Definition of Forges
1. Noun. (plural of forge) ¹
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Definition of Forges
1. forge [v] - See also: forge
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Literary usage of Forges
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1. ... The History of the 33rd Division, A.E.F., by Frederick Louis Huidekoper ...by Frederic Louis Huidekoper by Frederic Louis Huidekoper (1921)
"74 Corduroy road, north end of forges Creek swamp.... 74 Brigadier General Edward L. King 80 Demolished bridge, old forges-Consenvoye road 86 forges Creek ..."
2. Introduction to a History of Ironmaking and Coal Mining in Pennsylvania by James Moore Swank (1878)
"The forges manufacture 12960 tons of bar iron, and the slitting-mills ... Lancaster county (1805)—3 furnaces and 8 forges in the north end of the county. ..."
3. The Manufacture of Iron, in All Its Various Branches: Including a by Frederick Overman (1854)
"It is questionable whether the charcoal forges of the West, and even in the heart of the anthracite and bituminous basin, do not yield larger profits than ..."
4. Directory of Iron and Steel Works of the United States and Canada by American Iron and Steel Association, American Iron and Steel Institute (1894)
"Under the title of forges are embraced all works which make wrought iron direct ... Two forges at Black Brook, Clinton county, built in 1832 ; 12 fires. ..."
5. History of the Manufacture of Iron in All Ages: And Particularly in the by James Moore Swank (1892)
"Several furnaces and forges were erected in this State a few years after the peace, the principal of which were the Era and Etna furnaces and forges in York ..."
6. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1904)
"... iron in its own furnaces and forges, being the furnaces and forges then being constructed or about to be constructed by the said company at Negaunee. ..."
7. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1858)
"There are thirty- five forges. 8. Northeastern Tennessee and Northwestern North Carolina have nine furnaces and forty-one bloomery forges in a compact area. ..."