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The purpose of this paper is to create a syllabus

for week six, "Built-in heating, lighting and ventilation,"

of AE 686, History of Building Technology: part 2. The

sixth week of a preliminary syllabus was used as a frame

from which the more detail syllabus of the sixth week

was constructed.



This paper will create a syllabus of the history and

development of built-in heating, lighting and ventilation

in the Atlantic colonies and the United States. Emphasis

is also placed on Great Britain which is the United State's

primary source of technology other than native inventions.

French and Spanish America had virtually no effect on the

development of the United States. Emigrants from Europe

to America brought with them the technology of their old

country at the time they left it. However, a technology

equal to or greater than any other country in Europe had

been developed in Britain and was being made readily avail-

able in America via publications and the emigration of

skilled craftsmen. What technology that did come to this

country from Europe that was not brought here by emigrants

usually came through Britain.


Examination of the bibliography for the sixth week

included with the preliminary syllabus for AE 686 showed

it to be composed primarily of magazine articles. These






articles were based on research done on secondary material.

I have there for attempted to by-pass these articles and

examine as much of the secondary material as was possible.





METHODS

This paper is intended to provide a teaching syllabus

for the instructor and a basic syllabus of the sixth

week for the student. This syllabus will act as a basic

frame work on which to build a program of instruction

employing the following methods:

slides

physical examples

source material bibliography



Because of time limitations a collection of slides

was not made to accompany the outline. However, a list of

proposed slides along with the source is included.



In order to furnish physical examples of objects

discussed in the slides the present collection of tools

should be expanded to include furnishings, hardware, and

models or small scale productions of technological proces-

ses and related structures. This program should allow

for both permanent and temporary acquisitions. Efforts

to organize and operate this program must be coordinated

with various other departments of the University and with

other educational institutions.





HISTORY OF BUILDI'I TECHNnLOGY: PAPT 2


Week 6 Built-in heating, liqhtinn and ventilation

Outline and bibliography follows:


Bugbee, B.A. "fn Fireplaces," in Antiques, 20: "49-153, nec.
1931. Pertains to the colonial and classical revivals.
West, T. The Timber Frame House in Fnnland. Newton Abbot: rharles
and David, Ltd., 19q7. Read fireplaces and chimneys, pp. 91-
101.
Emerick, R.H. heatingn of Restorations," in Pronressive Architec-
ture, Aun. 1957. A brief survey on the objectives and techni-

Boynton, F.B. "Climate Control in Restored Puildinns," in building
Research, Sen-nct. 1964. This article may also be fond as part
of the Appendix of Rullock's The Pestoration Manual, pp.
124-131, on modern heatina and ventilation solutions for restored
buildings.
Kauffman, H.1. Chimneys, tantploipces, fireplaces and Accessories.
Nashville: Thomas "elson, Inc., 1972.
Issue on Heating. Association for Preservation Technolonv, V.TII,
Nos. 2-1, pp. 14-104; V.III, No. 1, pn. 71-9?. Exce'lent source
for the technical aspect of this subject.


M. Heating: Built-in provisions for

1. Central hearth (no chimney)

2. Fireplaces

a. Hearths: their support (brick and stone construction)

working surfaces, ash holes

b. Masonry iambs and backs, iron plates For same

c. Throat design (inclidinn dampers)

d. Cheeks facingss o" plaster, marble or glazed tiles)

3. Stove and orate installations
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a. Flues

b. Stacks includingn freestanding industrial types)

c. Cappinqs, bonnets and patent tops
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N. Lighting installations
a, 0. Ventilating installations
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HISTORY OF BUILnIIG TECH!nLOGY: PPPT 2 AE 686


Week 6 Built-in heating, linhtinr and ventilati-n (Cont.)


P. Acoustical installations

Q. Fireproofinn measures (for safety of life and noods. Insurance

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APPENDIX

LIST OF EARLY FURNACES

(This is probably incomplete, but includes all furnaces in opera-
tion before 1800 that can be checked from available sources.)

CONNECTICUT
Lime Rock Furnace, Litchfield County c. 1740-:
New Haven Furnace, North Haven 1658-:
Phelps Furnace, Stafford Hollow

DELAWARE
Abington Furnace, Christiana Creek 1727-c.
Deep Creek Furnace, Deep Creek, Sussex County
Keith's Furnace, Newcastle County (then Pennsylvania) 1725-]
Pine Grove Furnace, Deep Creek, Sussex County 1764-c.:

MAINE


Shapleigh Furnace, York County


1750
1678
1779


1768
L763
1728
L785


(no date)


MAR LAND
Bush Furnace, Harford County 1760
Catoctin Furnace, Frederick County 1774
Rebuilt 1787 and 1831. In blast 1880
Curtis Creek Furnace, Patapsco County until 1851
Elk Ridge Furnace, on Patapsco River prior to the Revolution
Green Springs Furnace, Washington County (soon abandoned) 1770
Gunpowder River Furnace prior to 1769
Gwynns Falls Furnace 1723-1730
Kingsbury Furnace, Herring Run, Baltimore County : 1774
Lancashire Furnace, Black River, Baltimore County
1751 until the Revolution
Legh Furnace, near Westminster / 1760-1765
Mount Etna Furnace, Antietam Creek, near Hagerstown 1770
Mount Royal Furnace 1723-1730
Northampton Furnace, Baltimore County 1760
Old Hampton Furnace, near Emmetsburg 1760-1765
Patuxent Furnace, Anne Arundel County / c.1734
Principio Furnace, Principio Creek, Cecil County 1724-1780
One of the most important of American Colonial Furnaces
Stemmers Run Furnace, 7 miles from Baltimore (no date)
Unicorn Furnace, Queen Anne County 1762
York Furnace Site and date unknown

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MASSACHUSETTS
Braintree Furnace, Norfolk County
Charlotte Furnace, South Carver
Cobb Furnace, Northboro
Despards Furnace, Pembroke
Abandoned when wood supply was exhausted
Federal Furnace, Plymouth County
Made stoves and firebacks in 1804
Furnace Village Furnace, Worcester County p
Hardwick Furnace, Hardwick, Worcester County p
Ironstone Furnace, Mendon, Worcester County
Kings Furnace, Taunton, now Raynham, Bristol County
Lenox Furnace, Berkshire County
Lynn Furnace, Saugus Center
Plympton (or Carver) Furnace
Said to have been the first to make cast-iron tea kettles
in America 1760-1765
Popes Point Furnace, South Carver
Revere Furnace, Boston
Six Furnaces
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Furnace Village Furnace, Exeter
NEW JERSEY
Andover Furnace, Sussex County
Atsion Furnace, Atsion Branch, Mullica River
Batsto Furnace, Batsto Branch, Mullica River
Bergen Furnace, Monmouth County
Bloomingdale Furnace, Passaic County
Charlottenburg Furnace, West Branch of Pequannock Creek
Franklin Furnace, Franklin, Morris County
Hibernia (or Adventure) Furnace
Pequannock Township, Morris County
Long Pond Furnace, near Greenwood Lake, Passaic County
Mount Holly (or Hanover) Furnace
Mount Hope Furnace, Mount Hope, near Rockaway
Oxford Furnace, Warren County
Pompton Furnace, Passaic County
Ringwood (or Ogden's) Furnace
North Branch, Pequannock River
Shrewsbury (or Tinton Falls) Furnace, Monmouth County
Taunton Furnace, Burlington County
Union Furnace, Hunterdon County
Abandoned 1778


