Hook Windmill | East Hampton, New York

© Sophie W. Smith

Joined October 2012

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By 1850 the mill was owned by two men, Nathaniel Dominy VII and Charles Hedges, who had been the miller of the Hook: Mill. The value of the shares in the mill must have depreciated considerably to allow the two men to take
full ownership of the mill. One of the first activities of the new partnership was to make capital improvements in the mill. The two men made a trip to New York in 18?0 to purchase a run of burr stones, a cob cracker and a new bolting cloth. In 18J9 Nathaniel Dominy bought Charles Hedges, interest in the mill. Dominy continued to operate the mill with, the help of his sons until 1908. Read more

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