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Dryden, Maine doesn't seem to be a town

I can find no evidence that Dryden, Maine ever was a "town" with town meetings, town meeting minutes and vital records, and a town record-keeper. It appears to be a community in the Town of Wilton, Maine. Therefore I am changing Dryden's status to "community." If you can cite evidence Dryden has ever been an actual incorporated town in the New England sense of that word, please make a footnote giving that evidence. DiltsGD 12:35, 16 June 2013 (UTC)

Oquossoc, Maine doesn't seem to be a town

I can find no evidence that Oquossoc, Maine ever was a "town" with town meetings, town meeting minutes and vital records, and a town record-keeper. It appears to be a community in the Town of Rangeley, Maine. Therefore I am changing Oquossoc's status to "community." If you can cite evidence Oquossoc has ever been an actual incorporated town in the New England sense of that word, please make a footnote giving that evidence. DiltsGD 20:10, 16 June 2013 (UTC)