List of mills in Fall River, Massachusetts

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The city of Fall River, Massachusetts once had over 120 cotton textile mills[1] and was the leading cotton textile center in the United States during the late 19th century and early 20th century.[2] There are currently about 66 historic textile mills remaining in the city, as well as other related structures. Many have been added to the National Register of Historic Places.[3]

Existing historic textile mills[edit]

Ref# Name Image Built Location Construction NRHP Listing Notes/current use/references
1 Algonquin Printing Company Algonquin Print Works.jpg 1891 Middle Street red brick 83000615 October 2010 fire. Main mill saved.
2 American Printing Company Mill No.7 APC Mill No7.jpg 1906 Anawan Street red brick 83000617 Built over falls of Quequechan River; site of Anawan Mill
(also known as Iron Works Cotton Mill #7)
3 Arkwright Mill No. 1 Arkwright-1 Fall River.jpg 1897 537 Quequechan Fall River Granite 83000709 part of Quequechan Valley Mills Historic District
4 Barnard Mills Barnard Mill FR.jpg 1874 Quarry Street Fall River Granite 83000623 now "Tower Mill Outlet"
5 Barnard Mills Weave Shed Quequechan River.jpg 1896 Quarry Street Fall River Granite 83000623 attached to main mill
6 Border City Mill No. 1 Border City Mill 1.jpg 1880 Ace Street red brick 83004614 Replaced original 1872 mill that burned in 1877
7 Border City Mill No. 2 Bordercity.jpg 1873 Weaver Street red brick 90000999 Converted into apartments in 1980s
8 Border City Mill No. 3 Border City 3Mills FR.jpg 1888 Weaver Street red brick 83004614 mixed industrial
9 Bourne Mill Bourne Mill Tiverton RI.jpg 1881 State Avenue Fall River Granite 06001189 located in Tiverton, RI; converted into residences
10 Chace Mills Chace Mill FR.jpg 1872 Lewiston Street Fall River Granite 83000648 formerly Arkwright; weave shed burned 1999, main mill saved
11 Charlton Mill Charlton Mill FR.jpg 1910 Howe Street Fall River Granite 83000650 Weave shed demolished. Last granite mill to be built in the city
12 Conanicut Weave Mill Connanicut Weave Mill.jpg 1904 Shaw Street Red Brick [4]
13 Cornell Mill Cornell Mill FR.jpg 1889 Alden Street Fall River Granite 83000659
14 Crescent Mill Crescent Mill FR.jpg 1871 off Plymouth Ave Fall River Granite 83000659 aka Merchants Mill No. 2 (1893)
15 Davis Mill No. 1 Davis-1-FR.jpg 1902 749 Quequechan Fall River Granite 83000709 part of Quequechan Valley Mills Historic District; current tenant: EC Pigments LLC
16 Davis Mill No. 2 Davis-2-FR.jpg 1908 661 Quequechan Fall River Granite 83000709 part of Quequechan Valley Mills Historic District
17 Davol Mill No. 1 Davol Mills 1.jpg 1871 427 Plymouth Ave Red Brick Built in the Second Empire Style
18 Davol Mill No. 2 Davol Mills Fall River.jpg 1867 427 Plymouth Ave Red Brick Built in the Second Empire Style
19 Durfee Mill No. 1 Durfee Mill No1.jpg 1866 Pleasant Street Fall River Granite 83000664 largest remaining complex in city
20 Durfee Mill No. 2 Durfee Mill 2.jpg 1871 Pleasant Street Fall River Granite 83000664 largest remaining complex in city
21 Durfee Mill No. 3 Durfee Mil No3.jpg 1881 Pleasant Street Fall River Granite 83000664 largest remaining complex in city
22 Durfee Weave Mill Durfee Weaving Mill.jpg 1893 Pleasant Street Fall River Granite 83000664 largest remaining complex in city
23 Fall River Bleachery Bleachery Mill FR.jpg 1872 Jefferson Street Fall River Granite 83000667 (portion burned October 30, 1967)
24 Fall River Merino Mills Merino Mill FR.jpg 1875 Alden Street red brick later occupied by Cote Piano Company
25 Flint Mills No. 1 Flint Mill No1.jpg 1882 Alden Street Fall River Granite 83000669 1872 tower mill burned in October 28, 1882, rebuilt without tower.
