Genocide and Millennialism in Upper Peru: The Great Rebellion of 1780-1782

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Acknowledgments

This book would not have been written had it not been for the support and generosity of many people. The staff at the National Archive and Library in Sucre, Bolivia, has provided great assistance over the last ten years as I have conducted research there. I am indebted to the late Gunnar Mendoza when the Archive was under his directorship, and also to Rene Arze Aguirre, both when he was director of the Archive and earlier when he was director of the library of the University of San Andrés in La Paz. I am especially thankful for the support of Dr. Hugo Poppe Entrambasaguas, the present director of the Archive. Not only did he support me in many ways in the field, but he was crucial in getting me there by serving as my sponsor for a Fulbright grant. The staff of the Archive was always pleasant to work and consult with, and I especially would like to thank Judith Teran Ríos, Ana María Nava, Lidia Ortega, and María Renee Pareja Vilar for their help over the years.

Also in Sucre, I would like to thank Josep Barnadas for allowing me use of the Archivo-Biblioteca Arquidiocesanos Monsignor Taborga and for his support of my research there. In Seville, I would like to thank the staff at the General Archive of the Indies, who were very helpful and provided valuable assistance as I conducted the research for this book.

Much of the initial research was conducted with the support of the Mellon Foundation and the Tinker Foundation. Their support, as well as that from the Center for Latin American Studies at Tulane University, launched the endeavor that resulted in this book. A grant from the Fulbright Commission allowed me to finish the research. I am especially grateful for the support of Don Terpstra as well as the Fulbright staff for

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