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The imposing, classically-inspired Atsion mansion was the height of fashion when Samuel Richards built it in 1826. Sited on a rise, it overlooked both the ironworks and lake that served as a mill pond to provide water power to the village. The Ric…
Site of grist and sawmill complex erected by Thomas Bedford in 1807. Once was site of original Indian Gristmill which burned in 1762.
Edward T. Thompson, former State Assemblyman (1871-73) Township Official, resided here. Home built 1807 by Thomas Bedford. Also a store and Post Office.
A general store was maintained continuously at this location since Civil War Days. A Post Office was also located here in the late 1800s.
Site of sawmill in operation for more than two centuries. Had been site of original Indian sawmill.
Operations ceased in early 1900's.
Dwelling place of Rev. John Brainerd, who was missionary to the Reservation Indians from 1759-1777 located near this spot.
Log Meeting House, where John Brainerd preached to the Reservation Indians, was located near here. Later used by Whites for worship. Burned in 1809.
On this site in October 1942 was erected the first Indian Mills Voluntary Fire Station
Originally constructed for use as a Baptist Church in 1876. Later maintained by Improved Order of Red Men. Elections and town meetings held here for many years.
Age-old traditions recall the site of a fallen mulberry tree nearby as a gathering place of Reservation Indians.