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White Mills

White Mills is a village and census-designated place in Texas Township, Wayne County, Pennsylvania. The CDP's population was 659 at time of the 2010 United States Census.White Mills is located along U.S. Route 6 in the eastern part of Wayne County.HistoryIn 1803, Jonathan Brink of Milford, Pennsylvania, purchased the Haines property and erected one of the early sawmills just below White Mills.Around 1823, a sawmill was constructed on the Lackawaxen River near where the Chroma Tube factory stands today. At the time, the area between Honesdale and Hawley, Pennsylvania, was sparsely settled, though it is likely that several farms and dwellings dotted the surrounding vicinity. The new mill, built for a Daniel Parry (sometimes spelled Perry) & Company of Philadelphia, and its ancillary buildings were all painted white, which lead to the village being called "White Mills."GeographyAccording to the United States Census Bureau, White Mills has a total area of 1.517 sq mi (3.927 km2), of which 1.483 sq mi (3.840 km2) is land and 0.034 sq mi (0.087 km2), or 2.2%, is water.
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