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us: Sáenz, Manuela, 1797?-1856



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    • us: Thorne, Manuela Sáenz de, 1797?-1856
    • us: Sáenz y Aspuru, Manuela, 1797?-1856
    • us: Manuela Libertad, 1797?-1856
    • us: Libertad, Manuela, 1797?-1856
    • us: La Sáenz, 1797?-1856
    • us: Sáenz Aizpuru, Manuela, 1797?-1856
    • us: Sáenz, Manuelita, 1797?-1856
    • us: Aizpuru, Manuela Sáenz, 1797?-1856
    • us: Aspuru, Manuela Sáenz y, 1797?-1856
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    • found: La vida ardiente de Manuelita Sáenz, 1944.
    • found: Manuela Libertad, 1983: t.p. (Manuela Libertad) p. 16 (Manuela Sáenz)
    • found: Homenaje a Manuela Sáenz, libertadora del Libertador, 1985: t.p. (Manuela Sáenz, 1797-1856) p. 3 (b. 1797 in Quito; died 1856 in Paita)
    • found: Enc. Brit., 1988 (Sáenz, Manuela, byname La Sáenz; b. Dec. 27, 1797 in Quito, Ecuador, d. Nov. 23, 1856 in Paita, Peru)
    • found: Enciclopedia ilustrada del Peru ... 1987 (Sáenz, Manuela; b. 1796 in Quito; d. 23 Nov. 1856 in Paita)
    • found: Manuela Sáenz, 1983: t.p. (Manuela Sáenz) p. 33 (d. 23 Nov. 1856 in Paita, Perú) p. 35 (b. 27 Dec. 1797 in Quito)
    • found: Manuela Sáenz, 197-: t.p. (Manuela Sáenz) p. 20 (b. 1797 in Quito) p. 199 (d. 23 Nov. 1856)
    • found: Manuela Sáenz, 1996 : p. 5 (Manuela Sáenz Aizpuru, b. 1795 in Quito)
    • found: Sin temores ni llantos, 1997: t.p. (Manuelita Sáenz)
    • found: Wikipedia, July 28, 2014 (Doña Manuela Sáenz; born December 27, 1797 (or possibly 1795) in Quito; died November 23, 1856 in Paita, Perú; revolutionary hero of South America and the mistress of the South American revolutionary leader, Simón Bolívar. She had an eight-year collaboration and intimate relationship with Bolívar that lasted until his death in 1830. After she prevented an 1828 assassination attempt against him and facilitated his escape, Bolívar began to call her "Libertadora del libertador" ("liberator of the liberator"), and she was celebrated and given many honors; historically, Manuela's role generally was overlooked until the late twentieth century)
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