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History of Unity

$12.95

A reprint of the 1916 edition of the same title, this books provides the reader with an insight to the establishment and foundation of the small community of Unity, Maine. “The town of Unity, Waldo County, Maine, is situated twenty-five miles northwest of Belfast, on the Belfast branch of the Maine Central Railroad. The town was a part of the Plymouth Grant. It was incorporated June 22, 1804, the one hundred fifty-third town, and was called Unity because of ‘Unison in Political Sentiment.’ ” Although the first settler came in 1782, Unity was to become one of the leading small farming communities of Waldo County. With quaint descriptions of all the pertinent segments of a small community, Mr. Taber’s writing of Unity allows the readers of today to just sit under a tree, or on one’s own porch or in a living room, and, while reading, believe yourself to be there. 6x9, paperbound, 132 total pages, indexed. ISBN: 9781935573654.