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Francisca Aguirre

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Indigenous

Biographical details

Born in 1757, from Tinta, Cuzco, she worked as a servant to Corregidor Antonio de Arraiga, and the Túpac Amarus apparently forced her into serving their rebellion in 1780. In 1783 she is listed as aged 26 and probably Indian. She was tried in 1783 and pardoned. (Campbell, 192)

Daughter of Nicolasa Aguirre?

Life Events

Born 1757She was born around 1757.
Other 1780She was apparently forced into joining the Túpac Amaru rebellion.
Other 1783She was tried and acquitted for her part in the Túpac Amaru rebellion.


Campbell, Leon, (1985), Women and the Great Rebellion in Peru, 1780-1783


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