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Cooper's Iron Smelter (United States)

Coopers Furnace was at the western terminus of the Morris Canal. The Morris Canal is one of the few amphibious canals to operate in the United States. Stretching from Phillipsburg on the Delaware River to Jersey City on the Hudson River, the Morris Canal opened up the coal fields of eastern Pennsylvania to the industrial Northeastern United States.
During the 1860s, Cooper Furnace was the most productive iron furnace in America.

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