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The Forges du Saint-Maurice : beginnings of the iron and steel industry in Canada, 1730-1883

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The Forges du Saint-Maurice : beginnings of the iron and steel industry in Canada, 1730-1883 / Roch Samson
Samson, Roch.   Parks Canada.   
발행사항
[Sainte-Foy, Quebec]: Presses de l'Universit´e Laval, 1998
형태사항
xix, 458 p.: ill.; 31 cm
주기사항
Issued also in French under title: Les Forges du Saint-Maurice.
Includes index.
"Catalogue No.: R64-201-1998E".--T.p. verso.
Includes bibliographical references: p. 441-449.
표준번호/부호
ISBN 2763775497
분류기호
듀이십진분류법-> 338.4/76691
주제명
   Fonderies -- Qu´ebec (Province) -- Trois-Rivi`eres, R´egion de -- Histoire    Fer -- Industrie et commerce -- Qu´ebec (Province) -- Trois-Rivi`eres, R´egion de -- Histoire
Foundries -- Quebec (Province) -- Trois-Rivi`eres Region -- History    Iron industry and trade -- Quebec (Province) -- Trois-Rivi`eres Region -- History

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Roch Samson 1998 2763775497 338.476691-S193f 보존 서고 신청후이용(보존)
CONTENTS
FOREWORD = Ⅶ
PREFACE = XII
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES = XVIII
INTRODUCTION = 1
CHAPTER Ⅰ MASTERS OF THE ST MAURICE FORGES, 1730-1883 = 13
  THE FORGES POST, 1730-41 = 13
    Francheville and the Compagnie des Forges de Saint-Maurice = 13
    Cugnet et Compagnie = 17
      The Ironworks Project = 17
      Financial Structure = 18
      Articles of Association = 18
      Privileges = 19
      Implementation = 19
      Bankruptcy = 21
  CROWN CONTROL, 1741-64 = 24
    French Crown = 24
    British Crown = 26
  THE FORGES UNDER LEASE, 1767-1846 = 28
    The P e' lissier Syndicate, 1767-78 = 30
    Alexandre Dumas, 1778-83 = 32
    Conrad Gugy, 1783-87 = 32
    Alexander Davison and John Lees, 1787-93 = 33
    The Bell Years, 1793-1846 = 34
  THE FORGES UNDER PRIVATE OWNERSHIP, 1846-83 = 40
    Henry Stuart, 1846-51 = 41
    John Porter & Company, 1851-61 = 42
    The McDougall Era, 1863-83 = 48
      John McDougall, 1863-67 = 48
      John McDougall & Sons, 1867-76 = 4
      G. & A. McDougall, 1876-80 = 52
      George McDougall, 1880-83 = 53
CHAPTER Ⅱ THE FORGES LANDS = 57
  THE IRON PLANTATION AND ITS RESOURCES = 57
  THE FORGES LANDS = 59
    Land Grants and Purchases = 63
    Additional Land Held in Usufruct = 63
    Land Expansion = 64
  THE LIE OF THE LAND = 65
    Implications of the Location of Resources = 65
    Prospecting for Resources = 67
    Mines = 68
    Quarries = 73
    Timber = 76
  RAW MATERIALS : SUPPLY AND CONSUMPTION = 78
    Ore = 78
    Flux an Firestone = 79
      Limestone and Building Stone = 79
      Clay Marl = 81
    Moulding Sand = 81
    Charcoal = 82
      Timber Aceage Required = 82
      Charcoal Consumption = 86
  DRESSING THE RAW MATERIALS = 87
    Ore Prospecting and Mining = 87
    Ore Washing and Crushing = 89
    Limestone Breaking = 91
    Charcoal Making = 91
      Pit Charcoal = 92
      Kiln Charcoal = 95
  TRANSPORTATION = 97
    The River = 98
    Roads = 100
      The Forges Road = 101
      Riverside Roads = 102
      Forest Roads = 102
      Road Maintenance = 104
    Means of Road Transportation = 104
      Vehicles = 104
      Horses = 107
      Care of Horses and Vehicles = 109
CHAPTER Ⅲ HARNESSING THE STREAM = 111
  THE ART OF CONTROLLING WATER = 112
  HOW WATERWHEELS WORK = 113
    Types of Wheel = 113
    The Head = 113
    Wheel Diameter and the Principle of Leverage = 113
    Gearing Mechanisms = 113
  THE SITE OF FRANCHEVILLE'S BLOOMERY = 114
  THE CREEK'S DRAINAGE PATTERN = 115
  THE CREEK'S ENERGY POTENTIAL = 116
  PERFECTING THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM = 120
    Francheville's System = 120
    V e' zin's System = 121
    Chaussegros de L e' ry's Involvement = 123
      L e' ry's Scientific Approach = 125
      L e' ry's Calculations = 125
  LATER ADDITIONS = 130
  TURBINES = 131
CHAPTER Ⅳ THE FORGES PLANT = 135
  ESTABLISHMENT OF THE FORGES = 135
    V e' zin's Arriva1 = 135
    Setting up the New Forges = 136
    V e' zin's Plans = 136
    Criticism and Modification of the Plans = 137
    Carrying out the Project = 137
    Construction = 138
      1736 = 138
      1737 = 139
      1738 = 140
      1739 = 141
      1740 = 142
      1741 = 143
    The Forges in Operation = 143
  COMPONENTS OF THE FORGES PLANT = 144
    The Gully = 144
    The Blast Furnace = 145
      Location = 145
      The Blast Furnace Complex = 146
      Description = 149
