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A Slipform Stone Masonry Cabin in Nova Scotia

Slipforming a Wilderness Cabin of Stone, by Ed Kent. Photo journal of building a wilderness stone home with castle tower.

Barony Mills, Birsay, Orkney, a working watermill

Barony Mills in Orkney a working water-powered mill specialising in stone-ground bere meal, open for tours April-September. Bere meal offered on this website for home or commercial bakers.

Ellingham Mill - Norfolk Mills - Home

Ellingham had an early watermill that was probably working in at least the 1500s and 1600s. It is probable that the mill was built over the original river course on land that later became an island.

The Old Red Mill - Jericho Historical Society

At this time, the mill building was about two-thirds its present size and made entirely of stone. It was a burr mill, using five runs of mill stones, powered by water from the river and employing five or six men.

Barbegal aqueduct and mill - Wikipedia

The Barbegal aqueduct and mill is a Roman watermill complex located on the territory of the commune of Fontvieille, near the town of Arles, in southern France.The complex has been referred to as "the greatest known concentration of mechanical power in the ancient world".

Towcester Mill Brewery - Official Site

Brewery, tap room, garden, brewery shop and function rooms all based in a traditional mill set in the heart of Towcester in Northamptonshire


Just across this bridge to the right is Hambleton Mill, one of the few remaining artifacts of the town of Sprucevale. The legend here is quite simple.

Sawmill - Wikipedia

The Hierapolis sawmill, a water-powered stone saw mill at Hierapolis, Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey, then part of the Roman Empire), dating to the second half of the 3rd century, is the earliest known sawmill.

The Indiana Saints at the Haun's Mill Massacre

home: The Indiana Mormons at the Haun's Mill Massacre Haun's Mill was named after Jacob Haun, a member of the Church, who built a mill on Shoal Creek between 1835 and 1836.1 In October 1838, there were an estimated 75 families living there, although there were only perhaps a dozen or so houses along with a blacksmith shop and a mill.

Stones of Northeastern U.S. - Historic - Milestones

Milestone 35 on Orchard Street, Newbury, MA. The stone was carved by graverstone carver, John Mullicken of Bradford, MA circa 1735. It reads "B 35" Boston thirty-five miles.

: Plain Murder (A Stone Mill Amish Mystery ...

After being away from her Amish community for many years, Rachel Mast returns home to Stone Mountain, Pennsylvania, with a new plan for running a successful B&B in her old hometown to bring in more tourists and bolster the local economy.

Our History - The Old Mill

Our History. In the early 1800's, a water-powered gristmill on the banks of the Little Pigeon River became one of the main hubs of activity in the small mountain community of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

Geology Resources - Arkansas - Stone Quarries and Beyond

The Arkansas Stone Industry. 1856 - The following excerpt is from the 1856, The Marble-Workers' Handbook: "Arkansas is well supplied (with marble/limestone)."

The Town of Harpersfield from "The History of Delaware County ...

The history of the town of Harpersfield is for some years so intimately connected with that of its founder, Colonel John Harper, that is seems proper to preface the history of the town with what is known of his life and ancestry up to the time of his settlement in Harpersfield.

Gungywamp- Analysis of Theories - Stone Structures

Stone Structures website provides indepth information on historical stone structures, prehistoric Native American ceremonial stone structures, and stone quarrying methods 1630-1825.

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