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Virtual Museum of Pennsylvania Iron Furnaces & Iron Works

Digital Iron Furnace Research Library
The 19th Century Society of Pennsylvania
Links to:
Pennsylvania Furnaces Every Name Index
Pennsylvania Furnaces County Index
Pennsylvania Clickable County  Map
Pennsylvania Iron Furnace Sourcebook
A Bibliographical Sourcebook
for the 18th and 19th Century Iron Furnaces and Iron Works of Pennsylvania,
including the stone blast furnaces, blast furnaces, forges, foundries, and iron works of Pennsylvania.

A Tribute to the Iron Masters and Iron Workers
that built and keep in-blast
the old Stone Blast Furnaces of Pennsylvania.

Raymond A. Washlaski, Historian, Archaeologist, Editor & Web Master,
Ryan P. Washlaski, Technical Advisor.

Updated June 18, 2004

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Pennsylvania Iron Furnace Sourcebook

Contains an every name index to the iron works and blast furnaces of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania County index of Iron Works with a clickable Pennsylvania County Map

The Virtual Museum of Pennsylvania Iron Furnaces & Iron Works Web Site was established September 22,1998 as an Iron Furnace & Iron Works Resource for Researchers, Archaeologists, Historians and Genealogists with an interest in the
Stone Blast Furnaces, Iron Works and Iron Industry of Pennsylvania.

ENTER       Wharton Iron Furnace, Fayette Co., PA, a pen and ink drawing by Raymond A. Washlaski
Wharton Iron Furnace, Fayette County, PA  ca.1899
pen and ink by Raymond A. Washlaski
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