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(Still called Bacon,
but is a part of Conception Harbour)

Population in 1966, was 99

Bacon Cove, now a part of Conception Harbor, is located on tip of a slim peninsula jutting out at the head of Conception Bay. This fishing settlement, which was recorded as the two settlements of Upper and Lower Bacon Cove until 1921, has also been called Horse Cove and Beacon Cove (Census: 1869; 1874), the latter perhaps referring to a light on the headland.



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Updated: By: Ivy F. Benoit June 16, 2002

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