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Belknap/ Busiel Mill Historical Marker


Location of sign - by City Hall, on Beacon Street, off Business US 3., Laconia, New Hampshire


Photo taken June 2008


Cheshire County Courthouse Historic Marker, New Hampshire Cheshire County Courthouse Historic Marker

Photo courtesy of Jimmy Wayne


Text of sign:


The Belknap Mill- Busiel Mill


Constructed in 1823, the Belknap Mill is the oldest unaltered brick textile mill in the U.S. Once a hosiery mill, it houses an intact 

hydraulic power plant and a bell cast by George Holbrook, apprentice to Paul Revere. The Busiel Mill, built in 1853 as a hosiery 

mill, was later used for the manufacture of clocks, electronic relays, and organs.

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