Mariano Chico

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Mariano Chico
Mexico  Governor of Alta California
In office
April 1836 – July 1836
President Antonio López de Santa Anna
Preceded by Nicolas Gutierrez
Succeeded by Nicolas Gutierrez
Personal details
Born 1796
Died 1850
Profession Soldier
Religion Roman Catholic

Colonel Mariano Chico (1796–1850) served one of the briefest terms as Alta California governor from April 1836 to July 1836. He was both preceded and succeeded by the equally unpopular Lieutenant Colonel Nicolas Gutierrez, who joined him in exile in Mexico on November 5, 1836, by a northern revolt.

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