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Madison, Maine

Somerset county. This township lies on the E. side of Kennebec river, 34 miles N. from Augusta, and bounded S. by Norridgewock. It was incorporated in 1804. Population, 1830, 1,272; 1837, 1,608. It is watered by a beautiful pond, the outlet of which is at Skowhegan. There are three pleasant villages in the town:—the people are generally husbandmen. The best compliment that can be paid to the soil is that it produced, without any extraordinary effort, 10,188 bushels of wheat, in 1837.


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