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The trash house was an important part of the operation.

Many of the processes learned in sugar mills were later applied to factories in Europe and North America.

The cane had to be cut at exactly the right time (January to June) to maximize the production of sugar and the juice had to be extracted before the cane spoiled.

If the mill-feeder got any part of his hand caught in the rollers, he was drawn in and crushed.

An axe was kept handy to chop off the limb before it was too late.

The skimmings and molasses were converted into rum in the distillery.

Work in the sugar mill was extremely dangerous and stressful.

The house was constructed of square-cut stone and brick, probably brought as ship ballast from the Old World.