• Historic 1835 Grist Mill

    The Stone Grist Mill construction started around 1830 and was completed in 1835. The Mill opened for business on February 20 1835 and produced Flour Animal Feed. The Stone Grist Mill building was also used as a Station of the Underground Railroad.

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  • The Art of the Millstones How They Work

    The Art of the Millstones How They Work . The Art of the Millstones How They Work by Theodore R. Hazen. The Movement of the Millstones (Starting and stopping a pair of millstone) The miller would open a sack of grain and pour it into the millstone hopper or the grain would already be stored above the millstones in a bin on the floor above.

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  • Antique Stone for Construction or Garden at Olde New

    Antique stone material to compliment your project is a statement unto itself. Yes all stone is millions of years old but hand cut 100 to 300 year old New England stone is primarily what we stock. We encourage keeping harvested material together with the dismantled building that it came from.

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  • HomeHomestead GristmillStone Ground Grains

    Historic Working Mill. Restored Gristmill Originally Built Around 1760. Non-GMO. Homestead Gristmill is a restored historic gristmill. We produce all of our mixes flour and stone-ground cornmeal. Visit our mill or order our products online. Our Organic Practices.

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