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Located 3.93 km NNW of St. Andrews: Saint Andrews Parish, Charlotte County: first settled in 1785: included the community and railway station called St. Andrews North: William Francis Ganong identified the Passamaquoddy name for Chamcook as K'tchum'cook or Shamcook: PO Chamcook 1860-1882 and 1915-1970: in 1866 Chamcook was a fishing, farming and shipbuilding settlement with about 90 families: in 1871 it was a flag station on the New Brunswick and Canada Railway and had a population of 150: in 1904 Chamcook was a station on the Canadian Pacific Railway with 1 post office, 1 summer hotel, 1 flour and feed mill, 1 church and a population of 300.

Latitude : 45° 7'

Longitude : 67° 4'

County : Charlotte

Parish : Saint Andrews

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Pearl Harbour 1.31 270° W
Pearls Corner 1.31 270° W
Chamcook Corner 1.31 270° W
Edwards Corner 1.31 270° W
Chamcook Lake 1.85 0° N
Bar Road 2.27 145° SE
Wileys Corner 2.62 270° W
Ministers Island 3.21 125° SE
Van Hornes Island 3.21 125° SE
Covenhoven 3.21 125° SE
Dougherty 3.93 341° NNW
Connosquamcook 3.93 161° SSE
St. Andrews 3.93 161° SSE
Bayside 4.34 295° WNW
Lower Bayside 4.34 295° WNW
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.