Port Credit Gallery

The Mississauga Indians had an encampment at the mouth of the Credit River and it was here that a French trading post was established about 1720. After the French occupation the British took over the area and purchased land from the Mississaugas. The village of Port Credit was laid out around 1834 and the area began to develop as a trading, fishing and shipping centre. The St. Lawrence Starch Company factory opened in 1889. In the 1930s Lloyd Refineries built an oil refinery in Port Credit which eventually became Texaco Canada Ltd. Port Credit was incorporated as a town in 1961 and amalgamated with the City of Mississauga in 1974.

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Peer House, North Fašade, Port Credit
Peer House, North Fašade, Port Credit
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Peer House, Port Credit
Peer House, Port Credit
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Peer House, Port Credit
Peer House, Port Credit
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Peer House, Port Credit
Peer House, Port Credit
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Peer House, Port Credit
Peer House, Port Credit
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Peer House, Port Credit
Peer House, Port Credit
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Peer House, Port Credit
Peer House, Port Credit
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Peer House, Window, Port Credit
Peer House, Window, Port Credit
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Peer-Malone Residence, Port Credit
Peer-Malone Residence, Port Credit
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Peer Residence, Port Credit
Peer Residence, Port Credit
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Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Double Doors, Port Credit
Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Double Doors, Port Credit
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Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Front Doors, Port Credit
Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Front Doors, Port Credit
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Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Gable and Bay Window, Port Credit
Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Gable and Bay Window, Port Credit
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Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Port Credit
Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Port Credit
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Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Port Credit
Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Port Credit
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Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Port Credit
Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Port Credit
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Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Port Credit
Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Port Credit
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Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Shed, Port Credit
Perrin-Bonner-Bluett Residence, Shed, Port Credit
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Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby), 1802-1856
Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby), 1802-1856
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Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby), 1802-1856, Port Credit
Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby), 1802-1856, Port Credit
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