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Nahuizalco Wki[edit]

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Nahuizalco De acuerdo al Censo de Población y Vivienda de 2007, tiene 49.081 habitantes. -Per the population and housing census of 2007, Nahuizalco has 49,081 residents.

History

Nahuizalco es un poblado de origen prehispánico. Originalmente fue habitado por pipiles, y en la época colonial la región perteneció a la Provincia de los Izalcos. De acuerdo a una crónica de 1586, se estimaba que los residentes no llegaban a 200 personas. -Nauhizalco is a village of pre-Hispanic origin. It was originally inhabited by the pipil people, and in colonial times, the region was part of the Izalco providence. A chronicle in 1586 estimated that there were less than 200 people living in Nahuizalco.

En la "Carta de Pedro Cortés y Larraz, arzobispo de la diócesis de Guatemala a S.M." del año 1771, Nahuizalco es mencionado como la cabecera del Curato de "Nahuisalco". El curato teniá tres anexos, los pueblos de Santa Catharina Mazahua, San Pedro Putzla, y Santo Domingo Huitzapam, con una hacienda de Ganado. En el mismo documento, se describe la población del Pueblo de Nahuizalco. Tenía una población de 2790 "indios" dividida en 825 familias y una población de 190 "ladinos" divididos en 41 familias.1 -In a letter in 1771 from Pedro Cortés Y Larraz, archbishop of the Guatemalan diocese, Nahuizalco is named as the head of parish of "Nahuisalco". The parish joined three churches, namely Santa Catharina Mazahua, San Pedro Putzla, and Santo Domingo Huitzampam, and had a herd of cattle. In the same document a description is given of the people of Nahuizalco. There was a population of 2,790 "Indians" divided into 825 families and a population of 190 "ladinos" divided into 41 families.

Entre 1821 y 1823 fue parte del Estado de Guatemala, y en 1824 formó parte del departamento de Sonsonate. En los años de la República Federal de Centro América, sus pobladores destacaron por el apoyo brindado a las campañas de Francisco Morazán. Hacia 1856, según un informe municipal, la población era de 4.983 habitantes. En 1932 la localidad sufrió los estragos del Levantamiento Campesino. Años después le sería conferido el título de ciudad (1955). -From 1821 to 1823, Nahuizalco was part of the state of Guatemala, and in 1824 it became part of the department of Sonsonate. During the time of the Federal Republic of Central America, the people of Nahuizalco stood out for the support they offered to the campaigns of Francisco Morazán. In 1856, a municipal report recorded the population as 4,983 people. In 1932, peasant uprisings damaged the town. Years later, in 1955, Nahuizalco was given the title of city.

A iniciativa de los pueblos indígenas que han luchado por su reconocimiento, la Alcaldía de Nahuizalco emitió una Ordenanza Municipal sobre Derechos de las Comunidades Indígenas Asentadas en el Municipio de Nahuizalco (publicada en el Diario Oficial del 6 de julio de 2011, Núm.126 Tomo 392) constituyéndose en la primera normativa de este tipo en la historia de El Salvador. -Inspired by initiatives of the indigenous peoples who have fought for their acknowledgement, the city government of Nahuizalco signed a municipal ordinance declaring the rights of the established indigenous communities in the municipality of Nahuizalco (published in the official journal on July 6th, 2011, Núm.126 Tomo 392). This ordinance was the first of its kind in the history of El Salvador. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dbsalmons (talkcontribs) 17:48, 15 February 2017 (UTC)