26 Flint Mills No. 2 Flint Mills.jpg 1909 Alden Street Fall River Granite 83000669
27 Foster Spinning Co. Foster Spinning Mill.jpg 1916 Cove Street Red Brick 83000670 acquired by Fall River Florist Supply in 1962
28 Globe Yarn Mills No. 1 Globe Yarn Mill FR.jpg 1881 206 Globe Mills Ave Red Brick later part of New England Cotton Yarns; Passaic Coton Mills; now part of Duro Industries
29 Globe Yarn Mills No. 2 Globe Mills FR.jpg 1885 460 Globe St Red Brick 83000671
30 Globe Yarn Mills No. 3 Globe Mill FR.jpg 1893 Griffin St Red Brick 83000671
31 Granite Mill No. 2 Granite Mills FR.jpg 1871 Bedford Street Fall River Granite 83004610 formerly Anderson Little, Pepperell Mills
32 Granite Mill No. 3 Granite Mill 3 FR.jpg 1893 Bedford Street Fall River Granite 83004610 formerly Globe Mfg. (modified)
33 Hargraves Mill No. 1 Hargraves Mill One.jpg 1888 Quarry Street Fall River Granite 83000675 formerly Quaker Fabrics; aka Parker "C" mills
34 Heywood Narrow Fabric Co. Heywood Narrow FR.jpg 1890 275 Martine St Red Brick Has been renovated and is occupied by varies businesses
35 King Philip Mill No. 1 King Philip Mill 1 FR.jpg 1871 Kilburn Street Fall River Granite 83000687 later part of Berkshire Fine Spinning Associates; Mill office/proofing building destroyed by fire January 3, 2012. Mill No. 1 condemned by city for fire safety violations.
36 King Philip Mill No. 2 King Philip Mill 2 FR.jpg 1881 Kilburn Street Fall River Granite 83000687 later part of Berkshire Fine Spinning Associates; Mill office/proofing building destroyed by fire January 3, 2012. Mill No. 2 condemned by city for fire safety violations.
37 King Philip Mill No. 3 Korber FR.jpg 1888 Kilburn Street Red Brick 83000687 later part of Berkshire Fine Spinning Associates; Korber Hats
38 King Philip Mill No. 4 Dwelly Street Mill.jpg 1892 Kilburn Street Fall River Granite 83000687 later part of Berkshire Fine Spinning Associates Crown Uniforms
39 Laurel Lake Mill No. 1 Laurel Lake Mill1.jpg 1881 Broadway Fall River Granite 83004612
40 Laurel Lake Mill No. 2 Laurel Lake Mill2.jpg 1896 Broadway Fall River Granite 83004612
41 Mechanics Mill Mechanics Mill Fall River.jpg 1868 Davol Street red brick 83000693 first mill constructed north of the city center. One of the former Quaker plants. Currently being converted to Commonwealth Landing.
42 Metacomet Mill Metacomet Mill.jpg 1847 Anawan Street Fall River Granite 83000617 aka Iron Works Mill #6; Oldest Remaining cloth-producing mill in City
43 Narragansett Mill No.1 Narragansett Mills Fall River.jpg 1872 North Main St. Red Brick 83000694 now medical offices
44 Narragansett Mill No.2 Narragansett Mill 2.jpg 1882 North Main St. Red Brick 83000694 Second floor of mill is currently being removed
45 Pilgrim Mills Pilgrim Mill FR.jpg 1910 Pleasant Street Red Brick 83000704 first fully electric powered mill in city; formerly Louis Hand Mfg
46 Richard Borden Mill No. 2 Richard Borden No 2.jpg 1889 Plymouth Ave Fall River Granite Currently Carter's, Billiards, Lazergate and others.
47 Sagamore Mill No. 1 Sagamore Mill No1.jpg 1888 North End Red Brick 83000713 Replaced original 1872 mill destroyed by fire in 1884
48 Sagamore Mill No. 2 Sagamore 2.jpg 1881 North Main Street Fall River Granite 83000712 formerly Joan Fabrics
49 Sagamore Mill No. 3 Sagamore Mill 3.jpg 1882 North End Fall River Granite 83000713 formerly Trina
50 Sanford Spinning Co. Mill No. 1 Sanford Spinning FR.jpg 1891 Globe Mills Ave Red Brick 83000714 later part of New England Cotton Yarns; Passaic Coton Mills; American Cotton Fabric Corporation; Firestone Cotton Mills; now part of Duro Industries
51 Seaconnet Mills No. 1 Seaconnet Mill 1.jpg 1884 1 Fr. Devalle Blv Fall River Granite 83000716 now known as Clover Leaf Office Park and Erin Rae's School of Dance
52 Seaconnet Mills No. 2 Seaconnet Mill 2.jpg 1895 1 Fr. Devalle Blv Fall River Granite 83000716 formerly Bristol Probate and Family Court; office park
53 Shove Mills No. 1 Shove Mill FR.jpg 1874 126 Shove St Fall River Granite Formerly Nira. Top three floors of mill and tower burnt in the October 16, 1946 fire and were removed.
