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Anderson's Mill

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Built  1900
Opened  1900
Added to NRHP  14 November 1978
NRHP Reference #  78002529
Area  2 ha
Nearest city  Spartanburg
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Similar  Andersons Mill, Walnut Grove Plantation, Wombat State Forest

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For the mill of the same name see Anderson's Mill, Smeaton

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Anderson's Mill is a historic water-powered gristmill on the North Tyger River near Fairmont in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. The mill was listed in the National Register in November, 1978.

Origins

Most of the mill structure and machinery were constructed in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century, but the mill's foundation may go back to the eighteenth century. The building has a basement, main floor, and attic, with a low gable roof and irregularly placed windows. The mill sits on the west bank of the river, with the 14 foot metal water wheel driven by water from a lock and canal. Milling operations ceased in 1975.

References

Anderson's Mill Wikipedia


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