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Elizabethtown PA This is the web page of the historic Aberdeen Mills. It provides historical and program information with many photos.
Irwinton Mill (aka Anderson Mill)
Franklin County PA Information and pictures of this mill, the nearby Hays Fording Double Arch Stone Bridge, the Witherspoon "Red" Covered Bridge, and working models of both a northern and a southern grist mill.
Harrisonburg VA Historic mill built ca. 1800 by Mennonite pioneer Abraham Breneman along Linville Creek in the Shenandoah Valley
Friends of Colvin Run Mill
Fairfax County VA This group supports the work of the Colvin Run Mill Historic Site in Fairfax County Virginia
Colvin Run Mill
Fairfax County VA Information about the historic 1811 Colvin Run Mill in Fairfax County Virginia
Mardela Springs, MD This is the web page of Double Mills Inc. and their newsletter "The Mockingbird".
Shedd OR This is the web page of the Oregon State Parks that contain the historic Thompson's Mills.
Washington, DC Friends of Peirce Mill
Dalton GA Learn how this 1855 Grist Mill was restored using funds provided largely from regularly held old-fashioned country fairs
Saint Vincent Gristmill
Latrobe PA Saint Vincent College has preserved the original 1854 steam powered grist mill built by the founding Benedictine monks. The mill operates today, provides tours, a gift shop and coffee shop in the mill building.
Burfordville, MO The web page of the historic Bollinger Mill
Chadds Ford, PA Brandywine River Museum is located in this renovated 1864 grist mIlll
The Inn & Mill at Gristmill Square
Warm Springs, VA This site provides history and photos of the historic landmark restored mill and inn.
The Mill at Anselma
Chester Springs PA The history, programs, and photos of the preserved and operating 18 century mill at Anselma
Westminster, MD Union Mills Homestead & Grist Mill
Raleigh NC This 1756 mill is currently the last mill of approximately 70 that were in and around what is now Wake County.
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