Schvzarzman Julio. Lucio V. Mansilla et l'orgie chez les Indiens Ranquel". Vers le milieu de sa longue excursion-ex cursus, dans le monde des Ranquels, Lucio V.
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A vivid, firsthand account of a noncombative encounter between Native American and European civilizations. The encounter between Native American peoples and Europeans and their descendants has marked the history of every nation in the Americas, both North and South. This volume is the first English translation of Mansilla's classic work. Long noted for its humor, adventurousness, and narrative ingenuity, the book offers penetrating insights into fundamental issues of "civilization and barbarism," immigration, ethnic and racial diversity, and land ownership and tenancy.
Mansilla alone among his contemporaries espoused open dialogue as the best approach to the "Indian problem. Lucio V. Mansilla — , a colonel in the Argentine army, was a diarist and essayist who dealt with the political problem of assimilating indigenous people.
Translator Mark McCaffrey holds a Ph. All rights reserved. This site was generously funded, in part, by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Share this book. Latin American Studies: History. An Expedition to the Ranquel Indians. Excursion a los indios ranqueles. By Lucio V. Translated by Mark McCaffrey. August This is a print-on-demand title.
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An Expedition to the Ranquel Indians