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Climaco Calderon

Climaco Calderon Reyes (1852 1913) was a Colombian lawyer, statesman and diplomat, who became President of Colombia for one day, following the death of President Francisco Javier Zaldua.

Calderon was born in Santa Rosa de Viterbo, Boyaca Department, on August 23, 1852, in what was then the Republic of New Granada. He died in Bogota, Cundinamarca on July 19, 1913, at the age of 60.

His parents were Carlos Calderon Reyes and Clotilde Reyes Fonseca, half sister of future President Rafael Reyes Prieto. He was married to Amelia Perez Triana, daughter of President Santiago Perez de Manosalba.

Related websites

El curso forzoso en los Estados Unidos. (WorldCat.org)

Elementos de hacienda puIblica. (WorldCat.org)

Colombia 1893 / by CliImaco CalderoIn and Edward E. Britton. (WorldCat.org)

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