Francisco González Guinán

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Francisco González Guinán
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Minister of Development of Venezuela
In office
President Antonio Guzmán Blanco
Minister of Home Affairs of Venezuela
In office
President Hermógenes López
139th Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela
In office
19 December 1908 – 13 August 1909
President Juan Vicente Gómez
Preceded by José de Jesús Paúl
Succeeded by Juan Pietri
Personal details
Born (1841-10-03)3 October 1841
Valencia, Venezuela
Died 7 December 1932(1932-12-07) (aged 91)
Macuto, Venezuela
Profession politician, historian, journalist
Religion Roman Catholic

Francisco González Guinán (3 October 1841 – 7 December 1932), was a Venezuelan politician, journalist, lawyer, prominent historian of the 19th century in his country, and one of the main supporters of Antonio Guzmán Blanco.

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