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Catalogue of US Historic Mills
An Archive of photos of historic mills in the US
The Mills Archive
An organization in the UK (Reading England) that collects information on mills, including papers by Derek Ogden of much of his work done in the US
Lighting Up a New Century
Thesis by Casey Harvey on the conversion of historic grist mills to hydroelectric power in Woodstock VA
Philadelphia's early industries and an introduction to Oliver Evans
This web site provides technical information on the early American industries in Philadelphia. In the Introduction is a description of the Oliver Evans Chapter of the industrial technology society.
Richard Ferrell Flour Milling Collection
Searchable database of over 1,000 photographs and3,000 manuscript itemscollected by aformer manager of Pillsbury’s historic ‘A’ Mill on Minneapolis’s east bank
The National Park Service history archive
The National Park Service History Archive where you can search on "mills".
Mercer Museum Library
The Index at the Mercer Museum Library contains information on many documents and photos on historic mills in the Mid-Atlantic area.
York County Pennsylvania Historical Trust Web Site
The York County, PA Historical Trust with information on historic mills in York County
Henry Clay Mill
Central Virginia Historic Preservation Foundation, Inc. report of 18th century water mill located on a property once owned by George and Sarah Hudson, grandparents of American Statesman Henry Clay.
Location: Chester County, PA
Cancelled Date: October, 2020
Host: Mill at Anselma in Chester Springs PA
We regret to inform you that we will be unable to hold our fall meeting and tours as planned for October. Our concern for the health and welfare of our members as well as those who would provide access to sites and services prevents the possibilty of safely holding our event. We apologize for the inconvenience. We are hopeful that conditions will improve so we can offer a Fall 2021 event.
Different types of memberships are available. Our base membership provides: Twice a year newsletters, Milling information and seminars, Mill tours, Support for mill preservation and restoration.Read More