GOING FOR THE IRON
By Dean Connors
Going For the Iron, by Dean Connors, 1994. “How iron was discovered in far Northeastern Wisconsin, how it came about that the first commercial ore was shipped from Hurley on the Montreal and something about the people who were preoccupied with these efforts.” Much information about Jay O. Hayes and his brother Everis A. Hayes, their clairvoyant mother Mary Hayes Chynoweth, the Hayes Mansion in San Jose, California, and how they became millionaires by operating the Germania and Ashland iron mines. Includes many illustrations and an index.
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pages, hardcover 9 by 11 inches
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