The Historic Red Mill

In 1781 a courageous young pioneer from Virginia named Elisha Barton came to what we know as Bloomsburg.  While he was building a log cabin, his family lived in their covered wagon.  His next big task was to build a wood frame grain mill along Hemlock Creek.
This renowned landmark known as The Red Mill has been a hub of commerce over the past 200 years.  The Red Mill still stands as a testimony to quality craftsmanship.
We at The Red Mill are proud to carry on that commitment to quality of craftsmanship by seliing the finest, new handcrafted traditional furniture and antiques.

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