Morley Mill- a brief history

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When Ambrose Morley built a grist mill on the banks of the Galien River in 1866, the endeavor kicked-started New Troy's development. The town soon grew from a sleepy backwater into a thriving center of commercial activity. Here is the story of the mill-the man who built it, the people who worked it, and the townspeople who patronized it- until the day it closed its doors in 1987.

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Produced by Terry Hanover A Weesaw Historical Society Presentation ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE NEW TROY COMMUNITY CENTER; A NON-PROFIT 501 (C) 3 ORGANIZATION