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Aug 26, 2007 · It was built in 1854 to process ore into pig iron for rolling mills in the East. Because of a lack of ore and a rebellion among the slaves who worked it, this furnace was in use for less than a

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May 07, 1978 · In the 1880's geologists reported vast deposits of iron ore and coal in the area. This attracted British capitalists, who came into the mountains …

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Dec 14, 2017 · Iron Furnace (Cumberland Gap National Park) This was another place that Heather of SimplySpokn took me to visit this year. In the early 1820s to the 1880s, The Newlee Iron Furnace produced Iron-Ore. Inscription of Marker Sign. From the early 1820s to the 1880s, an iron smelting business here took advantage of the rushing waters of Gap Creek

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Pure and simple, the Port of Corpus Christi is an energy hub, connecting the Gulf of Mexico with the vast U.S. inland waterway system, positioned between the country’s two largest shale oil and gas plays, the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford

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Mining began there in the 16th century and ceased around 1830 when iron ore deposits were depleted. August F.T. Schell, born in Clausthal in 1807, married Johanna Shunk there in about 1838. By 1847, August and Johanna were the parents of three children

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John Thomas Machin (pronounced MAY-kin) was from the little minster of Southwell in Derbyshire. A minster was a town given to churches and their pastors; agriculture and coal helped to enrich the area. John was an iron ore miner when he met Miss Emma Hendley. They were married on Jan. 29, 1866, and for the next six years it was just the two of

cumberland gap: appalctchian beauty - the new york times

May 07, 1978 · In the 1880's geologists reported vast deposits of iron ore and coal in the area. This attracted British capitalists, who came into the mountains …

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New Castle News . New Castle, Pennsylvania July 20, 1966 Category: Obituary/Death Record

the lakes--and the land--made by man - chicago tribune

Aug 26, 2007 · It was built in 1854 to process ore into pig iron for rolling mills in the East. Because of a lack of ore and a rebellion among the slaves who worked it, this furnace was in use for less than a

the port of corpus christi: energy port of the americas

Pure and simple, the Port of Corpus Christi is an energy hub, connecting the Gulf of Mexico with the vast U.S. inland waterway system, positioned between the country’s two largest shale oil and gas plays, the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford

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History of Corbin In 1895 a village on the banks of Lynn Camp Creek was incorporated and became the town of Corbin. Prior to incorporation, Corbin had been called Lynn Camp after William Lynn, a Virginian, who was lost in the area around 1800. After the Civil War, about six or eight farms were located […]

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Aug 22, 2020 · The latest tome — Volumes 39 and 40, 2018-2019 — is a comprehensive exploration of the county’s rich history of iron making industries, including the people and families who helped transform