|Image of hearth feature exposing fire cracked rock and charcoal at Ft Hunter (36DA0159), note the charcoal deposit inside red circle. Image from the collection of the State Museum of Pennsylvania.|
|Ten-plate cast iron stoves. Image from the collections of the Hopewell Furnace.|
|Stove plate fragments found at the Thompson Neely Sawmill site, 36Bu18. Image from the collection of The State Museum of Pennsylvania.|
|Earlier Colebrookdale Furnace stove plate with furnace name and Thomas Rutter on the plate. Image from the collection of The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Community & Domestic Life.|
Britannica, The Editors of Encyclopedia
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National Park Service
2020 Cast Iron Stove Production at Hopewell Furnace. Electronic Document. https://www.nps.gov/hofu/learn/historyculture/cast-iron-stove-production.htm. Accessed September 9, 2022.
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