Ontario's Historical Plaques 

Discover Ontario's history as told through its plaques

2004 - Now in our 15th Year - 2019

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Photo by Alan L Brown - Posted April, 2004

Plaque Location

The Region of Peel
The City of Mississauga
In Streetsville, at the Memorial Cemetery beside a church
on the east side of Queen Street South
two blocks south of Thomas Street
(Note: As of June 2009, this plaque is missing)

Coordinates: N 43 34.714 W 79 42.558


Plaque Text

By 1825, six years after the first settlers came into this part of Toronto Township, a thriving community, containing grist and sawmills, a tannery and a distillery, had developed here on the Credit river. Named after Timothy Street, who began several of the early industries and donated the land for this cemetery, Streetsville had a population of 500 by 1837 and was the largest village in the Home District. While several industries, notably the Hyde mills, flourished during the 1840's, Streetsville lost its dominance in the region when it failed to obtain railway connections until 1879. It was incorporated as a Village, with about 1000 inhabitants, in 1858 and as a Town in 1962. Twelve years later it became part of the City of Mississauga.


Mississauga Plaques

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