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A quiet inlet of the Jemseg River, near its junction with the mighty St. John. In the native Malecite language, "Jemseg" means "picking up place," and from earliest European settlement there was a trading post here, commencing in 1659. The area prospered as a trading point and farming community over the centuries, though today it is a forgotten backwater of the region once known as Acadia. The locals seem to like it that way.

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