Gilreath Mill, SC

Located on Highway 101 near Greer, SC Gilreath Mill is one of a few original mills that remain in South Carolina. It is believed to have been built around 1814. It was likely to have been a congregation center for folks living in the area at that time. Actual records of its existence go back to 1839 when the mill produced flour and cornmeal.

It was added to the National Register of Historic places in May 28, 1976.

Reference City of Greer, Wikipedia, SC Picture Project

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  1. Loved the pictures and the history! A bridge, I had never heard of, over two hundred years old. And, the arch!!! Wow, I am so glad you had a perspective shot of yourself in the archway. It is a very tall archway. Thank you for sharing this piece of South Carolina history.


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