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|Auguste Jean Baptiste Marques|
|Born||17 November 1841|
Toulon, Kingdom of France
|Died||13 March 1929 (87)|
|Alma mater||University of Paris (Medicine); University of Lisbon (D.Sc.)|
Auguste Jean Baptiste Marques (November 17, 1841 - March 13, 1929) was a French-born diplomat, teacher, businessman, and theosophist who long resided in Hawaiʻi, where he served as a member of the legislature under King David Kalākaua, and acted as a consular representative of France (1912-1929), Russia (1908-1918), Panama (1909), and Belgium (1914) in the American-annexed territory.
- Marques, Auguste (December 1893), "The Population of the Hawaiian Islands: Is the Hawaiian a Doomed Race?: Present and Future Prospects", Journal of Polynesian Society 2 (4): 253-270, http://www.jps.auckland.ac.nz/document/Volume_2_1893/Volume_2,_No.4,_December_1893/The_population_of_the_Hawaiian_islands._Is_the_Hawaiian_a_doomed_race%3F_by_A._Marques,_p_253-270
- Marques, Auguste (1896), The Human Aura: A Study, San Francisco: Office of Mercury, https://borderlandsciences.org/project/aura/ref/marques/index.html
- Marques, Auguste (1897), Scientific Corroborations of Theosophy, San Francisco: Mercury Publishing Co.
- Bouslog, Charles S., Doctor Auguste Jean Baptiste and Evelyn Oliver Marques, manoa.hawaii.edu, https://evols.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/bitstream/10524/370/2/JL26165.pdf