Scoudouc, New Brunswick

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Scoudouc
Village
Former Owens-Illinois glass plant in Scoudouc, New Brunswick. It was constructed in an aircraft hangar, part of an abandoned World War II air base. O-I was the latest in a long list of owners of the glass manufacturing plant.
Former Owens-Illinois glass plant in Scoudouc, New Brunswick. It was constructed in an aircraft hangar, part of an abandoned World War II air base. O-I was the latest in a long list of owners of the glass manufacturing plant.
Scoudouc is located in New Brunswick
Scoudouc
Scoudouc
The location of Scoudouc within New Brunswick.
Coordinates: 46°10′07″N 64°33′45″W / 46.168657°N 64.562616°W / 46.168657; -64.562616Coordinates: 46°10′07″N 64°33′45″W / 46.168657°N 64.562616°W / 46.168657; -64.562616
Country  Canada
Province New Brunswick
County Westmorland County
Parish Shediac Parish
Metropolitan areas of New Brunswick Greater Shediac
Founded 1898
Government
 • Governing Body Scoudouc Village Council
Area
 • Total 2.00 km2 (0.77 sq mi)
Population (2011)
 • Total 200
 • Density 464.9/km2 (1,204/sq mi)
Time zone AST (UTC−4)
 • Summer (DST) ADT (UTC−3)
Area code(s) 506

History[edit]

Located near Scoudouc River, 6.13 km SSW of Shediac: Shediac Parish, Westmorland County: William Francis Ganong identified the Mi'kmaq name for Scoudouc River as Oumskoodook: PO Scadouc 1890-1932: in 1898 "Scadouc" was a farming and lumbering settlement with 1 store, 1 sawmill, 1 church and a population of about 200: also called Bellevue Settlement: included the community of Dorchester Crossing: PO from 1885: in 1898 Dorchester Crossing was a farming and lumbering settlement with 1 post office, 1 sawmill, 1 grist mill and a population of 250: PO Scoudouc 1932-1961.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Details of Scoudouc History, Government of Canada.
  2. ^ Scoudouc Industrial Park Poised for Growth, Greater Moncton.