Index
Abascal, viceroy, 58–59
Abigeato. See Cattle rustling
Absolutism, 58–59, 61, 77, 85–87, 94, 100. See
also Royalist Peru and royalists/royalism
Aco, district of, 213–14, 221
Acobamba, 42, 118
Acomayo, 65
Acón, 19, 73, 126, 158–59, 162, 166, 172, 175;
gorge, 35, 139, 159, 166; montañas of, 41,
47, 61, 118, 139, 148, 163, 178
Acosvinchos, 66, 72, 118
Administration of justice: by Huachaca,
140, 162–73, 177, 182; inadequacy of, 176–
82; by intendants, 71, 81–82, 140; military
defense of the law and, 50; Orbegosista
and, 195; peasant legal terminology and,
11; peasant litigants and, 11, 140; by rebel
authorities, 135, 156, 161–77, 182, 185; by
the Republic, 164–65; by royal subdele-
gates, 71
Aguilar y Vílchez, intendant José Jorge, 34,
39, 176
Aguinaga, rebel leader, 173
Aimaraes (Aymaraes), 61–62
Alcaldes: de españoles, 99, 130–33, 141, 178–81,
184, 186–87, 284 n.52; de indios, 23, 34, 47,
99, 123, 126–30, 132, 141, 149, 152, 155, 158,
164, 167, 169, 171–73, 181, 184–87, 220–21,
225–26, 239, 281 n.26, 282 n.32, 284 n.52;
patriot, 83, 177
Alcaldes vara. See Alcaldes: de indios
Aldea. See Estancia
Alliances, 74; among disparate groups in
monarchist rebellion, 154, 161, 181;
among villages, 220–25; between Huanta
peasants and Otero, 214, 218; between
Huanta villagers and Orbegoso, 192, 194–
201, 205, 215, 225, 242; between Huanta
villagers and Santa Cruz, 211–20, 225,
242; between Iquichano or peasants and
Spanish, 5, 24–25, 51, 133; between kura-
kas and the king, 103; between liberals
and montoneros, 201; between local or
regional sectors, 11, 24; between national
parties, 11; between peasants and creoles,
7; between villagers and nonvillagers,
145–46; ‘‘triple,’’ 208–9
Almagro, rebel Spanish conquistador, 20
Anco district, 71, 118; province, 177
Andahuaylas, 38, 43, 69–70, 77, 81–82
Andes, 112–13; natives of, 95, 100, 102–5, 123,
165–66; Peruvian, 14–15, 21, 131; rebellions
in, 12, 188; society of, 12; sources of pres-
tige in, 102–4
Anexos, 113, 122
Angaraes, 98–99
Angulo, José and Vicente, 58–59, 106
Apurímac: department of, 20, 77; River, 41,
47, 118, 189; selvas of, 148, 150, 159–60
Arancibia, general Pascual, 37, 39, 43–44, 47,
89–90, 134, 149, 155, 162, 173, 175, 183, 189,
211, 242
Aranhuay, 34, 39, 43, 117, 128–32, 223–24
Arbizu (Arviso), Teresa, 39, 173–74
Arequipa, 16, 30–31, 54, 59, 62–63, 66, 209
Argentina, 103, 209
Aristizábal, Rafael, 158
Army: Bolivian, 207–10, 217, 244; Chilean,
208–10, 214, 232; deserters from, 123, 154;
Gamarrista and, 49–50, 194–97, 212, 214;
guerrilla, 28, 177; Huantino, 198–99;
Orbegoso and, 49, 194–97, 200, 244; peas-
ant and indian component of, 33, 68, 123,
184, 203; republican and patriot, 31, 35–38,
41, 53–56, 61–72, 77–79, 88, 137, 168, 174,
189, 242; restorationist and rebel, 27, 34–
42, 111, 123, 125, 141, 146, 156, 162, 183;
Royal, 18, 31, 36, 54, 58, 62–63, 67–68, 85–
86, 105–8, 138, 148, 150, 154, 166, 169–70,
180–81, 218; of San Martín, 63, 66; of
Túpac Amaru II, 183–84; United Libera-
tion, 64, 66–67; of Upper Peru, 106
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