Samuel Nutt (c. 1675-1738) and the French Creek iron-works at Coventry, Chester County, Pennsylvania : a biographical and historical sketch

Samuel Nutt, an English Quaker weaver, immigrated to PA in 1714 and by 1720 was producing iron at the forks of the French Creek. His bloomery iron forge was the second in Pennsylvania and the first in Chester County. Over the next 20 years he was instrumental in building a refinery forge, a cold-bla...

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Main Author: Graham, Daniel A., 1948-
Corporate Author: Friends of Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Morgantown, PA : Masthof Press, [2017]
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520 |a Samuel Nutt, an English Quaker weaver, immigrated to PA in 1714 and by 1720 was producing iron at the forks of the French Creek. His bloomery iron forge was the second in Pennsylvania and the first in Chester County. Over the next 20 years he was instrumental in building a refinery forge, a cold-blast charcoal iron furnace, and a blister steel furnace. At his death, he was one of Pennsylvania's major iron producers. Nutt's iron empire and lands were eventually acquired by the Potts family after his death. -- Publisher's description. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references?? (pages ) and index. 
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