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Antonia Cabral de Caillait

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

Born in Buenos Aires in 1817, the sister of the founder of Saladillo, Francisco Cabral. She became a teacher and married a Frenchman, Carlos Caillait in 1840. A member of the Sociedad de Beneficencia since 1856, she established a school in Dolores (Buenos Aires province) and others in Las Flores, and Saladillo. She set up several more schools in the 1870s, including one mixed school in 1872. She died in Buenos Aires on 8 May 1888. (Sosa de Newton, 109)

Life Events

Born 1817She was born in Buenos Aires.
Married 1840She married Carlos Caillait (French).
Other 1856She joined the Sociedad de Beneficiencia.
Other 1870She set up several schools in Buenos Aires province during the 1870s.
Died 1888She died on 8 May 1888 in Buenos Aires.


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


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