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Windmill outdoors at the WDM Yorkton

This c. 1900 windmill was built by Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Company Limited of Toronto, Ontario. By harnessing nature’s power, the farmer’s work was made easier. In the early years, this windmill was used mainly to grist wheat for flour. As well, it was used or sawing fire wood and for operating a grindstone.

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