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Néstor Montoya

Néstor Montoya
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Born (1862-04-14)April 14, 1862
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Died

January 13, 1923(1923-01-13) (aged 60#REDIRECT

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Nationality American
Political party Republican
Occupation House of Representatives, journalist
Religion Roman Catholic Church

Néstor Montoya (April 14, 1862 – January 13, 1923) was a United States Representative from New Mexico. As an editor and politician, Néstor Montoya dedicated himself to the inclusion of Hispanics in the political and social life of New Mexico, and to the campaign for New Mexico statehood.

Biography

Early life

He was born in Old Albuquerque, New Mexico where he attended the common schools. In 1881, he graduated from St. Michael's College, Santa Fe, New Mexico. After graduation he worked as a postal clerk for the U.S. Post Office in Santa Fe, and later at the U.S. Treasury Office there. He began newspaper work in 1889 and owned and edited the Spanish paper called La Bandera American.

Politics career

Montoya was member of the New Mexico Territorial House of Representatives 1892–1903 and served as speaker in the latter year. He was a member of the New Mexico Territorial Senate in 1905 and 1906. He was president of the New Mexico Press Association 1908–1923. He was a delegate to the convention that drafted and adopted the state Constitution of New Mexico in 1910 and a regent of the University of New Mexico 1916–1919. He helped write provisions into the Constitution of New Mexico to protect the rights of Hispanics in the areas of education, voting, and civil liberties. Also, he was a member of the Council of National Defense 1917–1919.

Montoya was the chairman of the Bernalillo County, New Mexico draft board during the First World War and clerk of Bernalillo County in 1919 and 1920. He was elected as a Republican to the Sixty-seventh Congress and served from March 4, 1921 until his death in Washington, D.C. in 1923. While in Congress, Montoya served on the Indian Affairs Committee, and the

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