Aspotogan

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Aspotogan Peninsula - History: Eighteenth Century - Newfoundland Irish
... The Acadians never lived on the Aspotogan Peninsula however, their presence in Nova Scotia significantly influenced immigration to the colony ... Protestants, the first immigrants to settle the Aspotogan Peninsula may have been Newfoundland Irish, who were Catholics ... Those who settled in the Aspotogan Peninsula seemed to have left the area after a short time ...
Aspotogan Peninsula - History: Eighteenth Century - New England Planters
... Prior to 1767, the Protestants who settled the Aspotogan Peninsula were the New England Planters, primarily from Massachusetts ... England Planters eventually crossed Mahone Bay to settle on the Aspotogan Peninsula ... Franklin’s return, by 1767 there were also 62 English living on the Aspotogan ...
Aspotogan Peninsula - History: Eighteenth Century - Mi'kmaq
... The Aspotogan was first settled by Mi’kmaq who were a nomadic people ... Mi’kmaq sites have been found in Fox Point, Northwest Cove, the village of Aspotogan and East River ... They lived on the Aspotogan until the beginning of World War II (1939) ...
Aspotogan, Nova Scotia - Transportation
... Aspotogan is on the Lighthouse Route (Nova Scotia Route 329) ... There is a public wharf in Aspotogan Harbor ...