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In Service of Two MastersThe Missionaries of Ocopa, Indigenous Resistance, and Spanish Governance in Bourbon Peru$
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Cameron D. Jones

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781503604315

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9781503604315.001.0001

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In the Aftermath of Rebellion

In the Aftermath of Rebellion

(p.89) Chapter 3 In the Aftermath of Rebellion
In Service of Two Masters

Cameron D. Jones

Stanford University Press

Chapter three examines the aftermath of the viceroy’s decision to cede most of Ocopa’s missions to the Juan Santos Atahualpa rebels. Ocopa successfully lobbied Madrid into ordering the viceregal government to commit enough supplies and manpower to expel Juan Santos. The viceroy, however, refused to honor the Crown’s decree. The viceroy’s actions was motivated in part by the missionaries’ continued support for Friar Calixto, whom the viceroy had arrested and forcibly removed to Spain for his alleged complicity in fomenting indigenous unrest. Ultimately, the viceregal government relented on the issue of the College’s annual stipend, but continued to hold Spanish forces in a defensive position along the frontier. In reaction to these events, Ocopa began the process of gradually ceding control of their operations to Crown authorities in exchange for increased material support.

Keywords:   Juan Santos Atahualpa, Joseph de San Antonio, Marqués de Ensenada, College de propaganda fide, Calixto de San José Túpac Inka, Commissary-general of the Indies

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