    Changes to the Blast Furnace = 155
    The New Furnace = 158
    The Forges = 164
      The Lower Forge = 166
      The Upper Forge = 178
CHAPTER Ⅴ THE ART OF IRONWORKING = 187
  IRONFOUNDING = 187
    Work Schedule = 188
    Division of Labour = 190
      The Furnace Crew = 190
      Work Areas = 191
    Operations = 192
      Blowing In = 192
      Charging the Furnace = 193
      Smelting and Tapping = 195
      White, Grey, Black and Mottled Cast Iron = 197
      Casting = 199
  FORGING = 208
    Work Schedule = 209
      Annual Production Cycle = 209
      Work Week = 210
      Work Schedule and Division of Labour = 210
    Operations = 212
      Fining = 212
      Heating and Hammering = 213
    Wrought Iron Production = 214
      Rivalry between the Upper and Lower Forges = 216
CHAPTER Ⅵ THE FORGES WARES = 219
  THE FORGES IN THE SERVICE OF THE CROWN = 221
    Iron for Shipbuilding = 221
    Weapons of War and Ammunition = 225
      Military Production under the French = 226
      The American Invasion and Its Consequences = 228
  THE FORGES AND THE COLONY = 229
    Supplies for Settlement = 229
    Uses for Wrought Iron and Cast Iron = 232
      Heating = 232
      Cooking = 235
      Farming = 236
      Tools and Equipment = 237
      Public Works = 239
      Transportation = 240
      Steelmaking = 241
  THE FORGES AND THE IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY = 241
    Changing Times = 241
    The End of Manufacturing = 243
  THE QUESTION OF PROFITABILITY = 245
    Breakdown of Production Costs = 250
  THE IRON TRADE = 251
    Agents = 251
    Merchants = 252
    Commissions and Discounts = 253
    Payment = 254
    Wholesale Versus Retail = 254
  OVERVIEW OF PRICING = 255
    Bar Iron = 255
    Stoves = 256
CHAPTER Ⅶ THE WORKING POPULATION = 259
  DEFINING THE POPULATION OF THE FORGES = 259
  DEMOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT OF THE FORGES DEPENDING ON SOURCES USED = 260
    Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths = 260
    Employed Population Much Larger Than Population Censused = 262
  NATURAL POPULATION TRENDS = 263
    Annual and 10-Year Trends = 263
    Seasonal Changes in Births, Marriages and Deaths = 264
    Fcrtility, Marriage and Death Rates = 265
  SIZE AND COMPOSITION OF THE POPULATION OF THE INDUSTRIAL VILLAGE AND HOW IT CHANGED = 267
    Population Size = 267
    The Population and the Ironworks = 268
    A Village Takes Shape = 270
    Population Composition = 274
      By Sex = 275
      By Age = 276
      By Marital Status = 277
      Emigration of Young Adults = 278
      Households and families = 279
    Family Composition = 280
CHAPTER Ⅷ THE INDUSTRIAL COMMUNITY = 285
  COMPOSITION OF THE WORK FORCE = 285
  MANAGEMENT AND SERVICE PERSONNEL = 286
  THE WORKMEN = 288
  THE WORK FORCE = 290
    Lists of Workmen = 29
    Underestimates = 291
    Child Labour = 292
    Individuals' Occupations = 293
  ORIGIN AND RECRUITMENT OF THE WORKMEN = 295
    The First French Workmen = 295
    After the Conquest = 301
  MATRIMONIAL ALLIANCES = 302
  THE DISPERSAL OF SKILLED WORKMEN = 304
  HANDING DOWN THE CRAFT = 306
  INDISCIPLINE, TROUBLE AND TENSIONS = 308
    The Turbulent Early Years = 308
    Debauchery and Drunkenness = 308
    Violence and Tragedy = 310
    Criminality = 312
    Desertions and Fraud = 312
  SOCIAL LIFE = 313
    Christenings = 313
    Religious Observance and Feast Days = 314
  LIVING CONDITIONS AND STANDARDS OF LIVING = 316
    Pay = 316
    Methods of Payment = 318
      Payment in Kind = 318
      Inside Workmen's Wages = 321
      Outside Workmen's Wages = 326
    Physical Conditions = 331
      The Workmen's Accommodations = 331
    Food = 332
    Health = 334
CHAPTER Ⅸ THE VILLAGE = 337
  ESTABLISHMENT OR VILLAGE = 337
  THE FORGES IN PICTURES = 339
  DISCOVERING THE POST = 340
  BUILDING THE VILLAGE = 341
  APPEARANCE OF THE VILLAGE = 343
  LIVING QUARTERS AND WORKPLACE = 347
  WORKERS' DWELLINGS = 347
  THE GRANDE MAISON = 352
  UTILITY BUILDINGS = 355
    Other Workshops = 355
    Shops = 357
    Mills = 357
    Sheds and Stores = 359
    Stables and Outbuildings = 360
    Bakery, Icehouse and Wells = 361
    Chapel = 362
    School = 363
  CROPS, GARDENS AND PASTURELAND = 364
    Domestic Animals = 367
  MAINTENANCE OF THE ESTABLISHMENT = 368
  THE OLD FORGES = 369
CONCLUSION = 371
NOTES = 381
APPENDICES = 419
LIST OF ABBREVATIONS = 439
BIBLIOGRAPHY = 441
GLOSSARY = 451
INDEX = 456

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