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Female Citizens, Patriarchs and the Law in Venezuela, 1796-1904

Author: DĂ­az, Arlene J.
Year published: 2004
Publisher: University of Nebrasca Press
City: Lincoln and London

PEOPLE MENTIONED :

José María de España (pp 53-55).
Josefa Joaquina Sánchez de España (pp 55).
Josefa Lovera de Aristeguieta (pp 74-78, 84-85).
Juana Bautista Páez (pp 87).
Rita Antonia DĂ­az (pp 87-88).
MarĂ­a Manuela Roxas (pp 90).
Juana MarĂ­a Aponte (pp 90).
MarĂ­a del Carmen Blanco (pp 82-83, 90).
Francisca Rosalía Hernández (pp 85-86, 92).
MarĂ­a Tomasa ChuriĂłn (pp 81-82, 92-93, 95-96).
Ignacia Azcarate (pp 96).
Juana Feliciana DĂ­az (pp 2, 14, 96-97).
Pedro Briceño Méndez (pp 119, 120).
Luiza Blanco (pp 143).
Bacilia Ayala (pp 145).
Vicenta Ochoa (pp 108, 120-131, 147-149).
Juliana LĂłpez (pp 148-149).
Micaela Ravelo (pp 145, 151-155).
MarĂ­a Antonia PĂ©rez (pp 1, 2, 7, 156).
Josefa MarĂ­a Albelo (pp 156-157).
Rosalia Canoso (pp 156, 159-160).
MarĂ­a Antonia BolĂ­var (pp 162-164).
Cecilia Barraniz (pp 166).
Barbara Jedler (pp 169).




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