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United States v. Johnson
United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
32 F.3d 82; (4th Cir. 1994)
On March 30 1993, defendant Bruce Anthony Johnson approached Alicia Bain as
she was getting out of her car. Jo
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Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site, located in the Schuylkill River Valley
watershed in Chester and Berks Counties, Pennsylvania, preserves and interprets one of the
finest examples of an early American iron plantation. Founded in 1771 by Ir
National Archives and Records Administration, Mid-Atlantic Region (NARA-P), Philadelphia,
PA. Records of the National Park Service Record Group 79 (RG 79).
Hopewell Village National Historic Site.
French Creek Recreational Demonstration Area.
Mattes, Merrill J. Landmarks of Liberty: A Report on the American Revolution Bicentennial
Development Program of the National Park Service. Washington, DC: National Park
Service, Department of the Interior, 1989.
Mattes offers a brief summary of programs
. The Story of a 19 Century Ironmaking Community, in Hopewell Furnace: A Guide to
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site, Pennsylvania. Historic Handbook Series No.
124. Washington, DC: National Park Service, 1983.
Jones, Lawrence H. The Restoration o
Archives of American Art (AAA), Washington, DC.
Charles Bridgham Hosmer, Interviews Concerning Historic Preservation, 1969-1976.
Charles Hosmer conducted these and many other interview
. Proposed Restoration Plan for Old Iron Making Village, French Creek Project,
Hopewell, Pennsylvania. Bronxville, NY: National Park Service, Second Regional
Office, January 15, 1936.
Detailed vision of the park.
Barthel, Diane. Back to Utopia, in Histori
for example, in the irrigation fields in the deserts of Arizona, the mining towns in the mountains
of Colorado, and the iron furnaces in the woodlands of Pennsylvania. These images all reflect
what scholar Leo Marx refers to as the middle lands
the rural landscape reinforces humble beginnings. Associated with words like quaint,
humble, simple, picturesque, pastoral, it is void of unsanitary conditions and complex
relationships. Yet, the park cannot go too far with industrial interpr
Hopewell also has historically suffered from changing leadership due to its high
turnover. The parks first caretakers accomplished a great deal of development and planning in a
short amount of time and on a fairly independent basis. While Morri
This study recounts the more than thirty-year effort to define and return the park to its
historic appearance, culminating in the major infrastructure development of the site during the
Park Services Mission 66 era; and it tells the full history
Huyett, Lloyd, Jr., Maintenance, 1955-1996. Interview by Jeffrey Collins. Tape recording.
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site, PA, April 1 and 23, 1996.
. Taped Interview by Frank Hebblethwaite. Tape recording. Hopewell Furnace
National Historic Site,
Walker, Joseph E. Hopewell Village: The Dynamics of a Nineteenth Century Iron-Making
Community. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1967.
The most comprehensive social and economic history of the site.
White, Richard. The Organic Machine: The
1.3 General View of Village from South, 1920. Stauffer Collection, HOFU Photographic Archives.
In 1930, almost fifty years after the last blast, Louise Clingan Brooke offered Hopewell
Furnaces crumbling waterwheel and blast machinery to the F
industrialization had carved out a place for itself in Pennsylvanias agrarian landscape and
economy. Some people then and some today view such contrasts in the landscape as
disharmonious and exploitative, but NPSs historians saw this bucolic
house, the same term used for masters homes on southern plantations) boasted running water.
Oral histories attested to a carpenters shop that also housed some of the workers.
Hopewell Furnace emerged from the depression into prosperous tim
lands on the south side of French Creek and transformed them into meadows. More traditional
agricultural properties encircled the complex, especially to the south. Thomas Lloyds 134-acre
farm lay just east of the Birds lands in Chester County
mines and limestone located only a few miles away, and nearby transportation facilities
(including an extended network of public and private roads) would help ensure the financial
success of the iron plantation that would operate there for th
funneling liquid iron into gutters carved into the sand floor of the cast house). The furnace
would then ship these bars to English mills where workers would convert them into finished
Mark Bird took measures to ensure the succes
and vacationers alike, French Creek State Park, state game lands, and privately-held land border
the historic site.
Found artifacts likely belonging to the Delaware Indians attest to some habitation of this
region, but there presently exist
recognition of a peoples history well ahead of the academy. While not the earliest, largest, or
longest-lasting furnace in Pennsylvania, NPS historians still felt the remains at Hopewell
possessed all the resources to illustrate the typical
Nestled among the trees of the Schuylkill River Valley in Berks County, Pennsylvania,
the restored historic buildings of Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site commemorate
Americas technological heritage. To many visitors of the Nationa
Lessons in Preservation and Interpretation
While Hopewell the site strives to convey change over time, Hopewell the park
offers a useful case study for historic site development due to its early designation and its
reflection of academic trends
In this park it is difficult to get funding and difficult for visitors and others to see the
relevance. This didnt happen July 3, 1863; George Washington didnt sleep here. Its an
everyday place, and that everyday aspect of italthough its a
Interpretive Programs and Visitor Services
resources. When interpreted creatively, the structures could bring the village to life to tell a
story of how technological progress both created the site and later made it obsolete. To convey
this point, exh
Interpretive Programs and Visitor Services
Hopewell Furnace as Microcosm
In more recent years, the interpretation program has focused less on Hopewell itself, and
more as a representative place to tell a larger story. Rather than tell a static story of ce
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