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Stockbridge Grist Mill

This is a wonderful, still working Grist Mill. So nice to see how the corn was milled in days gone... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2016
katbob101
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Boston, Massachusetts
Hidden History

A few years ago an Boy Scout refurbished this historical spot to help earn the Eagle scout badge... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2015
jbmorgs
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Scituate, Massachusetts
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13 Sep 2016
“Stockbridge Grist Mill”
22 May 2015
“Hidden History”
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6 Country Way, Scituate, MA 02066-3745
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Reviewed 13 September 2016

This is a wonderful, still working Grist Mill. So nice to see how the corn was milled in days gone by. This site is only open a few times per year. Call the Scituate Historical Society to find the dates. They usually only run the...More

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Reviewed 23 May 2015

A few years ago an Boy Scout refurbished this historical spot to help earn the Eagle scout badge. It was brought back to it's original working state. It sits across the street from the Greenbush pond beside the marker for Judge Cushing, 1st supreme court...More

Thank jbmorgs
Reviewed 29 August 2013

Grist Mill built by John Stockbridge and George Russell in 1650. The site has great artifacts of milling and sits on a beautiful site. Tours in summer and through Scituate Historical Society. Great place to see how food was made during that time.

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