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The chief manufacturies at Wilton village are the Furnel woolen factories, a superior flour-mill, the Wilton Cheese Factory, and a tannery. The manufactures are furniture, leather, boots, cloths (meltons, cassimeres and repellants), shingles, boards, scythe-sharpeners, potash, flour and meal, canned corn (2 factories), etc. Wilton Village...occupies the bottom and side of a picturesque valley, with a wild wood on the opposite hillside; and between this and the principal street for a fourth of a mile rushes Wilson’s Stream, which furnishes the power of both villages….In a commanding position stands the noble building of Wilton Academy.
A Gazetteer of the State of Maine, George J. Varney, 1881, 1886
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Wilton, Franklin County, Maine, Bird's eye, View, Map