54 Shove Mills Weave Shed Shove Mill 2.jpg 1897 Shove St Fall River Granite
55 Stafford Mill No. 1 Stafford Mill.jpg 1872 County Street Fall River Granite 83000718 attached weave shed
56 Stafford Mill No. 2 Stafford Mill 2.jpg 1886 County Street Fall River Granite 83000718
57 Stafford Weave Mill Stafford Weave Mill.jpg 1900 County Street Fall River Granite 83000718 Attached to Mill No. 1
58 Stevens Manufacturing Spinning Mill No. 2 Stevens Fall River.jpg 1901 Stevens Street Red Brick 83000709 remaining portion; part of Quequechan Valley Mills Historic District[5][6]
59 Stevens Manufacturing Weave Mill No. 2 Stevens Weave Mill No 2.jpg 1901 Stevens Street Red Brick 83000709 building closest to highway; part of Quequechan Valley Mills Historic District[7][8]
60 Tecumseh Mill No. 1 Tecumseh Mill FR.jpg 1866 Hartwell Street Fall River Granite converted into apartments in 1980s
61 Union Mill No. 1 Union Mill No1.jpg 1859 Pleasant Street Fall River Granite 83000726 now PrimaCare Medical Center
62 Union Mill No. 2 Union Mill No 2.jpg 1865 Pleasant Street Fall River Granite 83000726 formerly Nate Lyons, now PrimaCare Medical Center
63 Wampanoag Mill No. 1 Wampanoag Mill 1 FR.jpg 1872 420 Quequechan Street Fall River Granite 83000729 converted into residences known as The Curtain Lofts.
64 Wampanoag Mill No. 2 Wampanoag Mills FR.jpg 1877 69 Alden Street Fall River Granite 83000729 formerly Fall River Knitting Mills. Parkers Candy building attached was destroyed in 2010 fire.
65 Wampanoag Weave Mill 1887 Quequechan Street Fall River Granite 83000729 attached to Mill No. 1
66 Wyoming Mills Marshall Hat FR.jpg 1845 110 Chace St Fieldstone 83004613 part of Marshall Hat complex; now Duro

Other existing historic manufacturing mills[edit]

Ref# Name Image Built Location Construction NRHP Listing Notes/current use/references
1 Ashworth Brothers Mill Complex Ashworth Brothers Mill.jpg 1910 Globe Mills Ave Red Brick manufactured card clothing
2 Borden & Remmington (original plant) Borden and Remington.jpg Anawan Street Red Brick
3 Cote Piano Manufacturing Company abt. 1910 Alden Street Red Brick L-shaped expansion of former Merino Company site
4 Fall River Bobbin & Shuttle Company Fall River Bobbin and Shuttle Company.jpg Cambridge Street Red Brick acquired by United States Bobbin & Shuttle Company in 1899[9]
5 Marshall Hat Company Marshall Hat-Duro FR.JPG 1890s Chace St Red Brick 83004613 part of Marshall Hat complex; now Duro
6 Textile Paper Tube Company Textile Paper Tube Company.jpg 1901 Globe St Red Brick [10] [11] Now known as Tuscan Building. Painted yellow.
7 Union Belt Company Union Belt Company.jpg 1871 Troy Street Red Brick built by the Troy Mills and leased to Union Belt Company for the manufacture of leather belts for textile machinery. Roof was damaged in Hurricane Sandy
8 Webster Loom Harness Company Webster Loom Harness Company.jpg 1923 Eleventh Street Red Brick Company founded in 1890s, originally located at 209 Bedford Street.[12] Building more recently occupied by Norbut Manufacturing.
