April 10, 2020
Jeffrey Alan Erbig Jr. : Indigenous Rights in “A Country Without Indians”
Today we welcome a guest post from Jeffrey Erbig, author of Where Caciques and Mapmakers Met: Border Making in Eighteenth-Century South America, out now from UNC Press. During the late eighteenth century, Portugal and Spain sent joint mapping expeditions to draw a nearly 10,000-mile border between Brazil and Spanish South America. These boundary commissions were the largest ever sent to… Continue Reading Jeffrey Alan Erbig Jr. : Indigenous Rights in “A Country Without Indians”
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