publication . Article . 2007

Construcción y deconstrucción territorial del Caribe Colombiano durante el siglo XIX

Domínguez, Camilo; Chaparro Mendivelso, Jeffer; Gómez, Carla;
Open Access Catalan; Valencian
  • Published: 04 May 2007
  • Publisher: Universitat de Barcelona
The territorial structuring process of New Granada's Caribbean region during the nineteenth century, specifically between 1821 and 1886, is studied from a geohistorical and geopolitical perspective. Starting from the environmental setting, the evolution of the administrative boundaries is then studied by means of map-based cartographic reconstructions. The process of change takes place in the area covered by the former states of Magdalena and Bolivar (the latter including the San Andres and Providencia islands), Panamá's caribbean coast (as was part of Colombia during that time) and the Urabá gulf region. Based upon the laws of each republican constitutions for ...
free text keywords: Colombian Caribbean; Gran Colombia; New Granada; United States of Colombia; Republic of Colombia; territory; XIX century, Caribe colombiano; Gran Colombia; Nueva Granada; Estados Unidos de Colombia; República de Colombia; territorio; siglo XIX
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