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|Portrait||Name||Country||Role in early Government||Notes|
|Domingo Edgardo de Maurell||CH||Physician, anthropologist and educator. Campaigned for indigenous rights; founded the Demaurell Institute; and won the 1909 Antarctic Tuzelmann Award.|
|Enrique Gutierrez||CH||Later Foreman of the Liberal Party.|
|Emilio Tejada||CH||Later General of the Army.|
|Benicio Rolando||AR||Roman Catholic priest and later bishop of the Archdiocese of San Martín. Secured the support of the Holy See for Santiago's independence.|
|Judá Cardozo||AR||Secretary of the Treasury||Sephardi Jew, only Jewish Founding Father.|
|Luciano Hernandez II||AR||Foreign Secretary and Diplomat||Twin brother of Augusto Hernandez; won the 1905 Antarctic Tuzelmann Award.|
|Julio Esposito||CH||Secretary of the Interior||Father-in-law of future President Francisco Bodega.|
|Esteban Sanchez||AR||Later General of the Army, Foreman of the National Party, and President of Santiago.|
|Lionel Parker||AR||General of the Army||American filibuster and mercenary who fought for Argentine settlers during the Berkner Land War.|
|Augusto Hernandez||AR||Foreman of the National Party||Twin brother of Luciano Hernandez II. Lead the Argentine delegation to the congress.|
|Miguel Suárez||CH||President||Won the 1908 Antarctic Tuzelmann Award. Lead the Chilean delegation to the congress.|
|Ramón Lucios||CH||Foreman of the Liberal Party|