Dummett Sugar Mill Ruins

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Once a sugar powerhouse this mill processed over 2,000 acres of sugar cane for use in rum. It was burned almost to the ground during the Second Seminole War - easy pickings as sugar is highly combustible. The ruins are in the wilderness a very short distance from the ocean and Old Dixie Hwy. It's one of the best preserved pieces of Florida's history in the 1800s.

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Well at Dummett Sugar Plantation