Title:Biographies of Guatemalans, 1885-1886
Creator/Contributor:Barillas, Manuel Lisandro, 1844-
Creator/Contributor:Cruz, Fernando, 1845-1901
Creator/Contributor:Letona, Lisandro, 1838-
Creator/Contributor:Rodriguez, Juan J., 1840-
Creator/Contributor:Sanchez, Manuel Eliseo, 1828-
Creator/Contributor:Casanova y Estrada, Ricardo, 1844-1913
Creator/Contributor:Echeverría, Manuel, 1817-
Creator/Contributor:Bleuler, Oton, 1843-
Creator/Contributor:Aguirre, Antonio, 1850-
Creator/Contributor:Dardon, Manuel Joaquín, 1821-
Creator/Contributor:Cardenas, Manuel, 1844-
Creator/Contributor:Falla, Salvador, b. 1845
Creator/Contributor:Barrios, Justo Rufino, 1835-1885
1. Manuel Lisandro Barillas, farmer and soldier, rose from the ranks to become president of the republic, 1885-1890. Summary
of his life. N.p., n.d. 4 p.; 2. Statement of the career of Fernando Cruz of Guatemala (b. 1845), Ministro de Gobernación
and other official posts. N.p., n.d. 1 p.; 3. Lisandro Letona, b. September 17, 1838, in Salvador, migrated to Guatemala and
entered the military; served in Costa Rica as commander at Punta Arenas; returned to Salvador in 1876 and placed in charge
of its eastern departments; maintained peace between Guatemala and Honduras. N.p., ca. 1885. 3 p.
(con't) 4. Career of Juan J. Rodríguez, b. 1840, lawyer, student of flora and zoology; founded zoological museum; member of
the constituent assembly from the department of Sacatepequez. N.p., ca. 1886. 6 p.; 5. Manuel Eliseo Sánchez, b. 1828, distinguished
lawyer, held various government posts. N.p., ca. 1885. 2 p.; 6. Ricardo Casanova y Estrada, b. 1844. Lawyer and public official;
took holy orders, 1875, and in 1886 was named Archbishop of Guatemala. N.p., ca. 1886. 3 p.; 7. Manuel Echeverría, b. 1817,
lawyer, public official. N.p., ca. 1885. 3 p.; 8. Oton Bleuler, b. in Zurich, 1843; migrated to Guatemala in 1868. Businessman.
N.p., ca. 1885. 2 p.
(con't) 9. Antonio Aguirre, b. 1850. Businessman and civic leader. N.p., ca. 1885. 1 p.; 10. Dr. Manuel Joaquín Dardón, b.
1821. Lawyer, judge, and public leader. N.p., ca. 1885. 3 p.; 11. Manuel Cárdenas, b. 1844, merchant and government official.
N.p., ca. 1885. 1 p.; 12. Salvador Falla, b. 1845, professor, cabinet minister and public servant. N.p., ca. 1886. 4 p.; 13.
Justo Rufino Barrios, president of the republic. Personal description; method of government. N.p., ca. 1886. 8 p.
Subject:Guatemala -- Politics and government
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