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See Cook Ferdinand and Francis
Between June 1861 and April 1862 this firm produced about 200 cavalry and artillery carbines and about 1,000 rifles. Continued manufacture of rifles in Selma, Alabama (probable 1,000), re-established in Athens, Georgia (about 5,500 rifles and carbines).