High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Vicente Quesada
(1812-1877) was a Chilean lawyer and lawmaker. He was born in
Copiapo in 1812. He attended school at the Instituto Nacional, then
earned his law degree in 1834. He lived in Copiapo in the heyday of
nearby mining at Chanarcillo and Atacama. For many years, he was an
attorney at for the old and respected firm of Gallo and Goyenechea,
which promoted mining in the province and the northern coast. In
1865 he wrote a draft Mining Code on behalf of the Supreme
Government, based in part on Mexico's industrial code. He worked in
the press of Copiapo and belonged to the Radical Party.
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