1646-1653
176'3-c1812
1782-1787
1702

1794

rior to 1773
rior to 1763
1700
c.1724-1840
1765-1881
1645-1688
1730


1733
1793
1731

1795


c.1760
1766
1766-1846
(no date)
1765
1767-1776
1770
1765

1768
1730-1778
1772-1825
1742-1882
1768
1742-c1912

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1766-1773
1750-1778


NEW YORK
Ancram Furnace 1750-1837
Columbia County, East of Hudson River, near Connecticut
Amenia Furnace, Dutchess County during Revolution
Courtland Manor Furnaces prior to 1756
Two of them begun and abandoned

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Craigsville Furnace during Revolution
Forrest of Dean Furnace, Ramapo Creek, Orange County 1756-1777
Haverstraw Furnace, Rockland County during Revolution
Phillipsburg Furnace, Westchester County (no date)
Queensborough Furnace, Six miles below West Point c.1770-1800
Sterling Iron Works (or Ward and Colton's Furnace) 1751
Sterling Pond, Orange County. Makers of the great
West Point Chain under Ironmaster Peter Townsend.

PENNSYLVANIA

Abington Furnace, on Christiana Creek, Delaware 1727-1768
Originally Pennsylvania
Carlisle Furnace, Boiling Springs, Cumberland County 1762
Centre Furnace, Spring Creek, Centre County 1791-1856
Christine Furnace, French Creek, Chester County c.1720
Codorus (or Hellam) Furnace 1765-1850
Codorus Creek, Hellam Township, York County
Colebrookdale Furnace, West of Pottstown, Berks County 1720-c.1793
Colebrookdale Furnace No. 2 1792-1860
near Cornwall, Lancaster County
Cornwall Furnace, Furnace Creek, Lebanon County
1742 still existing in 1914
Dale Furnace, West Branch, Perkiomen Creek, Berks County 1791-1821
District (or German) Furnace c.1784-1797
Pine Creek District Township, Berks County
Durham Furnace, Durham Township, Bucks County 1727-1897
Elizabeth Furnace, Brickerville, Lancaster County 1750-1856
(Jacob Huber and "Baron" Stiegel)
Greenwood Furnace 1796
Schuykill Gap, Sharp Mountain, Schuykill County
Hereford Furnace, Hereford Township, Berks County 1753-c.1768
Hopewell Furnace, Union Township, Berks County c.1759-1890
Joanna Furnace, Hay Creek, Robeson Township, Berks County 1792
Keith's Furnace, Christiana Creek, Delaware 1725-1728
Originally Pennsylvania
Kurtz's Furnace, Lancaster County 1 c.1726
Martic Furnace, Colemanville, Lancaster County / 1751-c.1793
Mary Ann Furnace / c.1761-1800
Furnace Creek, West Manheim Township, York County
Mary Ann Furnace No. 2 c.1789-1869
Eight miles west of Trexlertown, Berks County
Mount Holly Furnace, Mt. Holly Springs, Cumberland County 1770
Mount Hope Furnace, Big Chickies Creek, Lancaster County 1786-1876
Mount Pleasant Furnace 1738-c.1752
West Branch, Perkiomen Creek, Berks County
Mount Pleasant Furnace No. 2, Franklin County 1783
Oley Furnace, Oley Township, Berks County c.1772-1834
Successor to Shearwell Furnace
Pine Grove Furnace 1770-1870
Yellow Breeches Creek, Cumberland County

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Popadickon (or Potts Grove) Furnace
Pottstown, Montgomery County
Reading Furnace, Spring Creek, Bucks County
Successor to Roxborough Furnace
Redding (or Christine-Redding) Furnace
French Creek, Chester County
Roxborough (or Berkshire) Furnace
Heidelberg Township, Berks County. Renamed Reading
Furnace. Again renamed Robesonia Furnace.
Active until 1913.
Sally Ann Furnace, Sacony Creek, Berks County
Shearwell Furnace
Furnace Creek, Oley Township, Berks County
Warwick Furnace, French Creek, Chester County
Windsor Furnace, Furnace Creek, Berks County


PATENT LIST


c.1745-1769

1794-1850

c.1737-1783

1755-1792



1791
1744-1783

1738-1867
c.1768


PATENT OFFICE REPORT
1844 p. 514


In regard to stoves, there is much diversity of opinion as to- the
c=-.arative economy and the domestic regulation of families and their
pe-= ar and distinct wants, growing out of a difference of circum-
sc es, requiring so many varieties in the article of furniture that
the =Timber of models of this invention far exceeds any other in that
oEre . the patentable features are, in a large majority of cases,
ca: of sight, and within the stove. A large number of applications for
p-_,rts for stoves have been rejected, as presenting nothing more than
Tmer changes in form.


RHODE ISLAND
Hope Furnace, North Branch of Patuxent River
Three Furnaces, Cumberland Township
Abandoned before Revolution. Made pots and stoves.

