PITCHER’S MILL

Program
NYS Historic
Subject
Industry & Commerce
Location
2837 Union Center Main Hwy, Johnson City, NY
Lat/Long
42.207839, -76.049333
Grant Recipient
Nanticoke Valley Historical Society
Historic Marker

PITCHER’S MILL

Inscription

PITCHER’S MILL
GRIST MILL FOUNDED CA. 1830
BY H. B. & DANIEL SLOSSON.
OWNED BY A. PITCHER 1920-1949,
CLOSED IN 1955. DONATED TO
HISTORICAL SOCIETY IN 1988.
WILLIAM G. POMEROY FOUNDATION 2017

Pitcher’s Mill, owned by Archie Pitcher from 1920-1949, was a grist mill that produced flour for the community of Maine, New York for several years. The mill, originally built by Henry Belden Slosson and Daniel Slosson sometime around the 1830s, was powered by the local waters and remained in operation until 1955. In 1988 the mill was donated to the Nanticoke Valley Historical Society and has been restored and is open to the public for tours.


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