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Maryland Grist Mill – S1.E1

Maryland Grist Mill – S1.E1

Watch on Amazon Prime History Roops Mill is a 26,500 square foot, three building location is located in Westminster, Maryland. Built in 1745, the property sits on 11 acres.  The mill was used to process grain, flour, and feed which fed the local community for...
Philadelphia AME Church – S1.E2

Philadelphia AME Church – S1.E2

Watch on Amazon Prime History The Ruffin Nichols Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  It was built in 1844 and abandoned in 2010.  At 24,000 square feet, it housed three different Episcopalian Parishes.  The church...
Pabst Blue Ribbon Factory – S1.E3

Pabst Blue Ribbon Factory – S1.E3

Watch on Amazon Prime History Jacob and Charles Best settled in Milwaukee in the late 1830s.  They convinced their father, Jacobs Best, Sr., the owner of the Germany’s Best Breweries, to relocate his company to Milwaukee in the 1840s.  Business began to decline...
Maryland Silk Mill – S1.E4

Maryland Silk Mill – S1.E4

Watch on Amazon Prime History The Klots Throwing Company Silk Mill is located in Lonaconing, Maryland, an American town and an important source of iron ore and coal mine resources throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.  At its height, Lonaconing was once home to two...
Mississippi Homestead – S1.E5

Mississippi Homestead – S1.E5

Watch on Amazon Prime History The first settlers of the area were the Chickasaw Tribes, who were one of the earliest inhabitants of present-day Mississippi.  Chickasaw dwellings were organized along streams and rivers rather than being clustered in villages.  During...
Georgia Cotton Gin – S1.E6

Georgia Cotton Gin – S1.E6

Watch on Amazon Prime History The Thomas Cotton Gin operated from the mid-1800s to the 1970s.  The property also has a peach orchard business, chicken coops and a general store.  The property includes the abandoned Thomas farmhouse from the mid-1800s, the Cotton Gin...