SOUTH CAROLINA
Buffington's Furnace, destroyed in Revolution
VERMONT
Three Furnaces, Rutland County
VIRGINIA
Accokeek (or England's Iron Mines) Furnace
Twelve miles from Fredericksburg. In 1750 shipped
410 tons pig iron to England.
Fredericksville Furnace, Spottsylvania County
Germanna Furnace, Spottsylvania County
Isabella Furnace, Page County, near Luray
Keeptryst Furnace
South side of Potomac River, Louden County
Marlboro Furnace, Frederick County
Massaponax Furnace (Air Furnace)
On Rappahannock, below Fredericksburg
Mossy Creek Furnace, Augusta County
Old Davy Ross Furnace, Beaver Creek, near Lynchburg
Olds Furnace, 12 miles from Charlottesville
Poplar Camp Furnace, Wythe County
Rappahannock Furnace, above Fredericksburg
Redwell or Redwil Furnace, Luray, Page County
Ross Furnace
Beaver Creek (called Old Davy Ross Furnace).
Named Oxford Furnace in 1856.'
Westham Furnace
Six miles above Richmond on James River
Zanes Furnace, Frederick County prio

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1735
1735


1773


1794


1750-1753


c.1727
c.1727
1760-1841
after 1800

c.1763
1732


1760-1841
prior to 1781
1777
1778
c.1732
c.1785
c.1781


c.1776-1781

r to Revolution


PATENT OFFICE REPORT
1845 p. 307


Since the establishment of the Patent Office (1790) there have been
iss--ed 800 patents for stoves. Doubtless there have not been as many
di=-_ct claims to novel inventions as patents granted, for prior to the
rece-t organization of the office, patents were frequently granted more
tEaa once for the same invention. But notwithstanding the swollen
Ilst of patented stoves, genius has been fruitfully exercised during the
pas- year upon the useful article, in some cases producing inventions,
wE h- from their excessive complication, bore full title to novelty and
or:,ziality, and in others where the novelty was scarcely perceptible
at Est sight, from the simplicity of the invention, but in which the
re. merits of economy were conspicuous. It is very easy to invent a
s c- which will save all the fuel, but to combine simplicity of con-
stz-r:on, ease of management, and economy of fuel is no easy task.
A =-.:re of this description has been invented during the past year, in
-fw:r by the simple position of what is called a reverberating plate,
nr:- that is desirable has been presented in a single and cheap stove.

Stove Patents Listed According to Type
FIREPLACES OR STOVE'
Imurr7 vements in Fireplaces /
Charles W. Peale, Pennsylvania, Nov. 16, 1797
Stc p Fireplace Elisha Putnam, New York, Aug. 24, 1802
Col--ria Fireplace Robert Hetterick, Winchester, Va., June 30, 1803
BD=le draught Fireplace Talmadge Ross, New Jersey, Jan. 23, 1804
CIcse Fireplace Horatio G. Spafford, Hudson, N. Y., May 3, 1805
ImcTr'_ement in Open Stoves or Fireplaces
John F. Gould, Newburyport, Feb. 1, 1807
I==r-iement in Fireplaces Giles Gridley, Newburyport, Mar. 14, 1807
ITr : -Temnt in heating rooms, etc. applicable to Fireplaces
azd Stoves Allan Pollock, Boston, Mass., Aug. 24, 1807
Fire- ace Giles Gridley, Newburyport, Feb. 14, 1808

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Fireplace or Open Stove
Ebenezer Whiting, Great Barrington, Mass., June 18, 1810
Fireplace Charles E. Cooper, Albany, N. Y., June 27, 1810
Improvement in Fireplaces
Augustus Graham, Fredericktown, Maryland, Nov. 24, 1810
Improvement in Fireplaces and Andirons
John Sweet, Berkshire, Mass., Feb. 26, 1811
Improvement in Fireplaces
Peter Sternberg, Montgomery Co., New York, Mar. 20, 1811
Improvement in his Patent Fireplace
Peter Sternberg, Montgomery Co., New York, Oct. 28, 1811
Improvement on his former Improvement in Fireplaces
Peter Sternberg, Montgomery Co., New York, Nov. 19, 1811
Improvement in Fireplaces for warming rooms by means of a
cast iron fluted back Eli Mix, New Haven, Conn., Apr. 25, 1812
Parlor Stove and Fireplace
Wn. Lankester, Boston, Mass., Nov. 24, 1812
Improvement in Open Stove called Parlor Fireplace
Joseph Howe & Wm. Lankester, Boston, Mass., Nov. 25, 1812
Fireplace and Chimney Samuel Morey, Phila., Pa., Jan. 18, 1813
Fireplace David F. Lanny, Phila., Pa., Mar. 18, 1813
Improvement in Fireplaces and Stoves
Ezra Haskell, New London, Conn., June 25, 1813
Improvement in Fireplaces and Stoves
Chauncey Guernsey, Poultney, Vt., July 7, 1813
Fireplace and Chimney John C. Brush, Washington, D. C., Jan. 28, 1814
Improvement in Chimneys and Fireplaces
Adam Spolin, Berks County, Pa., Sept. 22, 1814
Iron Back Log for Warming Rooms
Charles Harris, Boston, Mass., May 15, 1815
Improvement in Construction of a Fireplace called The Defiance
Erastus Bartholemew & William Church, Boston, Mass., Aug. 19, 1815
Improvement in Fireplaces
Levi Shepard, Northampton, Mass., Jan. 25, 1817
Improvement in Fireplaces Wm. Salisbury, Derby, Vt., Aug. 16, 1817
Fireplace Stove and Oven J. Rice, Hartland, Vt., Dec. 6, 1817
Stoves and Fireplaces John H. Lotz, Salisbury, Conn., Mar. 18, 1818
Fireplaces and Stoves Ezra Haskell, New London, Conn., June 25, 1818
Fireplace and Stove Chauncey Guernsey, Poultney, Vt., July 7, 1818
Fireplace Eben Jenks, Colebrook, Conn., Sept. 2, 1818
Construction of Fireplaces
Eliphalet Nott, Schenectady, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1819
Close and Open Fireplace
John C. Brush, Washington, D. C., Aug. 19, 1819
Improvement in Fireplaces Elijah Griffiths, Phila., Pa., Mar. 6, 1820
Circular Open Stove or Fireplace
Richard Berrian & Francis Glass, New York, Aug. 31, 1820
Fireplace William Shuneman, Catskill, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1821
Improvement in Fireplaces
Joseph Maggini, Baltimore, Maryland, Feb. 4, 1822
Improvement in Fireplaces
Stephen Spalding, Colchester, Conn., Apr. 11, 1822
Improvement in Stoves and Fireplaces
Lemuel Hitchcock, Wethersfield, Vermont, May 4, 1822
Improvement in Columbian Fireplace
Joseph Talcott & John McCulloch, Smyrna, N. Y., Jan. 26, 1824
Fireplace William Hoyt, Brookville, Indiana, June 3, 1825
Fireplace and Chimney Cyrus Blood, Washington, D. C., Apr. 7, 1825

