La actividad industrial en Magallanes entre 1890 y mediados del siglo XX
Martinic Beros, Mateo
The former industrialization of Magallanes was a particular economic phenomena that typified the boom and development of the southern Chilena territory during the period between the last decade of the XIX century and the first two decades of the XX century. In a context of geographic isolation and remoteness served as a encouragement to the satisfaction of numerous requirements of service needs and supplies of goods, that the importing from Europe did not fulfill in time due. It was at he same time an evidence of the creativity, intelligence, and vigor of the Europeans immigrants, that contribute to the Magellan autonomy and self-sufficiency during a decisive span of its history.