Cooksville Gallery

The area around the Hurontario Street and Dundas Street intersection was originally known as Harrisville, named for Daniel Harris, who in 1809 purchased land and built a sawmill there. When Harris returned to the United States, Jacob Cook bought land and settled there in 1819 and the village was renamed Cooksville. In the 1870s Cooksville was chosen as the site of the Toronto Township Hall and remained the centre of the township until the development of the City Centre to the north.

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Cecil and Leslie Burrows, Cooksville
Cecil and Leslie Burrows, Cooksville
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Centennial Celebrations, Confederation Square, Cooksville.
Centennial Celebrations, Confederation Square, Cooksville.
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Central Library, Cooksville
Central Library, Cooksville
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Central Library, Cooksville
Central Library, Cooksville
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Centre Road (Hwy 10), Cooksville
Centre Road (Hwy 10), Cooksville
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Chatterbox Restaurant and B-A Gas Station, Cooksville
Chatterbox Restaurant and B-A Gas Station, Cooksville
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Chatterbox Restaurant and Gulf Gas Station, Cooksville
Chatterbox Restaurant and Gulf Gas Station, Cooksville
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Chatterbox Restaurant and Gulf Gas Station, Cooksville
Chatterbox Restaurant and Gulf Gas Station, Cooksville
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Chief Fred King, his wife and Mayor Robert Speck, Cooksville
Chief Fred King, his wife and Mayor Robert Speck, Cooksville
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Chief Fred King, his wife and Mayor Robert Speck, Cooksville
Chief Fred King, his wife and Mayor Robert Speck, Cooksville
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City of Mississauga Council, 1977-1978
City of Mississauga Council, 1977-1978
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City plaque, CPR underpass, Confederation Parkway, Cooksville
City plaque, CPR underpass, Confederation Parkway, Cooksville
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Claremont Mississauga Insurance Brokers, Inc., Cooksville
Claremont Mississauga Insurance Brokers, Inc., Cooksville
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Claremont Mississauga Insurance Brokers, Inc., Cooksville
Claremont Mississauga Insurance Brokers, Inc., Cooksville
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Claremont Mississauga Insurance Brokers, Inc., Cooksville
Claremont Mississauga Insurance Brokers, Inc., Cooksville
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Claremont Mississauga Insurance Brokers, Inc., Cooksville
Claremont Mississauga Insurance Brokers, Inc., Cooksville
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Cliff Family, Cooksville
Cliff Family, Cooksville
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Colonel Kennedy and His Men, Cooksville
Colonel Kennedy and His Men, Cooksville
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Colonel Kennedy and His Regiment 1914, Cooksville
Colonel Kennedy and His Regiment 1914, Cooksville
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Colonel Kennedy and His Regiment at Retreat, Cooksville
Colonel Kennedy and His Regiment at Retreat, Cooksville
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