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Improvement in Air f ic.! stoves
--ram Wales, Randolph, Mass., May 18, 1827
Improvement in Warmf-r- Eoms
A. McA__z- & John Daggett, Salem, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1827
Doric Fireplace John Pierpont, Boston, Mass., Jan. 8, 1830
Fireplace Ecezezi Lester, Killingsworth, Conn., June 30, 1830
Fireplace and Oven .:.2-han Knight, Stoddard, N. H., Dec. 15, 1831
Sheetiron Fireplace h::eh Ingalls, Sanbornton, N. H., May 23, 1833
Sheetiron Fireplace Lr7 ansfield, N. Hartford, N. Y., May 29, 1833
Fireplace or Stove :'n E. Cayford, Millburn, Me., Dec. 31, 1833
Fireplace for Warmirg E~_..lngs James Cox, Phila., Pa., May 2, 1834
. Fireplace for Warmirng cEi.ngs
Horace Saxton, Eden, N. Y., July 8, 1834
Steam Fireplace '-"n W. Cochran, Lowell, Mass., July 18, 1834
Castiron Fireplace X-sel Hayward, Easton, Mass., Sept. 25, 1834
Fireplace and Funneled Ckt ney
A-sel Gerrish, Shapleigh, Me., Jan. 23, 1835
Fireplace and Chimney : .rning Coal
C-nsby M. Mitchell, Cinn., Ohio, Mar. 8, 1835
Fireplace and Chimney
Reuben Ba=c & Elijah Harris, Boston, Mass., Apr. 8, 1835
Castiron Fireplace e-=: & Skinner, Sandwich, N. H., June 12, 1835
Grates for Fireplace Joseph Snyder, Phila., Pa., June 12, 1835
Castiron Fireplace Ebenezer Greely, Dover, Maine, Oct. 6, 1835
Altering Fireplace for E z--irg Coal
Art-emas Terrell, Boston, Mass., Oct. 25, 1835
Cooking and Baking Fe--~-Le
Jo =. C E:w-ard, Howard's Valley, Conn., Oct. 27, 1835
Stoves or Fireplaces l Sutherland, Lisbon, Maine, Oct. 31, 1835
Sheetiron Fireplace GZ:ert Richards, Ashfield, Mass., Nov. 26, 1835
Fireplace and Grate C-arles Lane, Hingham, Mass., Dec. 15, 1835
Castiron Stoves and FL-ahlns
C. H-= rf--i c & W. Elwell, Gardiner, Me., Feb. 25, 1836
Fireplace and Stove F:se- r Stevens, Springfield, Mass., Mar. 2, 1836
Fireplace WlWr- Burgess, Middleboro, Mass., Mar. 12, 1836
Improvement in Fireplace
-i-ah Skinner, Sandwich, N. H., Mar. 12, 1836
Fireplace -_isam Prescott, Hallowell, Me., Mar. 19, 1836
Fireplace Reuben Buck, Acton, Me., July 1, 1836
Stoves and Fireplaces Jordan L. Mott, New York, Oct. 11, 1836
Grate or Portable Firegace
J EEs W lfliamson, Washington, D. C., Nov. 8, 1836
Fireplace with Flat Fze3
A_--aham Fisher, Hudson, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1837
Fireplace and Open Grae /
E _e r Sherman, Fairfield, Conn., June 30, 1837
Parlor and Kitchen FirelacE /
7:-n Hagerty, Monroe, Mich., Mar. 24, 1838
Stove and Fireplace JI:-rI: Eurd, Jr., Stoneham, Mass., June 23, 1838
Fireplace r--sh Hammond, Baltimore, Md., June 25, 1839
Parlor grates & Open F= sZE-ces
Cha-res R. Wheeler, Boston, Mass., July 18, 1840
Fireplace _a---l Hemenway, Leesburg, Ky., Nov. 9, 1844
Stoves and Fireplaces
H. Katnssc-r .& F. P. Wierbicki, New York, Dec. 11, 1845
Improvement in Fireplacus and Stoves
Charles Neer, Troy, N. Y., May 31, 1853
Fireplace Stove J. Schmedinghoff, Cinn., Ohio, Nov. 3, 1863

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Fireplace Stove A. Carson, New York, N. Y., Mar. 29, 1864
Fireplace Stove B. C. Bibb, Baltimore, Md., Nov. 23, 1869
Fireplace Stove B. C. Eibb & P. Klotz, Baltimore, Md., Nov. 23, 1869
Fireplace Stove .1 Stuart & L. Bridge, Phila., Pa., Jan. 1, 1869
Fireplace & Heating Stove
C. H. Blanchard, St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 20, 1872

FRANKLIN STOVES
Franklin Stove Jaames Wilson, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Mar. 9, 1816
Improvement in Franklini Stove
John T. Van Sicler, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., July 3, 1816
Franklin Stove George Brown, New York City, Dec. 6, 1816
Cooking and Franklin Stome
Janmes Wilson, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Mar. 13, 1824
Union of the Cooking with the Franklin Stove
Tlhmmas Wentworth, Oswego, N. Y., May 18, 1825
Improvement in Franklin and Open Stove
William Cowan, Watertown, N. Y., June 16, 1828
Cooking and Franklin Stowes
George Richards, Providence, R. I., Sept. 9, 1829
Reflecting Franklin Cook Stove
Samuel W. Phelps, Cinn., Ohio, July 16, 1834
Cooking and Franklin Stome
Isaac McNavy, Stafford, Conn., Mar. 24, 1835
Franklin Stove for Coal 1Savid Petree, Little Falls, N. Y., Mar. 23, 1836
Franklin Stove Joftn Harriman, Haverhill, Mass., Sept. 29, 1836
Cooking and Franklin Stowe
X. Smith, New Hampton, N. H., Oct. 27, 1836
Cooking and Franklin Stove Abner R. Ring, Parma, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1839
Cooking and Franklin Stove Joel Houghton, Ogden, N. Y., May 12, 1840
Cooking and Franklin Stoe
Reuten Houghton, Clarkson, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1840
Franklin Stove Nathaniel Cradit, Ripley, Ohio, Dec. 12, 1848
Franklin Stove D. Stuart, Phila., Pa., Jan. 4, 1859

STOVES
Stove of Cast Iron RoBert Heterick, Winchester, Va., June 11, 1793
Improvement in Stoves James McCallmont, Feb. 20, 1797
Improvement in Stoves Thomas Hirst, Pennsylvania, Mar. 11, 1797
Improvement in Stoves Caleb Wheaton, Massachusetts, Mar. 29, 1797
Soapstone Stoves William Payne, Dec. 10, 1797
Improvement in Stoves John W. Godfrey & Wm. Lane, July 14, 1798
Improvement in Stoves WiMiam Henderson, Connecticut, Feb. 12, 1801
Improvement in Casting Clase Stoves
Henry Abbott, Pennsylvania, May 4, 1802
Improvement in Stoves
Samuel Nikey, Chester Co., Oxford, Pa., Mar. 7, 1806
An Economical Stove Joseph Poudrell, New York, Apr. 6, 1807
Heating Stove Allan Pollock, Boston, Mass., June 17, 1808
A Rarefying Air Stove for Warming Rooms
Damiel Pettibone, Roxbury, Conn., Oct. 28, 1808
Improvement in Stoves James Fales, Newport, R. I., Feb. 22, 1809
Improvement in Stoves
Augustus Graham, Fredericktown, Md., Nov. 6, 1810

