Frederick Montizambert et la quarantaine de Groisse Île, 1869-1899

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Title
Frederick Montizambert et la quarantaine de Groisse Île, 1869-1899
Abstract
A leading figure in Canadian public health, Dr. Frederick Montizambert (1843-1929) was the main instigator of the reorganization of the quarantine station at Grosse Île, an island below Quebec City, where he started working in 1866 and was the director between 1869 and 1899. The last third of the XIXth century withnessed the passage from methods of quarantine based on detention to the use of disinfection techniques based on theories of bacteriology.
Publication
Scientia Canadensis: Canadian Journal of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine/Scientia Canadensis: revue canadienne d'histoire des sciences, de techniques et de la médecine
Volume
Vol. 19
Pages
5-28
Date
1995
Language
fr
Citation
Tétreault, Martin. “Frederick Montizambert et la quarantaine de Groisse Île, 1869-1899.” Scientia Canadensis: Canadian Journal of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine/Scientia Canadensis: revue canadienne d’histoire des sciences, de techniques et de la médecine Vol. 19 (1995): 5–28.
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