Fairfield Maine, Somerset Co. 1895
George E. Norris
54.6 x 70.5 cm
Maine Historic Preservation Commission
Population of City/Town at Time of Publication
Description of City/Town
While much of Fairfield was devoted to agriculture, Kendall’s Mills, the principal village, was the center of several industries. The Kennebec River provided waterpower for sawmills, planning mills, and door, sash and blind factories. In addition to wood products, local businesses included a corn cannery, a clothing factory, a grist mill, and a tannery.
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Fairfield, Somerset County, Maine, Bird's eye, View, Map