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Ben Thresher's Mill, State Aid No. 1, Barnet, Caledonia County, VT

Ben Thresher's Mill, State Aid No. 1, Barnet, Caledonia County, VT

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Rockefeller, Laurance S
Jack, Alexander
Judkins, James Loren
Stevens, Willard
Stevens, Henry
Gleason, Samuel
Barnet Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing Company
Herrin, John
Greenbank, Thomas
Greenbank, George
Taylor, James
Goodwillie, James
Shaw, William
McLaren, James
Somers, James S
Alexander Jack's Dye & Print Works
Smith, Isaac M
Bishop, Ora
Ford, Elmer S
Judkins, Fenton
Judkins, Donald
Pioneer Electric Light Company
Boomer & Boschert Press Company
Ames Iron Works
Thresher, Benjamin A
Howard, L D
Clement, F H
Baxter Machine Company
Canedy Otto Manufacturing Company
Carey, W W
Pond, Lucius W
Gage, Warner and Whitney
Little Giant Punch and Shear Company
Noyes Foundry Company
Champion Blower and Forge Company
Johnson, John P, historian


West Barnet44.29683, -72.04938
Google Map of 44.2968323, -72.0493779


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