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The Town of Oxford is a small vibrant community located in southern Worcester County. Originally founded by the Huguenots in 1713, it has been home to such dignitaries as Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross, and Dr. Eliott P. Joslin, noted pioneer in the field of diabetes. Oxford, which is heaped with historical tradition, is home to many of the original Slater Mills, which were an integral part of the Industrial Revolution in New England. Present-day Oxford is primarily a residential community with a small mix of industrial and commercial activity. Centered in the middle of the town is a 1,000-acre flood plain and wildlife management area. Excellent schools and strong government are the hallmarks of this typical New England town.
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