The small town of Hadley sits between Lapeer in Clarkson in the southeast part of the state. It is where you will find the red and white Hadley Historic Mill. It was built in 1874 by Peter Slimmer along the small Mill Creek. The building once stood on stilts to allow water to pass beneath. The creek’s dam was removed in 1924 and the structure was converted from a gristmill to an electric power plant. Eventually it sat unused and by the late 60s it was turned into an office and apartment building. Now it has been converted into a park and museum known as the Hadley Mill Museum.
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