The Mill at Montague: An Oral History
In The Mill At Montague: An Oral History, old-timers get together at the mill to spin yarns about its history, and their connection to it.

The last remnants of the old wooden crib dam can still be seen down below in the Sawmill River at the site of the Montague Mill, in Western Massachusetts. Originally built in the early 19th century, it started its life as a grist mill. During the Great Depression it became a machine shop which made the famous Martin marking machines. Mr. Martin said he could make a machine to mark anything -- from an egg to a baseball bat. In fact he did mark baseball bats, the famous Louisville Sluggers. The mill now houses a fine bookstore, a gourmet restaurant, and craft shops.




The Mill At Montague: An Oral History
Length: 29 minutes
ISBN = 1-930477-04-X

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