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Manuel Rojas

Military Person
Male
Born 1820
Hometown Caracas, Venezuela
Died 18 AD
Death Place Venezuela

Commander Manuel Rojas, Commander of the Puerto Rican Liberation Army, was one of the main leaders of the Grito de Lares uprising against Spanish rule in Puerto Rico.

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CHILDHOOD

1831 Birth Born in 1831.

THIRTIES

1869 38 Years Old The incoming governor of Puerto Rico, Jose Sanz, received orders from the new Republican Spanish Government to grant a general amnesty to all those imprisoned, effective on September 20, 1869. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1903 72 Years Old Rojas was exiled to Venezuela and went to live in Boconó a city in the Venezuelan Andean state of Trujillo. Little is known about what he did after he went into exile except that he died in October 14, 1903, in he died in Boconó. … Read More
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