Pedro Paterno

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Pedro Paterno
Pedro Alejandro Paterno.jpg
2nd Prime Minister of the Philippines
In office
May 7, 1899 – November 13, 1899
PresidentEmilio Aguinaldo
DeputyTrinidad Pardo de Tavera
Preceded byApolinario Mabini
Succeeded byJorge B. Vargas
(Ministries involved)
Position abolished
(Position next held by Ferdinand Marcos)
Member of the Philippine Assembly from Laguna's First District
In office
October 16, 1907 – May 20, 1909
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byPotenciano Malvar
Personal details
Born(1857-02-17)February 17, 1857
Manila, Philippines
DiedApril 26, 1911(1911-04-26) (aged 54)
Manila, Philippines
Political partyKatipunan
Alma materAteneo de Manila University

Pedro Alejandro Paterno y de Vera-Ignacio,[1] also spelled Pedro Alejandro Paterno y Debera Ignacio (February 17, 1857 – April 26, 1911)[2] was a Filipino independence activist, revolutionary and politician. He was also a poet and novelist.[3]

He was the second Prime Minister of the Philippines provisional revolutionary government from May 7, 1899 to November 13, 1899.

References[change | change source]

  1. García Castellón, Manuel. "Pedro Alejandro Paterno y de Vera-Ignacio (Manila, 1858 - 1911)". Retrieved 2 June 2011.
  2. Tucker, Spencer C. (2009). The Encyclopedia of Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars: a political, social, and military history, Volume 1. ISBN 9781851099511. Retrieved 2 June 2011., 993 pages
  3. Mojares, Resil (2006). "Pedro Paterno". Brains of the Nation: Pedro Paterno, T.H. Pardo de Tavera, Isabelo de los Reyes, and the Production of Modern Knowledge. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press. pp. 1–118.

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