Directory of Iron and Steel Works of the United States and Canada, Volumes 8-11 (Google eBook)

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American Iron and Steel Institute, 1888 - Iron-works
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Page 40 - One stack, 45 x 9|, rj built in 1853, rebuilt in 1874, and remodeled in 1888 ; cold blast ; ore, red fossiliferous ; specialty, car-wheel pig iron ; annual capacity, 7,000 net tons. Brand,
Page 36 - Vice-President ; JV Allen, Secretary and Treasurer ; AJ McGarry, Manager. Selling agents. Rogers, Brown & Co., Cinti., NY, &c. Mary Pratt Furnace, WT Underwood, Birmingham, Jefferson county. One stack, 65x14, built in 1882, and first put in blast in April, 1883 : rebuilt in 1889 ; three Whitwell stoves ; fuel, coke ; ores, local brown and red fossiliferous ; annual capacity 30,000 gross tons. Brand, "Mary Pratt.
Page 33 - ... RED IRON ORES. Chattanooga furnace Southern Iron & Steel Co., Chattanooga. One coke stack; ores, red and brown hematite from Georgia and Alabama; product, foundry, forge, and other pig iron; annual capacity, 68,000 tons. Active in 1912. Citico furnace: Citico Furnace Co., Chattanooga. One coke stack; ores, Tennessee and Georgia red and brown hematite; product, forge and foundry pig iron; annual capacity, 40,000 tons. Active early in 1911, but idle 1912. South Pittsburg, Nos. 2 and 3, furnaces:...
Page 39 - Gordon-Whitwell-Cowper stoves ; work suspended in 1891. Rock Run Furnace, Bass Furnace Company, Rock Run, Cherokee county. One stack, 47 x 9, built in 1873-4, and enlarged in 1881 ; warm blast ; ore, local brown hematite ; product, car-wheel pig iron ; o ^ annual capacity, 12,000 net tons. Brand,
Page 37 - November 23, 1880 ; raised to present height in 1890 ; three Gordon-Whitwell-Cowper stoves ; No. 2, 75 x 18, built in 1883, and put in blast July 24, 1883 ; three Whitwell stoves. Ensley Furnaces at Ensley : four stacks, each 80 x 20, built in 1887, 1888, and 1889 ; No. 1 blown in March 19, 1889, No. 2, December 1, 1888, No. 3, June 5, 1888, and No. 4, April 9, 1888; four Gordon-Whitwell-Cowper stoves to each furnace. Fuel, coke, made in the company's ovens ; ores, red and brown hematite from the...
Page 38 - Trussville." Owned by Messrs. Hogsett, Ewing and Thompson, Uniontown, Pa. Williamson Furnace, Williamson Iron Compay, Birmingham, Jefferson county. One stack, 65x13.66, built in 1886, and first blown in in October, 1886; three Massicks and Crooke stoves ; fuel, coke made at Coalburg ; ores, red fossil and brown hematite ; product, foundry and mill pig iron ; annual capacity 18,000 gross tons. Brand, "Williamson.
Page 57 - October, 1880; hot blast.; ores, blue specular and red oxide, mined near the furnace ; product, Bessemer, foundry, and mill pig iron ; annual capacity, 17,000 net tons. Brand,
Page 37 - Furnaces, Sloss Iron and Steel Company, Birmingham, Jefferson county. Four stacks: No. 1, 65 x 16, built in 1881-2, and put in blast April 12, 1882; No.
Page 147 - ... tons with one mill not reporting. Allowing 10,000. gross tons for this one, the total annual capacity is 123,300 gross tons. Number of contemplated rolling mills and steel works in the United States, January 1, 1898, 504; annual capacity, double turn, 17,929,850 gross tons. Forges and Bloomaries. Anniston Bloomary, Cherokee Iron Company, Cedartown, Georgia. Works at Anniston, Calhoun county. Built in 1887 ; five forge fires and one hammer ; steam power; product, blooms made from pig iron. Idle....
Page 107 - March, 1873 : enlarged by present company in 1889 ; 10 single puddling furnaces, 3 heating furnaces, and 4 trains of rolls ; product, merchant bar and band iron and light T rails ; annual capacity, 8,000 net tons. Formerly called Central Iron Works. George H. Dudley, President, Florence, Ala. ; EA Hopkins, Vice-President, Philadelphia ; Richard Fell, Treasurer.

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