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At the south end of Main Street in Fertile is situated the Rhodes Mill (1868). The mill is located on the Winnebago River, which has been dammed to form a large mill pond. The mill was constructed as a flour mill, and it is still in use today for grinding food products. In design, the three-story building has a ridge monitor with low one-floor shed roof sections that visually hold the building to its site.

Writing Credits

David Gebhard and Gerald Mansheim

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