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Lovell's 1871 Business Directory

Alphabetical Listing of Communities

Fogo & Twillingate Communitities

This area basically covers from White Bay through Notre Dame Bay and Sir Charles Hamilton Sound to Bonivista Bay.
Apsey Cove Back Cove Barr'd Islands Beaver Cove Black Island No. 1 Black Island No. 2
Blackhead Cove Burton's Pond Burying Place Cann Islands Cape Fogo Caplin Cove
Cat Harbor Change Islands Clark's Head Dark Tickles Deadmans Bay Doting Cove
Exploits Brunt Island Eastern Tickle Exploits River Flurry's Bight Fogo Fortune Harbor
Hall's Bay Hare Bay Herring Neck Indian Cove Indian Islands Island Harbor
Jackson's Arm (Fogo) Joe Batt's Arm King's Cove (Fogo) Leading Tickles Lions Den Little Bay Island
Little Fogo Islands Little Seldon-Come-By Loon Bay Man Point Morton's Harbor Muddy Hole (Fogo)
(Also called Musgrave Harbor)
Musgrave Town New Bay Nimrod Nipper's Harbor Noggin Cove Northern Harbor
Pearce's Harbor Pussett's Cove Rocky Bay Rouges Harbor Round Harbor (Fogo) Salt Island
Sandy Cove (Fogo) Seldom-Come-By Shoal Bay (Fogo) Shoe Cove (Fogo) Snooks Arm Stocking Harbor
Sunday Cove Island Three Arms Tilt Cove Tilton Harbor Tizzard's Harbor Tory Town
Trump Island Twillingate Virgin Arm Waldron's Cove Ward's Harbor Webber's Bight
Westernhead Wild Bight Wild Cove      

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