Wiilkarama Indians

But from 1586, Lucana-andamarcas begin to publicize their discomfort being reduced in Huamanquiquia, pretending to settle in their former Lands, as shown in the documentation for the era. INDIGENOUS complaints inside the political, administrative and social transformations with the reductions under the Government of Viceroy Toledo, indigenous lucana-andamarcas remained populated in Huamanquiquia, but from 1586, Lucanas-Andamarcas of Kano and Wiilkarama Indians begin to publicize to the colonial administration, its drawbacks which had with this reduction, mainly in their complaints considered that the lands were scarce and they continued exploiting their ancient lands, in valleys very distant, deep Qillumayo and Qaracha to Guamanquiquia, _ (14) file COFOPRI. Title de Carapa: land dispute between communities. 1587 Fol. 2. (15) Ibid: 2. that made all efforts to go long ways, thus producing and pay the established taxes. Why where to had reduced it was a deep ravine and few lands that had not enough for everything, and who passed Indian such notable inconveniences and distant jobs, five leagues by punas and wilds to the sown fields that suffered great misery (16). Where Huamanquiquia reduction to concentrate a larger population, provided little opportunity for the coexistence of the reduced. More than this is very novel, finding a reduction that after approximately 15 years of coexistence and stability, indigenous peoples arise and ask for return to their former Lands, facing alleged rigid colonial laws, also during the period of the reduction of Toledo had kept in Guamanquiquia, next to possibly of other ethnic groups, sharing their modes of life, customs and the different clashes, but without losing the identity that linked them attached to their old lands, maintaining the link that unites them and after the completion of the rigid Government of Toledo, whereas shortages of land and their long journeys to the deep Qaracha and Qellomayo Valley advantage find some outlets that allow them to relocate to their old, challenging the colonial administration domains, the provisions laid down and trying to achieve their interests which they regarded as suitable, longing for the control and populate their lands.