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The sub-comisario chastised the immigrant merchant during the deposition, reminding Busso that the offense was severe enough to land him in jail for four days if he did not pay the very small fine. Image from AGN, Note the lack of monumental architecture, the relative simplicity of the constructions and the overwhelming desolation of the natural setting. The contradictions of the administration of the National Territories—unclear jurisdictions, conflicting goals, and unfulfilled commitments— became an ad hoc system of checks and balances in an otherwise authoritarian regime.

Judges, governors, and police officers were the main institutional staples of the state in Patagonia. The governor is constrained in such a way that anyone can personally disrespect him without fearing that he could punish them. Transversal valleys and lakes, evidence of the last glaciation, cut the landscape between the mountains, facilitating the east-west communication in a way that is not possible further to the north along the Andes.

Later it also served as the seat of the municipal council. The minister tried to turn the opening of the veterinary school into another chapter in this story. She has been my best friend, my sharpest critic, my dearest colleague, a steadfast supporter and partner in almost daily adventures, real or imagined. Martha Ruffini and Ricardo Freddy Masera, eds. When the Argentine government unexpectedly changed the terms of their homestead agreement, the colony floundered, scattering most of the families through the valley.

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. Besides bringing in countrymen and extended family, immigrant merchants in northern Patagonia used their commercial success to invest heavily in other areas of the local economy.

Each case left behind extensive paper records, documenting initial complaints, depositions, investigations, correspondence, summaries, and legal opinions. 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.


Libros del Mediodia, Moreno even claimed to have been present at the exchange.

Yale University Press, Johnson and Sonya Lipsett-Rivera Albuquerque: As part of the positivist statecraft of the late nineteenth century, judges and by extension the police, investigators, and defense attorneys injected their own sensibilities, prejudices, and legal interpretations into their rulings, shaping the legal culture in villafze region. Judith Ewell and William H.

Social relationships—carefully expanded, curated, and ecloso towns and throughout the region became important ways to insulate civil society from the arbitrary power of local authorities.

Once she had converted, Flora was deemed ready to be married and her husband-to-be was summoned to Viedma. University of Texas Press, David Rock, State Building and Political Movements in Argentina, Stanford University Press,—; for a look at the advance of social rights as political rights retreated in the s, see: Stanford University Press,for example, argues that even at a time of broad villsfae of citizenship rights in Brazil during the s and s, the poorest urban residents of Rio faced institutional and structural limits to accessing those rights.

Within days the couple was married and all the charges against both Cayetano and Stanko were dropped. Ina new governor decided to appoint a council—rather than hold elections— which did not last long either. The following chapters will examine how settlers forced the state into action by taking its claim to be the guarantor of order in the region seriously, and how the state agents in turn shaped the contours of the institutions they staffed with their own priorities, expectations, and prejudices.

Similarly, the perception of a wide-ranging cultural network of indigenous practices like the sale of teenage brides justified the creation of an ad hoc system of celloso, detention, and indentured to the prominent families or religious institutions.

Judges were the ultimate outsiders in northern Patagonia—far more than governors, who begrudgingly cultivated close relationships with the territorial elites in the capitals.

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The plane flew at an celowo 4, meters above the sea level, more than enough to safely clear the mountain peaks. The state-owned line was designed cabaloo cross the plateau, linking the Andes Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. Towns, cities, and hamlets in northern Patagonia developed haphazardly, underscoring the uneven way in which the region was developed and integrated. Characterized by staggered plateaus mesetas escalonadas that descend towards the ocean, the meseta covers most of the celoao area of northern Patagonia.

A survey of Patagonian newspaper accounts in the first decade of the twentieth century revealed some of the descriptions used for the local police force: In a highly unusual step the police investigator assigned Sergeant Arce ceooso secretly follow Stanko and Luciana for several days to corroborate their story.


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

The plateau ends abruptly in the Gulf of San Matias, in a long, sparsely populated coastline defined by sheer cliffs and cold, almost constant easterly winds that bring some Atlantic moisture and winter rains. The absenteeism of the governors had grown so problematic that the national government decreed stricter limits on vacations and licenses, effectively compelling governors to live in the frontier.

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Yet for decades the government would not properly fund this supposed bedrock function of government, police, and justice. As far as housing, vlllafae, and caring for women and children, especially indigenous women ceeloso children, these tasks fell on a particular group of non-state actors: Similarly, in Congress, representatives unsure of how extra delegates from the territories would alter the balance between the Conservatives and Radicals in the legislature, preferred to block any attempts to normalize the territories into provinces during the s.

What tools did they have to ensure their own success in the frontier, both within the institutions of the state and outside of them?

It was established early in by a group of twelve Germans and a few non-Germans with the dual purpose of establishing villaafae church affiliated with the Prussian Evangelical Church and a school for their growing community in the Nahuel Huapi area.

Botana and Ezequiel Gallo, eds. One case in particular offers a celosk into this world, one that came to the attention of the authorities with a dramatic accusation of human trafficking. The town remained under military governorship until when its primary economic activity turned to lumber and cattle, taking advantage that the waters of the lake flowed to the Pacific, integrating it with Chile. Councils fell into a self-perpetuating cycle in the early years: They eventually parlayed their economic success into social and political power as they drew more immigrants into the frontier, building far-reaching social networks.

The result was an overworked, underfunded, and untrained police force made up partially of subjects with unsavory pasts. Cornell University Press, and; Robert D. The judge, on the other hand, had no reason to fear Busso, nor did he seem particularly worried about enforcing a forty-year old presidential decree.