TITLE

Dilemas y discursos sobre la continuidad de los pueblos de indios de la jurisdicción de La Rioja bajo las reformas borbónicas

AUTHOR(S)
Boixadós, Roxana
PUB. DATE
November 2012
SOURCE
Mundo Agrario;2012, Vol. 13 Issue 25, Special section p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The work approaches the challenges to the continuity of the towns of raised Indians of the Rioja from the speeches of civil employees, neighborsand you cure parish priests who marked the old native corporation like a "problem" throughout century XVIII. The policies implemented by the borbónica management aimed to obtain greater fiscal collection through periodic empadronamientos and you revisit that they on a par categorizaban to the population that evaluated of critical way the chaste relation between the tributary one and the rights to earth. Diverse proposals of transfers of population, "depopulated" earth leasing or closing threatened the continuity of the towns of Indians and generated different alternatives from chaste answer on the part of the tributary one.
ACCESSION #
87646038

 

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