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Madison, Maine, USA

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Madison, Somerset, Maine, USA
Originally known as Barnardstown after the principal landowner Moses Barnard, it is said by some that Madison was later named for James Madison, who became US President five years later. The town has also been referred to as Madison Bridge and Norridgewock Falls according to the accounts of Emma Folsom Clark, Madison's early historian.

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Madison, Maine, USA

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Madison, Maine, USA

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1886 - Madison
Madison is a pleasant farming and manufacturing town on the eastern bank of the Kennebec, in the...Read MORE...

1906
Madison, a banking post-village of Somerset co., Me., in Madison township (town), on the Kennebec...Read MORE...


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