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May 31, 2018, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Fourth Ward School Museum
The Bureau of Land Management, Sierra Front Field Office invites you to a special, free screening of a new documentary that covers the history of the iconic United Comstock Merger Mill, commonly known as the American Flat Mill. The 1920s cyanide mill was the largest mill of its kind during its operation, and was a part of the “last gasp” of large-scale, underground mining of the Comstock. After being abandoned in 1926, valuable machinery and materials were salvaged and the ruins of the mill site became a curiosity to locals. The unique architecture drew in artists, photographers, film-makers, paintballers, and youthful partiers. This documentary covers the history of the mill from its inception to its demolition.