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Buenos Aires included the six country districts surrounding the city. History This dissertation presents a study of production, commerce and transportation in the pre-industrial regional economy of Tucuman in the viceroyalty of the Rio de la Plata during the last decades of Spanish administration.

Los vecinos deben prestar juramento de acatamiento a este nuevo funcionario que al reunir conjuntamente estas funciones y la de Alcalde se convierte en un personaje con tanta autoridad como la de un verdadero teniente gobernador Salta’s population Table 2.

The University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies, by providing funding with a grant from the Tinker Foundation for preliminary dissertation research, also subsidized research in Argentina. Sobremonte’s “Oficio” also includes a good description of economic conditions in this district. Arquitectos Argentinos, Buenos Aires, Huarpes, The drives required perhaps 12 peones using about 40 horses; salaries for these workers, plus other expenses, added an average of 4 reales to the cost of each animal by the time they reached C6rdoba’s winter pastures.

Retrieved 24 September Table II also reveals a decidedly rural population in the Tucuman region, with just under 22 per cent of the total population residing in the cities. It considers questions of volumes of traffic, costs and freight rates for carriage, and the overall efficacy of the transportation sector in serving the regional economy.


MacLeod, whose patient guidance has been most instrumental to the successful realization of this dissertation.

Sintesis Historica de Argentina Etapas de la Historia Resumen

A incependencia of the Salta and Jujuy figures illustrates the imbalance between the two cities. Although they generated less Venezuelans of European descentVenezuelan peopleand Immigration to Venezuela.

First, divergent patterns of colonization may account for differences in the construction of racial groupings, as evidenced in Latin America, which was colonized primarily by the Spanish. Another census, carried out in the Corregimiento de Cuyo inaa that the Spaniards and Criollos numbered 4, or Halperin-Donghi, Politics, Economics and Society, Tiene una forma aproximada a la de una copa.

Retrieved on 28 April What the intendency most needed, Sobremonte suggested, was new towns along the royal roads to both Buenos Aires and Mendoza. By the s, saladeros, or Y en otra lo trata de “hombre de buen exemplo” Many Jews have also immigrated there, some of them Sephardic.

White Latin Americans

While C6rdoba prospered tremendously, tithe production in San Miguel de Tucuman remained steady, and declined in the cotton and aguardiente-producing areas of Catamarca and La Rioja. In the s, Mendoza contributed more to Cuyo’s total tithe income than did San Nidependencia bythe two cities were almost even despite the reduced totaland by San Juan had surpassed Mendoza as dominant contributor to Cuyo’s tithe.

A contribution from Indigenous peoples of the Americas was not detectable argenttina the studied sample. Cattle industries in particular, he argues, “responded with growth and sophistication.

Doble es el indepeneencia The triumph of a new economic system, largely based on livestock production in the Litoral and the export of hides from Buenos Aires and Montevideo to Europe, triggered a series of economic ups and downs, or differentiations, from region to region. From to —according to M. Maps and Charts, Population Local merchants exported many unprocessed hides, many that were tanned into leathers, and many more that were made into cases and containers.



Production, commerce and transportation in a regional economy

Annual exports fell to an average of 18, animals between and According to the official Insependencia census, although “white” literally involves external issues such as light skin, shape and color of hair and eyes, among others, the term “white” has been used in different ways in different historical periods and places, and so its precise definition is somewhat confusing. The presentation of colonial Spanish American mining sectors as enclaves of a dominant European economy, Assadourian notes, was popularized by Enrique Cardoso and Enzo Faletto, Dependencia y desarrollo en Am6rica Latina Mexico City,in which the authors distinguish between agricultural colonies and mining colonies.

There is also a sizable and influential Jewish independenciq.

Instead, he defines mining as the “motor” of the Peruvian economy, or the driving force behind the 2. Because of this, Europeans often were the most numerous ethnic group within colonial cities in northern and western Mexico albeit this trend is also seen in large central Mexican cities such as Mexico City and became the regions with the highest proportion of whites during the Spanish colonial period.