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Military Struggle and Identity Formation in Latin
AmericaRace, Nation, and Community During the Liberal Period$
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Nicola Foote and Rene D. Harder Horst

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780813034874

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813034874.001.0001

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Monteneros and Macheteros

Monteneros and Macheteros

Afro-Ecuadorian and Indigenous Experiences of Military Struggle in Liberal Ecuador, 1895–1930

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Military Struggle and Identity Formation in Latin America
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Nicola Foote

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University Press of Florida
DOI:10.5744/florida/9780813034874.003.0005

This chapter explores black and indigenous participation in both the 1895 Liberal Revolution and the Concha Rebellion of 1913–1916. It analyzes the racial transcript that lay behind subaltern participation as well as the subsequent impact on nationalist racial ideologies and the collective consciousness of the two groups. The participation of black and indigenous troops in the civil war of 1895 was absolutely central to the Liberal victory, yet this popular effort has largely been marginalized within histories of the period, which make almost no mention of the racial composition of revolutionary leader Eloy Alfaro's armies.

Keywords:   Liberal Revolution, Concha Rebellion, military struggle, liberal Eucador, subaltern participation, civil war

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