Tables and Illustrations
tables
2.1 The Wage Hierarchy (1829–1834) 66
3.1 Occupations of Natives from Other Provinces and Natives of Buenos
Aires Province (in percentages) 102
3.2 Natives of Buenos Aires Province and Natives from Other Provinces
according to Age (in percentages) 103
3.3 Patterns of Residence: Natives from Other Provinces versus Natives
of Buenos Aires Province (in percentages) 107
3.4 Migrants’ Spatial Preferences (in percentages) 117
4.1 Clothes and Occupational Categories (in percentages of each
occupational group) 138–39
4.2 Fabric of Arrestees’ Clothes 145
4.3 Color of Arrestees’ Clothes 152
4.4 Origin of Arrestees’ Clothes 153
6.1 Sample Size and Estimated Number of Crimes, Buenos Aires
Province (1831–1851) 209
6.2 Crimes by Type, Buenos Aires Province (1831–1851) 211
6.3 Type of Military Service Rendered by Prisoners 219
6.4 Military Campaigns in Which Arrestees Participated 220
6.5 Mobility of the Arrestees 222
6.6 Occupation of the Arrestees 224
6.7 Crimes by Period and Type (in percentages) 226
6.8 Type of Crime by Region (1831–1851) 228
9.1 Reasons for Desertion 297
9.2 Destination of Deserters 311
9.3 Deserters’ Occupation 313
10.1 Federal Authorities Named in Soldiers’ Accounts 340
10.2 Battles Named in Soldiers’ Accounts 342
illustrations
Map of Buenos Aires Province–Subregions 105
1. The Oxcart Market 28
2. Work at the Abasto Corrals 52
3. The Meat-Salting Workshop 64
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