Ángel Maria Herrera

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Ángel Maria Herrera
BornÁngel María Herrera
December 3, 1859
Died May 2, 1948
panama
Nationality Panamanian
Occupation Teacher

Ángel Maria Herrera (December 3, 1859, Penonomé District, Coclé Province, Panama - May 2, 1948 Panama), was a Panamanian educator.

Penonomé District District in Coclé Province, Panama

Penonomé District is a district (distrito) of Coclé Province in Panama. The population according to the 2000 census was 72,448. The district covers a total area of 1700 km². The capital lies at the city of Penonomé.

Coclé Province Province in Panama

Coclé is a province of central Panama on the nation's southern coast. The sub-capital is the city of Penonomé. This province was created by the Act of September 12, 1855 with the title of Department of Coclé during the presidency of Dr. Justo de Arosemena. It became a province, Decretory Number 190, on October 20, 1985. Coclé is primarily an agricultural area, with sugar and tomatoes as major crops. The province has a number of well-known beaches, such as Santa Clara, Farallon and Rio Hato, and tourist activity has increased in recent years. It has a population of 233,708 (2010).

Panama republic in Central America

Panama, officially the Republic of Panama, is a country in Central America, bordered by Costa Rica to the west, Colombia to the southeast, the Caribbean Sea to the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the south. The capital and largest city is Panama City, whose metropolitan area is home to nearly half the country's 4 million people.

Received her teaching degree in 1884 at the Ecole Normale de Institutores and that same year was appointed Académicode the Boys' School of Saints, and a year later was reappointed Chief Academic School for Boys of St. Anne in Panama. He was the son of Don Braulio Herrera and Doña Luisa Tuñón. Herrera was named Preceptor in Penonome. A year later it was 1897 he was Director of the School of the College of the Isthmus. For several years he was inspector of public instruction in the province of Colon and Cocle province. In the District of Penonomé school there with your name. A few years ago the school suffered a serious fire in which spent $40,000 in losses. [1]

School Angel Maria Herrera ", located in the District of Penonome, Cocle province Escuela Secundaria Angel Maria Herrera.jpg
School Angel Maria Herrera ", located in the District of Penonomé, Cocle province
Fire at School "Angel Maria Herrera." Incendio en Escuela Secundaria Angel Maria Herrera.jpg
Fire at School "Angel Maria Herrera."

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