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Improvement in Stoves
William Watson, Wey--uth, N. J., Gloster Co., Mar. 2, 18
Improvement in Warming Rooms
Barzilai L-assell, Hartford, Conn., Mar. 4, 18,
A Fire Cavern Abraha- Qzincy, Boston, Mass., Mar. 20, 18:
Improvement in Stoves The -.s Power, New York, Sept. 27, 18;
Improvement in Stoves Nicho&=-s Lloyd, Philadelphia, Feb. 29, 183
Fireproof Stone Stove Abrahaz Q-incy, Boston, Mass., May 21, 181
Improvement in Warming Rooms Zy- rarefied air
Damie Pe-tibone, Philadelphia, May 12, 183
Improvement in Stoves Alfre, Janes, Hartford, Conn., Mar. 1, 181
Improvement in Stoves Geo--r~ arrall, Philadelphia, Mar. 30, 181
Spiral Stove Rice=- PFoy, Warwick, N. Y., Nov. 13, 181
Eleven-plate Stove for boiling, ba-~g- & warming rooms
C- : es Postley, New York, Mar. 7, 181
A Family Stove Joseph T-=ry. Frederick Co., Va., May 17, 181
Improvement in Stoves ChL.i-s Postley, New York, April 26, 181
Improvement in Stoves
William T. James-.. Ton Village, N. Y., April 26, 181
Improvement in Stoves A-on Lane, New York, May 11, 181
An Economical Stove J:-. Graham, New York, Nov. 9, 181
Improvement in the Stove Comfz=- Barney, Warren, R. I., Dec. 27, 181i
Stove Eiai--- Corey, Milton, N. Y., May 30, 1811
Improvement in Stoves
Thos. & Isaa. Power, Hudson, N. Y., Aug. 31, 181(
Improvement in Stoves Henr- L ehenau, New York, Sept. 7, 1811
Stove Ja=-_ RPCss, Elizabeth, N. J., Dec. 3, 1811
Rarefied Chimney Stove
George Roge-.s Northampton, Mass., Dec. 18, 181(
Improvement in Stoves
Anthony B-. 3' n. Hagerstown, Md., Dec. 26, 1816
Stove Jose_ P. Simpson, New York, Apr. 5, 1817
Improvement in Stoves Ephraim Th-Siwrell, Boston, Mass., Apr. 26, 1817
Improvement in Construction of Srz-aes
B--sas Allison, Phila., Pa., Apr. 10, 1818
Improvement in Stoves Robert & :: Mount, New York, Apr. 11, 1818
Improvement in Stoves A _.n- Lane, New York, Sept. 15, 1818
Improvement in Stoves James _mron, Norfolk, Va., May 14, 1822
Open Stoves John J. Pi~.-r Springfield, Mass., Mar. 11, 1822
Improvement in Stoves
Bradford Seymour & A_ Bettis, Utica, N. Y., May 14, 1822
Improvement in Stoves Tasker, Phila., Pa., Feb. 3, 1823
Improvement in Common Stove Lce Gonjon, Phila., Pa., Sept. 22, 1823
Improvement in Columbian Stove /
Joshua Talcott & John McC )-)ch, Smyrna, N. Y., Jan. 26, 1824
Improvement in Stoves WriT- N'aylor, New York, June 11, 1829
Conical Stove St.:-- C. Roe, New York, Mar. 3, 1831
Stove Thomas Wccs:=. Claremont, N. H., July 20, 1831
Stove Powell S1:-e ase, Phila., Pa., Dec. 22, 1831
Stove Nathan a_- sh. Mendon, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1832
Stove Jor__- L3 Mott, New York, Dec. 30, 1833
Globe Stove or Radiator w. aer Hunt, New York, Feb. 8, 1834
Ventilating Stove Dafnel Q by, Calais, Me., Mar. 29, 1834
Common Furnace Stove
James Atwa.=r.. New Haven, Conn., Apr. 19, 1834
Stove G- J. Payne, Erie, N. Y., Mar. 6, 1835
Stove Furnace Harvey E-rv rd. Berlin, Conn., Mar. 25, 1835

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Stoves for Warming Rooms
Charles W. Peckham, New Haven, May 16, 1835
Ventilating Stove
Daniel West & Ferdinand Van Sickle, Hudson, N. Y., July 21, 1835
Stove Jordan L. Mott, New York, July 21, 1835
Stoves Wm. H. Carmichael, Hempstead, N. Y., Mar. 23, 1836
Stoves John H. B. Swanzey, Lynn, Mass., Mar. 30, 1836
Stoves Frazier, Blanchard & Gill, New York, Apr. 28, 1886
Stoves Fred A. Frickards, Easton, Pa., Apr. 28, 1836
Stoves Nathaniel Russell, Waterville, Me., May 14, 1836
Air Warmer Stoves J. J. Hentselman, Phila., Pa., June 16, 1836
Conical Stoves Robert Robertson, Albany, N. Y., June 16, 1836
Parlor Stove Berriah Douglass, Albany, N. Y., June 30, 1836
Stoves James Atwater, New Haven, Conn., June 30, 1836
Stoves Howell Parmalee, Watervliet, N. Y., July 2, 1536
Ventilating Stove Clement Woodward, Washington, D. C., July 2, 1836
Cooking & Parlor Stove
Nicholas Smith, New Hampton, N. H., Oct. 27, 1836
Cooking & Heating Stove
William B. Kimball, Peterborough, N. H., July 19, 1837
Cooking & Heating Stove
Rufus S. Payne, Springfield, Mass., July 31, 1837
Stove G. F. Hopkins, New York, Sept. 8, 1837
Cooking & Heating Stove
Philip Wilcox, Springfield, Mass., Sept. 12, 1837
Stoves T. Mills, Havanna, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1837
Parlor Stoves Jordan L. Mott, New York, Dec. 7, 1837
Porcelain Stove J. Smolinski, Phila., Pa., Mar. 28, 1838
Stove .Phineas Gillet, New Hartford, Conn., June 30, 1838
Dumb Stove for Parlors
John G. Treadwell, Albany, N. Y., June 30, 1338
Stoves James Miller, Baltimore, Md., Oct. 16, 1838
Close Stove William Beach, Phila., Pa., Oct. 19, 1838
Stove J. B. B. Galpin, New Haven, Conn., Aug. 14, 1839
Stoves G. D. Boyce, West Wareham, Mass., Dec. 27, 1839
Stoves C. R. Wheeler, Boston, Mass., July 18, 1840
Parlor Stove John Bachus & Evans Bachus, New York, Feb. 18, 1841
Cooking & Heating Stove Alexander Bean, Woodstock, Vt., July 8, 1841
Parlor Stove Joseph Feinour, Jr., Phila., Pa., Oct. 11, 1841
Parlor & Dumb Stove Combined
Alonzo L. Blanchard, Albany, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1841
reissued Sept. 9, 1843
Cooking & Illuminating Stove
Andrew Walker, Jr., Unity, N. H., June 27, 1842
Stove Abel Cornell & Hiram R. Merchant, Guilford, N. Y., July 18, 1842
Stove George Nelson, Boston, Mass., Sept. 17, 1842
Stove Stedman W. Hanks, Lowell, Mass., Oct. 12, 1842
Stove Philetus Phillips, Middletown Point, N. J., Nov. 12, 1842
Hot Air Stove Moses Pond, Boston, Mass., Jan. 20, 1S43
Stove Reuben Elmendorf, Kingston, N. Y., Apr. 25, 843
Stove James Taylor, Peekskill, N. Y., May 2, 843
Stove Richard W. Belson, Danville, Pa., June 1, 1843
Stove James Robb, Lewiston, Pa., Aug. 4, 1843
Cooking & Illuminating Stoves
Laommi Bailey, Boston, Mass., Mar. 26, 1844
Stoves J. White, Milton, Pa., June 10. 1844
Stove John Morrison, Newark, N. J., Mar. 12. 1845
Stoves Samuel Utter, New York, May 1, 1845

