Former and merged community names include: · Port North · Manchester · Campbelltown
The area was settled in 1784 by Loyalist soldiers and refugees of the American Revolution.
Construction of a hydroelectric power system on the East River in the 1920s destroyed the salmon population and decimated the local fishing industry.
Historic sites and museums: MacPhee House Museum
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