In 1853, Archibald Gardner, along with his 11 wives and 47 children, built a water-powered sawmill on the site that is now Gardner Historic Village. In 1877, the saw mill became a flour mill, and Archibald's. The "village" around the mill is made up of original historic buildings restored into retail theme shops offering quilts, art, gifts, collectibles, furniture and much more. The Village is open year-round.
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