One hundred and twenty-five years of pig iron manufacture at Robesonia, Pennsylvania by Robesonia Iron Company (Robesonia, Pa.)

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Published by [The Robesonia Iron Co. in Philadelphia .

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  • Robesonia Iron Company (Robesonia, Pa.),
  • Iron industry and trade -- Pennsylvania -- Robesonia.,
  • Blast furnaces -- Pennsylvania -- Robesonia.,
  • Cast-iron.

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Statementthe Robesonia Iron Company, limited.
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LC ClassificationsTS330, ESL 532
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Pagination[79] p. :
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16785242M
LC Control Number2008570342

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