Charlevoix, a N. W. county of Michigan, bordering on Lake Michigan, and intersected by Green river; area, about 500 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 1,724. Its N. W. shore is deeply indented by Little Traverse bay, and two or three considerable lakes lie wholly or partly within its boundaries. The chief productions in 1870 were 5,527 bushels of wheat, 5,155 of Indian corn, 3,251 of oats, 31,310 of potatoes, and 18,0GG lbs. of maple sugar. The value of live stock was $28,G02. Capital, Charlevoix.
Charlevoix, an E. county of Quebec, Cana- da, bounded N. E. by the river Saguenay, and S. E. by the St. Lawrence; area, 5,224 sq. m.; pop. in 1871, 15,611, all but 341 of French descent, and all but 9 Roman Catholics. It is traversed by the Laurentian mountains, and much of the rest of the surface is rugged, and some of it mountainous. The rivers Gouffre, Malbaie, Menin, Bouchard, and Noire fall into the St. Lawrence; the Petit Saguenay into the Saguenay. Numerous lakes are interspersed over the surface. Capital, Baie St. Paul.