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Cumberland, Maine, USA

Cumberland, Cumberland, ME

is a town in Cumberland County, incorporated on April 2, 1822 from a portion of North Yarmouth.

The town stretches inland from West Cumberland bordering Windham, to Cumberland Foreside on Casco Bay.

It is the birth place in 1797 of Shaker Elder Joseph Brackett, Jr., who wrote the Shaker song, "Simple Gifts." In 1880 its population numbered 1,619.

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