In addition to being one of the greatest leaders of the abolitionist movement, Nabuco served as ambassador to the United States (1905-1910), spent many years in both England and France, where he was a strong advocate for Pan-Americanism, presiding over the Third Pan-American Conference held in Rio de Janeiro in 1906.
Nabuco was one of the founders of the Brazilian Academy of Letters, occupying the chair dedicated to patron Maciel Monteiro. Among the immortals, he maintained a close friendship with the writer Machado de Assis.
Nabuco suffered from a hematological disease known as Polycythemia Vera, which would ultimately lead to his death. He passed away at the age of 60 in Washington.
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