ANTRIM, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire mill complex that dates to the 1800s that made a popular line of apple parers has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The Goodell Company Mill in Antrim was at one time the oldest and largest manufacturer of apple parers in the world, the New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources said in a news release Thursday. David Goodell received his first apple parer patent in 1863. The company’s White Mountain lathe-style model was its most popular parer; 500,000 were sold in 1904, the division said. The company also made peach and potato parers, cherry pitters, and seed sowers. It offered 1,300 styles of cutlery by 1904, including the Star hunting knife.
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