Charles Mulford Dominy Sells Dominy Homestead

When Nathaniel VII died in 1910, the homestead, shops and their contents passed to his son, Charles Mulford Dominy, who had learned woodworking and joined the Joiners and Carpenters Union in 1899. Charles continued to track, maintain, and use the tools on carpentry jobs—including his 1938 restoration of the Hook Mill, a wind-powered grist mill that his great grandfather, Nathaniel V, completed in 1806. When he sold the property in 1940, his children oversaw the loan and storage of the tools for safekeeping