|Maine House||District 137|
|Maine Senate||District 6|
|Area sq. mi.||(total) 50.9|
|Area sq. mi.||(land) 50.1|
Total=land+water; Land=land only
It was incorporated on January 24, 1833 from the township T25 ED and a portion of T26 ED.
While an agricultural town in the late 19th century, Wesley had a shingle mill producing 10,000 shingles per day.
Fishing and camping is available at Seavey Lake, Little Seavey Lake and the western shore of Long Lake.
A subdivision accessible by gravel roads exists at the 111-acre Little Seavey Lake off Route 192 about a mile south of Wesley Village.
Blueberry production is a major industry in this Washington County town.
The Jasper Wyman company is the primary employer and owner of the blueberry barrens in the area.
Maine Routes 9 and 192 pass through this sparsely populated, heavily forested area.
Day, J. Wilbur. Autobiography. [undated] (Cataloger Note: J. Wilbur Day was a hunter, guide, and farmer living in Wesley.) [University of Maine, Raymond H. Fogler Library, Special Collections]
Wesley Historical Society. The History of Wesley, Maine. Wesley, Me. Wesley Historical Society. 2011.