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Stoves Francis Hedenburg, New York, May 7, 1845
Stoves Jordan Mott, New York, July 21, 1845
Stoves Jehiel Ferrand, Port Byron, New York, Aug. 4, 1845
Stoves Peter J. Clute, Schenectady, New York, Sept. 19, 1845
Parlor Stoves James Peddar, Phila., Pa., Sept. 30, 1845
Portable Stoves C. L. H. Webb, Lockport, N. Y, Dec. 6, 1845
Parlor Stoves Charles W. Leet, Vernon, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1846
Stoves S. Pierce, Peekskill, N. Y., June 27, 1846
Hot Air Stoves E. D. Loveland, New York, July 14, 1846
Improvement in Stoves Evans Bachus, Brooklyn, N. Y., July 28, 1846
Stoves C. H. Rogers & S. H. Hancox, Troy, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1846
Stoves A. B. Martin, Hagerstown, Md., Dec. 26, 1846
Stoves John S. Marll & Wm. I. Ogden, Georgetown, D. C., Mar. 13, 1847
Air-Heating Stove Henry G. Clark, Boston, Mass., Aug. 10, 1848
antedated Feb. 10, 1848
Parlor Stove George Waring, Stamford, Conn., Dec. 12, 1848
Stoves T. H. Parker, York, Pa., Dec. 26, 1848
Improvement in Parlor Cooking Stove
Edward R. Brown, Albany, N. Y., June 5, 1849
Improvement in Stoves Adolphus Lotz, Cinn., Ohio, Oct. 30, 1849
Improvement in Stoves James Cole, Cinn., Ohio, Oct. 30, 1849
Parlor Air-heating Stove L. W. Gosnell, Baltimore, Md., Apr. 2, 1850
Stoves George H. Thatcher, Albany, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1851
Stoves Elihu Smith, Albany, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1851
Parlor Cooking Stove N. A. Boynton, Boston, Mass, July 22, 1851
Stoves Gardner Chilson, Boston, Mass., Sept. 16, 1851
Stoves Elisha Vance, Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 14, 1851
Air-heating Stoves Gordon Williston, Charlestown, Mass-, Oct. 14, 1851
Air-heating Stoves
Charles A. Bogart, West Dresden, Yates Co., N. Y., Oct. 21, 1851
Stoves Hale R. Rose, Guilford, Vt., Nov. 18, 1851
Stoves George W. Keenison, Newburyport, Mass., May 18, 1852
Improvement in Stoves
S. S. Jewett & F. H. Root, Buffalo, N. Y., June 14, 1853
Improvement in Stoves
Thomas S. Gore, Jersey City, N. J., Aug. 30, 1853
Base-burning Stoves
D. G. Littlefield (15 patents), Albany, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1854
Smoke-Consuming Stove E. A. Hill, Joliet, IlL. Oct. 17, 1854
Stoves Jordan L. Mott, Mott Haven, N. Y., Nov. 28, 1854
Stoves S. B. Sexton, Baltimore, Md., April 19, 1859
Hot-air Stove N. W. Northrup, Greene, N. Y., Mar. 25, 1862
Hot-air Stove T. Henney, Dubuque, Iowa, ov. 19, 1867
Nurse Stove L. A. Plumb, Biddeford, Me, Feb. 5, 1867
Hot-air Stove M. Schlegel, Saint Jacob, IlL, Dec. 29, 1868
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STOVES FOR BURNING COAL
Improvement in a Coal Stove Henry Abbott, Pennsylvania, Jan. 24, 1799
Improvement in Stoves for Burning Lehigh Coal
Robert McMinn, Phila., Pa, June 24, 1822
Improvement in Stoves for Burning Lehigh Coal
Philip S. Mingle, Phila., Pa., Oct 24, 1822
Improvement in the Stove for Burning Stone Coal
George J. Fougeray, Phila., Pa., Sept. 11, 1823
Improvement in the Stove for Lehigh Coal
John Lovatt, Phila., Pa., Jzne 16, 1825

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Stove for Stone Coal Philip Benedict, Lancaster, Pa., Feb. 27, 1830
Anthracite Coal Stove A. Savage, Pottsville, Pa., June 10, 1830
Stove for Burning Anthracite Cylindrical Sheet-iron
E. Steinhauer, Phila., Pa., Feb. 3, 1831
Stone-coal Stove W. B. A. Lange, Phila., Pa., May 3, 1831
Anthracite Coal Stove Jordan L. Mott, New York, May 30, 1832
Stove to use Anthracite Coal with Closed Pit, Mica Sash,
Vertical Grate, Lining, Damper and Handle and
construction of Pipes .
Eliphalet Nott (6 patents), Schenectady, N. Y., June 29, 1833
Stove for Anthracite Coal
Abraham D. Spoor, Coxackie, N. Y., Mar. 15, 1834
Stove for Coal Abial Smith, North Providence, R. I., Aug. 27, 1834
Wrought iron Stove for Burning Anthracite Coal
Thomas Southwick, Troy, N. Y., June 6, 1835
Stove for Burning Stone-coal P. Benedict, Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 27, 1835
Franklin Stove for Coal David Petree, Little Falls, N. Y., Mar. 23, 1836
Anthracite Coal Stove A. 0. Price, Newark, N. J., June 14, 1837
Stove for Burning Soft Coal M. P. Dorsch, New York, July 27, 1838
Parlor Stove for Burning Anthracite Coal also Open Grates
Otis Jenks, Albany, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1841
Improvements in a Coal Stove
Henry Stanley. West Poultney, Vt. & Troy, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1845
Improvement in a Coal Stove
Charles Babcock, East Haddam, Conn., June 10, 1845
Improvement in a Coal Stove Jordan L. Mott. New York, Nov. 1, 1845
Coal Stove John T. Davy, Troy, N. Y., Mar. 6, 1847
Coal Stoves James Shields & Samuel Pierce, Troy, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1851

