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When Indios become Cholos: some consequences of the changing Ecuadorian hacienda.
Muriel Kaminsky Crespi
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There was, and is, a hacienda located in San Isidro. Until Agrarian Reform inthe registered landowners of Hacienda San Isidro, along with most of the Alpamalag valley, were Las Madres Agustinas de la Encarnación (a sect of Augustinian nuns, part of a Catholic monastic order based in the capital Quito).
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People of Peru - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Some of the pictures of this book, taken many years ago, show you the way things were. mestizos, cholos and indios. Many of these people used to work on the large haciendas of the upper class before the Agrarian Reform of the s.
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