Town Square in Oxford, PA
Oxford, also infrequently called New Oxford, is a small town in southeastern Pennsylvania.

It was founded in the early 19th Century as a halfway stopping point between Baltimore and Philadelphia. Today, it is best known for its New England architecture, history, and as the location of Lincoln University, the first black university in the United States.

People Born in Oxford

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Oxford in People's Lives

Abigail Breslin: I filmed scenes of the movie Signs here in 2001, when I was just five years old.

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