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Cora Mill


category : Pioneer History
Orginally built in 1835, Cora Mill is the last of 13 grist mills that flourished along Raccoon Creek. Mills such as this one were used to grind grain into flour and sometimes to saw logs into lumber.


Hours: Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Address: Cora Mill

Cora Mill Road

SR 35 to SR 325, (left) 4 miles on Cora Mill Road

Phone: (740) 446-7483
Our Email: info@visitgallia.com
Our Website:www.visitgallia.com

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