The Drinkwater & Schriver Flour Mill on the Cottonwood River at Cedar Point, Kansas operated for over 100 years. The grist mill produced four for both the local area and eastern bakeries. It was started as a saw mill by Cedar Point Postmaster, O.H. Drinkwater. With the assistance of Peter Paul Schriver, the wooden sawmill and dam were replaced by these stone structures in 1875. The first mill was built in 1867 by O.H. Drinkwater.
1/2 mile south of highway US 50 on First Street in Cedar Point. The Drinkwater & Shriver flour mill is practically the only thing in town. Also known as the Cedar Point Mill
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