Puerto Rican historian
According to Wikipedia,
Pilar Barbosa de Rosario was an educator, historian and political activist. She was the first female Official Historian of Puerto Rico. Early years Barbosa, born in Bayamón, Puerto Rico, was one of twelve children of Jose Celso Barbosa, also known as the "Father of the Puerto Rican Statehood Movement". Her father was a member of the Puerto Rican Senate from 1917-1921. Barbosa received her primary and secondary education in Bayamon and was exposed to politics at a young age. As a teenager she enjoyed teaching others. After she graduated from high school, she enrolled in the University of Puerto Rico. She was married to José Ezequiel Rosario but lived many decades as a widow.
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