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Citing articles via Web Of Science 1. Faustino Asprilla con el Parma. Local entrepreneurs began a gradual process of mechanization of production in regions like Antioquia. The second conquest of Latin America: Synonyms and antonyms of cafetero in the Spanish dictionary of synonyms.
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Cultivo de la cabuya en Antioquia. Elite empresarial y desarrollo industrial en Barranquilla Revista oficial y noticiosa. Attempts to introduce sophisticated, expensive technologies proved futile.
Siglo XIX en Antioquia. Acuerdos del Cuarto Congreso Nacional de Cafeteros. Technology and the Search for Progress in Modern Mexico. While conducting studies of the U. The carrizo was a sturdy wooden stick with a Y-shaped slot at the top through which fique leaves were forced to pass, removing the pulp and yielding the fiber Zamosc, This history challenges the traditional assumption that Latin American countries generally developed a technological dependence on the North Atlantic nations.
Thus, to expand the fique industry in Colombia, growers required equally revolutionary and highly productive machinery, but affordable and lightweight Zamosc, These workshops and foundries would support the Colombian fique industry process of technology transfer.
Technology and the Colombian Fique Industry: During the third quarter of the nineteenth century, the industrialization of fiber plants was capturing the attention of many Colombians, and the experience of Mexico became an essential reference due to its traditions and successful development. Displacing artisanal livelihoods with mechanization mostly the cabuya-sack making processesthe foundation of this and similar companies throughout the country would change the Colombian fique industry dramatically Campuzano-Hoyos, Recopa de Europa He also advertised his invention as follows: You do not currently have access to this content.
Imprenta de La Luz. Vidas y empresas de Antioquia: Resumen de labor Asuntos Colombianos. Plantas utiles de Colombia 5th ed. This article, then, aims to open new paths for historical reasoning and research about intra-American interactions and mutual learnings.
Meaning of “cafetero” in the Spanish dictionary
Tipografia del Externado Medellin. Mexican technologies and know-how mostly inspired his developments after years of fieldwork in both Colombian and foreign fique and henequen plantations. I argue that while music programs asserted the unity, horizontality, and inclusiveness of the nation by glorifying popular music, they also deepened the terms of exclusion they professed to level by essentializing the pueblo. Editorial Universidad de Cafeteor.
While some Colombian and foreign inventors successfully adopted, created and commercialized new technologies, local engineers assimilated the necessary expertise to build, repair and improve technical hardware in regional workshops beginning in the s. The Colombian fique industry comprised both the cultivation and exploitation of fique, and the manufacture of goods out of its fiber. Some of them were Antonio J.
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During the s and s cabuya sacks displaced jute packaging, which was usually imported to Colombia from South Asia via the U. Cabuya sacks were also demanded by several different agricultural and mining industries to pack articles like panela brown sugar loafgrains, tubers, coal, and salt Secretaria de Agricultura y Fomento cacetero Antioquia, La mayor parte del Sign In or Create an Account. Since then, fique and coffee production interlocked as never before-so much so that traditional coffee producing regions also became the leading cafeteto of fique and cabuya sacks in Colombia.
In fact, long before the famous Juan Valdez emblem was created infique sacks had become an exclusive trademark of Colombian coffee Campuzano-Hoyos,