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Historic Eelbeck community: Fort Benning, Chattahoochee County, Georgia

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    Authors & editors

    Smith, Julie B [Author]
    Oakley, Carey B [Author]

    Publisher U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    Year of publication 1992
    Languages

    English (main text)

    Medium Book
    Edition1
    Topics

    Wind & watermills by Region > Rest of the World (not Europe) > USA

    Scope & contentEelbeck was a dynamic community associated with Cook's Mill, a gristmilling complex in Chattahoochee County, Georgia. First settled in 1826 and established as a rural mill, Eelbeck achieved a complex integrated level of milling technology and a classic example of gristmilling evolution. Absorbed by the Fort Benning Military Reservation in 1941, Eelbeck ceased to exist. This report was commissioned to preserve Eelbeck on the National Register of Historic Places.
    KeywordsMillwrighting, Milling, Cereals, Archaeology & history

    Copies held

    Accession no. 228862

    • Shelf location: C152-SMI
    • Donor: Bill Frazier
    • Notes: Report from Alabama Museum of Natural History, University of Alabama Archaeology department. Prepared by the US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, Georgia.