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Francisca Delauneux

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: White

Biographical details

She was born in France and married José Joaquín de Mora. They went to Buenos Aires in 1827 at the invitation of President Rivadavia. She contributed to the opening of the Colegio Argentino, at which women were educated in the French and English style. When Rivadavia fell, they went to Chile (10 February 1828). She founded a Colegio para Señoritas, and he created El Liceo de Chile, for men. (Montes, Orlandi, 55-58)

Life Events

Other 1827She lived here from February 1827 to February 1828.
Other 1828She went to Chile on 10 February 1828.


Montes, Hugo and Orlandi, Julio, (1969), Historia y antología de la literatura chilena


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