Greenbank's Hollow

Location: Danville
Tag(s): Industry
Historical Category:
Video Date: 12/28/17

Greenbank's Hollow is a forgotten village in Vermont. For much of the 1800s, a large woolen mill used the water power from the brook to produce cloth. In 1885, the mill burned to the ground, along with the bridge over the brook, cutting the village off from the rest of Danville.

This Place in History is produced in partnership by Local 22 & Local 44 ( and the Vermont Historical Society.

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