Rastrillada de los chilenos or Camino de los chilenos (Spanish for road of the Chileans) were a group of routes in Patagonia used by Mapuches and related araucanized tribes to head cattle stolen during malones from Argentina to Chile across the Andes. Camino de los chilenos ran a length of about 1000 km from the Buenos Aires Province to the mountain passes of Neuquén Province. The cattle were traded in Chile for weapons and alcoholic beverages. This trade has been pointed out as the single most important cause of the war that affected the southern provinces of Argentina during large parts of the 19th century. Therefore, the demand for cattle by Chilean merchants was fueling the conflict in Argentina. To counter the cattle raids a trench called Zanja de Alsina was built by Argentina in the

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  • La rastrillada de los chilenos, camino de los chilenos o rastrillada grande fue una ruta transitada que pasa por la Patagonia y la Pampa, usada entonces por tribus mapuches o araucanas y otras araucanizadas (como los ranqueles y los tehuelches septentrionales, que eran llamados "pampas" y "serranos" por los españoles desde la época colonial). Esta ruta servía para transportar a territorio de Chile el ganado robado durante los malones que realizaban en poblados, campamentos y fortines hallados en territorio que hoy forman parte de Argentina. Este camino antiguamente se denominó "Peovinci". Este camino tuvo su origen en los tiempos de la época colonial española de la región como una ruta de la sal, en el tramo de las Salinas Grandes a la ciudad de Buenos Aires. Posteriormente se extendió la ruta hasta los pasos de la cordillera de los Andes en la actual Provincia del Neuquén; culminando en ciudades hoy chilenas desde Osorno y Valdivia hasta Chillán y Los Ángeles. Sectores del camino de los chilenos y las rastrilladas que convergían en él, sirvieron luego para el telégrafo, ferrocarril y numerosos caminos. (es)
  • Rastrillada de los chilenos or Camino de los chilenos (Spanish for road of the Chileans) were a group of routes in Patagonia used by Mapuches and related araucanized tribes to head cattle stolen during malones from Argentina to Chile across the Andes. Camino de los chilenos ran a length of about 1000 km from the Buenos Aires Province to the mountain passes of Neuquén Province. The cattle were traded in Chile for weapons and alcoholic beverages. This trade has been pointed out as the single most important cause of the war that affected the southern provinces of Argentina during large parts of the 19th century. Therefore, the demand for cattle by Chilean merchants was fueling the conflict in Argentina. To counter the cattle raids a trench called Zanja de Alsina was built by Argentina in the pampas in the 1870s. The use of this trade route effectively ended with the Conquest of the Desert (1876-1878) carried out by the Argentine Army. (en)
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  • La rastrillada de los chilenos, camino de los chilenos o rastrillada grande fue una ruta transitada que pasa por la Patagonia y la Pampa, usada entonces por tribus mapuches o araucanas y otras araucanizadas (como los ranqueles y los tehuelches septentrionales, que eran llamados "pampas" y "serranos" por los españoles desde la época colonial). Esta ruta servía para transportar a territorio de Chile el ganado robado durante los malones que realizaban en poblados, campamentos y fortines hallados en territorio que hoy forman parte de Argentina. Este camino antiguamente se denominó "Peovinci". (es)
  • Rastrillada de los chilenos or Camino de los chilenos (Spanish for road of the Chileans) were a group of routes in Patagonia used by Mapuches and related araucanized tribes to head cattle stolen during malones from Argentina to Chile across the Andes. Camino de los chilenos ran a length of about 1000 km from the Buenos Aires Province to the mountain passes of Neuquén Province. The cattle were traded in Chile for weapons and alcoholic beverages. This trade has been pointed out as the single most important cause of the war that affected the southern provinces of Argentina during large parts of the 19th century. Therefore, the demand for cattle by Chilean merchants was fueling the conflict in Argentina. To counter the cattle raids a trench called Zanja de Alsina was built by Argentina in the (en)
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