Gunn’s Creek Flour Mill

by George Henry Gunn Among the earliest and most vivid of my childhood recollections are those of my father’s old watermill. And, while this ancient and primitive institution was by no means unique among its fellows, nor the first of its kind in the Red River settlement, I think it sufficiently typical and the facts…

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Harnessing Our Resources: Gunn’s Mill

By: Jared Laberge Developed on the banks of Gunn’s Creek, Gunn’s mill was a local center of industry and commerce. Built by John Gunn, this mill, even after being continuously thwarted by major setbacks, managed to create large amounts of produce for all citizens within the area. Not only was it foremost in the communities’…

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John Gunn’s Water Mill

Booklet developed by David Butterfield for the St. Clements Heritage Group.   This document is also available in smaller-sized parts, for ease of download: John Gunn’s Water Mill Research Report (51 pages 4.82 MB) John Gunn’s Water Mill Drawings (12 pages 4.84 MB) John Gunn’s Water Mill. A graphic recreation of an early nineteenth century…

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St. Peter’s Dynevor Windmill

This document is available in two parts, for ease of download: St. Peter’s Dynevor Windmill Research Report Part 1 (38 pages 3.3 MB) St. Peter’s Dynevor Windmill Research Report Part 2 (42 pages 4.1 MB) The information from the report is also presented via a document focusing only on selected drawings developed for the report:…

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