Argentine Civil Wars
The Argentine Civil Wars were a series of internecine wars that took place in Argentina from 1814 to 1880. These conflicts were separate from the Argentine War of Independence (1810–1820), though they...
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Timeline of the Argentine Civil Wars
The Argentine Civil Wars were a series of internecine wars that took place in Argentina from 1814 to 1876. These conflicts were separate from the Argentine War of Independence (1810 — 1820), though th...
Federales (Argentina)
Federales was the name under which the supporters of federalism in Argentina were known, opposing the Unitarios that claimed a centralised government of Buenos Aires Province, with no participation of...
Federal Pact
The Federal Pact (Spanish: Pacto Federal) was a treaty first signed by the Argentine provinces of Buenos Aires, Entre Ríos and Santa Fe on 4 January 1831, for which a Federal military alliance was...
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Prudencio Ortiz de Rozas
Prudencio Ortiz de Rozas (April 28, 1800-June 1, 1857) was an Argentine general, brother of governor Juan Manuel de Rosas. He fought at the Battle of Márquez Bridge and San José de Flores, and took pa...
Jerónimo Espejo
Jerónimo Espejo (September 30, 1801 - February 18, 1889) was an Argentine general, enlisted in the Army of the Andes. He fought in the battles of Chacabuco, Cancha Rayada and Maipú. He also fought in ...
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Treaty of Benegas
The Treaty of Benegas was a peace treaty signed by the Argentine provinces of Buenos Aires and Santa Fe on 24 November 1820.
After the Batlle of Cepeda, on 1 February 1820, where the caudillo of S...
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Miguel Estanislao Soler
Miguel Estanislao Soler (May 7, 1783 - September 23, 1849) was an Argentine general, who fought in the Argentine War of Independence. He was appointed governor of the Banda Oriental by Buenos Aires in...
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Battle of Quebracho Herrado
The Battle of Quebracho Herrado, fought on 28 November 1840 in the east of Córdoba Province, Argentina, was a victory for the Argentine federal army, led by former Uruguayan president, Brigadier Manue...
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Juan Lavalle
Juan Galo Lavalle (October 17, 1797 – October 9, 1841) was an Argentine military and political figure.
Lavalle was born in Buenos Aires to María Mercedes González Bordallo and Manuel José Lavalle,...
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Unitarian League
The Unitarian League (Spanish: Liga Unitaria) was a league of provinces of Argentina led by José María Paz, established in 1830, aiming to unite the country under unitarian principles. It comprise...
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Manuel Dorrego
Manuel Dorrego (11 June 1787 – 13 December 1828) was an Argentine statesman and soldier. He was governor of Buenos Aires in 1820, and then again from 1827 to 1828.
Dorrego was born in Buenos Aires...
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State of Buenos Aires
The State of Buenos Aires (Estado de Buenos Ayres) was a secessionist republic resulting from the overthrow of the Argentine Confederation government in the Province of Buenos Aires on Sep...
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Amalia (novel)
Amalia is a 19th-century political novel written by the exiled Argentine author José Marmol. First published serially in the Montevideo weekly, Amalia (1851) became Argentina's national novel. Along w...
French blockade of the Río de la Plata
The French blockade of the Río de la Plata was a two-year-long naval blockade imposed by France on the Argentine Confederation ruled by Juan Manuel de Rosas. It closed Buenos Aires to naval commerce. ...
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San Nicolás Agreement
The San Nicolás Agreement (Spanish: Acuerdo de San Nicolás) was a pact signed on May 31, 1852 and subscribed by all but one of the 14 provinces of the United Provinces of the River Plate (the exce...
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Revolution of the Restorers
The Revolution of the Restorers (Spanish: Revolución de los Restauradores) was a rebellion that took place in Buenos Aires in 1833. The governor Juan Ramón Balcarce was ousted from office and repl...
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Facundo
Facundo: Civilization and Barbarism (original Spanish title: Facundo: Civilización y Barbarie) is a book written in 1845 by Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, a writer and journalist who became the seventh p...
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Benjamín Villafañe
Benjamín Villafañe (March 31, 1814 - June 6, 1893) was an Argentine military leader. Born in Tucuman, he fought against Juan Manuel de Rosas during the Argentine Civil War, and escaped to Bolivia afte...
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Ángel Vicente Peñaloza
Ángel Vicente "Chacho" Peñaloza (1796 – 1863) was a military officer and provincial leader prominent in both the history of La Rioja Province and the Argentine Civil Wars that preceded national ...
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Ejército Grande
The so-called Ejército Grande (Big Army in English, also called the Ejército Grande Aliado Libertador, Big Allied Liberating Army) was the Argentine army that in 1852, under the command of the governo...
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Battle of San Cala
The Battle of San Cala (or of Sancala or San Calá), fought in the present-day Minas Department, Córdoba, Argentina, on January 9, 1842, between Unitarian forces and Federalists, who under the command ...