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Milagros Cabrera y Díaz de la Plata

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Gender: F
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Born in Salta in 1806, she married Manuel Ubaldo Plaza, a soldier in the independence army in 1821. She was a fervent supporter of the independence cause. After Güemes's death she donated her jewels to help the movement continue. She was persecuted from 1836 for her Unitarian beliefs. She tried to emigrate but was imprisoned. She later devoted herself to pious works. She died in Salta on 22 August 1888. (Sosa de Newton, 110)

Life Events

Born 1806She was born in Cachi, Salta.
Married 1821She married Manuel Ubaldo Uribe.
Other 1836She was persecuted for her Unitarian beliefs.
Died 1888She died in Salta, on 22 August 1888.


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


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