When General Julio Roca undertook the conquest of the desert during the 1870s, members of the fledgling Welsh colony on the Chubut river could only look on, impotent and afeared, as the Tehuelche – the indigenous people that had occupied the land for more than 14,000 years and lent vital support to the initially […]
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