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The group of towns included in this work are located in the southeastern portion of the county of Waldo, adjacent to the city of Belfast. The region in which they lie is, for the most part hilly and broken, rimmed by low-lying mountains which extend almost to the waters of Penobscot Bay. Portions of the mountain chain extending across the country separate the land into valleys and small plateaus which afford much excellent land for agriculture, the occupation in which most of the inhabitants are engaged. Combining the attractions of seashore and mountain, and abounding in beautiful lakes and streams, this section presents manifold attractions to every lover of the beautiful. These towns are closely connected both from an historical and from a geographical point of view and have a common origin.
Mitchell, Harry Edward; Lawton, P. I.; and Bryant, A. J., "Town register: Lincolnville, Northport, Belmont, Morrill, Searsmont and Waldo" (1907). Maine History Documents. 39.
Mitchell, H. E., P. I. Lawton, and A. J. Bryant. 1907. The town register: Lincolnville, Northport, Belmont, Morrill, Searsmont and Waldo, 1907. Brunswick, Me: H.E. Mitchell Co.
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