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  • Sketch of Land Purchase from the Mississague Indians 1805
    Sketch of Land Purchase from the Mississague Indians 1805
    image  1805,     In 1787-88 the Toronto Purchase was made in absence of legal documents between Sir John Johnson and the Mississagas, because of the former absence of legal documents the agreements was confirmed in 1805 with the Mississaga Indians at the River Credit reaffirming the old boundaries of 1787-88.
    image  1805,   In 1787-88 the Toronto Purchase was made in absence of legal documents between Sir John Johnson and the Mississagas, because of the former absence of legal documents the agreements was ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Credit Indian Village Sign, Credit River
    Credit Indian Village Sign, Credit River
    image       Sign reads: "In 1826 the government assisted a band of Mississauga, who had recently been converted to Christianity, to settle in this vicinity, and within five years laid out a village plot and constructed log cottages and sawmill. Methodist missionaries notably Peter Jones and Egerton Ryerson, ministered to the converts, ...
    image     Sign reads: "In 1826 the government assisted a band of Mississauga, who had recently been converted to Christianity, to settle in this vicinity, and within five years laid out a ...
    Mississauga Library System
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