Etna Furnace was built in 1832 by James Rodges, John Sparks, and Valentine Fear. It is still standing on County Road 4.
Vesuvius Furnace was built in 1833 and, like many others, was named after a volcano they resembled when blasting.
Buckhorn was built in 1833 and is still standing on Co. Rd. 41 North in Decatur Township.
Also located in Decatur Township, nothing remains of this furnace. Built in 1833 by Robert Hamilton, John Cambell, and William Ellison.
Built in 1833 by Robert H. Hamilton and others, Hecla is an acronym for Hamilton, Ellison, Campbell Land Association.
Built in 1834, this furnace stood 40 feet tall and was built under superintendent John Campbell.
Built in 1836, LaGrange Furnace is still standing near LaGrange Freewill Baptist Church on County Road 21.
Blown in in 1836, this furnace was famous for being operated by a female.
Still standing at 50 feet tall, Olive is the only blast furnace to utilize a Roman-style arch.
Built in 1853, the furnace is in ruins but the cemetery is still in use and well-maintained.
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