CREDIT VALLEY GATEWAY: THE STORY OF PORT CREDIT.

By: Clarkson, Betty.

Price: $20.00 USD

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Book Condition: Very Good


230 pp, 8vo (9" H) - green cloth with gold lettering on spine/front board. B&w photographs, reproductions, maps. Chapter headings: A Look at Port Credit Today; The Early Years; The Mississauga Indians and Trading; John Graves Simcoe; The Government Inn; Sale of Indian Land 1805; The Old Survey; The War of 1812-14; The Government Builds an Indian Village; Early Neighbours; The Mouth of the Credit; The Government Plans a Village and Harbour; Rebellion Years 1837; Growth of the Village; Government; The 1850's and the Railway; The Great Fire of 1855; Telegraph and Stonehookers; Mr. Capreol and Confederation; A Ride Through Port Credit in 1880; The End of the Century; Port Credit Becomes a Resort Area; Industry and Education; Port Credit Becomes an Incorporated Village; The Harbour; Yesterday and Today; A Walk Through the Old Section; Bibliography; Acknowledgements; Index. Two tiny corner bumps, light wear at corners and top/bottom of spine, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, very minor soiling, faint foxing marks near fore-edge of copyright and dedication pages.

Title: CREDIT VALLEY GATEWAY: THE STORY OF PORT CREDIT.

Author Name: Clarkson, Betty.

Categories: Canada - Ontario, Canada - Native Peoples,

Publisher: Port Credit, Ontario, Port Credit Public Library Board, Port Credit, Ontario, 1967.: 1967

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 25941

Keywords: Port Credit, Ontario, Mississauga Indians, John Graves Simcoe, Government Inn, War 1812, River, 1837 Rebellion, Railways, Fires, Capreol, Harbours, Harbors, Floods, Storms, Stonehookers, Algonkian, Augustus Jones, John Miller, James Robinson Shaw, Alex Blakely, Abram Block, Bridges, Church England, Anglican, Methodist, Joseph Clarkson, James Cotton, Charles Hamilton, Captain Al Hare, Ingersoll, Naish, Railways, Schools, C.H.J. Snider, Wigwams, Wilcox.,