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Discover the people who lived there, the places they visited and the stories they shared.
Martin J VAN SICKLER

Van Sicklers Mill, 1906

The cotton factory, erected in 1832 a short distance south of the Elm Street bridge and near the site of the first mill dam built in the town, was owned in 1876 by Martin Van Sickler. He died in 1891, having long outlived his once prosperous enter-prise.

The history of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, from the year 1876 to the year 1916



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