AIR-TIGHT STOVES
Air-tight Stove Isaac Orr, Washington, D. C., Jan. 20, 1836
Air-tight Stove Thomas N. Jones, Boston, Mass., Aug. 11, 1841
Air-tight or Arnott Stove Joseph E. Fisk, Salem, Mass., Nov. 3, 1841
Air-tight Stove Stephen N. Allen, Boston, Mass., Jan. 17, 1842
Air-tight Stove Zephaniah Bosworth, Marietta, Ohio, Apr. 6, 1842
Air-tight Stove John Cline, Norwalk, Ohio, Jan. 6, 1844
Self-regulating Air-tight Stove Harned & Elliott,
assignees of Saxton & Elliott, Phila., Pa., Oct. 30, 1844
Air-tight Stove Anson Atwood, Troy, N. Y., Mar. 26, 1845
Design for Air-tight Stove
John F. Rathbone, Albany, N. Y., July 10, 1846
Design for Air-tight Stove Benjamin Starbuck,
assignee of A. Atwood, Troy, N. Y., July 14, 1846
Air-tight Stove Lemuel B. Sexton, Baltimore, Md., June 19, 1847
Air-tight Franklin Rennsselaer D. Granger, Albany, N. Y., Mar. 11, 1851
Air-tight Stove J. G. Allen, Phila., Pa., June 13, 1865
Air-tight Stove for Coal J. S. Todd, Macon City, Mo., May 9, 1865

DESIGNS FOR STOVES
Design for Stove Column Elias Johnson. Gilbert Geer & B. Cox,
assignees of E. Ripley, Troy, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1843
Design for Stove Jordan L. Mott. New York, Feb. 12, 1844
Design for Stove A. Whitney, Albany, N. Y., July 19, 1844

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Design for Stove-Plate Johnson, Geer & Cox,
assignees of E. Ripley, Troy, N. Y., Nov. 26, 184
Design for Stove
Addison Low, assigned to Leake & Low, Albany, N. Y., Feb. 12, 184,
Design for Stove Charles S. Hine, New York, May 1, 184;
Ornamental Design for Stove
Samuel Ransom, Albany, N. Y., July 10, 184a
Ornamental Design for Stove Jagger, Treadwell & Perry,
assignees of E. Ripley, Troy, N. Y., July 14, 184-
Design for Stove David Root, Cinn., Ohio, Sept. 5, 184-
Design for Stove E. P. Penniman, Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 5, 184a
Design for Stove
Johnson, Geer & Cox, assignees of E. Ripley, Troy, N. Y., Sept. 9, 184~
Design for Stove
Rathbone & Co., assignee of Addison Low, Albany, N. Y., Oct. 7, 184-
Design for Ornament of Lyre Stove
Wm. & R. P. Resor, Cinn., Ohio, Oct. 10, 1845
Design for Stove J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1845
Design for Stove-Plate John M. French,
assignee of Calvin Fulton, Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 1, 1845
Design for Stove Low, Choller, & Jones,
assignees of E. Ripley, Troy, N. Y., Nov. 12, 184-5
Design for Stove Albert G. Bristol, Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 23, 1846
Design for Stove John B. Clute, Schenectady, N. Y., May 28, 1846
Design for Stove Samuel Pierce, Peekskill, N. Y., June 27, 1846
Design for Stove Wilder, Bleeker & Vose,
assignees of William Shaw, Albany, N. Y., July 10, 1846
Design for Box-Stove John F. Rathbone, Albany, N. Y., July 10, 1846
Design for Stove Barber & Hoffman, Bridgton, N. J., July 10, 1846
Design for Stove John Morrison, Troy, N. Y., July 10, 1846
Design for Box-stove Samuel D. Vose, Albany, N. Y., July 25, 1846
Design for Stove George W. Norton, Rochester, N. Y., July 25, 1846
Design for Stove L. S. Bacon, Le Roy, N. Y., July 25, 1846
Design for Stove William Jackson, Syracuse, N. Y., July 25, 1846
Design for Stove Ezra Ripley, Troy, N. Y., July 25, 1846
Design for Stove Wm. B. Cresson,
assignee of Stuart & Beesley, Phila., Pa., July 25, 1846
Design for Stove Loftis Wood, New York, Aug. 28, 1846
Design for Stove Goodhue & Guild, Cinn., Ohio, Aug. 28, 1846
Design for Stove Samuel D. Vose, Albany, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1846
Design for Stove
O. S. Hartshorn, H. M. Payson & A. Ring, Portland, Me., Sept. 3, 1846
Design for Parlor Stove R. A. Gregory, New York, Oct. 3, 1846
Design for Stove S. S. Jewett & F. H. Root, Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1846
Design for Stove Wm. P. Cresson, Phila., Pa., Oct. 3, 1846
Design for Stove J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1846
Design for Stove /
Johnson & Cox, assignees of E. Ripley, Troy, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1846
Design for Stove S. W. Gibbs, Albany, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1846
Design for Stove
Samuel Hanley, assignor to Dunham & Co., Troy, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1846
Design for Stove James Wager, Troy, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1846
Design for Stove Annes A. Lincoln, Norton, Mass., Oct. 10, 1846
Design for Stove
J. F. Seymour, assignee of L. O. Palmer, Utica, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1846
Design for Stove-Plate
W. Cresson, S. H. Sailor & D. Stuart, Phila., Pa., Oct. 24, 1846

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Combination & Arrangement of Ornamental Figures and Forms
for Parlor Stove Gardner Chilson, Boston, Mass., June 18, 1850
Design for Stove Samuel D. Vose, Albany, N. Y., May 2, 1853
Design for Stove Samuel D. Vose, Albany, N. Y., May 24, 1853
Design for Stove Samuel D. Vose, Albany, N. Y., June 28, 1853
Design for Radiator Stove Bas-relief design on body,
foot & urn, "Lady Washington Radiator"
S. H. Sailor & John C. Smith, Phila., Pa., 1864
Design for "Egg Stove" David Stuart, Phila., Pa., 1864

