“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Oxford County, Maine

Clickable Map of Oxford County, Maine and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Oxford County, ME (4) Androscoggin County, ME (50) Cumberland County, ME (182) Franklin County, ME (2) York County, ME (134) Carroll County, NH (42) Coos County, NH (60)  OxfordCounty(4) Oxford County (4)  AndroscogginCounty(50) Androscoggin County (50)  CumberlandCounty(182) Cumberland County (182)  FranklinCounty(2) Franklin County (2)  YorkCounty(134) York County (134)  CarrollCountyNew Hampshire(42) Carroll County (42)  CoosCounty(60) Coos County (60)
Paris is the county seat for Oxford County
Adjacent to Oxford County, Maine
      Androscoggin County (50)  
      Cumberland County (182)  
      Franklin County (2)  
      York County (134)  
      Carroll County, New Hampshire (42)  
      Coos County, New Hampshire (60)  
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1 Maine, Oxford County, Fryeburg — Hemlock BridgeMaine Historic Civil Engineering Landmark
Oldest surviving example of a Paddleford truss system used in a Maine covered bridge. Built in 1857 — Designated on January 17, 2002Map (db m198708) HM
2 Maine, Oxford County, Fryeburg — John StevensAn Early Settler in this Town
In memory of John Stevens an early settler in this town who spent the winter here in 1762-3. Erected by his great grandson — Henry Pierce — of San Francisco California 1902Map (db m155160) HM
3 Maine, Oxford County, Rumford — Memorial Bridge1917 — 1919
dedicated to World War veterans July 4, 1930 under auspices of Napoleon Ouellette Post No. 24 American Legion Dept. of MaineMap (db m198706) WM
4 Maine, Oxford County, Stow — Brickett Place
John and Catharine Brickett settled in this area around 1816. Their original log and wood frame house was later replaced with the present house, built from locally fired clay bricks. At the time, the main route wove through rural Chatham, NH, and . . . Map (db m116161) HM
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Jun. 6, 2023