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Oxford County History
History: Oxford County, Maine was incorporated March 4, 1805. Oxford County was formerly the northerly parts of York and Cumberland counties. The formation of Franklin County took a large part of its territory and Androscoggin County took two towns. Oxford County contains 35 towns and three plantations. Its area is 1981 square miles. The county seat is Paris.

Neighbor counties include: Franklin, Androscoggin, Cumberland, York as well as the state of New Hampshire counties: Coos, Grafton and Carroll

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