AT THE MOUTH OF THE CREDIT.

By: Clarkson, Betty. With contributions by Lorne Joyce and Harold Hare.

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72 pp, 8 3/4" H. B&w maps, photographs, drawings. Errata sheet tipped in. Contents: The Mississauga Indians; The Government Inn at the Mouth of the Credit River; Survey and Settlement, 1805-1818 Treaty L and; The Credit Harbour Becomes a Shipping Centre; The Government Builds a Log Village for the Indians; The Government Plans a Village at the Credit Harbour; Rebellion Years 1837; Government and the Coming of the Railway; Stone Hooking and Fishing (by Lorne Joyce); The 1855 Harbour Fire, and the Coming of the Railway; Old Port Credit (from a talk by Harold Hare); Port Credit Becomes an Incorporated Village; Port Credit Today. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright.

Title: AT THE MOUTH OF THE CREDIT.

Author Name: Clarkson, Betty. With contributions by Lorne Joyce and Harold Hare.

Categories: Canada - Ontario, Canada - Native Peoples,

Edition: Reprint

Publisher: Erin, Ontario, Boston Mills Press: 1988

ISBN Number: 0919822169

ISBN Number 13: 9780919822160

Binding: Stapled in Wraps

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 29256

Keywords: Mississauga Indians, Credit River, Port Credit, Credit Harbour, Local history, Fishing, Railways, Native peoples, Lake Ontario, Treaty Lands, Surveys, Settlements, Ontario, 19th Century, Shipping, Rebellion 1837, Government, Stone Hooking, Fires, Villages, Harold Hare, Lorne Joyce, Education, Schools, Toronto Township, Police Villages, Transportation.,