The light could not have been good, though if I brought my books to the little gable window that overlooked the groaning and whistling gristmill
I could see well enough.
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His existing gristmill
had been in service to produce and sell cornmeal; its operation could be well-used to produce grain for making whiskey.
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In addition to the Manor House, the site includes a functioning gristmill
and a working farm.
Outside, in Greenfield Village, stood many architectural artifacts--a courthouse where Abraham Lincoln practiced law, Thomas Edison's laboratories, the homes of Stephen Foster and Noah Webster, a Southern plantation house, the Wright Brothers's bicycle shop, a gristmill
, and a stagecoach tavern, to choose just a few examples--that had been purchased, carefully disassembled, and then rebuilt by Ford's carpenters and craftsmen.
Martin, the plaintiff was a gristmill
operator, and the defendants owned nonriparian land near the plaintiff's parcel.
This working gristmill
, which is located on the Rideau River in the Village of Manotick, is an important historic site and tourist attraction.
Finally, the kernels are sent through a gristmill
Franklin (1853) the plaintiff sought an injunction to halt the operation of a steam boiler that the defendant had erected to run a gristmill
in the basement of a building the plaintiff occupied.
Partially reconstructed in 1930, the Mission boasts a working gristmill
and an educational 22-minute film on the development of the Missions and their role in shaping modern San Antonio.
My dad grew up in a rural agricultural environment and, beginning at age 12, worked every day at the gristmill