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Estrategias para conectarse con el mundo: puertos del Caribe, redes agenciales y redes marítimas desde Valle del Cauca y Santander (Colombia) durante la segunda mitad del siglo XIX (Strategies for a World Connection: Caribbean Ports, Agency and Maritime N䵎瘯ἔ瘰㧆瘮羙癖甒ฎ얈ůฎĀ�癘嶀癔Ѐ瑖搂ﰼ乊෭ฎĀ⟨෭彿搃奋搃巫搃ꛮ෭

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Abstract: Spanish : Este trabajo analiza las estrategias de los comerciantes de Santander y Valle del Cauca (Colombia) para conectarse con el mundo durante la segunda mitad del siglo XIX. El análisis parte de la hipótesis que ambas regiones no se encontraban aisladas, pese a estar lejos del mar, sino que ambas superaron esa barrera con estrategias tendientes a crear redes mercantiles nacionales e internacionales. A partir del concepto de redes mercantiles de Reinhard Liehr, identificamos: los comerciantes, la forma de conectarse a los puertos del Caribe y las redes agenciales y marítimas que construyeron. Finalmente, presentamos una comparación entre ambas regiones, la cual da cuenta de una integración comercial permanente a base de redes que eliminó el aislamiento. Las fuentes de consulta empleadas son: aduanas, manifiestos de importación, periódicos, publicaciones oficiales y registros notariales.English : This paper studies the strategies used by merchants from Santander and Valle del Cauca (Colombia) to connect with the world during the second half of the 19th century. The analysis is based on the hypothesis that both regions were not isolated despite being located far from the sea, but that both regions overcome that barrier with strategies to create national and international commercial networks. From Reinhard Liehr’s concept of commercial networks, we identified: merchants, the way they connected to the Caribbean ports, and the agency and maritime networks they built. Finally, we compare both regions, showing a permanent commercial integration based on networks that eliminated isolation. Customs, import manifests, newspapers, official publications, and notarial records were used are sources of information for this research.

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