Article ID: CBB001252265

The Oldest Patent Granted in Mexico and Latin America (2012)

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Márquez, Manuel (Author)


History of Technology
Volume: 31
Pages: 163--167


Publication Date: 2012
Edition Details: Part of a special issue “Patent Agency in History: Intellectual Property and Technological Change”
Language: English

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Article Pretel, David (2012) Patent Agents in the European Periphery: Spain (1826--1902). History of Technology (p. 97). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Dufendach, Rebecca Ann
Cooley, Mackenzie
Alejandro Pastrana Cruz
Krista L. Eschbach
Cynthia L. Otis Charlton
Patricia Fournier García
Journals
Journal of Medieval Worlds
History and Technology
Histoire des Sciences Médicales
Gender and History
Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies
Colonial Latin American Review
Publishers
University of New Mexico Press
Victoria University of Wellington
University of California, Los Angeles
Univ. de León
Univ. Chicago Press
The MIT Press
Concepts
Spain, colonies
Natural history
Technology
Colonialism
Botany
Medicine
People
Hernández, Francisco
Francisco Domínguez y Ocampo
Jaime Juan
Worm, Ole
Sahagún, Bernardino de
López de Hinojosos, Alonso
Time Periods
16th century
17th century
18th century
19th century
Early modern
Renaissance
Places
Mexico
Latin America
Spain
New Spain
Peru
Colombia
Institutions
Jesuits (Society of Jesus)
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