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 Consolidations : American Bridge Company

Page entitled : New Jersey Iron and Steel Company and other bridge works

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Cooper, Hewitt & Company, its bridge and structural steel works in New Jersey and other constituent companies of the American bridge trust, Youngstown, Edgemoor etc 

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... a spin-off from the Trenton Iron Company, when Abram Stevens Hewitt, Cooper’s son-in-law proposed that the family take over the rail rolling mill, to reduce the overall company’s debt . The Trenton Iron Company then kept its iron mines, furnaces and a wire-and-rod mill at Trenton NJ. But a year later, the Cooper-Hewitt family also bought out the other shareholders   ...

 

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