Luisa Recabárren de Marin (1777-fl. 1820), was one of the national heroines of the Chilean War of Independence. Being a socialite and the host of a literary salon, she was able to serve as a spy for the rebels by her influential contacts.
- R. Adams, Jerome: Notable Latin American Women: Twenty-nine Leaders, Rebels, Poets, Battlers and spies, 1500-1900 MacFarland (1995)
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