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Fishburn and Hughes: A province in eastern Argentina on the border with Uruguay. Because of its strategic position near Buenos Aires and across the river from Uruguay, Entre Ríos has played an important part in the history of both countries. During the years of Federalism it was ruled by Urquiza, the caudillo who first invaded Uruguay under the orders of Rosas but later led the uprising that brought about Rosas's defeat. Entre Ríos played a seminal part in the eventual unification of the provinces. Entre Ríos was often involved in Uruguayan battles, and it is realistic to suppose that its men would probably have fought in the revolution of Aparicio Saravia. See India Muerta. The Other Death