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Access options available:. Chiriguanos actively sought this second establishment of Franciscan missions for their own secular reasons. Few Chiriguano adults converted to Christianity. Most saw the missions, often built as small fortresses, as refuges against hostile members of their own ethnic group or land-hungry European and Mestizo settlers. Chiriguano attempts to resist outside encroachment on their lands during the last quarter of the nineteenth century, culminating with the uprising, failed.

Although Langer posits several valid reasons for the loss of Chiriguano power, he astutely contends that the reestablishment of Franciscan missions among the Chiriguanos was the most important. The last Franciscan missions in southeastern Bolivia were secularized in Expecting Pears from an Elm Tree should serve as a template for future studies of post-colonial mission systems. Michael R. Susan M. Neve and W.

George Lovell. Durham: Duke UP, , p. As such, the work remains as relevant today as when it was first published in One cannot overlook the fact that La patria del criollo, like the firsthand accounts and documents it analyses, is also very much a work of its own historical moment. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.

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Access options available:. Chiriguanos actively sought this second establishment of Franciscan missions for their own secular reasons. Few Chiriguano adults converted to Christianity. Most saw the missions, often built as small fortresses, as refuges against hostile members of their own ethnic group or land-hungry European and Mestizo settlers. Chiriguano attempts to resist outside encroachment on their lands during the last quarter of the nineteenth century, culminating with the uprising, failed.

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La Patria del Criollo

Editor s : W. George Lovell , Christopher H. Translator s : Susan M. Neve , W. George Lovell. He contends that since labor is needed to make land productive, the exploitation of labor, particularly Indian labor, was a necessary complement to criollo appropriation.

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