Newry, a town in Oxford County, incorporated on June 15, 1805 from Bostwick Plantation. In 1837 it annexed land from Andover Surplus West and township A2.
Settled in 1781, Newry, on Maine Route 26, is the Maine gateway to the hiking trails, including the Appalachian Trail, of Grafton Township.
Grafton Notch State Park features the Notch formed by Old Spec Mountain and Bald Mountain. In the Notch, Screw Auger Falls has worn deep holes into solid rock by the swirling water of the Bear River.
The Step Falls Preserve, on Route 26, was the first preserve of the Maine Chapter of the Nature Conservancy; with 24 acres of cascades and pools which drop 200 feet in a quarter-mile.
From Maine: An Encyclopedia (www.themaineencyclopedia.com)
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