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Phone Numbers with the (207) 393- Prefix

Area code:207 area code
Usage:Wireless Numbers
Carrier:United States Cellular Corp. - Maine
Current time:11:56am
All Cities Served:Norway, ME
All Counties Served:Oxford County
All Zip Codes Served:04281, 04270, 04268
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Norway, ME

Norway is a town in Oxford County, Maine, United States. The population was 4,611 at the 2000 census. It is home to Lake Pennesseewassee, a recreation area.

The town was first called Rustfield after Henry Rust of Salem, Massachusetts, a large landowner. It was cleared and settled after 1786 by Joseph Stevens, followed by George Leslie, Amos Hobbs, Jeremiah Hobbs, Jonas Stevens and Nathaniel Stevens, together with their families from Gray. Many who moved here had been soldiers in the Revolutionary War, including Phineas Whitney, who fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill. A sawmill and gristmill were established in 1789, and in 1796 the first road was built. Rustfield Plantation was incorporated on March 9, 1797 as Norway. The town had petitioned the Massachusetts General Court to be named Norage, although what the word signified, and why it was changed, is unknown—fire destroyed the town records in 1843. During the Civil War, Norway and other municipalities in Oxford County provided a militia company to the 1st Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment under the command of George Lafayette Beal, who would later rise to the rank of major general and serve as state treasurer from 1888 to 1894.

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