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Magdalena Morales de Salazar

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

Possibly from Antioquia, she was the sister of Juan de D├şos Morales, wife of Coronel Diego G├│mez de Salazar. Her son, Capit├ín Baltazar Salazar was killed in battle at Tasines on Nari├▒o's orders. Two more sons were in the independence army. In 1816 she was forced to flee with G├│mez de Salazar into the mountains of Palagua where she lived hidden in the woods by the River Nare until independence was won. During her exile she suffered ill health and had no idea what was happening to her sons. (Monsalve, 103)

Life Events

Other 1816She was forced to flee to the mountains of Palagua.

References

Monsalve, Jos├ę D, (1926), Mujeres de la independencia


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