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Continental Gin Company, Prattville, Autauga County, AL

Continental Gin Company, Prattville, Autauga County, AL

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Red Mountain Iron & Coal Company
Griswold, Elisha
Griswold, Samuel
S. Griswold & Company
E.C. Griswold & Company
Daniel Pratt Gin Company
Pratt, Merrill E
DeBardeleben, Ellen Pratt
Northington, W T
Munger Improved Cotton Machine Manufacturing Company
Northington-Munger-Pratt Company
Winsip Machine Company
Eagle Cotton Gin Company
Smith Sons Gin & Machine Company
Continental Gin Company
Woodruff
Fulton Industries
Continental/Moss-Gordin Company
Allied Products Corporation
Brush Hog Company
Brush Hog/Continental Gin
Fermon, Joseph
Fermon, Roger
Murray-Carver Incorporated
Continental Eagle Corporation
Lane & Bodley
Stillwell & Bierce
Hawley, Monica E, transmitter
Cliver, E Blaine, sponsor
Continental Eagle Corporation, sponsor
Autauga Heritage Association, sponsor
Delony, Eric, project manager
O'Conner, Richard, project manager
Truman, Catherine M, project manager
Dubin, Elizabeth, field team
Paschke, Sarah, delineator
Gole, David, delineator
Behrens, Thomas, delineator
Gazey, Timothy, delineator
Rhodes, Patrick, delineator
Papakanellopoulou, Fani, delineator
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Prattville (Ala.)32.46402, -86.45970
Google Map of 32.4640245, -86.4596966
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