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This chapter unfolds in three sections. These petitions and complaints became an effective way to appeal to the governors, especially in conjunction with appeals through newspapers and traditional patronage networks.

The shift away from restrictive democracy and towards broad political participation remains a watershed moment in Argentine history, holding the key to understanding the political development of the twentieth century and even the rise of populism in mid-century. Regional authorities were appointed directly by the executive in Buenos Aires, with only minimal need to court local elites, whose lack of effective political power curbed their ability to interfere.

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University of California Press,96— Economic success brought more people to frontier outposts, but it fell to social and cultural associations to tie the immigrant communities together.

After hearing from villaae 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.

Immigrants from overseas tended to follow countrymen into the frontier, coalescing in particular urban settings, and creating ethnic strongholds in northern Patagonia.

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: Based on the belief that a deferral of democracy would prevent demagogues from seizing power, the direct administration of Patagonia by Argentine authorities outlived the philosophy that had produced it, and was kept in place out of exigency and inertia.

The few police that were hired were concentrated in the urban areas. Moya, Cousins and Strangers: Dominga described a strange situation unfolding over several weeks: For the rest of the decade, the trend to create comisiones de fomento instead of municipal councils whenever possible continued, which allowed the governor to appoint trusted confidants and allies as members to avoid conflict. These cases show the importance of social networks to ensure the success or failure of a complaint against a medical practitioner, while highlighting the power of police investigations even unsuccessful ones to disrupt the activities of illegitimate doctors and their associates.


The capture of women had, throughout the nineteenth century, been a contentious issue in frontier society. Last, the police had a tense relationship with vecinos prominent neighborswho were vocal in their demands for good police but had few avenues to demand change. Alan Sheridan New York: AGN, Inventario Policing the frontier: In Berkeley, Jenelle and James, Mia and Zach, Molly and Paul, and Megan and Joe punctuated the rhythms of graduate life with their unparalleled culinary prowess, timely happy hours, and contagious good spirits.

While one network would attempt to mobilize state agents to investigate a complaint, a different network would try to stall the investigation and derail it. The second kind of social relationships developed as a way to bypass those local arrangements. Sergeant Arce uncovered three contradictory narratives. Cornell University Press, and; Robert D. The economic concerns and the well cultivated social relationships sometimes led to an active role in local government.

In the rural hinterlands, the physical isolation of precarious infrastructure was compounded by the lack of printed press and many of the other features of a public sphere. On the other hand, the Buenos Aires government and its newly acquired indigenous allies pursued punitive actions against non-allied indigenous groups, sometime quite asymmetrically, which increased the number of indigenous people living under the allotment system.

She bravely weathered the loneliness, cold, and boredom of provincial archives with me, and made the research not just bearable but enjoyable. Consider, for example, the inauguration by the Minister of Education Esteban Bullrich of a veterinary school in Choele Choel, near the site where the successful campaign to subdue Patagonia had been launched.

Throughout the period, however, state representatives, settlers, and indigenous subjects used indigeneity as powerful legal tool to either incriminate or villaafae suspects, tapping into a deep reservoir of shared cultural misreadings.

For example, ivllafae popular participation in groups opposed to Liberal state, see: One of the first federal judges in the region, Juez Letrado Abraham Arce articulated an villagae social program to systematically institutionalize the children of indigenous families, with the Salesian missions at its very core.

How each town created its own network of loyalties tying local merchants, justices of the peace, villavae police force is the subject of much of this dissertation, but the entire structure of interlocking relationships existed only insofar as it could graft onto the sturdy, deliberate, arcane system of federal justice. This broad coalition of settlers in tiny agricultural villages came caballi with great coordination, and joined their voices to attempt to influence the sole state institution in Patagonia that responded to their complaints—the federal courts.


This dissertation argues that this story of failure is simplistic and incomplete. As far as housing, educating, and caring for women and children, especially indigenous women and children, these tasks fell on a particular group of non-state actors: Within the working group, but also in countless seminars, my extended cohort of latinoamericanistas—Sarah Selvidge, Sara Hines, Pablo Palomino, German Vergara, Lynsay Skiba, Alberto Garcia, Rebecca Herman and David Tamayo—expanded the ways in which I understood Latin America and helped me articulate what was unique about my villavae perspective.

The prevailing understanding of the judicial system in Patagonia as primarily a tool to disarticulate, disband, and destroy indigenous culture has little room for people like David Logan. The minister tried to turn the opening of the veterinary school ce,oso another chapter in this story. University of California Press, ; For the Russian example see: Caballoo dissertation argues that an active municipal life, even one which excluded formal democracy, created strong social ep and republican practices that served as counterweights to non-elected political power holders.

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The first type included municipal elites and local representatives of the state, like policemen, who created an extra-legal social order designed to resolve social conflict quietly and away from the courts.

This dissertation grew out of an initial desire to make sense of this kind of case: Juan Carlos Chaneton, Zainuco: The arrival of European-born immigrants to northern Patagonia, however, was not accidental. The waves villxfae immigrants arriving in northern Ceooso 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.