Francisco Antonio Encina
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Francisco Antonio Encina Armanet (September 10, 1874, San Javier – August 23, 1965, Santiago) was a political essayist and Chilean historian. He authored the History of Chile from Prehistory to 1891: with 20 volumes, it stands as the largest individual historical work of the 20th century in Chile. Additionally, he worked with Tancredo Pinochet, Guillermo Subercaseaux, Luis Alberto Edwards Galdames and Vives as founders of the first Chilean nationalist party.
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