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Media Types Images   Geographic Location Credit River, north of QEW bridge  
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  • Credit River
    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. The Spirit of the River was reputed to live in a cave on a steep face of land just north ...
    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
  • Credit River Flats
    Credit River Flats
    image       The Credit River widens and becomes shallow just north of the Queen Elizabeth Way. The 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 ...
    image     The Credit River widens and becomes shallow just north of the Queen Elizabeth Way. The river derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Credit River Flats
    Credit River Flats
    image       The Credit River widens and becomes shallow just north of the Queen Elizabeth Way. The 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 ...
    image     The Credit River widens and becomes shallow just north of the Queen Elizabeth Way. The river derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Credit River Flats
    Credit River Flats
    image       The Credit River widens and becomes shallow just north of the Queen Elizabeth Way. The 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 ...
    image     The Credit River widens and becomes shallow just north of the Queen Elizabeth Way. The river derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of ...
    Mississauga Library System
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