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American iron and steel institute (25)

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The American Iron and Steel Institute is the major trade association of the U.S. iron and steel industry. The American Iron and Steel Institute is the major trade association for the U.S. iron and steel industries. The American Iron and Steel Association was formed on November 17, 1864 and was absorbed by the American Iron and Steel Institute in 1912. Unlike the latter organization it focused almost exclusively on the tariff issue. The Industrial Le...

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Willamette Iron and Steel Works (9)

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In 1865, the Willamette Iron Works began operating in Portland, Oregon and was known for producing the "Willamette Donkey" for logging operations. In 1865, the Willamette Iron Works began operating in Portland, Oregon and was known for producing the "Willamette Donkey" for logging operations. In 1904 after moving from its downtown location to the waterfront, the company changed its name to Willamette Iron and Steel Works. In 1938, the company was...

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Lukens Iron and Steel Company (7)

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American Iron and Steel Association (6)

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Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers of North America (22)

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The Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers (AAISTW) was an early steelworkers labor organization, which represented primarily English-speaking, white skilled workers. It formed in 1876, lost membership during strikes in the 1880s, and regained strength after joining the newly formed American Federation of Labor in 1887. By the early 1890s it had about 24,000 workers and it played a central role in coordinated strike efforts during the Homestead steel strike, one of the most p...

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Empire Steel and Iron Company (4)

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Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron Company (4)

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Alan Wood Iron and Steel Company (4)

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Taylor Iron and Steel Company (3)

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British Iron and Steel Federation (3)

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In 1934, as a condition of substantial tariff protection for the British steel industry, the government caused the industry to form the British Iron and Steel Federation (BISF). After the war, during which the industry's output was tightly controlled by government, the Federation re-emerged with the task of making a development plan for the post war industry, a plan which was in fact implemented very substantially over the next ten years. It remained a federation of mostly quite...

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