Más allá de pamplona (nueva granada): circuitos cacaoteros del suroccidente durante la transición, 1790-1821
Pinto, José Joaquín
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This article seeks to analyze the cocoa circuits during the final years of the Viceroyalty of New Granada, the transition towards independence and the beginning of the world cocoa crisis in 1820. Added to the traditional circuits of Guayaquil and Maracaibo linked with Pamplona, the article identifies circuits that were speculated to exist in the southwest of New Granada, but because they did not move large volumes, they were not considered for production statistics. These small productions supplied the domestic market, also exported or integrated into circuits from other places that had better interactions in international markets. It is not a microhistory of cocoa in remote regions, it is the history of a cocoa overshadowed by the visibility of others.
Link to resourcehttps://doi.org/10.1017/S0212610918000204
- Año 2019 
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