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 would settle along the Atlantic coast in the summer and move in land to the lakes in the winter. They lived on the Aspotogan until the beginning of World War II (1939).

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