Francisco Javier Gaxiola

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Francisco Javier Gaxiola
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Governor of the State of Mexico
In office
September 11, 1919 – March 8, 1920 (acting)
President Venustiano Carranza
Preceded by Agustín Millán Vivero
Succeeded by Agustín Millán Vivero
Personal details
Born (1870-01-31)January 31, 1870
Sinaloa de Leyva
Died November 18, 1933(1933-11-18) (aged 63)
Mexico City
Nationality Mexican
Profession lawyer, politician, diplomat

Francisco Javier Gaxiola Castillo-Negrete[1] (January 31, 1870 in Sinaloa de Leyva – November 18, 1933 in Mexico City[2]) was a Mexican lawyer, politician and diplomat.

Gaxiola taught in superior-level institutions of law in the Estado de México. As diplomat he was adviser of the Legation of Mexico in Madrid.[3] From September 11, 1919, to March 8, 1920, he was acting Governor of the State of Mexico,[4] while Agustín Millán Vivero, the original governor, accompanied President Venustiano Carranza, when the rebellion in Agua Prieta exploded.[5]

Publications[edit]

  • El General Antonio Rosales : revista histórica del estado en Sinaloa de 1856 a 1865, 1894
  • Gobernantes del estado de México; Muzquiz-Zavala-Olaguíbel, 1899

Decorations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Panorama mexicano 1890-1910 (Spanish), 2006, p. 52.
  2. ^ C. Valadés: Obras (Spanish), 1992, p. XI.
  3. ^ José de J. Núñez y Domínguez: Semblanza biográfica del señor licenciado F. Javier Gaxiola (Spanish).
  4. ^ States of Mexico M-Z - México (Estado de México)
  5. ^ Gerardo Novo Valencia: El centro deportivo Agustín Millán (Spanish), October 22, 2007.

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