The Jackson Iron Manufacturing Company Records records contains administrative, operational, and legal records of the corporation dating to the mid-19th century. The company operated between 1837 and 1878, owning iron-rich lands on and around New Hampshire's Mount Washington. The company was involved in protracted litigation relating to disupted ownership over those lands, which ended when the heirs of David Pingree purchased land ownership rights from the other claimants. These records were digitized with the support of the Pingree heirs.
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