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TRENTON COOPERAGE MILLS

PLAQUE TEXT

SITE OF TRENTON COOPERAGE MILLS

FOUNDED 1908

BY EBEN JAMES I

(1874-1949)

FOR DECADES

IT WAS A LEADING TRENTON INDUSTRY,

MANUFACTURING BARRELS

FOR THE EXPORT

OF APPLES TO THE UK

DEDICATED TO THE

MEMORY OF

EBEN JAMES I

AND SENATOR WM. FRASER

WHO BROUGHT PROSPERITY

TO THIS COMMUNITY

THIS CAIRN ERECTED

BY EBEN JAMES II

AND EBEN JAMES III

2006

The logo at the top is the timber mark stamped

into the ends of logs destined for Trenton Cooperage Mills

GPS co-ordinates: 44° 05' 53.80 N 77° 34' 31.08" W (44.0980555 -77.5752771)

Street address: Cresswell Drive at waterfront

Trenton Cooperage


TRENTON COOPERAGE MILLS
Information Last Updated: Friday June 19, 2020