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Neligh Mills, Neligh

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Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Neligh Mill is a water-powered flour mill in the city of Neligh in the northeastern part of the state of Nebraska in the Midwestern United States. The mill was built in 1873 by John Neligh, the city's founder, to make use of water power from the Elkhorn River. It operated for nearly one hundred years until it closed in 1969.
The Nebraska State Historical Society maintains the mill complex and describes it as the only 19th-century mill in the state that still possesses all of the original equipment used when it was in operation. The mill is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
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  • The Neligh Mill, Riverside park, the bridge and the Elkhorn river are all enchantingly beautiful. I try to visit whenever possible.  more »
  • The Mill is currently on the 2019 Nebraska Passport Tour. The mill has been wonderfully preserved for visitors to enjoy. Admission is free, but they do take donations. They offer a guided tour or you....  more »

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