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Cleveland Roller Mill Museum

Cleveland Roller Mill Museum
New Mexico Highway 518 Mile Marker 31

Valley of the Mills This Exhibit provides information on the mill's history, and wheat farming and milling in Mora County, as well as a historical overview of the history of western Mora County. Wheat farming and milling were Mora County's most important economic enterprises for nearly a century encompassing a time period from 1860 to 1940.

"Mora County: The early years." This photo exhibit includes 80 historic photographs relating to the architecture, landscape and personalities during Mora County's early years.

The Cleveland Roller Mill Museum is a 3 story, adobe, water powered flour mill that has been turned into a local history museum. The Mill's original equipment is intact and operable for demonstration purposes. The Mill is operation during the Cleveland Millfest that takes place Labor Day Weekend.

Cleveland Roller Mill Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media


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