Bookcover of Manuel Bartlett Bautista
Booktitle:

Manuel Bartlett Bautista

Tabasco, Mexico City, Cornish diaspora, Methodism, Mexican Revolution

Aud Publishing (2012-07-15 )

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ISBN-13:

978-613-8-07596-7

ISBN-10:
613807596X
EAN:
9786138075967
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Manuel Bartlett Bautista (*Tenosique, Tabasco, December 23, 1894 — †Mexico City, April 24, 1963) was a Mexican journalist, lawyer, judge, and politician who served as Governor of the State of Tabasco for two years, before being pressured to resign. Manuel Bartlett Bautista was born in Tenosique to Gabriel Bartlett Cámara, a businessman of partial Cornish descent, and Teodora Bautista Pérez. He completed his primary studies in Tenosique and his secondary studies there and at the Mexican Methodist Institute of Puebla. From 1909-15 he lived in Villahermosa, then known as San Juan Bautista de la Villa Hermosa, studying at the Instituto Juárez while also agitating through revolutionary circles. In 1913 Bartlett helped found and became President of the Juárez Institute's Free Student Association, but ended up being expelled from the school after leading a protest against Huerta's assassination of President Madero. While at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México he worked as editor of the student newspaper El Estudiante, graduating with a degree in law in 1920.
Publishing house:
Aud Publishing
Website:
http://www.alphascript-publishing.com
Edited by:
Eldon A. Mainyu
Number of pages:
172
Published at:
2012-07-15
Stock:
Available
Category:
Political science
Price:
49.00 €
Keywords:
Mexico, City, Diaspora, Cornish, Methodism, Tabasco

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