Antonio de Ulloa and Jorge Juan.
Relación histórica del viage a la América meridionale. Voyage historique de l ́Amerique.
Amsterdam et a Leipzig: Chez Arkstee et Merkus, 1752.
Ulloa and Juans report, ordered by the Spanish king, Charles III, led to wholesale changes in the colonial administration in Latin America. A significant change was the creation of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata. Buenos Aires would be transformed from a small port town, largely known as a smugglers haven, to the seat of the Viceroyalty. The book is from the Hesburgh Librarys Durand Library.
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