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Re: Titcomb's Steam Mill, Saw and Shingle, Houlton
Posted by: Tracy McHatten (ID *****2841) Date: January 31, 2005 at 16:36:34
In Reply to: Titcomb's Steam Mill, Saw and Shingle, Houlton by Mary AUSTIN of 779

Yes, Titcomb's mill was situated in the downtown area according to an article written in the 1895 edition of the Houlton Pioneer times. The mill was " a large steam mill for the manufacture of long lumber, laths, shingles, and clapboards." There is a picture of it , also. My relatives had a different sawmill located on the outskirts of town, on what is now known as B stream.


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