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2 edition of The iron industries of Lebanon County found in the catalog.

The iron industries of Lebanon County

paper read before the Lebanon County historical society, June 17, 1904 / by Henry C. Grittinger

by Henry C. Grittinger

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Published by Lebanon County Historical Society in [Lebanon, Pa.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industries,
  • Iron industry and trade,
  • History

  • About the Edition

    The legend of the hounds is a poem about an incident in the iron industry in Cornwall, Pa.

    Edition Notes

    With : The legend of the hounds / by Geo. H. Boker.

    Other titlesLegend of the hounds
    SeriesLebanon County Historical Society (Lebanon County, Pa.). Historical papers and addresses -- Vol. 3, no. 1, Publication (Lebanon County Historical Society (Lebanon County, Pa.) -- v.3, no.1
    ContributionsBoker, George H. (George Henry), 1823-1890, Lebanon County Historical Society (Lebanon County, Pa.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination50 p. ;
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25843762M

    Cornwall Banks in Lebanon County was the most important and largest iron ore deposit in Pennsylvania. A furnace also used up large tracts of forest to make charcoal. Ironmasters often located forges, slitting mills, and rolling mills near iron furnaces since furnaces supplied requisite pig iron. The Cornwall Furnace was created by Peter Grubb in It was from the operations of this furnace that the iron industry of the Lebanon Valley developed and was continued for a long period of time. One of the main recipients of the pig iron was the Hopewell Forge on Hammer Creek.

    The Iron Industries of Lebanon County; The Legend of the Hounds (Poem) Research Archives Only: V.3, no.2 () The Eastern Border of Lebanon County; The Western Border of Lebanon County: Research Archives Only: V.3, no.3 (). The Rise of an Iron Community: an Economic History of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, From to [Lebanon County Historical Society Vol. XII, No. .

    The iron industry in Pennsylvania Early iron works of Central Pennsylvania: a paper read before the fortnightly club of Tyrone Writings on Pennsylvania history; a bibliography. It was from the operations of this furnace that the iron industry of the Lebanon Valley developed and was continued for a long period of time. One of the main recipients of the pig iron was the Hopewell Forge on Hammer Creek. Recorder Book Lebanon County John Andrew Schulz, from Myerstown, swore himself into all county offices at once.


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