Index
abandoned children, cost-of-living fluc-
tuations and, 197
Abrego, Francisco, 210
Acosta, Domingo, 294
African dances, cabildo ban on, 77, 79,
153, 158
African fraternal organizations, growth
of, in Buenos Aires, 77–82, 153
Agüero, Miguel Fernández, 274–75
Albansini, Pedro, 120
Albariño, Don Jacinto, 164–69
Albariño, José, 164–69, 177–78
Alberti, Manuel, 277, 362n8
alcaldes de barrio: artisans as, 68–75,
308nn21–22, 310n60; cabildo recruit-
ment of, 35, 152–54; guild system
and, 94–98, 103–10; military sup-
port for, 273–74; political activities
of, 289
Alcaraz, Miguel, 210
alcohol consumption, cabildo restric-
tions on, 186–87, 333nn28–29,
344n57, 345n61
Alfonso, Manuel, 294
Alvarez, Joaquín, 103–5, 317n69
Álzaga, Martín de: French conspiracy
investigations and, 149–50, 152–53,
157–78, 313n93, 330n71; milita-
rization of Buenos Aires and,
250–52, 257–59, 262, 266, 268–69,
347n18, 351n68, 354n96; political
coup attempt by, 269–71, 273–74,
279, 281–82, 286, 288, 292, 355n99,
357n126, 357n128
Amaru, Tupac, 167
Ambrosio, Luis, 62
American Revolution, international
impact of, 2–3
Andrien, Ken, 298n13
Angelino, Roque Antonio, 210
Antonini, Santiago, 149–50, 158,
166–70, 172–77, 258, 267–68,
330n68
apoderados, guild formation and role
of, 98–110
apprenticeships: age levels of, 58–61; of
black and casta shoemakers, 136–39;
contracts for, 56–61, 307n13, 316n60;
living arrangements during, 62–65;
masculine identity linked to, 11–12;
of migrant workers, 45–47; records
of, 7; shoemakers’ guild guidelines
for, 89–90; skill levels tied to wages
for, 217–32; for slaves, 41–43; voca-
tional formation and cultural initia-
tion through, 53–61
aranceles (fixed prices): plebeian con-
sumption patterns and, 183–87,
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