I N D E X
Aburra Valley, 18, 54
Amancebamiento escandaloso, 188
Ancízar, Manuel, 17, 210
Anderson, Benedict, 20, 21
Andes, 54
Anserma, 53, 57, 63, 82, 154
Antioqueño colonization, 13, 53, 59, 75,
76; in Caldas, 12, 53–54, 157; in Cauca,
55–56, 63, 127, 157, 212; and Cauca
elite, 13–14, 52–56, 78–79, 120, 128; and
coffee, 114, 124; Conservative party in,
59; controversy surrounding, 77; dis-
memberment of resguardos, 13, 71, 78,
120–21, 128; in El Rosario, 125–26; and
family connections, 75; and indígenas,
80–103; and indigenous identity, 203;
and indigenous lands, 25, 54–58, 62, 63,
64, 120; and intermarriage, 86; in La
Montaña, 59, 64, 80, 86, 125; and land
disputes, 54–55, 74, 130–32; and Law 89
of 1890, 130–32; in Oraida, 59; and par-
tisan political networks, 103; and prog-
ress, 77, 120, 203; in Pueblo Nuevo, 118;
regional chauvinism, 143; regional for-
mation, 13; in Riosucio, 4, 6, 24–25,
118–20, 160; in San Lorenzo, 186, 196; in
Supía-Cañamomo, 66, 68; and vagrancy,
46. See also Antioqueños; Antioquia
Antioqueños: and Catholicism, 35–36,
116, 151; Conservative party in, 116; as
deserving settlers, 58, 120; in European
travel descriptions, 34–38; as homoge-
neous, 34–35; Jewish heritage of, 35, 40;
and La Violencia, 180; in opposition to
other, 18, 151; and patriarchy, 35; racial
descriptions of, 36–38, 228 n.14; stereo-
types of, 10, 14, 34–35, 52, 58, 118, 120,
161, 203; and whiteness, 14, 35, 39, 56,
118, 151, 217; as Yankees, 34, 37. See
also Antioqueño colonization;
Antioquia
Antioquia, 31–51; as beauty, 25, 33; class
conflict in, 49; colonial social struc-
tures in, 41; Conservative party in, 45–
46; elites in, 41, 45–50, 148; excep-
tionalism of, 41; and family metaphors,
46, 50, 150–51; geography of, 31; iden-
tity in, 33, 38, 48, 145, 151; as imagined
community, 33; as internal other, 50;
and La Violencia, 179; Liberal party in,
45, 46; mining in, 40–42, 71; patriarchy
in, 50; political coherence in, 49; popu-
lar protest in, 43; racial and sexual
stereotypes of, 25, 41, 151; racial com-
position of, 41–42; regional identity,
49–50; resguardo lands in, 60; slavery
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