|31st President of the Dominican Republic|
12 January 1906 – 19 November 1911
|Preceded by||Carlos Felipe Morales|
|Succeeded by||Council of Secretaries of State|
|18th Vice President of the Dominican Republic|
November 24, 1903 – December 29, 1905
|Preceded by||Eugenio Deschamps Peña|
|Succeeded by||Position abolished|
December 15, 1866|
Moca, Dominican Republic
|Died||November 19, 1911
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
|Political party||Red Party|
|Spouse(s)||Narcisa Ureña Valencia|
|Profession||Lawyer and Politician|
Ramón Arturo Cáceres Vasquez (15 December 1866, Moca, Dominican Republic – 19 November 1911, Santo Domingo) was the 31st president of the Dominican Republic (1906–1911). Serving as vice president under Carlos Felipe Morales, Cáceres assumed the office in 1906. Cáceres was assassinated in 1911, ambushed by rebels and killed in his car.
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- "GEN. HEUREAUX IS ASSASSINATED; President of San Domingo Slain by Ramon Caceres. MURDERER BEING PURSUED Situation in the Republic Is at Present Tranquil. A Number of Previous Attempts to Kill Heureaux -- He Had Become Unpopular with Many Dominicans", NEW YORK TIMES 27. Juli 1899
- "SANTO DOMINGAN PRESIDENT SLAIN; Ramon Caceres, Shot in a Stable, Dies in the American Legation There", NEW YORK TIMES 21. November 1911
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