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Joseph Julius Cazimajou

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Joseph Julius Cazimajou (1846-1892)

1893 Obituary [1]

JOSEPH JULIUS CAZIMAJOU was born on the 10th of February, 1846, in Cuba, where his parents, who were French, had settled.

At ten years of age, he was sent to France to be educated at the Lyche Impkriale, Limoges, where he remained until 1865, taking the degree of B. es Sc.

He then studied for three years at the College of Architects, Madrid, and in 1869, was employed on the Cadastral Survey of Spain.

On the completion of that survey, he returned to the West Indies, and was engaged for two years at Martinique, on the construction of the submarine telegraph between the Isthmus of Panama and the West Indian Islands....[more]

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