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North Oxford, Maine

Summary
North Oxford is an unorganized territory in Oxford County, Maine, United States. The population was 16 at the 2020 census. Geography According to the United States Census Bureau, the unorganized territory has a total area of 546.2 square miles (1,414.7 km2), of which 509.6 square miles (1,319.9 km2) is land and 36.6 square miles (94.8 km2) (6.70%) is water. The territory consists of fifteen townships, which are Riley, Grafton, Andover North Surplus, Andover West Surplus, Township C, C Surplus, Richardsontown, Adamstown, Lower Cupsuptic, Parkertown, Upper Cupsuptic, Lynchtown, Oxbow, Parmachenee, and Bowmantown. The terrain is mountainous, with little level ground suitable for raising crops; and the elevation causes frost in June and August, leaving a growing season of approximately 60 days. History of Grafton Grafton, the southernmost township, was the only township to achieve incorporation. The first European settler was James Bro
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