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Canoe Iron Smelter (United States)

Built by Henry S. Spang, who operated the nearby Etna Furnace. Spang also was associated with a large rolling mill in Pittsburgh. The Canoe Furnace is the only known surviving conically-shaped stone-constructed blast furnace in the region.

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