Peter Cooper, Abram Hewitt, Edward Cooper, and John A. Roebling established factories in the mid-19th Century that transformed N.J.’s capital city into a hub of iron and steel production. The businesses they created – the Trenton Iron Company, the New Jersey Steel & Iron Company, and the John A. Roebling’s Sons Company – lasted for more than 120 years. Published in the December 2013 issue of Garden State Legacy –

Iron & Steel Entrepreneurs on the Delaware GSL22 12.15.13 CW Zink



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