Hebron is a town in Oxford County, incorporated on March 6, 1792 from Shepardsfield Plantation, then adjusted its boundaries in 1804, 1818, and 1829.
Settled in 1774, its inhabitants suggested Columbia as a name for the town. Nevertheless, the Massachusetts General Court preferred Hebron, City of Hope, instead.
Hebron Academy is a respected private school established in 1804.
The growing community lies northwest of the Lewiston-Auburn area on Maine Route 119 and 124.
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