In Chilean historiography, the Conservative Republic was a period of Chilean history that extended between 1826[1] and 1861, characterized by the hegemony of the conservative party, whose supporters were called pelucones. It began with the defeat of the pipiolos (Liberals) by the pelucones at the Battle of Lircay ending the Chilean Civil War of 1829–30 and concluded in 1861 with the election of the independent Jose Joaquin Perez as president, ending the hegemony of the conservative party.

Republic of Chile
República de Chile
1826–1861
Anthem: (1826–1847)
Canción Nacional Chilena
(1847–1861)
Himno Nacional de Chile
Location of Chile
CapitalSantiago
Common languagesSpanish
GovernmentUnitary presidential republic
President 
• 1830–1831
Jose Tomas Ovalle
• 1831–1841
Jose Joaquin Prieto
• 1841–1851
Manuel Bulnes
• 1851-1861
Manuel Montt
Vice President 
• 1826
Agustín Eyzaguirre
• 1827
Francisco Antonio Pinto
• 1829
Joaquín Vicuña
• 1830
José Tomás Ovalle
• 1831-1833
Diego Portales
History 
17 April 1826
• Inauguration of Jose Joaquin Perez
18 September 1861
ISO 3166 codeCL
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Patria Nueva
Governorate of Chiloé
Liberal Republic

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  1. ^ Wood, James (1 January 2008). "Sotomayor Valdés, Ramón (1830–1903)". Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture. Archived from the original on 2 August 2013. Retrieved 2 August 2013.