Windham is a town in Cumberland County, settled in 1735 and incorporated on June 12, 1762 from New Marblehead Plantation.
A mill was erected at Mallinson (Horseshoe) Falls as early as 1738. The Presumpscot River flows the length of the town from Sebago Lake Basin to Westbrook in the south.
The main village, North Windham, lies adjacent to Sebago Lake and on the shore of Little Sebago Lake at the junction of U.S. Route 302 and Maine Routes 35 and 115. While Route 302 is a long commercial strip, the old meeting house below is adjacent to the Windham Union Church. Built in 1849, the Friends Meeting House is on Route 4 in South Windham.
This recreational and residential community has more than doubled in population from 1970 to 2000.
From Maine: An Encyclopedia (www.themaineencyclopedia.com)
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