CAPE GEORGE BROOK, Antigonish County

A brook flowing east into George Bay near the settlement of Cape George,
sometimes called Wilkie Brook.
 
 

CAPE GEORGE POINT, Antigonish County

A settlement north of Antigonish also called "Point of Cape".  Among the
first grantees were Duncan McDonald, John McDonald, Sr., John McDonald, Jr.,
and Donald Hugh McInnes.

There was a school there in 1827 and Malcolm Campbell was the teacher in 1829.

A postal way office was established in 1863 and in 1898 it had a store, a lobster
factory and a church and a population of 550.  It was also a fishing and farming
settlement noted for the excellent quality of its lamb and mutton.