9 Westport Manufacturing Company Storehouse Smith Textiles Fall River.jpg 1919 7 Oregon Street Red Brick [13] Later occupied by Smith Textile Waste Company

Other existing notable mill related structures[edit]

Ref# Name Image Built Location Construction NRHP Listing Notes/current use/references
1 Algonquin Mills Office Bay Street
2 American Linen Co. Cotton Store House 75 Ferry St FR.jpg 1860s Ferry Street Field Stone
3 American Printing Co. Electric Plant APC Power Plant.JPG 1922 Water Street Red Brick [14]
4 American Printing Co. Storehouse (lower) APC Storehouse - lower.jpg 1880s Anawan Street Red Brick Currently Narrows Center for the Arts and others.
5 American Printing Co. Storehouse (middle) Anawan Street F-R.jpg 1880s Anawan Street Red Brick
6 American Printing Co. Storehouse (upper) APC Storehouse - Upper.jpg 1903 Anawan Street Red Brick
7 American Printing Co. Machine & Carpentry Shop MMAFR.JPG 1890s Water Street Red Brick Occupied by the Marine Museum at Fall River
8 Arkwright Mills Office Arkwright Mills Office.jpg 1897 Quequechan Street Yellow Brick & Granite Part of Quequechan Valley Mills Historic District
9 Bradford Durfee Textile School Bradford Durfee Textile School.jpg 1899 Durfee St Gray Stone former textile school opened in 1904, later merged with Umass Darmouth
10 Davis Mills Office Davis Mills Office.jpg 1902 Quequechan Street Yellow Brick & Granite Part of Quequechan Valley Mills Historic District
11 Durfee Mills Cloth Hall and Repair Shop Durfee Cloth Hall.jpg 1895 Pleasant Street Fall River Granite 83000664 largest remaining complex in city
12 Durfee Mills Cotton Store House Durfee Mills Cotton Storehouse.JPG 1887 Pleasant Street Fall River Granite 83000664 largest remaining complex in city; now occupied by 99 Restaurant
13 Fall River Bleachery Storage Building 1919 Jefferson Street Red Brick [15]
14 Flint Mills Office Flint Mills office.jpg 1880s Alden Street Fall River Granite
15 Laurel Lake Mills Office 482 Globe Street yellow brick formerly the Ukrainian National Home and then "The Uke" restaurant
16 Narragansett Mills Office Narragansett Mill Office.jpg North Main Street Red Brick
17 Oliver Chace's Thread Mill Oliver Chace Thread Mill.jpg 1838 505 Bay Street Field Stone 83000649 Part of a larger mill building that has since been demolished, later part of Conanicut Mills (NHRP listed)
18 Osborn Mill Store House Osborn Mill Store House.jpg 1872 Montaup Street Fall River Granite
19 Stafford Mills Office Stafford Mills Office.jpg 1890s County Street Red Brick 83000718
20 Stevens Mfg. Co. Boiler Room 1901 168 Stevens Street Red Brick smokestack is located next to this building[16][17]

Non-extant mills[edit]

Ref# Name Image Built Destroyed Location Construction Notes/references
1 American Linen Company Mill No.1 American Linen Map 1883.jpg 1852 1940s Ferry Street Fall River granite Switched to print cloth production in 1858. Closed in 1929. demolished in 1940s for J&J Corrugated Box Company (later part of Quaker Fabrics)
2 American Linen Company Mill No.2 American Linen Map 1883.jpg 1866 1940s Ferry Street Fall River granite Fire June 29, 1876 damaged upper stories, pitched roof converted to flat roof in rebuild; demolished in 1940s for J&J Corrugated Box Company (later part of Quaker Fabrics)
3 American Print Works original complex 1835 1867 Water Street original complex begun in 1835 and expanded until 1867, when it was destroyed by fire which began in the old wooden portion, just prior to the opening of a new granite print works;
4 American Print Works rebuilt complex Printing Works, Fall River, MA.jpg 1869 1941 Water Street Fall River granite mill destroyed by fire on October 11-12, 1941; as part of Firestone Rubber Complex[18]
5 Anawan Mill (first mill) 1825 1888 Anawan Street Red brick built by the Fall River Iron Works; mill struck by lightning and destroyed by fire in 1888[19]
6 Anawan Mill (replacement) 1888 1805 Anawan Street Red brick mill destroyed by fire, rebuilt, demo'd in 1905 for APC Mill #7
7 Barnaby Manufacturing Co. main mill Barnaby Mill Fall River.jpg 1882 2010 Quequechan St Fall River granite sold to Shawmut Mills (1917); later Frito-Lay; Quality Outlets; demolished for new retail development
8 Barnaby Manufacturing Co. weave mill 1882 2010 Quequechan St Fall River granite sold to Shawmut Mills (1917); later Frito-Lay; Quality Outlets; demolished for new retail development
