“Come experience the industrial age at its best.”
Back among the trees of the Pocomoke Forest stands a tall structure made of brick. The structure is what remains of an iron furnace, the furnace stack has been dormant since 1850, but between the years of 1831 and 1850 it was the center of a small, bustling town, thriving in the early iron industry of ante-bellum Maryland. The furnace, situated near Snow Hill, Maryland, was an important part of the industrial age, because of its contribution to technology of the time.
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