Oakville continued to grow and became industrialized as several oil companies (including Cities Service Canada and Shell Canada) opened, as well as Ford Motor Company's Canadian Headquarters.
1962 saw the merging of Oakville with villages Sheridan, Bronte, Palermo and the rest of Trafalgar Township and Oakville became the new Town of Oakville.
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.
Chisolm was the son of an Empire Loyalist who'd moved his family from Nova Scotia to Burlington Bay and whose main business was buying timber.
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The town's history begins as the home of the Mississauga First Nation, who farmed around the area of Sixteen Mile Creek. was surveyed as a military road by Lieutenant John Graves Simcoe.