Summer at Newlin Mill

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Summer at Newlin Mill

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In this portrayal, the stone gristmill built in 1704 by Nathaniel Newlin, a Quaker who emigrated from Ireland, is seen from the bank of the mill race. The restored mill represents an historic aspect of colonial economic life.

Located just off Baltimore Pike, Newlin Mill is on the headwaters of the West Branch of Chester Creek. The land and out buildings around it are preserved by the Nicholas Newlin Foundation, providing an area of nature conservation and public recreation.

  • Type: Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Print 
  • Size: 7.75" x 11.75" [W x H Image] Printed on heavyweight acid-free/lignin free archival paper
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