Consolidating grammar material using different games
Uncle Sam was the best customer they had ever known.
Not an ounce of iron had been made in Wheeling, Youngstown, Cleveland, or Chicago--the latter being a fur-trading village, without harbour or railroad.
He had left a commission business and become an iron maker mainly to carry out a process which he had invented, by which larger sugarkettles were to be made.
The "Kelly kettles" became well known among the Southern farmers. Gracy, of Eddyville, and secured the financial backing of his wealthy father-in-law.
When the smoke of battle had cleared away, Captain Eber B.
Ward, of Detroit, loomed up as the first of the iron kings, with several millions to his credit and three flourishing plants, in Chicago, Detroit, and Milwaukee.