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Romualdo Palacio González

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General Romualdo Palacios González
Gen. Romualdo Palacios González, Gobernador de Puerto Rico en 1887 (DSC00441H2b).jpg
Gen. Romualdo Palacios González
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Governor of Puerto Rico
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In office
23 March 1887[1] – 11 November 1887[2]
Preceded byLuis Daban y Ramírez de Arellano
Succeeded byJuan Contreras Martínez
Personal details
Born8 February 1827[citation needed]
Malaga, Spain[citation needed]
Died7 September 1907 (1907-09-08) (aged 80)[citation needed]
Getafe, Madrid, Spain[citation needed]
NationalitySpanish
ProfessionGeneral, Governor-General of Puerto Rico

Romualdo Palacios González (8 February 1827 – 7 September 1908)[citation needed] was a Spanish general and governor of Puerto Rico in 1887. He is best remembered for his political persecution of Puerto Rican Autonomistas called Componte, a term than means "to rectify" or "to pacify".[3] His favorite detention centers were the jails at the Ponce Military Barracks in Ponce and the Fort San Felipe del Morro in San Juan. Amongst his most notable persecutions was that of Román Baldorioty de Castro.[4] Palacios was removed from office by the Spanish government and returned to Spain on 11 November 1887. His political prisoners were released on December 24, 1887.[5][6]

References

  1. ^ Governors of Puerto Rico - Under Spanish Rule El Boricua. Accessed 26 January 2019.
  2. ^ Governors of Puerto Rico - Under Spanish Rule El Boricua. Accessed 26 January 2019.
  3. ^ El Componte. Museo del Autonomismo Puertorriqueño, Panteón Nacional Román Baldorioty de Castro, Ponce, Puerto Rico. Accessed November 10, 2010
  4. ^ Las fiestas populares de Ponce. Ramón Marín. Page 28. Retrieved 24 November 2011.
  5. ^ El Componte. Museo del Autonomismo Puertorriqueño, Panteón Nacional Román Baldorioty de Castro, Ponce, Puerto Rico. Accessed November 10, 2010
  6. ^ José Antonio Ayala (1991). La masonería de obediencia española en Puerto Rico, en el siglo XIX (in Spanish). EDITUM. pp. 212–. ISBN 978-84-7684-235-5.

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