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Page entitled : Washburn & Moen wire works

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How Ichabod Washburn and Philip Louis Moen built the Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Company into the largest wire producer in the USA 

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... with the Quinsigamond Iron Works, a rolling mill the Washburns had erected in 1846, and by the construction of a new plant at South Worcester. In 1868, after the death of the company’s founder Ichabod Washburn, the company name was changed to The Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Co.  ...

 

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