| François Arago|
| 26 November 1896, Paris, France|
Pierre Jean François Arago
François Bonaventure Arago, Marie Arago
Étienne Arago, Jacques Arago, Jean Arago
François Arago, Étienne Arago, Jacques Arago, Pierre Jean François Arago
Emmanuel Arago Wikipedia
Emmanuel Arago (August 6, 1812-November 26, 1896) was a French politician of the French Second Republic, Second French Empire and French Third Republic. He was the son of François Arago. He was a member of the 1848 Constituent Assembly and the National Assembly of 1871. He was a deputy for Pyrénées-Orientales (1848-1851, 1871-1876) and la Seine (1869-1870) and senator for Pyrénées-Orientales (1876-1896). He served as minister of the interior and minister of justice in the Government of France. He was ambassador of France to Switzerland.