9 Bay State Print Works Bay State-Globe Print Works.jpg 1867 Globe Street (aka Tiverton Print Works) site of Globe Yarn Mills; destroyed by fire, 1867
10 Border City Mill No. 1 (original) 1872 1877 Ace Street red brick destroyed by fire, rebuilt in 1880
11 Bourne Mills Weave Shed 1900 2009 State Avenue Fall River granite abandoned for many years; ruins demolished as part of rehab project
12 Chace Mill No. 2 1895 1999 Lewiston Street Fall River granite 310' x 120' x 2 stories; burned in 1999
13 Charlton Mill Weave Shed Howe Street Fall River granite demolished
14 Conanicut Mills Conanicut Mill map 1883.jpg 1840 Shaw Street Field stone Mill closed in 1926, weave mill remains. Previously known as Mount Hope Mill and Oliver Chase Thread Mill.
15 Estes Mill Estes mill.jpg 1852 1940 Sucker Brook Fall River granite destroyed by fire on June 7, 1940. Located near Fall River Bleachery.
16 Fall River Manufactory (first mill) 1813 1839 Anawan Street Fall River granite Also known as the "Yellow Mill"; The first successful mill in Fall River, begun operation in October 1813, expanded in 1827, demolished in 1839
17 Fall River Manufactory (second mill) 1839 1868 Anawan Street Fall River granite Also known as the "White Mill"; destroyed by fire in 1868;
18 Fall River Manufactory (third mill) Fall River MFG Co - Sanborn Map 1893.jpg 1869 1961 Anawan Street Fall River granite later part of Pocasset Manufacturing Company as Mill #5; destroyed by fire in August 1961 - was scheduled to be demolished for I-195
19 Flint Mill No. 1 (original) 1872 1882 Alden Street Fall River Granite destroyed by fire on October 28, 1882, rebuilt without tower.
20 Globe Manufactory Globe Manufactory 1811.jpg 1838 1927 Kelley Park
(former Slade pond)
Field stone first textile mill in city organized by Colonel Joseph Durfee, never very successful. Original 1811 wooden mill destroyed by fire in 1838.[20] The replacement stone structure pictured at left was often called the "first mill in Fall River". It was demolished in 1927.
21 Granite Mill No. 1 (original) 1866 1874 13th Street Fall River granite destroyed by fire on September 19, 1874, killing 23 workers and injuring 33; mill was soon rebuilt
22 Granite Mill No. 1 (replacement) Granite Mills, Fall River, MA.jpg 1875 1961 13th Street Fall River granite replacement mill constructed with a flat roof; demolished for a supermarket which later became China Royal restaurant. Currently the site of Boston Market and CVS.
23 Hargraves Mill No. 2 (Building #1) Quaker-A-Fall River.jpg 1891 2009 Brayton Ave Fall River granite formerly Quaker Fabrics Main Plant; demolished, March 2009
24 Hargraves Mill No. 2 (Building #2) Quaker-A-Fall River.jpg 1891 2009 Brayton Ave Fall River granite with red brick addition formerly Quaker Fabrics Main Plant; demolished, March 2009
25 Iron Works Cotton Mill No.1 Iron Works Mill No1.jpg 1889 2011 Water Street Red brick demolished, May 2011
26 Iron Works Cotton Mill No. 2 American Printing Co Mill 2-3-4.jpg 1892 1973 Water Street Red brick destroyed by fire on March 9, 1973
27 Iron Works Cotton Mill No. 3 American Printing Company (Fall River, Massachusetts - ca.1910) (illustration).jpg 1893 2008 Water Street Red brick demolished, October 2008
28 Iron Works Cotton Mill No. 4 American Printing Company (Fall River, Massachusetts - ca.1910) (illustration).jpg 1894 1941 Water Street Red brick destroyed by fire on October 11-12, 1941; as part of Firestone Rubber Complex
29 Iron Works Cotton Mill No. 5 American Printing Company (Fall River, Massachusetts - ca.1910) (illustration).jpg 1902 1941 Water Street Red brick destroyed by fire on October 11-12, 1941; as part of Firestone Rubber Complex
30 Kerr Thread Mill No.1 Fr-kerr thread.jpg 1890 1987 Martine Street Red brick enlarged in 1893; became American Thread Co. in 1897; destroyed by fire January 12, 1987 (was home to the Kerr Mill Outlet store)
31 Kerr Thread Mill No.2 1907 1987 Martine Street Red brick built by the American Thread Co.; destroyed by fire January 12, 1987[21] (the fire began in this building)
32 Kerr Thread Mill No.3 after 1916 1987 Martine Street Reinforced concrete built by the American Thread Co.; destroyed by fire January 12, 1987
33 Lincoln Manufacturing Co. Mill No.1 1907 1950s Jefferson Street Fall River granite taken over by the General Cotton Supply Corporation in 1938; demolished; Swan Finishing later built on this site.
