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Published by Southwest Virginia Enterprise in [Wytheville, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Virginia,
  • Wythe County.

Subjects:

  • Iron industry and trade -- Virginia -- Wythe County.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby J. A. Whitman.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTS303 .W45 1942
The Physical Object
Pagination38, [2] p.
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6441324M
LC Control Number42025345
OCLC/WorldCa4925808

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Download Citation | Virginia’s Iron Industry in the Civil War | Union General George Stoneman’s December raid cut a wide path of destruction in southwestern Virginia. That attack. Southern Wythe county, which rose quickly to dominate the region's industry, had iron works established by the late s (Whitman, ; Chitwood, ; Kegley, ). The first documented iron production in this county occurred when a bloomery, whose precise location is unknown, was erected along Cripple Creek (Kegley, ). In December he began a brief involvement with the Speedwell Iron Works as foreman under the firm of King, Trigg, & Morgan (John A. Whitman, The Iron Industry of Wythe County from [], 5–7; Mary B. Kegley, Glimpses of Wythe County, Virginia [], ; Walter H. Cunyus, “Morgan and allied families records” [ typescript at. Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwest Virginia lies the historically rich Wythe County. The area was originally settled due to the proximity of the New River, one of few rivers in the world that flows north. The county is named after George Wythe, signer of the Declaration of Independence. In , the Civil War Battle of Wytheville brought federal troops into the heart Reviews: 1.