Marland Woolen Mills

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Marland Woolen Mills

    Stevens and North Main Street

In 1820 Abraham Marland purchased a paper mill and converted it to produce wool. In 1879 it was bought by the Stevens Woolen Company. The original mill buildings were replaced over time. and the mill operated until 1960.

In 1996 one of the remaining buildings was converted to an assisted living facility.

The Lower Merrimack River Valley: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites R 609 Low, page8.

--Eleanor 12:51, October 7, 2006 (EDT)

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