Science, Technology and 100 Years of Canadian Quarantine

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Title
Science, Technology and 100 Years of Canadian Quarantine
Abstract
Includes information on the development of quarantine science and technology by Dr. Frederick Montizambert (1843-1929) at Grosse Île, below Quebec City. The last third of the nineteenth century withnessed the passage from methods of quarantine based on detention to the use of disinfection techniques based on theories of bacteriology.
Book Title
Critical Issues in the History of Canadian Science, Technology and Medicine
Place
Thornhill, ON and Ottawa, ON
Publisher
HSTC Publications
Date
1983
Pages
89-100
Language
en
Citation
Bilson, Geoffrey. “Science, Technology and 100 Years of Canadian Quarantine.” In Critical Issues in the History of Canadian Science, Technology and Medicine, edited by Richard A. Jarrell and A. E. Roos, 89–100. Thornhill, ON and Ottawa, ON: HSTC Publications, 1983.
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