Towns – Oxford

Oxford, MA 01534

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Located south of Worcester, Oxford, Massachusetts was once the home of Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross. Oxford has a landmass, preserved by the Army Corps of Engineers and known as Greenbriar, that serves as both a nature preserve and as flood control for the French River, which runs through the center of town.

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Settled: 1687
Incorporated: 1713
County: Worcester

Oxford, MA Population:
2007: 11,366
2000: 13,352

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