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Incumbents [ edit ]
2 January – The sudden death of Vice President Marcos Paz, in a cholera epidemic at Buenos Aires, results in a vacancy that is not filled for several months.
12 April – The electoral college chooses Domingo Sarmiento as its new president by 79 out of 131 votes, making this the most closely contested election during the period.
[1 ] June –
Henry G. Worthington becomes United States Ambassador to Argentina. [2 ]
2 January –
Marcos Paz, Vice President of Argentina (born 1813; cholera) 19 February –
Venancio Flores, Uruguayan politician and general supported by Argentina (born 1808; assassinated) 23 October –
Mariquita Sánchez, Buenos Aires salonnière (born 1786)
References [ edit ]
^ Todo Argentina: 1868 (Spanish)
^ "Henry Gaither Worthington". United States Department of State . Retrieved . 2011-07-16
^ "Uriburu Ends Argentine Rule". Associated Press. 20 February 1932 . Retrieved . 2011-04-26 The General who strode into the Argentine capital almost a year and a half ago and took over the government by threat of arms, tomorrow will stride out in favor of a ...
^ " Marcelo T. de Alvear" (en español). Portal Planeta Sedna. Consultado el 4 de mayo de 2010.
^ Biography of Lisandro de la Torre (in Spanish). Efemérides Culturales Argentinas, website of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology of Argentina.