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For which the said Clay does hereby bind himself his heirs &c. to pay said Colyer ninety dollars commonwealth money on the delivery of the stones in wintess [sic, witness] whereof we have hereto let our hands and seals this 28th day of February 1824. Sidney P. Clay (seal) Charles Colyer attst George S. Shirley A separate page attached to the contract provided directions to Sidney Payne Clay’s house in Bourbon County and contained a receipt that the millstones were delivered: Directions to where Sidney P.
They are currently within the Red River Historical Society Museum collections in Clay City, Kentucky. The recognizable tool types recovered from the Powell County millstone quarries include points (n = 3), wedges (n = 10), feathers (n = 8), and miscellaneous (n = 3). The points were struck with a hammer to shape the millstones. Feathers and wedges were used in each drill hole to split the stone apart New York The best known and most productive conglomerate millstone quarries were located at High Falls in Ulster County, New York, at a place known as the Trapp (Howell 1985:144–146; Howell and Keller 1977:69; Ladoo and Myers 1951:9; Parker 1896:586; Reis 1910:284; Sass 1984:viii; Schrader, Stone, and Sanford 1917:225; Swisher 1940:59).
75 feet) in diameter with most ranging between two and three 32 The Millstone Industry meters in diameter. 95 feet) but most pits were between 50 cm and 1 meter (20 to 40 inches) in depth. Sometimes portions of quarried boulders with drill holes remain in the bottoms of these pits. Occasionally, partially quarried boulders showing a sequence of slabs being removed are still present. 5 meters deep) was documented near a knob crest where in situ bedrock was being exposed. The linear pits and bench appear to be associated with the removal of over burden to expose in situ conglomerate deposits.