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Mook's Mill

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(Philip P) Mook's Mill, 1811-1947

Philip Mook bought the grist mill in 1874. It was later operated by Edmund Mook. The Mook's maintained a sound reputation for reliability and quality. The mill carried a complete line offeed, seed, meal, pet foods and flour.

Mooks Mil
Dam at Mooks Mill
Dam at Mooks Mill
Dam at Mooks Mill
Inside the Store

Milling was the first permanent industry in Lancaster. Also in 1811 Ahaz Alien built a grist mill on Cayuga Creek near the creek's present intersection with Lake Ave.

It was built in 1811, just a few years after the original settler of the community laid the ground work for the development of the Village. It was located at the intersection of present-day Broadway and Cayuga Creek. It remained until 1947 when it was demolished during the course of the Cayuga Creek Flood Control project.





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