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From the very beginning, in 1730, the Forges took in the full range of production operations: prospecting for mineral deposits, preparing fuel, smelting iron ore, and producing manufactured goods. The French experts who established the Forges were able to draw upon a wide-ranging panoply of skills.
The Forges du Saint-Maurice ("St. Maurice Ironworks") was the first successful ironworking industry in New France. At the time of the initial formation of the forges in 1730, the Saint Maurice region near Trois-Rivières had long been known. At the time of the initial formation of the forges in 1730, the Saint Maurice region near Trois-Rivières had long been known for its iron resources. Although the forges went through multiple managements, they were unable to turn a profit on their own and owners had to deal with heavy debts.
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60 – April 2009 – Steel Times International. Russia to the puddling process as an. alternative to forge conversion of pig iron to. wrought iron. The beginnings of the iron and. steel industry in Russia. Part 1 – Peter the Great establishes metallurgy. Holland to direct the. industry in the region of. Olonetski and later in the. Urals. In 1817, Sobolevsky became chief engineer.
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The Forges du Saint-Maurice: Beginnings of the Iron and Steel Industry in Canada, 1730-1883.
The Forges du Saint Maurice are now a remarkable tourist . The park Forges Saint-Maurice is an intriguing spot for visits by laymen and professionals alike. From left: Roch Samson from Parks Canada and author of a book on the history of the Forges, Marie Lavoie of Parks Canada, Carmen LePage of Parks Canada, Ren Dufour CIM President, and Fathi Habashi Chairman of the Historical Metallurgy Committee of the Metallurgical Society. 84 -. Journal of Metallurgical Engineering. Beginnings of the Iron and Steel Industry in Canada 1730-1883, Les Presses de lUniversit Laval, 500 pages, Quebec City, Canada 1998.