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Folia Histórica del Nordeste

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PAGE, Carlos A.. The relationship on the customs and villages of the Mocovíes and abipones supervised by Jesuits, written in exile by Fr. Antonio José Bustillo. Folia [online]. 2020, n.37, pp.129-166. ISSN 0325-8238.

Father Antonio Bustillo was not and is not a well-known Jesuit, because he did not have much participation in the Jesuit Province of Paraguay. As soon as he arrived, he finished his studies in Córdoba and was just assigned an occupation at the end of 1764. His destiny was the Chaco missions, being in contact with those ethnic groups, and where he spent only two and a half years. Time enough not only to learn the difficult Mocoví (Moqoit) language, but also to co-found the town of San Pedro, under the wing of Fr. Florián Paucke, one of the most famous Jesuits in the history of the province. The text presented here was not meant to be published, but was part of those collected by Father Lorenzo Casado to nurture the work that Father Pedro de Calatayud intended to write about the history of Paraguay.

Palabras clave : Antonio Bustillo; Mocovíes; Abipones; Exile; Pedro de Calatayud.

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