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Index
Page numbers appearing in italics
refer to illustrations.
Aburto, Cecilia, 110, 137
Ad-Mapu (Association of Artisans and
Small Farmers Ad-Mapu; formerly
Mapuche Cultural Centers): Catholic
Church’s involvement in, 118–19;
Cautín Street house bought by, 119,
137, 170; and confech, 166; corrup-
tion in/funding of, 119, 137–38, 170;
and the democratic transition, 192–
93, 247; founders of, 160; fragmenta-
tion of, and party dynamics, 170–71,
186, 216–17; frustrations with/resig-
nations from, 148–50, 157–58, 169–
70; human rights conference of, 120–
21; and the Indigenous Law, 174; left-
wing takeover of, 170–71; legal recog-
nition/name change of, 106, 117–18;
and Nehuen-Mapu, 168–69; on the
Nueva Imperial Agreement, 185–86;
persecution of leaders of, 120–21; size
of, 119; on their constitution under
dictatorship, 119–20; women’s work
in, 233. See also Consejo de Todas las
Tierras
afl-cio (U.S.), 158
Agrarian and Livestock Development.
See indap
Agrarian Reform Corporation (cora),
357 n.7
Agrega, Antonia, 208
Ajuacho, Serafín, 210
Allende, Salvador, 353 n.3. See also Pop-
ular Unity government
Alonqueo Maza, Victor, 254–55, 256
Al Sur del Mundo, 207
American Indian Movement (aim), 3
Amulzungun, 224
anecap, 120
anthropology, 25–26, 27, 328–29
Antilef, Marcelina (Isolde’s maternal
grandmother), 38, 39
Antonio Millao community (Chile), 9
Araucana, La (Ercilla), 357 n.6
Arauco (Chile), 107, 171, 348 n.18
Archivo de Asuntos Indígenas, 359–
60 n.9
Armed Forces, 290
artisan fairs, 112, 114
Assembly of Civility, 131, 211, 355 n.8
assimilation/integration, 81–82, 84, 277,
306, 317–18
Association of Artisans and Small
Farmers Ad-Mapu. See Ad-Mapu
Atacameños, 184, 191
Auquinko Zomo, 262
authenticity, 17
Avendaño, Elisa, 225, 242, 260, 264, 265,
360 n.12
awarkuzen (a parlor game), 67, 77
Aylwin, José, 182, 191, 193, 201, 360 n.13
Aylwin, Mariana, 275, 277
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