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Located 2.48 km E of Dalhousie: Dalhousie Parish, Restigouche County: probably named for Peter Bonamy, to whom land was granted here before 1798: later referred to as Inch Arran for the Scottish birthplace of Captain John Hamilton, who purchased the land in 1829: became the site of a luxury resort in 1884 and hosted guests who included Sir John Hamilton: the resort burned in 1921, and the site was established as a park by the Town of Dalhousie in 1960.

Latitude : 48° 4'

Longitude : 66° 21'

County : Restigouche

Parish : Dalhousie

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Dalhousie 2.48 270° W
Indian Ranch Indian Reserve 2.48 270° W
Darlington 3.1 233° SW
Eel River Bar First Nation, Ugpi’ganjig 4.46 214° SW
McNeish 4.96 270° W
Peuplier Point 4.96 270° W
Cooks Crossing 4.96 270° W
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.