Charles Pillsbury's Flour Mill

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Flour Essay Charles Pillsbury was an Industrialist back in the late 1800’s for a flour mill. When Charles lived in Warner, New Hampshire, he graduated at Dartmouth College in 1863. After finishing his formal education Charles moved to Montreal, Quebec, where became a clerk or Buck, Robinson and Co., a produce commission company. Then Charles moved to Minneapolis to live with his uncle, John Sargent Pillsbury. After he moved to Minneapolis, John encouraged Charles to invest into a failing small flour mill even though Charles had no milling experience, he did it anyway. After Pillsbury started working at the mill it looked like things were finally turning around. Now that the small flour mill was under Charles Pillsbury’s

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