34 Lincoln Manufacturing Co. Mill No.2 1912 1950s Jefferson Street Fall River granite taken over by the General Cotton Supply Corporation in 1938; demolished; Swan Finishing later built on this site.
35 Lincoln Manufacturing Co. Weave Shed 1907 1950s Jefferson Street Fall River granite taken over by the General Cotton Supply Corporation in 1938; demolished; Swan Finishing later built on this site.
36 Massasoit Steam Mill 1846 1960s Davol Street Fall River granite First steam mill in city, sold to Massasoit Manufacturing Co. Converted to cotton waste plant.
37 Merchants Mill Merchants Mill 1916 Lewis Hine.jpg 1866 1934 Pleasant Street Fall River granite Destroyed by fire on January 29, 1934. Was one of the largest mill buildings in the city.
38 Montaup Mill 1871 1940 Cook Pond red brick became Osborn Mill #2 in 1886; destroyed by fire March 25, 1940
39 Osborn Mill No. 1 1872 1950s Montaup Street Fall River granite mill did not burn in the 1940 fire. Has since been demolished
40 Parker Mill Parker Mill FR.jpg 1895 2009 Jefferson Street Fall River granite later part of Berkshire Fine Spinning Associates, demolished, March 2009
41 Pocasset MFG Co. "Bridge Mill" 1822 1843 Pocasset Street original L-shaped mill, destroyed in Great Fire of 1843; Granite Block built in this location
42 Pocasset MFG Co. "Satinet Mill" 1825 1846 Pocasset Street demolished for 1846 mill
43 Pocasset MFG Co. "Quequechan Mill" 1826 abt. 1880 Pocasset Street also known as "New Pocasset"; demolished for Mills No. 2 and 3.
44 Pocasset MFG Co. Mill No. 1 Pocasset Mills Fall River.jpg 1846 1928 Pocasset Street Fall River granite original mill built 1821, burned, rebuilt in 1842; destroyed by fire in 1928 (origin of Great Fall River Fire of 1928)
45 Pocasset MFG Co. Mill No. 2 Pocasset Mills Fall River.jpg about 1880 1928 Pocasset Street Fall River granite original mill built 1821, burned, rebuilt in 1842; destroyed by fire in 1928 (origin of Great Fall River Fire of 1928)
46 Pocasset MFG Co. Mill No. 3 Pocasset Mills Fall River.jpg about 1880 1928 Pocasset Street Fall River granite original mill built 1821, burned, rebuilt in 1842; destroyed by fire in 1928 (origin of Great Fall River Fire of 1928)
47 Richard Borden Mill No. 1 Richard Borden Mill 1968.jpg 1871 1981 Rodman Street Fall River granite double tower mill destroyed by fire November 5, 1981. Formerly Arlan's. (currently McDonald's, Sullivan Tire Co.)
48 Robeson Mill No. 1 Robeson Mills.jpg 1866 2001 Hartwell Street Red brick tower mill demolished in 2001; aka Luther Manufacturing Co. (1903) Currently Gas Station, Car Wash and Chinese restaurant.
