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Old 10-14-2012, 11:42 PM   #1
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Default Old Saw mill off lillian hwy.

I've always been interested in p'cola history. And the history of the saw mill that used to be off of lillian hwy. Does anyone have any pics of the old mill. I can find written info. but no pics....
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Go to arcadia mill in milton they have a website also. Seems like I saw it mentioned there
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Hey Jake, try this,, might send you in the right direction. http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...CmvZpNrYolRxFQ
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I read the Perdido Bay history article posted by Sequoiha. As a former resident of Pensacola (twice) the article is a very interesting of the bay and how the paper mill in Cantonment has impacted the water. The article is upto 2004. Sure would be interested to find informatin from 2004 forward to see what all has happened.
I was in Escambia County last week looking at property no far from the paper mill and learned they are apparently putting in a huge pipeline all the way to Perdido Bay. Not sure but this sound like a pipe will be used rather than 11 Mile Creek?
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I read the Perdido Bay history article posted by Sequoiha. As a former resident of Pensacola (twice) the article is a very interesting of the bay and how the paper mill in Cantonment has impacted the water. The article is upto 2004. Sure would be interested to find informatin from 2004 forward to see what all has happened.
I was in Escambia County last week looking at property no far from the paper mill and learned they are apparently putting in a huge pipeline all the way to Perdido Bay. Not sure but this sound like a pipe will be used rather than 11 Mile Creek?
We used an old wet land near the mouth of eleven mile creek. There is plenty of information on the web about it.
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Thanks Gnwdad, I'll 'fish' around and see what I can find just to be aware.
The stuff has to go somewhere I suppose.
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ya that's a good artical about the bay and mill. It doesn't have any pics. I'm still looking, I've been doing some reading on p'cola during the civil war too.
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