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Cook's Mill (The Old Mill)
Built near the confluence of Indian and Laurel creeks, on the site of a late-eighteenth-century mill, this two-and-one-half-story frame structure is of hand-hewn post and beam construction. Machinery, including two horizontal waterwheels, is intact. The mill has been under restoration for several years and is open to the public.
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