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Hagamans Mills

Hagaman's Mills is on the Chuctenunda Creek about 4 miles northeast of the Village of Amsterdam. Besides the "Star Hosiery Mills," it contains [in 1878] a post office, 2 churches (Methodist and Reformed), a grist mill, a saw mill, and 2 stores as well as various other industries. M. V. Herrick became proprietor of the grist and saw mills in 1875. A native of New York, he moved to Hagaman's in 1840.

The Star Hosiery Mills of H. Pawling & Son, in 1878, was the oldest establishment of its kind in the county. It was begun in 1857. The hosiery business was commenced in 1857, by Pawling and Jackson, on a small scale at first, in connection with wool carding and the manufacture of woolen goods.[1]

  1. History or Montgomery and Fulton Counties, N.Y., F. W. Beers & Company, George Macnamara, Printer, New York, 1878.

Hagamans Mills Map

Street Names
Chuctanunda Street • Church Street • Haskell Street • Lansing Street • Main Street • Mill Street • Northern Boulevard • Pawling Street

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