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The Geo. W. Helme Snuff Mill in Helmetta, NJ. This image was taken during an arranged tour in 2006. It was once the largest producer of sweet snuff in the United States. Snuff was produced at this site since at least the 1850s, until the site closed in 1993. George W. Helme (1822-1893) created a true company town by building 105 homes to house his workers, a general store, and company clubhouse. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Interior of the Geo. W. Helme Snuff Mill in Helmetta, NJ. This image was taken during an arranged tour in 2006. It was once the largest producer of sweet snuff in the United States. Snuff was produced at this site since at least the 1850s, until the site closed in 1993. George W. Helme (1822-1893) created a true company town by building 105 homes to house his workers, a general store, and company clubhouse. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

The Geo. W. Helme Snuff Mill Historic District in Helmetta, NJ. It was once the largest producer of sweet snuff in the United States. Snuff was produced at this site since at least the 1850s, until the site closed in 1993. George W. Helme (1822-1893) created a true company town by building 105 homes to house his workers, a general store, and company clubhouse. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

The Geo. W. Helme Snuff Mill Historic District in Helmetta, NJ. It was once the largest producer of sweet snuff in the United States. Snuff was produced at this site since at least the 1850s, until the site closed in 1993. George W. Helme (1822-1893) created a true company town by building 105 homes to house his workers, a general store, and company clubhouse. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

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Interior of the Geo. W. Helme Snuff Mill in Helmetta, NJ. This image was taken during an arranged tour in 2006. It was once the largest producer of sweet snuff in the United States. Snuff was produced at this site since at least the 1850s, until the site closed in 1993. George W. Helme (1822-1893) created a true company town by building 105 homes to house his workers, a general store, and company clubhouse. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Tax Paid area of the Geo. W. Helme Snuff Mill in Helmetta, NJ. This image was taken during an arranged tour in 2006. It was once the largest producer of sweet snuff in the United States. Snuff was produced at this site since at least the 1850s, until the site closed in 1993. George W. Helme (1822-1893) created a true company town by building 105 homes to house his workers, a general store, and company clubhouse. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Interior of the Geo. W. Helme Snuff Mill in Helmetta, NJ. This image was taken during an arranged tour in 2006. It was once the largest producer of sweet snuff in the United States. Snuff was produced at this site since at least the 1850s, until the site closed in 1993. George W. Helme (1822-1893) created a true company town by building 105 homes to house his workers, a general store, and company clubhouse. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

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The Geo. W. Helme Snuff Mill Historic District in Helmetta, NJ. It was once the largest producer of sweet snuff in the United States. Snuff was produced at this site since at least the 1850s, until the site closed in 1993. George W. Helme (1822-1893) created a true company town by building 105 homes to house his workers, a general store, and company clubhouse. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com