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Agustina Peralta

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

She was shot in Pamploma, Colombia, in 1816 for her part in the independence struggles. (Hincapie Borda, 145)

She was possibly the sister of Domingo Peralta. She and Eusebia Galvis were auxiliaries in MacGregor's retreat in 1814. She died in battle in Venezuela. (Monsalve, 119)

Life Events

Other 1814She was an auxiliary in Macgregor's retreat in 1814.
Other 1816She was possibly shot by the royalists.


Hincapie Borda, Alicia, (2000), Tras la imagen y la presencia de Policarpa

Monsalve, José D, (1926), Mujeres de la independencia


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