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Located at the mouth of the Upper Salmon River, E of Fundy National Park, 9.81 km WSW of Waterside: Alma Parish, Albert County: settled in 1810 by settlers from Nova Scotia and called Salmon River: PO Salmon River 1848-1873: in 1871 Salmon River had a population of 250: renamed Alma in 1873: PO Alma from 1873: in 1904 Alma was a terminus of the Albert Southern Railway and a settlement with 1 post office, 5 stores, 3 hotels, 3 sawmills, 2 churches and a population of 350: included the community of Alma West which is now within Fundy National Park: PO Alma West 1923-1949: Alma was incorporated as a village in 1966.

Latitude : 45° 36'

Longitude : 64° 57'

County : Albert

Parish : Alma

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CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Upper Salmon River 2.59 270° W
Hastings 2.59 270° W
Butland Settlement 3.89 270° W
Point Wolfe 4.31 245° WSW
Sinclair Hill 4.53 35° NE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.