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Acton Vale, Québec, Canada (Saint-André-d'Acton) - 1832 - ACTON,


a township in the co. of Drummond, is bounded E. by Roxton and ELy, W. by Upton and N.N.E. by Grantham, Wickham, and Durham. About one half has been surveyed and granted, but no part is settled. The land is level, and, lying rather low, is overspread with several swamps covered with spruce, fir, white pine, cedar, &c.; the drier tracts are timbered with ash, beech, maple, and birch. It is watered by two large branches of the R. Yamaska. - Ungranted and unlocated, 9372 acres, exclusive of reservations - 1st Sept. 1829.

A Topographical Dictionary of The Province of Lower Canada by Joseph Bouchette, Esq., London, 1832

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Acton Vale, Québec, Canada (Saint-André-d'Acton)

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