SOAPSTONE STOVES

Soapstone Stove William Payne, Dec. 10, 1797
Fireproof Stone Stove Abraham H. Quincy, Boston, Mass., May 21, 1812
Soapstone Stove Porter Dodge, Francestown, N. H., Feb. 1, 1859
Soapstone Stove W. B. Kimball, Peterboro, N. H., June 28, 1864
Soapstone Stove Porter Dodge, Perkinsville, Vt., Jan. 24, 1865
Corner or joint for Soapstone Stove
James H. Flagg, Perkinsville, Vt., July 4, 1865
Soapstone Stove James H. Flagg, Perkinsville, Vt., May 1, 1866
Soapstone Stove A. H. Lowell, Manchester, N. H., July 2, 1867

FOOT STOVES
Foot Stove with Stone Heaters
Abraham Quincy, Boston, Mass., June 13, 1812
Improvement in Foot Stoves Allen Greeley, Oxford, Mass., Dec. 23, 1815
Improvement in Foot Stoves Julia Plantou, Phila., Pa., Nov. 4, 1822
Foot Stove George W. Robinson, New York, June 2, 1827
Improvement in Foot Stoves Ezekiel Daboll, Canaan, Conn., July 1.1836
Improvement in Foot Stoves
George HL Thatcher, Ballston, N. Y., Mar. 20, 1847
Feet Warmer Nathaniel Waterman, Boston, Mass., Nov. 27, 1855
Feet Warmer H. Forncrook, Elbridge, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1855
Foot Stove John W. Lefferts, Brooklyn, N. Y., June 16, 1857
Feet Warmer (hot water)
H. G. Seekins & H. G. Seekins, Jr., Elyria, Ohio, Dec. 15, 1857
Foot Stove J. H. Maydole, Eaton, N. Y., July 19, 1859
Foot Stove S. Hunt, Danville, Ind., Feb. 25, 1862
Foot Stove S. Ackley, Hudson, Mich., Apr. 28, 1862
Foot Stove J. Thompson, Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 5, 1864
Foot Stove E. H.. Reynolds, Rising Sun, Md., May 16, 1865
Foot Stove M. Mellinger, Dayton, Ohio, Nov. 27, 1866
Foot Stove M. B. Wright, West Meridan, Conn., May 15, 1866

STOVES FOR RAILROAD CARS

Railway Stove
J. B. Chollar & H~. Parmalee, W. Troy, N. Y., July 11, 1844
Improvements in Stoves for Railroad Cars
Dennis G. Littlefield,-Albany, N. Y., Mar. 4, 1856
Improvement in Stoves for Railway Cars
George W. Thompson, Bordentown, New Jersey, Mar. 31, 1857
Improvement in Stoves for Railway Cars
James Spear, Phila., Pa., July 7, 1857

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HEating Railroad Cars with Steam
George W. Samson, Washington, D. C., July 16, 1861
V-atilating Stoves for Railroad Cars
Richard Eaton, London, Eng., May 15, 1866
S-roe for Railroad Cars H. G. Dayton, Maysville, Ky., May 22, 1866
S-eet Car Heater John Gibson, Jr., Albany, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1867
S=:ve for Railway Car F. H. Whitman, Harrison, Me., July 28, 1868
S.-:.e for Railway Car A. P. Winslow, Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 29, 1868
S-ery Stoves for Railway Cars
A. J. Pyle, New Galilee, Pa., Apr. 27, 1869
Sa-ety Stoves for Railway Cars C. J. Smith, Norfolk, Va., June 29, 1869
S-vre for Railway Car M. T. Hitchcock, Springfield, Mo., Mar. 1, 1870
Ssve for Railway Car G. Beeman, Ironton, Ohio, Apr. 19, 1870

HAY BURNERS

machine for Twisting Hay or Straw for Fuel
John S. Foster, Yankton, Dakota Ter., July 25, 1876
Hay-Burner M. L. Wood, Jan. 16, 1877
Hay-Stove Jonathan Stocum, Englewood, IlL, July 15, 1879
Hay-Stove
Jonathan Stocum & R. M. Merrill, Englewood, III, June 1, 1880
Hay-burner Attachment for Stoves
Leverett T. Harper, Sioux Falls, Dakota Ter., Feb. 17, 1880
Hay-burning Attachment for Stoves
David L. Laughlin, Agenda, Kansas, Aug. 3, 1880
Hay & Straw-burning Stove
William Teeple, Watertown, Dakota Ter., May 23, 1882
Hay & Straw-burning Stove
Henry Lohrman, Redwood Falls, Minnesota, Oct. 17, 1882
S-oe for burning Straw, Hay & Cornstalks
Nelson Compton, Great Bend, Kansas, Nov. 28, 1882

STOVE PIPES

M,-afacturing Sheet Iron into Funnel for Stove Pipes, etc.
Rich, Wheatly & James Beaumont, Boston, Mass., Nov. 4, 1807
T--rovement in Stove Pipes
John Parkhurst, Jr., Cheshire, N. H., Feb. 13, 1809
3Iirovement in mode of making Stove Pipes
Caleb Jones, Burlington, Vt., Apr. 5, 1822
TInrovement in Stove Pipes John Colby, Salisbury, Mass., Feb. 16, 1825
It--ovement in the mode of making Stove Funnel
Oliver Hubbard, Claremont, N. H., Nov. 12, 1829
Or-amental Slides or Plates for Covering the Flues of
Stove Pipes Perry Davis, Fall River, Mass., Aug. 4, 1841

MISCELLANEOUS PATENTS
Leang the Flame in Stoves by Gauze Wire /
Samuel Morey, Orford, N. H., Jan. 20, 1819
Eeg 'ating the Draught in Stoves
Elisha Foote, Jr., Seneca Falls, New York, May 26, 1842
Irstument for Regulating Temperature
David B. Van Tuyl, Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 12, 1843

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Self-regulating Damper for Stoves
Benson Owen, Seneca Falls, New York, Feb. 13, 1849
Folding Doors for Stoves James Root, Cinn., Ohio, Nov. 4, 1851
Grate Bars for Stoves George W. Gardner, Albany, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1851
Doors & Hinges for Stoves
Charles J. Woolson, Cleveland, Ohio, Mar. 16, 1852
Fender for Oval Stove a flat rim or ring to Serve as
Protection to prevent burning clothes
Jordan L. Mott, New York, Nov. 28, 1854
Moveable Dampers or Heat Radiating Tubes
Asa C. Edwards, Southampton, Mass., Jan. 5, 1864


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