Manuel Ferraz de Campos Sales
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Dr. Manuel Ferraz de Campos Sales (Portuguese pronunciation: [manuˈew feˈʁas dʒi ˈkãpus ˈsalis]; 15 February 1841 – 28 June 1913) was a Brazilian lawyer, coffee farmer, and politician who served as the fourth president of Brazil. He was born in the city of Campinas, São Paulo. He graduated as a lawyer from the Faculdade de Direito do Largo de São Francisco, São Paulo, in 1863. He served as a provincial deputy three times, general-deputy once, and also as minister of justice (1889-1891), senator and governor of São Paulo (1896–1897). The pinnacle of his political career was his election as president of Brazil, an office he held between 1898 and 1902. Austere financial reforms were adopted during his tenure.
|President of Brazil|
15 November 1898 – 14 November 1902
|Vice President||Rosa e Silva|
|Preceded by||Prudente de Morais|
|Succeeded by||Rodrigues Alves|
|Born||15 February 1841|
Campinas, São Paulo, Empire of Brazil
|Died||28 June 1913 (aged 72)|
Santos, São Paulo, Brazil
|Political party||Liberal Party (1863-1873)|
Republican Party of São Paulo (1873-1913)
He died in São Paulo on 28 June 1913.