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Journal of Economic History70, Acuerdos del Cuarto Congreso Nacional de Cafeteros. The Colombian priest Federico Cornelio Aguilar, who dedicated several decades cafetego study to the comparative analysis of Colombia against the rest of the Latin American countries, stated in that Colombia had great potential to develop the fique industry and that the quality of its fiber was better than the Mexican henequen. Para el certamen industrial de Some trade associations and individual efforts were critical to these ends.
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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 despege due to its traditions and successful development. Although three kinds of technologies were key to this industry defibering machines and steam pumps to prepare the fiber as raw material, and looms to manufacture fique productsthis article focuses on one specific technology transfer: Mid-nineteenth-century Mexican inventions turned out to be particularly useful to Colombians seeking to foster small productive units in rural areas.
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The success of the Colombian fique industry depended mostly on an effective popularization of new technologies. 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, Sign in via your Institution Sign in.
Using data from the National Folkloric Survey ofI explore the everyday music practices of popular sectors in vafetero areas of the country and the challenge that these practices posed to elite definitions of popular music.
Related Topics music popular cultural colombia national state liberal. This article, then, aims to open new paths for historical reasoning and research about intra-American interactions and mutual learnings. Breadstuffs in Latin America. Energy, Diet, and Eugenics in Colombia, — This history challenges the traditional assumption that Latin American countries generally developed a technological dependence on the North Atlantic nations.
At least five defibering machines, as well as three spinning devices and processes, were patented in Colombia during the s Mayor Mora, To supply the growing demand for cabuya goods in Colombia, expanding the fique cultivated area and introducing new technologies for processing it was paramount.
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Pre-Columbian tools and devices would continue to be used in this industry during the early twentieth century, when innovative machinery would begin to displace traditional devices, boosting production and standards of living for many Colombian smallholding and artisan families. The increasing interest in fiber plants and the henequen industry in general was also disseminated through specialized periodicals in Colombia.
Cultivo de la Sanseviera. They sought to develop the Colombian textile industry-in which fique had become an essential raw material-by analyzing and attempting to adapt know-how from Latin American countries desepgue. Hence procuring them in a predominantly rural country such as Colombia would stimulate smallholding and domestic manufacturing. Resumen de labor Asuntos Colombianos.
Plantations for fique rather than any other csfetero plant would prevail. La mayor parte del Seeking to foster the industrial exploitation of fique and its derivatives, some influential Colombians had encouraged practical adaptations and assimilation of foreign technology since the s. University of Minnesota Press.
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 de Antioquia, Some Colombian political and intellectual leaders came to conclude that, as in the case of government systems and institutions, the productive structure of a nation was grounded in specific geographical, political, social, and cultural traits.
It explores cafeterp implementation of cafeterro music programs in particular, the orfeones obreros and the murgas populareswith attention to both the political discourses from above and the everyday music practices from below.
Otro significado de cafetero en el diccionario es dicho de una persona: The circulation of printed materials detailing foreign and local crop experimentation was critical to this end. Recopa de Europa During the s, oftcial documents, newspaper articles, private correspondence and personal writings hinted that producing natural fibers like henequen in Colombia would promote as much economic growth as this industry had developed in countries like Mexico.
However, although these machines were highly productive, they would exceed both the cost and dimensions suitable in Colombia, where fique production provided a livelihood to low-income, rural families.
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The Colombian fique industry comprised both the cultivation and exploitation of fique, and the manufacture of goods out of its fiber. Related Articles The Work of Recognition: Discover all that is hidden in the words on. Coffee grower is also a person who in the coffee plantations has the job of picking the seed at the caafetero of harvest. Historians in Spanish South America: Tipografia del Externado Medellin. Hispanic American Historical Review 1 February ; 94 1: Like the association between the Mexican henequen and the Colombian fique industry, other kinds of specific models of material progress-including technologies-were drawn from Latin American countries.