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Cuadernos de historia (Santiago)

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CASTRO CASTRO, Luis; FIGUEROA CERNA, Carolina  and  HERNANDEZ OPAZO, Héctor. Priests, fiscal agents and Andean communities: the conflicts and imaginary (Tarapaca, northen Chile 1893-1914). Cuadernos de Historia [online]. 2014, n.41, pp.83-105. ISSN 0719-1243.

This article deals with one of the less studied aspects of the chilenization processes carried out in Tarapacá between the 1880 and 1920 decades: the role of priests in the Andean space and articulation dynamics and conflicts with state agents and indigenous peoples. Specifically, based on documents taken from the Bishopric Archive of Iquique, the viewpoint that the priests had about the Andean population and the difficulties they encountered in their pastoral work aimed at the socialization of the Chilean is analyzed.

Keywords : Tarapacá; priests; state agents; indigenous peoples; chilenization.

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