Our Staff & Offices
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site
Superintendent Edie Shean-Hammond
Park Division / Division Chief
Administration / Crystal Williams
Cultural Resource Management / Rebecca Ross
Facility Management / George Martin
Interpretation & Education / Frances Delmar
Did You Know?
Early iron works depended on large stands of forests to produce their fuel. The Hopewell Furnace consumed approximately one acre of woodland (converted into charcoal) per day of iron production.