A horse mill

Highland Township, mills, p. 48

Charles Beasley built the first and second distill-houses, and made whiskey.

Dr. Snyder built a little tub-wheel, water-mill, on the Mosquito branch, and afterwards sold it to George Walker. Walker’s mill ground about eight bushels of corn per day.

Old Sammy Jewell built a horse mill.

Jack Baber, Early History of Greene, Indiana: as taken from the official records, and compiled from authentic recollection, by pioneer settlers… (Worthington, Indiana: N.B. Milleson, 1875), 48; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org : accessed 7 Decmeber 2013).

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