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Simón Bolívar
[Simon Bolivar]
July 24, 1783 - December 17, 1830
President of Colombia (1821-30) and Peru (1823-29), Bolívar lead the revolutions against Spanish rule in New Grenada. Although called El Libertador, his authoritative political thinking provoked further civil wars and revolts against his rule, forcing him to flee to his estate near Santa Marta where he shortly thereafter died of tuberculosis.
Initiated: Cadiz, Spain
Joined Scottish Rite: 1807
Founded Lodge Order and Liberty No. 2, Peru: 1824

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