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The early grist and flouring mills of New Jersey

Harry B. Weiss

The early grist and flouring mills of New Jersey

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Published by New Jersey Agricultural Society in Trenton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Flour mills -- New Jersey,
  • Grain -- Milling,
  • Industries -- New Jersey

  • Edition Notes

    RNJ 96809

    StatementHarry B. Weiss and Robert J. Sim.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination135 p.
    Number of Pages135
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23268756M
    LC Control Number56013064

    THE SHRIVER FAMILY GREEN BOOK. PART SECOND. NARRATIVES AND RECORDS TO THE PRESENT TIME. (Page numbers from Green Book in [square brackets].) David Shriver, Jr., Cumberland, Md. Public Services | Civil Engineer | Bank President | Children with their Connections | Genealogical Records [] DAVID SHRIVER, the second son of David .   This book is aptly titled. It's about a grist mill. It also tells a hard, gritty story -- but it has a heartwarming end. I really admire Little's books, but my favourite remains Scotch River. Grist tells the story of the very difficult life of a woman who hastily marries a mechanically and spatially brilliant but cold and obsessive man/5. Grist is the corn that is brought to a mill to be ground into flour. In the days when farmers took 'grist to the mill' the phrase would have been used literally to denote produce that was a source of profit. An early figurative use of phrase is found in Arthur Golding's translation of The Sermons of J. Calvin upon Deuteronomie,


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and Sim, Robert J. In when the State of New Jersey was unable to fund the restoration of its newly acquired Prallsville Mills, local citizens formed the Delaware River Mill Society and obtained a long-term lease which gives the Mill Society the responsibility to “restore, preserve, operate, maintain and interpret” the site.

The grist mill’s foundation has been rebuilt and new structural posts and. The Early Mills: What did these early mills look like. The mills has a loft or garner as it was known in England. In American garners were storage bins for grain, sometimes located under the eaves in the attic or along walls on lower floors.

The loft was the best place to store grain, flour and meal because it was the driest part of the Mill. Weiss, Harry Bischoff and Robert J. Sim, "Early Grist and Flouring Mills of New Jersey," Trenton, New Jersey Agricultural Society, Weiss, Harry Bischoff and Grace M.

Ziegler, "Early Sawmills of New Jersey," Trenton, New Jersey Agricultural Society,   The Early Grist and Flouring Mills of New Jersey. New Jersey Agricultural Society, Trenton, New Jersey. Zimiles, Martha and Murray Zimiles Early American Mills.

C.N. Potter, New York City, New : Jerseyman. From the late 10th century onwards, there was an expansion of grist-milling in Northern Europe. In England, the Domesday survey of gives a precise count of England's water-powered flour mills: there were 5, or about one for every inhabitants, and this was probably typical throughout western and southern Europe.

From this time onward, water wheels began to be. The early grist and flouring mills of New Jersey Author: Weiss, Harry B. Published: () Little old mills Author: Rawson, Marion Nicholl, Published: () Among some of the older mills in eastern Pennsylvania Author: Fegley, H.

Winslow Run of the Mills Story by Frank Dale. Grist mill technology came to our country with the earliest settlers. Streams flowing from the New Jersey highlands made the geography of the northwestern section of our state ideally suited to the early mills, and by the middle of the 19th century the area was dotted with these self-contained, water-powered, grain-grinding factories.

The beautiful stone grist mill now nearly in the center of Stillwater Village on the Paulinskill River has ancient beginnings in the area.

Casper Shafer, a German immigrant, arrived in the new world inas a young man, and settled in the Stillwater area, then part of Hardwick, in The early grist and flouring mills of New Jersey by Harry B.

Weiss: The early hatters of New Jersey by Harry B. Weiss: The early lotteries of New Jersey by Harry B. Weiss: Early New Jersey Artists, 18th and 19th Centuries by William H.

Gerdts: Early physicians of Northeastern Bergen County by Michael A Nevins. William died 10 December (Early Grist and Flouring Mills, p. 98) apparently leaving no will, nor is there a record found of administration, but his lands were divided among his children by a court-administered division (report dated 20 JuneGlo Co Surr Div Bk 1, p.

Grist mills became essential to the early pioneer families even though they were not yet built for most of our immigrants. Flour and cornmeal was a needed ingredient in every home to make bread, and the work of hauling wheat and corn to the mill and back was much preferred over laboriously grinding one’s own : Lois Ann Mast.

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The first recorded North American gristmill was built in Jamestown, Va., in Doing research is somewhat easier now, with microfilm, the computer, the word processor, and the copying machine, than it was in Boyer’s day.

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96 (as well as a photograph on page ). Walter W. Evans gave to the Camden County Historical Society an date stone of the grist mill inscribed “ R.B. [Re-Built] ” (see a Henry Beck story in the [Newark] Star. Weiss, Harry B, et al. THE EARLY GRIST AND FLOURING MILLS OF NEW JERSEY (Trenton: New Jersey Agricultural Society, ).

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Today, it is part of New Jersey Transit's North Coast Line. Jonathan Singletary Dunham (–), a prominent early settler, built the state's first gristmill here.

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Loring and Emory Willard, brothers, came from Chenango County aboutand settled at Cayuga; Loring was commissary for the army during the war of   Grist for the Mills.

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I’ve often said, “If I ever publish a book about my life, I’ll wait until almost everyone has departed to the big band in the sky”.

We were wild. The mill, according to Mills of Cumberland County, was built by a John Clark in about Unfortunately, That was before the Revolution. My John Clark hadn’t arrived in Pennsylvania yet.

It would be had to build the mill from that distance. I could write a lot more about the mill, though it’s no longer relevant. The grist mill was built in as part of the Oxford Furnace Complex in Oxford, an area heavily mined for iron with many iron furnaces withing a 30 mile radius.

Jim Miller 07/17/ The mill closed its operation insoon becoming the headquarters & storage for a plumbing contractor; but, inwas converted into a beautiful church.

Grist definition is - grain or a batch of grain for grinding. Download Grist mill stock photos. Affordable and search from millions of royalty free images, photos and vectors. Our History. Gray’s Grist Mill, one of the oldest, continually running grist mills in New England, is technically located in Adamsville, Rhode Island.

But it’s position on the Massachusetts/Rhode Island border (the state line runs directly through the mill pond) means that both states can claim it as a historical treasure.

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I n the s Oliver Evans of Delaware invented a grist mill design that was more efficient. Before this, grist mills hadn’t changed their design since the Middle Ages.

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