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Remnants of the abandoned Tripoli Mill in Livermore, New Hampshire during the autumn months. Owned by Charles B. Henry, son of timber baron J.E. Henry, this mill dredged East Pond for diatomaceous earth (also called Tripoli) during the early 1900s. The old Woodstock & Thornton Gore Railroad (1909-1914, logging railroad) traveled pass this mill.
Title: Tripoli Mill - Livermore, New Hampshire

Description: Remnants of the abandoned Tripoli Mill in Livermore, New Hampshire during the autumn months. Owned by Charles B. Henry, son of timber baron J.E. Henry, this mill dredged East Pond for diatomaceous earth (also called Tripoli) during the early 1900s. The old Woodstock & Thornton Gore Railroad (1909-1914, logging railroad) traveled pass this mill.

Location: Livermore, New Hampshire, United States

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