Title:Biographies of public officials of El Salvador, 1886
Creator/Contributor:Delgado, Manuel, 1853-
Creator/Contributor:Menéndez, Francisco, 1830-1890
Prepared for H.H. Bancroft: 1. Manuel Delgado, b. 1853 in Cojutepeque, El Salvador. Studied law and became a lawyer of the
Supreme Court. Held various offices, visited California and returned to become vice-president of Salvador's Assembly. In 1886
he became Minister of Foreign Relations and later Minister from Salvador to the United States. 6 p.
(con't) 2. Baltazar Estupinian, b. in Chinameca, El Salvador. He finished college in 1871 and studied law. Started several
periodicals of a political nature and opposed President Raphael Zaldívar, for which he was forced to leave the country. Estupinian
went to Quezaltenango, Guatemala, founded a liberal newspaper, and obtained the degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1878.
At the close of the Guatemalan revolution, he returned to Salvador where he supported General Francisco Menéndez and became
"Ministro del Interior, Gobernación, Fomento, Beneficencia y Instrucción Pública" in 1886. 5 p.; Francisco Menédez, b. 1830
in Ahuachapán, El Salvador. Distinguished himself in military service and became general of the revolutionist army, served
as president from 1885 until his death in 1890. 13 p.
Subject:Courts -- El Salvador
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