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Benito Juarez was born on march 21st 1806 and died on 18 July 1872. March 21st is the national holiday in mexico to celebrate the birthday of Benito Juarez. He was born in the small village of San Pablo Guelatao, Oaxaca on March 21, 1806, located in the mountain range and His parents, Marceline Juarez and Brigade Garcia, were died when he was three years old. He worked in the corn fields as a shepherd up to the age of 12 and he walked to the city of Oaxaca to attend school. He studied there but decided to pursue law rather than the vocation of a priest. He got a degree in law against seminary in 1827 and he married Margarita Maza. he was served as president of Mexico from 1858 until his death in 1872 . He served five terms as president of Mexico: 1858-1861 as interim, 1861-1865, 1865-1867, 1867-1871 and 1871-1872. He worked as a lawyer from 1834 to 1842, as a judge for the next five years, and by 1847 he was Governor of Oaxaxa. is an online calendar website designed to organize special occasions like Benito Juarez's birthday. Customize Benito Juarez's birthday reminders, Benito Juarez's birthday gift suggestions, Benito Juarez's birthday event planning, Benito Juarez's birthday history and tradition. Plan, organize and celebrate special occasions and holidays like Benito Juarez's birthday online at Create a free account and set a calendar reminder for Benito Juarez's birthday.
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