Oxford County

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Historical United States Census Totals For Oxford County, Maine - Unorganized Territory
... Like all of Maine's interior counties, Oxford County contains a significant amount of unorganized territory ... Most of it is in the northern part of the county, in areas which are very sparsely populated The entire area of the county north of Upton, Grafton, Newry and Andover has never been incorporated ... The central part of the county has historically been almost entirely incorporated, but there is one area that has never been -- Riley Township, which lies in between Grafton and Gilead, along the New ...
Oxford County, ME - Summer Camps
... Oxford county is home to many summer camps where parents send their children to make friends and learn valuable life skills ...
List Of Towns In Maine - Sorted By County - Oxford County
... Gilead Greenwood Hanover Hartford Hebron Hiram Lovell Mexico Newry Norway Otisfield Oxford Paris Peru Porter Roxbury Rumford Stoneham Stow Sumner Sweden Upton Waterford West Paris ...
List Of Lakes In Maine - Oxford County
... Quint's Bog 183 Brownfield C Pond (Lake Kashwakamak) 180 1,441 C Surplus Hogan Pond 178 2,583 Oxford Twitchell Pond 169 3,176 Greenwood Whitney Pond 167 2,020 Oxford Marshall (Matthews) Pond 158 1 ... Spectacle Pond #1 546 ... Porter Mud Pond Kezar 586 ... Waterford Green Pond 515 ... Oxford Barker Pond 39 2,213 Bowmantown Twp Duck Pond 38 365 ...

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