49 Robeson Mill No. 2 Robeson Mills.jpg 1903 ca. 1994 Hartwell Street Fall River granite constructed by Luther Manufacturing in 1903; demolished in 1990s; site of Walgreens & Applebee's
50 Robeson Print Works Mill No. 1 1827 1960s Anawan Street later known as Fall River Print Works; later known as Quequechan Manufacturing Company; also later part of Fall River Manufacturing Company; demolished for I-195
51 Robeson Print Works Mill No. 2 abt. 1830 1960s Anawan Street later known as Fall River Print Works; later known as Quequechan Manufacturing Company; also later part of Fall River Manufacturing Company; demolished for I-195
52 Robeson Print Works Mill No. 3 1836 1960s Anawan Street later known as Fall River Print Works; later known as Quequechan Manufacturing Company; also later part of Fall River Manufacturing Company; demolished for I-195
53 Sagamore Mill No. 1 (original) 1872 1884 North End red brick destroyed by fire in 1884, rebuilt in 1888
54 Sanford Spinning Co. Mill No. 2 1890 2005 Globe Mills Ave red brick Later part of Firestone Cotton Mills; demolished for new Kuss Middle School
55 Shove Mill No. 2 Shove Mill 2 - remnant.jpg 1881 1940 Cook Pond Fall River granite located just over the state line in Tiverton, Rhode Island. Originally three stories, only a portion of the first floor remains, and has been added on to.
56 Slade Mill 1871 Globe Street Red brick became Ancona, 1903; closed in 1927. Currently the Globe Fire Station is located on the site.
57 Small Brothers Manufacturing Company Prospect Street red Brick Demolished by Charlton Memorial Hospital for parking
58 Standard Fabric Company Portland Street manufactured narrow goods; located along South Watuppa Pond, east of Heywood.
59 Stevens Manufacturing Spinning Mill No. 1 1892 2000s Stevens Street red brick also known as packing and shipping building; demolished for new housing; (Bristol Finishing).[22]
60 Stevens Manufacturing Weaving Mill No. 1 1892 2000s Stevens Street red brick was closest building to Stevens Street; demolished for new housing[23]
61 Stevens Manufacturing Bleach House 1892 1990s Stevens Street red brick destroyed by fire in the mid 1990s (once part of Bristol Finishing)
62 Tecumseh Mill No. 2 1872 1990s Rodman Street Fall River granite demolished in 1990s for Stop & Shop; formerly Mason's Furniture
63 Tecumseh Mill No. 3 Tecumseh Mill 3.jpg 1896 1990s Rodman Street Fall River granite demolished in 1990s for Stop & Shop; formerly Mason's Furniture
64 Troy Cotton & Woolen Manufactory
(First Mill)
1813 1821 Troy Street field stone second successful mill in Fall River; began operation in March 1814; burned in 1821
66 Troy Cotton & Woolen Manufactory
(Replacement)
1823 1860 Troy Street Fall River granite demolished in 1860 for new mill
67 Troy Cotton & Woolen Manufactory
"New" Mill No. 1
Troy Mills FR.jpg 1843 1960s Troy Street Fall River granite built 47'x75' in 1843, expanded 80' in 1853 and made 2 stories higher; tower later added and monitor roof extended/flattened to a full story[24]
68 Troy Cotton & Woolen Manufactory
Mill No. 2
Troy Mills FR.jpg 1860 1960s Troy Street Fall River granite located north of Mill #1; demolished in 1960s for Interstate 195
69 Union Cotton Factory 1813 1838 Cook Pond field stone 4th cotton mill in city; burned in 1838, site of Laurel Lake Mills
70 Union Mill No.3 Wamsutta Woolen and Union Mills 1883 map.jpg 1877 abt. 1965 Pleasant Street red brick demolished in 1960s for Interstate 195.
71 Union Mill No.4 1895 after 1966 Pleasant Street red brick built as an addition to Mill No. 2; demolished in 1960s for Interstate 195.
72 Wamsutta Steam Woolen Mill Wamsutta Woolen and Union Mills 1883 map.jpg 1849 1961 Blossoms Lane Fall River granite first mill to be built "above the dam"; originally known as Jesse Eddy & Son; renamed Wamsutta in 1873; later owned by Massasoit Manufacturing Co.; Demolished for Interstate 195
73 Watuppa Mill 1826 1928 Anawan Street Fall River granite one of the eight original mills along the Quequechan Falls (aka Massasoit Mill); later part of Pocasset Mills as Mill #4 (burned in 1928)
74 Weetamoe Mill Fr-weetamoe mills.jpg 1870 1940 Davol Street red brick destroyed by fire on February 6, 1940

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