Milford Stamp Mill ~ 91
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz
N 38° 23.683 W 113° 00.753
12S E 324246 N 4251528
The Milford Stamp Mill was built to service the ores from the Old Hickory Mine.
Waymark Code: WMDJRA
Location: Utah, United States
Date Posted: 01/21/2012
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow
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Daughters of Utah Pioneers
No. 91
Erected 1946
Milford Stamp Mill
The Milford Stamp or A.G. Campbell Mill,
was erected in the Fall of 1873 at a cost of
$45,000. It was designed to work the ores
of the Old Hickory Mine. In 1873-74 the mill
ran successfully for five months. They used
a 60 horse power engine, two horizontal boilers,
a Dodge rock crusher, wooden pans, iron
settlers, and a retort. Freighters, bringing
ore from the East Mountains, had to ford
the river, hence the name Milford. Arvin
M. Stoddard was the first settler.
Silver Desert Camp - - - Beaver Co.
Marker Name: Milford Stamp Mill

Marker Number: 91

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