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Waterville

Kennebec County,

Maine

The Heart of the Kennebec
Elm City


The Maine state capital is Augusta.


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The population of Waterville is approximately 17,173 (1990), 15722 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 6,714 (1990), 6370 (2010).

The amount of land area in Waterville is 35.221 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 1.214 sq kilometers.
The distance from Waterville to Washington DC is 560 miles. The distance to the Maine state capital is 15 miles. (as the crow flies)
Waterville is positioned 44.54 degrees north of the equator and 69.66 degrees west of the prime meridian.

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Location

Waterville location: just north of Augusta

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History & History Related Items

Waterville history:

A History page for Waterville.
Waterville became an official town when it split off from Winslow on June 23, 1802, approved by the Massachusetts Legislature. There were 800 residents at the time. Later on February 26, 1873, West Waterville split off from Waterville to form its own town. On March 10, 1883, it changed its name to Oakland.
The settling of Waterville: 1653 by the English
The incorporation date of Waterville: 1802 (town). City Charter was adopted on January 23, 1888

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Economy & Industry

Waterville economy: Waterville, once mostly an industrial center, now has evolved into a town of a large economic base. Textiles continue to be an important part of the economy, but also seen are retail, service, academic, cultural and industrial aspects.
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