Gilead, a town in Oxford County, incorporated on June 23, 1804 from Peabody's Grant.
Settled in 1780, Gilead welcomes the Androscoggin River as it enters from New Hampshire. Located just north of the Maine segment of the White Mountains National Forest, it has spectacular views of the Presidential Range.
Located on U.S. Route 2 as it enters the state and runs along the river, the town lies just west of Bethel.
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