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Veazie, the smallest town in Penobscot County (consisting of four square miles or 2,560 acres), is about a mile north of Bangor. Until its incorporation in 1853, Veazie was a part of Bangor, known both as Ward 7 and as North Bangor. Its early history must therefore include some of the story of Bangor and early settlements and/or fortifications along the Penobscot River.
Hamilton, Jean, "History of Veazie, Maine" (2003). Maine Town Documents. 9474.
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