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Judge Arce believed that such a drastic measure would not only prevent the development of future criminals by removing children from perceived dangerous situations, but would also help suffocate the trade in humans that seemed to persist in the territory.

Several other early newspapers in Viedma during the late nineteenth century had similarly short lives, most lasting less than a year. If the patronage networks between local officials and powerful neighbors created a para- legal structure designed to maintain peace and order in small frontier towns, then the accessibility of connections to outside authorities was the first step in breaking through those arrangements.

In trying to convince his superiors of the economic feasibility of his plan, Arce highlighted the possibility of using the religious order as an institutional repository for the children, saving the government considerable sums. To what extent were non-state actors involved in the assimilation and administration of indigenous subjects in northern Patagonia?

The cornerstone of the republican pedagogy—municipal autonomy as training ground in electoral politics—never really gained traction, as early disappointments and contention made national authorities wary of increasing local power.

Who is her father? The appointment was supposed to last two years, but only one Chief achieved that benchmark. Towns, villages, and infrastructure Settlements in northern Patagonia developed quickly and chaotically, even though a majority of districts remained primarily rural well into the twentieth century.

SR Books,— Jones explains that: But the instability and constant acephaly at the highest Territorial office prevented coherent guidelines or sustained reform.

Their fates under Argentine rule were uneven. The location vllafae the defiant flag underscored the important role of immigrants to urban life in Patagonia, as they tended to be overrepresented in the commercial, industrial, and financial sectors in most frontier towns. The disbandment of the camps after led to the settlement of indigenous people in marginal areas, the tierras fiscales that the state had not managed to sell.

Postcolonial Colonialism and State Making in Patagonia.

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She bravely weathered the loneliness, cold, and boredom of provincial archives with me, and made the research not just bearable but enjoyable. Prohistoria Ediciones, As part of the transition to autonomous provinces, each Territory could petition Congress to receive admittance into the nation as once it reached 60, residents. The student-run Berkeley Latin American History working group was an invaluable resource in shaping this project.


The Italian merchant refused to budge, daring the police to escalate the situation, which the sub-comisario happily did. AGN, Inventario Policing the frontier: An open confrontation between local authorities in General Roca threatened to drag the regional authorities into a morass in Figure 1- The broader Comahue region of northern Patagonia, with neighboring provinces notice the topographic change from west to east: While immigration to Argentina peaked between andthe inflow of immigrants to Patagonia peaked in the following decade.

The waves of immigrants arriving in northern Patagonia from Chile, Europe, and the Middle East created dense social networks—a web of formal associations and informal relationships—which they used to deflect the coercive power of the state.

The Pax Rosista ended the raids for several decades. How common was it for neighbors to band together to slow down the progress of justice? My mother, Denise, inculcated the love of reading at a young age, and encouraged my curiosity. The nuns argued that the practice of placing the girls in family homes after they had spent some time in the Colegio had two negative effects: Unable, and at times unwilling, to extend political rights to the population in Patagonia, Argentina administered the region with two federal appointees: Under an Uncertain Flag p.

Eventually the prosecutor recommended the case be dismissed, given the casual nature of the infraction and time elapsed since the arrest. They consolidated their economic jacier by forging tight socio-cultural associations that operated within their communities and even spoke at times for the broader villafaee.

Viedma, and its surrounding departamento, had the largest and most multinational population in all of Patagonia. Administrators vullafae to remain crafty, and ceooso dependence on local elites for basic funding demanded compromises to retain the material support of the population. The low-lying depression near the end of the valley causes a peculiar phenomenon, during high tide: From Independence to c.

One of the first federal judges in the region, Juez Letrado Abraham Arce articulated an ambitious social program to systematically institutionalize the children of indigenous families, with the Salesian missions at its very core.

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The fact that the councilmen 28 For a short biographic note on Viera, see: Yale University Press,16— Patagonian rivers, fed mostly by snowmelt, begin as turbulent whitewater brooks as they descend the Andes, adding tributaries from different valleys before slowing down into meandering, navigable waterways in the plateau. His isolation guaranteed a semblance of outside accountability to immigrants enduring the excesses of local authorities.


In fact, while in the U. The economic concerns and the well cultivated social relationships sometimes led to an active role in local government.

After hearing from the Italian community, the midwife, and the landowner whose testimony incriminated Aveli but did little to support Manuelathe local police submitted a report to the prosecutor recommending charges against Manuela. While one network would attempt to mobilize state agents to investigate a javifr, a different network would vaballo to stall the investigation and derail it. Vecinos cultivated both patronage relationships with state agents—which they used to ensure that the police in their communities were able to function, and that they could rely on them if needed—as well as wide-ranging social networks designed to protect themselves from the state.

Her daughter, however, suffered a different fate.

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The two cases in this section show how powerful the mere suggestion of indigenousness could be in radically altering the course of an investigation. If the first stage of the Conquest was categorized by swift troop movements, massive removals, and the dismemberment of families, the second wave of campaigns established detention camps—a dramatic change in policy that resulted in the concentration, rather than dispersal, of indigenous groups in certain areas of northern Patagonia.

Her relentless optimism and constructive criticisms made this project infinitely better. Why would Leonarda wander off almost two miles out of her way onto a rocky hill while holding on to her canteen? Harvard University Press, ; Eric V.

As the epigraph for this chapter suggests, the Argentine government had a longstanding plan to transplant European bodies, and crucially also European villavae virtues, into the frontier. The hybrid design—partially democratic, partially by executive appointments—proved contentious. The second debate is around the nature of Argentine liberalism.

Unexpectedly, considering the relentlessness with which other indigenous behavior was prosecuted, they continued to see the surviving indigenous cultural practices as attenuating circumstances for potential crimes.