Place, memory and time: essays commemorating the tricentennial of the Nathaniel Newlin Grist Mill 1704-2004
|Authors & editors
|Nicholas Newlin Press
|Year of publication
English (main text)
|Scope & content
|This book commemorates the tricentennial anniversary of the founding of Newlin Grist Mill in 1704 on the West Branch of Chester Creek, Concord Township, Pennsylvania.
The essays trace the story of Nathaniel and Mary Newlin who arrived on the western frontier of English North America, the history of a mill that evolved to survive for over three centuries, the restoration of the mill as a model for heritage properties, and how the Nicholas Newlin Foundation continues to educate and inform visitors to the mill and preserve its eighteenth century landscape.
Accession no. 230156
- Shelf location: C152-SEL
- Donor: Tony Shahan, Director of the Newlin Grist Mill, Pennsylvania