As the industries of Batsto grew, so did the additional buildings and activities necessary to sustain the workers and their families. During the iron making and glass making periods at Batsto Village, there were hundreds of people working and living in the village. They needed homes in which to live. A Sawmill was necessary to cut lumber for building homes. The Gristmill was built for processing grain.
November 1st, 2010
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