Oxford County, ME

OXFORD COUNTY, situated on the west boundary of Maine, and traversed by the Androscoggin and Oxford and Cumberland canal. Area, 1,600 square miles. Face of the country, hilly; soil, of middling quality. Seat of justice, Paris. Pop. in 1810, 17,630; in 1820, 27,104; in 1830, 35,217; in 1840, 38,351; in 1850, 39,763. (Fanning's, 1853)
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    Containing Unit
    Name Type
    Bethel, ME City or Town
    Buckfield, ME City or Town
    Hebron, ME City or Town
    Livermore, ME City or Town
    Paris, ME City or Town
    Waterford, ME City or Town
    Woodstock, ME City or Town
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