Elowsky Mill

Elowsky Mill

According to local hsitorians, Prussian immigrant Michael Elowsky fled the turmoil brewing in Eastern Europe in 1862. He settled in Detroit, was joined by his family, and migrated to Presque Isle County around 1870. Prior to 1885 he moved a part of this structure from Trout River and eventually developed a complex of flour,shingle, siding, planing, and lathe milling operations. Residents of Metz, Posen, and Krakow townships brought grain and timber to this mill, which closed in October 1963.
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Registered Site L2089
Erected 2002

Location: Leer and Long Lake Roads
Posen, Presque Isle County

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Latitude: 45.2211242, Longitude: -83.7401586

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