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Alamance Cotton Mill

Alamance Cotton Mill, as it appeared in 1837 shortly after construction. The mill was built by Edwin M. Holt, a pioneer of the Southern textile industry.

Alamance Cotton Mill. It is a sepia print. There are people in front of the mill, which is a large building attached to a smaller building. There are trees around.
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Alamance Cotton Mill. 1837. Photograph. Wikipedia Commons.

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