Dixfield, Maine. 1896
31 x 56 cm
Maine Historic Preservation Commission
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Dixfield was first settled in 1795. Dixfield Village developed on the Webb River with sawmills, a box factory, and a grist mill. A stage line between Bryant Pond and North Jay provided connections for Dixfield to railroad lines in both towns.
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Dixfield, Oxford County, Maine, Bird's eye, View, Map