Remains of Revolutionary War-era grain mill found
Published on January 6th, 2010 | by Admin0
November’s discovery left the team of researchers excited, said Cheryl Munson, an Indiana University archaeologist overseeing the high-tech imaging and excavations in a 280-acre historic district along Clarksville’s riverfront.
“We are definitely excited about that,” said Jane Sarles, president of the Clarksville Historical Society.
The find was made along Mill Creek not far from the Ohio River in an area “that looks most promising” as the likely location of the mill that was a cornerstone of Clark’s original settlement just across the river from Louisville, Ky.