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The remnant of Hacienda Fagua that remains in operation as a hacienda is associated with Vereda Canelón. The specific labor relationships within Hacienda Fagua, at least for the twentieth century, have been described in the ethnography of Laura Umaña (1981). From 1917 to 1941 Hacienda Fagua employed both temporary wage workers called jornaleros temporales and tenant laborers. The specific terms used for tenant laborers in Fagua are arrendatario and aparcero rather than concertado. The tenant arrangement, according to Umaña, was a strategy of the hacendado to provide the hacienda with a stable labor force.
14 Fagua belongs to the town of Chía, while Canelón belongs to Cajicá. 16 However, given the massive rate of internal migration discussed above, these figures are outdated and probably greatly underestimate the actual current populations of the two towns. The capital Bogotá, a city of seven million people, is surrounded by an impressive chain of mountains on both the eastern and western sides, naturally limiting the growth of the city in those directions. Thus Bogotá grows toward the south and the north.
He was a kind man in his fifties. It appeared from his attitude when I first arrived at his office at the flower farm that other researchers had approached him before. ” As I told him about the project and what I wanted to do, he sat straight up and began to show interest. We had a two-hour in-depth conversation. When he returned to Colombia to do fieldwork, however, the government suspected him of working for the CIA, and education leaders suspected him of working for the government. He was never able to finish his doctorate.