Pinet Laprade

Émile Pinet-Laprade (1822-1869) was a governor of Senegal.


Succeeding Bernard Jauréguiberry, Pinet-Laprade was governor of Senegal from May 13, 1863 until July 14, 1863. Louis Faidherbe then took over until May 1, 1865, when Pinet-Laprade assumed the position again until July 14, 1863. Ferdinand Charles Alexandre Tredos then succeeded him. Pinet-Laprade was born on July 13, 1822 in Mirepoix, Ariège and died on August 17, 1869 in Saint-Louis, Senegal. He was buried in Mirepoix on August 11, 1872.


A major boulevard in Dakar bears his name. He had no children.


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