Guillermo Tell Villegas Pulido
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Guillermo Tell Villegas Pulido (1854-1949), was a Venezuelan lawyer, journalist and politician. Acting president of Venezuela in 1892, during the crisis of the Revolucion Legalista (Legalist Revolution) leaded by Joaquin Crespo.
Being born in Barinas, son of Jose Antonio Villegas and Nieves Pulido, soon moves to Caracas, studying law at the Central University of Venezuela, obtaining his degree in 1875. Along with his uncle of the same name, founds in 1876 La Paz school in Caracas.
Villegas Pulido, was also dedicated to journalism, founding the magazines Alianza Literaria (1876), La Mayoria (1879), at the city of La Victoria, and the journal Monitor in Ciudad Bolivar (1889),
Historia de Venezuela / Tomas del poder
Medicina en el tiempo / Academia Biomedica Digital
Biography of Villegas Pulido at mipunto.com / Venezuela Virtual
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