Acknowledgment of Copyrights
‘‘The Deeds of Elal,’’ anonymous, from Folk Literature of the Tehuelche Indians, edited
by Johannes Wilbert and Karin Simoneau (Los Angeles: UCLA Latin American
Center Publications, 1984). Copyright ©1984 by the Regents of the University of
California. Reproduced by permission of the Regents of the University of Califor-
‘‘Going Wild’’ from Voyage of Ulrich Schmidt to the Rivers La Plata and Paraguay by Ulrich
Schmidt (London: Hakluyt Society, 1891).
‘‘Monsters in Patagonia’’ from Magellan’s Voyage Around the World by Antonio Pigafetta
(Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1906).
‘‘Women Captives’’ from Historia argentina del descubrimiento: Colonización y conquista
de las Provincias del Río de la Plata by Ruy Díaz de Guzmán, 1612.
‘‘The Jesuit Mission’’ from ‘‘Carta del Padre Matías Strobel a un Padre en Viena’’ by
Father Strobel in La Argentina vista por viajeros del siglo XVIII, edited by Juan Mühn
(Buenos Aires: Editorial Huarpes, S.A., 1946).
‘‘A Gaucho Sings the Victories of the Empire’’ from ‘‘Un Gaucho canta en estilo cam-
pestre las victorias del Honorable Pedro de Cevallos’’ by Juan Baltasar Maciel, 1776.
‘‘The First British Invasion’’ by Mariquita Sánchez de Thompson from her diary, 1806.
‘‘The Revolution’’ from Politics, Economics, and Society in the Revolutionary Period by
Tulio Halperín Donghi (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975). ©1975
by Cambridge University Press. Reprinted by permission of Cambridge Univer-
sity Press.
‘‘The Landowners’ Petition’’ from ‘‘Representación de los hacendados’’ by Mariano
Moreno, 1809.
‘‘The Good Citizen’’ from The San Martín Papers by José de San Martín (Washington,
D.C.: San Martín Society, 1988 ). Copyright 1988 by the San Martín Society. Re-
printed by permission of the San Martín Society.
‘‘Women in the Fatherland’’ from ‘‘Juana Azurduy de Padilla’’ by Juana Gorriti, 1892.
‘‘The Caudillo’s Order’’ from ‘‘Carta a Juan Facundo Quiroga’’ by Juan Manuel de
Rosas, 20 December 1834.
‘‘Civilization or Barbarism’’ from Life in the Argentine Republic in the Days of the Tyrants;
or, Civilization and Barbarism by Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, translated by Mary
Peabody Mann, 1868.
‘‘Rosas and Washington’’ from ‘‘Washington y Rosas’’ by Pedro de Angelis, 1843.
‘‘The Black Girl,’’ anonymous, from The Cancionero Federal, 1833.
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