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Estanislada Tartás de Wright

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Biographical details

From Buenos Aires, she was the daughter of Julia Tartás and José Tartás. She supported the independence cause and contributed 6 onzas of gold to the equipping of the 1810 expedition. She was one of the first three members of the Sociedad de Beneficencia named by Rivadavia on 18 February 1823. She resigned soon afterwards following the death of her brother. She and her husband freed their slaves, but were betrayed by one of them to Rosas and la Mazorca broke into their house and destroyed many of their belongings and confiscated their wealth. (Sosa de Newton, 629)

Life Events

Other 1810She donated gold to the independence movement.
Other 1823She joined the Sociedad de Beneficencia on 18 February 1823.


Sosa de Newton, Lily, (1986), Diccionario biográfico de mujeres argentinas


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