Kingfield, Me. Franklin Co. 1895.
George E. Norris
40.6 x 74.9 cm
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Kingfield village is situated on the Carrabasset River in the south-western part of the town. Kingfield has a lumber and shingle-mill, and a grist-mill. Other manufactures are carriages, rakes, axes, saw-horses, etc. The village is 20 miles from Farmington in a northerly direction. The town was incorporated in 1816, being named in honor of William King, the first governor of Maine, who was a large proprietor and temporary resident.
A Gazetteer of the State of Maine, George J. Varney, 1881, 1886
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