Juan Manuel Rodríguez

  • juan manuel rodríguez, president of the state of el salvador (1824)

    juan manuel rodríguez (december 31, 1771, in san salvador, el salvador – 1847, near cojutepeque, el salvador) was a salvadoran revolutionary against spain and later president of the state of el salvador within the federal republic of central america (briefly in 1824).

    he was born in san salvador to pedro delgado and josefa rodríguez. his father was panamanian and his mother salvadoran. they were not married.

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  • as chief of state of el salvador
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Juan Manuel Rodríguez, president of the State of El Salvador (1824)

Juan Manuel Rodríguez (December 31, 1771, in San Salvador, El Salvador – 1847, near Cojutepeque, El Salvador) was a Salvadoran revolutionary against Spain and later president of the State of El Salvador within the Federal Republic of Central America (briefly in 1824).

He was born in San Salvador to Pedro Delgado and Josefa Rodríguez. His father was Panamanian and his mother Salvadoran. They were not married.