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Brigham

Brigham is named for the owner of a brick factory, which was this area’s largest business in the mid-19th century. Tangible signs of the past include two covered bridges, one of which underwent major restoration in 2001; the neo-Renaissance Brigham Manor (1865), as well as the Brigham United Church (1872), both of which have been converted into private homes; and numerous houses dating from 1865 through 1890. Living in a predominantly rural and agricultural setting, Brigham’s residents enjoy excellent market garden produce from neighbouring farms, and visitors delight in the three vineyards and numerous maple syrup operations.

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2,340

Brigham

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"T" marks the spots where you'll find some of the most delicious local flavours.
Cabane à sucre du Pic Bois

Brigham

Calling all food lovers!
"T" marks the spots where you'll find some of the most delicious local flavours.
Vignoble La Mission

Brigham

Calling all food lovers!
"T" marks the spots where you'll find some of the most delicious local flavours.
Vignoble de la Bauge

Brigham

Calling all food lovers!
"T" marks the spots where you'll find some of the most delicious local flavours.
Vignoble Bromont

Brigham

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