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Assabet Woolen Mill

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Opened  1847
Assabet Woolen Mill
Owners  Franklin Life Care, Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard Industries, Inc., Clock Tower Place

The Assabet Woolen Mill was a textile manufacturer founded by Amory Maynard in 1847 in the northern part of Sudbury, Massachusetts which was later named Maynard, Massachusetts in 1871 in honor of the mill founder. The mill, located on the Assabet River, produced carpets and later wool used in military uniforms during the American Civil War. After bankruptcy in 1898, it was purchased by American Woolen Company which modernized and expanded the facility through the First World War.

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