Tripp Sawmill


Walking down Maple Street as a horse-drawn cart passes a Model T. Exploring the laboratories of Thomas Edison. Hearing the faint sound of a whistle in the distance. The ambiance of Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan is unlike any other.

Built around 1855, the Tripp Sawmill is representative of thousands of steam-powered mills that dotted the forested landscape. This example was constructed by British immigrant Reverend Henry Tripp in Tipton, Michigan and was used at the museum in the early part of its preserved life.

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