Rural Maine Jews
Those Living Outside of Urban Jewish Communites

 Androscoggin County (excluding Lewiston Auburn area) 44
 Cumberland County (excluding Greater Portland) 336
 Franklin County 33
 Hancock County 149
  Kennebec County (excluding Greater Augusta and Waterville) 64
 Knox County (excluding Greater Rockland) 5
 Lincoln County 75
 Oxford County 115
 Penobscot County (excluding Greater Bangor and Old Town - Orono) 115
 Piscataquis County 30
  Sagadahoc County (excluding Bath) 38
 Somerset County 86
 Waldo County (excluding Belfast) 38
 Washington County (excluding Greater Calais) 60
  York County (excluding Greater Biddeford, OOB, and Sanford-Springvale) 459


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