“He successfully organised a parliament in Negrete, where the transit of the Spanish was authorised in the four Butamapus without the need for the chiefs’ permission, as well as peace between Pehuenches and Hulliches, and the re-establishment of commerce between Europeans and Indigenous people; all without more regulations than those established by the President himself...” (Castedo) The historian refers to Ambrosio O’Higgins, whose management stands out because of his promotion of public works, as well as having managed an understanding with the indigenous people, owing thanks to his experience with Mapuche psychology. In the Parliament of Negrete begins the dialogue that allows the restoration of harmony with the indigenous people, as well as opening of transit routes.