Wells' Lumber Camp

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Winfield Wells owned the sawmill known as Wells’ Mill at the north end of Old 600 Road. “Mr. Wells and his father built a large ‘lumber camp’ and also a smaller one for the Wells Family.… Although it was in the edge of the Town of Dryden, the outlet was through the Town of Caroline and Slaterville.”1

  1. Barbara B. M. Kone, et. al., A History of the Town of Caroline,, p. 136.
Wells' Lumber Camp, group photo.
Wells’ Mill workers and friends. Edna Wells is the little girl near the center. Her father, Winfield Wells, is sitting at the right end of the front row with his hat on his knee.