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(Spartanburg County, South Carolina)Textile Mill outside of Spartanburg, SC
(Bergen County, New Jersey)Scenic tower built next to the Saddle River in 1899 as part of landscaped park of the estate owned by Edward Easton, notable figure in American technological history.
(Windham County, Connecticut)Three-story brick-pier mill with gable roof and stair tower with loading doors.
(Kane County, Illinois)Moved to location and restored in 1914
Franklin Feed Mill
(Sheboygan County, Wisconsin)19th Century Grist Mill now serving as a feed mill
(Greenville County, South Carolina)Historic Mill near Greer, SC
Grafton Flour Mill
(Ozaukee County, Wisconsin)Former flour and woolen mill now repurposed into retail and offices
Grosvenor Dale Mill
(Windham County, Connecticut)5-story stair tower, smokestack and office building remain of an incomplete demolition project
(Tolland County, Connecticut)The only remaining wood-framed mill structure in Rockville.
(Providence County, Rhode Island)Part of the Hope Mills complex, this 4-story stone mill was built in 1844.
(Spartanburg County, South Carolina)Historic Textile Mill in Inman, SC
J. & C. Wipf Mills
(Waupaca County, Wisconsin)Former flour and lumber mill, and hydroelectric plant, now serving as a cafe
(Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)Grist Mill built about 1763 by William Laughlin