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Victoria, Guadalupe, 1786-1843

LC control no.n 85345810
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingVictoria, Guadalupe, 1786-1843
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Variant(s)Félix Fernández, Manuel, 1786-1843
Fernández, Manuel Félix, 1786-1843
Fernández y Féliz, Miguel, 1786-1843
Félix, Miguel Fernández y, 1786-1843
Fernández Félix, Miguel, 1786-1843
Fernández y Félix, José Miguel Ramón Adaucto, 1786-1843
See alsoMexico. President (1824-1829 : Victoria)
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Associated countryMexico
Birth date17860929
Death date18430321
Place of birthTamazula (Durango, Mexico)
Place of deathPerote (Mexico)
Profession or occupationHeads of state Lawyers Soldiers Politicians
Found inMéxico, colonia, imperio o república? 1981: p. 11 (Guadalupe Victoria)
Encic. de México, 1977 (Victoria, Guadalupe (Manuel Félix Fernández); b. 1786 in Tamazula, Durango; d. 1843; in 1824 became first president of the Mexican Republic)
Dicc. biog. mex., 1944 (Victoria, Guadalupe insurgent & president of Mexico; changed name from Miguel Fernández y Félix)
Dicc. Porrúa, 1971 (Victoria, Guadalupe, 1786-1843, 1st pres. of Mexico; born Miguel Fernández Félix changed name to Guadalupe Victoria)
LC data base, 2-5-86 (hdg.: Victoria, Guadalupe, Pres. Mexico, 1789-1843)
Manifiesto del Supremo Poder Ejecutivo de la República Mexicana a los habitantes de sus estados federados, 1824: p. 6 (Guadalupe Victoria)
Wikipedia, Nov. 28, 2011 (Guadalupe Victoria; b. September 29, 1786; d. March 21, 1843 in Perote, Veracruz, Mexico. Born José Miguel Ramón Adaucto Fernández y Félix, he was a politician and military man who fought for independence against the Spanish Empire in the Mexican War of Independence. He served as the first president of Mexico.)
Associated languagespa