Artondale extends north and west of the head of Wollochet Bay. Settlement started here in 1877, serving as a banking and shipping point. The community had two brickyards. Approximately 150 people lived in the community in the 1880s with early settlers establishing orchards and farms after clearing the forests.

Cromwell, along Hale Passage, was originally called Little Norway because of the many Norwegian immigrants settling the area starting in the 1980s. Farming and ranching were the common early activities in the area. The name of the community was changed in 1902 when John Cromwell from the federal post office answered the local residents petition for mail delivery service. The first post office and school in the area were established about 1900.

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