Suggestions for Further Reading
I. At the Margins of the Empire
Azzara, Félix de. Viajes por la América Meridional. 1809. 2 vols. Reprint. Buenos Aires:
El Elefante Blanco, 1998.
Baucke, Florián. Iconografía colonial rioplatense, 1749–1767: Costumbres y trajes españoles,
criollos, e indios. Buenos Aires: Elche, 1973.
Cunninghame, Graham R. B. The Conquest of the River Plate. New York: Doubleday,
Page, 1924.
Galvez, Lucía. Mujeres de la conquista. Buenos Aires: Planeta, 1990.
Gillespie, Alexander. Gleanings and Remarks Collected during Many Months of Residence
at Buenos Ayres, and within the Upper Country. Leeds: B. Derhirst, 1818.
Groussac, Paul. Mendoza y Garay: Las dos fundaciones de Buenos Aires, 1536–1580. Buenos
Aires: J. Menéndez, 1916.
Iglesia, Cristina, and Julio Schvartzman. Cautivas y misioneros: Mitos blancos de la con-
quista. Buenos Aires: Catálogos, 1987.
Lynch, John. Spanish Colonial Administration, 1782–1810. London, 1978.
Madero, Eduardo. Historia del puerto de Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires: Ediciones Buenos
Aires, 1939.
Malaspina, Alessandro. Viaje al Río de la Plata en el siglo XVIII. Buenos Aires: Librería la
Facultad, 1938.
Mörner, Magnus. The Political and Economic Activities of the Jesuits in the La Plata Region.
Stockholm: Victor Petterson, 1953.
Socolow, Susan M. The Merchants of Buenos Aires, 1778–1810: Family and Commerce. New
York: Cambridge University Press, 1978.
II. To Build a Nation / III. Frontiers
Andrews, George Reid. The Afro-Argentines of Buenos Aires, 1800–1900. Madison: Univer-
sity of Wisconsin Press, 1980.
Bemberg, María Luisa. Camila. Los Angeles: Embassy Home Entertainment, 1985.
Videorecording.
Brown, Jonathan. A Socio-Economic History of Argentina, 1776–1860. Cambridge: Cam-
bridge University Press, 1979.
De la Fuente, Ariel. Children of Facundo: Caudillo and Gaucho Insurgency during the Argen-
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