Vanderbilt family}}.''

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Template:Realworld According to "It's Federation Day!", a newspaper article, Thomas Vanderbilt was the ambassador for United Earth at the Federation Charter signing ceremony, and was appointed the first President of the United Federation of Planets on October 11, 2161. The clipping quoted Vanderbilt as saying, "We are truly entering a brave new world of peace, exploration, and security with the establishment of this Federation." (created as background material for Star Trek Generations)

Although the article containing this information was present within the Picard family album during filming on Generations, it was never seen on-screen. President Thomas Vanderbilt could be a 22nd century descendant of the prominent Vanderbilt family.
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