Violence as an economic force the process of proletarianisation among the indigenous people of the Argentinian Chaco, 1884-1930 by NicolaМЃs InМѓigo Carrera

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  • Chaco (Argentina),
  • Argentina,
  • Chaco,
  • Chaco.


  • Indians of South America -- Argentina -- Chaco -- Economic conditions.,
  • Indians of South America -- Relocation -- Argentina -- Chaco.,
  • Chaco (Argentina) -- Economic conditions.

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StatementNicolás Iñigo Carrera.
SeriesIWGIA document,, 46
LC ClassificationsF2821.1.C47 I65 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p. :
Number of Pages50
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Open LibraryOL2950821M
LC Control Number84192014

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