The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum
Bibliography
A Woman In Steel — Rebecca Lukens (1794-1854)
Robert W. Wolcott
Copyright 1940, Robert W. Wolcott
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Along the Western Brandywine
Wilmer W. MacElree
Copyright 1909 by the Author
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Economic History of the Iron and Steel; Industry in the United States, Vol. 1: Parts I and II
William T. Hogan, S. J., Fordham University
Copyright 1971 by D. C. Heath and Company
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Economic History of the Iron and Steel; Industry in the United States, Vol. 2: Part III
William T. Hogan, S. J., Fordham University
Copyright 1971 by D. C. Heath and Company
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Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Iron and Steel in the Nineteenth Century
Paul F. Paskoff, Editor, Louisiana State University
Copyright 1989 by Bruccoli Clark Layman, Inc., and Facts on File, Inc.

Forges and Furnaces in the Province of Pennsylvania
The Committee on Historical Research
Copyright 1914 by The Pennsylvania Society of the Colonial Dames of America
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Great Women in American History
Rebecca Price Janney
Copyright 1973, 1978, 1984 by the International Bible Society
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History of Chester County, Pennsylvania
J. Smith Futhey and Gilbert Cope
Copyright 1971, Chester County Historical Society
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History of Chester County, Pennsylvania
J. Smith Futhey and Gilbert Cope
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Southeastern Pennsylvania: A History of the Counties of Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia and Schuylkill
J. Bennett Nolan, Supervising Editor
Copyright 1943, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc.
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Lukens, 1850-1870: A Case Study in the Mid-Nineteenth Century American Iron Industry
An abstract of a dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the University of Delaware in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in History
Julian Callison Skaggs
June 1975
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Lukens: Remarkable Past - Promising Future
Eugene L. DiOrio.
Produced in 1985 by Lukens’ Corporate Public Relations Division for the 185th anniversary of the company.
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Lukens: Remarkable Past - Promising Future
Eugene L. DiOrio, Kathryn Gould Pella & Richard P. Smith. Revised in 2010 for the 200th anniversary continuous iron & steelmaking in Coatesville Pennsylvania.
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Lukens Steel Company (World’s Largest Plate Mill)
Lukens Steel Company, 1924
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Lukens Steel Company — A Specialty Plate Steel Producer
H. S. Spitz, Technical Director, Iron and Steel Engineer
Iron and Steel Engineer Year Book, 1974
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Pennsylvania History: The Family and Business Leadership of Rebecca Lukens
Volume 66, Number 3 - Summer 1999
Published by The Pennsylvania Historical Association
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Pennsylvania Iron Manufacture in the Eighteenth Century
Arthur Cecil Bining
First Edition, 1938
Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
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Pennsylvania Iron Manufacture in the Eighteenth Century
Arthur Cecil Bining, Ph.D.
Publications of Pennsylvania Historical Commission,
Volume IV, Harrisburg 1938
Copyright 1938 by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
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Reminiscences
Clara Huston Miller
Published under paragraph 1528 Parris Act of U.S. Congress
Printed by E. Coachman & Co., Ltd., London, England
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Steel Plate and Their Fabrication
Lukens Steel Company

Copyright 1947, Lukens Steel Company
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