Beaver Mills, Alabama
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Beaver Mills, also known as Beaver Meadow, is a ghost town in Mobile County, Alabama, United States, near U.S. Route 45, south of Citronelle. It was the site of a paper mill that was also used as a uniform depot during the American Civil War.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Beaver Meadow (historical)
- "Beaver Mills". ghosttowns.com. Retrieved 26 November 2008.
- Beaver Mills at Ghosttowns.com
- Front view of the residence of Colonel E. M. Hudson at Beaver Meadow, Alabama in 1895
- Side view of the residence of Colonel E. M. Hudson at Beaver Meadow, Alabama in 1895
- Loading produce into a M&O Railroad boxcar at Beaver Meadow in 1895
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