Penn State Brandywine Collides With the Eighteenth Century

The Emlen Grist Mill was owned by James Emlen, a member of the Quaker Society of Friends, a community miller, and a devoted husband and father. The property located at the corner of Old Forge Road and Yearsley Mill Road in Middletown Township, Delaware County (formerly Chester County until 1789) was used as a grist mill, an all-boys grammar school, and a Quaker meeting house. A portion of this historical property is part of The Pennsylvania State University Brandywine Campus.

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Work Title Penn State Brandywine Collides With the Eighteenth Century
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Creators
  1. Pistiner, Kevin
Keyword
  1. James Emlen
  2. Nathan Yearsley
  3. Grist Mill
  4. EURECA 2014
  5. Penn State Brandywine
License All rights reserved
Work Type Poster
Acknowledgments
  1. Cole, Phyllis (advisor)
Publisher
  1. The Pennsylvania State University
Publication Date May 2, 2014
Deposited May 02, 2014

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