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Quebec, from the old mill, River St. Charles

Slitting mill

The silk manufacturing in China; Weaving; Reeling & doubling; Warping; A twisting mill; Winding from the clews to the bobbins.

Eccles' Mill and Pond, Fayettevile, North Carolina

View at Rocky Mount; Hanging Roack; View of the Great Falls of the Catawba; View at the site of Rugeley's Mill; View at Rugeley's.

A view of a saw mill and block house upon Fort Anne Creek, the property of Genl. Skeene, which on Genl. Burgoyne's army advancing, was set fire to, by the Americans.

Saw mill near Luzerne

Saw Mill at the village of Gleens

Saw Mill near Luzerne, source of the Hudson.

Falls of Mill Creek Springfield O.

Icicles at Mill Creek Falls Springfield Ohio. February 24, 1832.

Third or Mill Dam Fall.

Suspension Bridge, from above Grist Mill.

Trenton Mill.

[View of the mill?.]

Suspension Bridge, from below Saw Mill, Niagara.

Mill Street, Cazenovia, N.Y.

Paper mill, Lockport, N.Y.

Suspension Bridge, from above Grist Mill.

Trenton Mill.

Mill Street, Cazenovia, N.Y.

Mill Race at Little Falls.

Mill Dam Fall, Trenton Falls.

Mill Race at Little Falls.

Third or Mill Dam Fall.

Suspension Bridge, from below Saw Mill.

The old mill.

Saw mill [sawmill] in Ogden, Utah Ter.

Near Wooley's mill, Little Cottonwood Canyon.

Saw mill [sawmill] in Ogden, Utah Ter.

Gould & Curry mill and works--from the south, Virginia City.

Mill no. 4. One pair engines, 250 H.P., making 350 rev. per min.

Mill no. 4. Inspecting room.

Mill no. 4. Bridge from mill no. 1 to mill no. 4.

Mill no. 4. One pair engines, 250 H.P., making 350 rev. per min.

Mill no. 2 and store house.

[View of a mill stream (in Amesbury?).]

Hill Mill and Canal. [Early view].

[View of a mill stream (in Amesbury?).]

[A view of logs being transported to mill.]

Artists' Brook, Bridge and Mill, from Meadows, North Conway, N.H.

The Old Mill Pond.

The Old Mill Spout.

Mill.

Old Mill at the Glen.

The Bobtail mill, at Black Hawk, Colo.

Wind Mill.

[Pillsbury mill.]

Mill Stream.

Hill Mill Yard.

Bates Mill Yard.

Old Mill at Somesville.

Mill pond, Bloomfield, Vt.

Old Stone Mill, Newport.

Hill Mill Yard.

[Old Stone Mill, Newport, R.I.]

Woolen Mill, Madison, Me.

R.I. Grist Mill, Middletown, R.I.

Woolen Mill, Madison, Me.

[Washburn mill.]

The Haunted Mill.

Temple Mill. Kennebec Valley.

Mill yard.

[Mill stream and mill in East Norton after a flood(?).]

Spooling room, mechanics mill, Fall River, Mass.

Old wind mill, Nantucket, built in 1746.

Androscoggin Mill Yard.

Old Stone Mill.

The Haunted Mill.

Androscoggin Mill.

Wind Mill.

Stone Mill in winter.

[Lumber mill.]

Front of saw mill and box factory, on Alex. Knox's plantation, Mount Pleasant, near Charleston, S.C.

Engine room, mechnics mill.

Roberts' Mill, Germantown. Built 1683.

Sayerman's Saw Mill, Catawissa Creek.

Mill Dam, Darby Creek.

Mill Race.

The Iron Bridge and ruins of Old Mill, near Spence Creek, Huntington Co.

The Iron Bridge and ruins of Old Mill, near Spence Creek, Huntington Co.

The iron bridge and ruins of the old mill, near Spruce Creek, Huntingdon Co.

The Iron Bridge and ruins of Old Mill, near Spence Creek, Huntington Co.

Wheeler's Mill near Crawford House.

Stone dam at glan mill.

Old mill, built in 1746.

Three Dams, Mill River.

Middlesex wollen mill, Lowell, Mass.

Spooling room, Lawrence Mill, Lowell, Mass., U.S.A.

[Mill Valley Bridge.]

Old wind mill, Nantucket, built in 1746.

Spooling room, mechanics mill, Fall River, Mass.

Mill Race.

Sawyerman's Saw Mill.

Cascade under the mill, south of the bridge.

Suspension Bridge, from below Saw Mill, Niagara.

Rapids and Wetner's Mill.

Paper mill, Lockport, N.Y.

View of the best soda and sulphur springs in Grass Valley Bar, near the Old Saw Mill.

View of the Old Stone Mill.

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