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  • QEW Bridge over Credit River
    QEW Bridge over Credit River
    image       The Credit River derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of goods to the Mississauga Indians in exchange for promised loads of animal pelts. On the west side of the river the Mississaugas had their log cabin village where they raised livestock and farmed. ...
    image     The Credit River derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of goods to the Mississauga Indians in exchange for promised loads of animal pelts. ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • QEW Bridge over Credit River
    QEW Bridge over Credit River
    image       The Credit River derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of goods to the Mississauga Indians in exchange for promised loads of animal pelts. On the west side of the river the Mississaugas had their log cabin village where they raised livestock and farmed. ...
    image     The Credit River derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of goods to the Mississauga Indians in exchange for promised loads of animal pelts. ...
    Mississauga Library System
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