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Harrison, Cumberland County

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Cumberland County (set off from York County in 1760)


1805 from parts of Otisfield and Bridgton

Boundary Changes

Land was set off to form Naples in 1834.

Parts of Bridgton were annexed in 1866 and 1877

This town's boundary with Bridgton was redefined in 2003 as the center of Long Lake

Villages, Locations and Settlements

Bolsters Mills (Bolster's Mills), Caswells Corner (Caswell's Corner), Deer Hill, Harrison, Maple Ridge, Scribners Mill, South Harrison, Stuarts Corner, Summit Hill, Temple Hill, Twin Bridges, West Harrison (former post office at Harrison)

Adjacent Towns and Townships

Bridgton, Naples, Norway, Otisfield, Waterford


Maine Historical Maps: Harrison

Miscellaneous Resources

History of the Harrison Baptist Church

Military Records

World War I Soldiers Index: Harrison

General Resources

FamilySearch Catalog: Harrison, Cumberland, Maine

Official Website: Town of Harrison

Maine Memory Network: Harrison


______, 1929-1930 directory of Bridgton, Casco, Harrison, Naples and Raymond : combining four separate and distinct directories (Portland, Me. : Fred L. Tower, 1929)

Jones, Herbert G., Sebago Lake Land in History, Legend & Romance; (1949)

Mitchell, Harold Edward, The Town Register, Otisfield, Harrison, Naples and Sebago: 1906 (Brunswick, Me.: H. E. Mitchell Co., 1906)

Moulton, Alphonso, et al., comp. and ed., Centennial History of Harrison, Maine (Portland, Me., 1909)

Ridlon, Rev. Gideon Tibbetts, Early settlers of Harrison, Maine with an historical sketch of the settlement, progress and present condition of the town (Skowhegan, Me.: Kilby & Woodbury, printers, 1877)

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