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43 individual Jews with strong ties to Androscoggin County (excluding Lewiston Auburn area) of which 20 records have the Old Country origin of first-generation immigrants 1 burial record in Jewish cemeteries for which there are 2 headstone images 9 organizations important to the Androscoggin County (excluding Lewiston Auburn area) Jewish community of which 2 are Jewish community institutions and 2 are businesses important to the Androscoggin County (excluding Lewiston Auburn area) Jewish community 7 bibliographic citations and sources pertaining to Androscoggin County (excluding Lewiston Auburn area) of which 4 are photographs and 1 is a oral history
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