Édouard Laferrière

"Le scieur Laferrière" by [[André Gill]] from ''[[L'Éclipse]]'', 4 September 1869 Édouard Louis Julien-Laferrière (26 August 1841 – 2 July 1901) was a French lawyer and authority in administrative law who held various senior administrative positions during the French Third Republic. He wrote a treatise on administrative law that defined the basis for modern French administrative law. He was appointed Governor-General of Algeria during a crisis in 1898, and established an elected advisory assembly with little real power. He encouraged southward expansion into the Sahara. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Laferrière, Edouard
Published 1867
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by Laferrière, Firmin 1798-1861
Published 1885
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by Laferrière, Edouard
Published 1887
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by Laferrière, Edouard
Published 1887
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by Laferrière, Edouard 1841-1901
Published 1887
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by Laferrière, Edouard
Published 1888
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by Laferrière, Edouard 1841-1901
Published 1888
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Published 1892
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Published 1892
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Published 1892
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Published 1895
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by Laferrière, Edouard
Published 1896
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