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Another point of interesting Oakville history comes between 18 when the Underground Railroad secretly transported thousands of fugitive slaves across the Canadian border from America.
Oakville Harbour was where many of the slaves would first see Canada, and during the middle of the 19th century Oakville's churches, schools and businesses were integrated.
In 1834 Oakville was officially declared a port of entry, and a customs house was established, to be run by Robert Kerr after Chisolm's death in 1842.
The village became an official town in 1857, and Chisolm's son George King Chisholm was its first mayor.
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By 1820 the Mississaugas had sold the remaining lands in the area to the Crown, and a man named William Chisolm would begin to develop the area.
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After purchasing 960 acres of land around the Sixteen Mile Creek area in 1827, William began building the first privately owned harbour in Upper Canada.