Parliament of Tapihue (1825)

The Parliament of Tapihue of 1825 was a diplomatic agreement between fourteen Mapuche reductions and the newly established Republic of Chile.[1]: 180 : 184–185  The Mapuche reductions were represented by the lonko Juan Mariluán and the republic by Colonel Pedro Barnachea.[1]: 169 [2] The agreement was aimed to end the Guerra a muerte conflict that had grown out from the Chilean War of Independence.[2] It was also a means for the Chilean government to establish relations with Mapuches.[2]

The parliament did not prosper for a long time, since Mariluán himself rebelled against Chile in the fall of 1826, contravening several of the provisions of the agreement.[1]: 185 

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Téllez L., Eduardo; Silva G., Osvaldo; Carrier, Alain; Rojas C., Valeska (December 2011). "El tratado de Tapihue entre ciertos linajes mapuches y el gobierno de Chile [1825]" (PDF). Cuadernos de historia, Departamento de Ciencias Históricas de la Universidad de Chile (in Spanish). Chile (35): 169–190.
  2. ^ a b c Fernández Buman, Sol (2019-06-01). El tratado de Tapihue de 1825 entre el pueblo Mapuche y Chile ¿Carácter internacional? (PDF) (Thesis) (in Spanish). Universidad de Sevilla.