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Sheridan Homelands

The history of the neighbourhood plays a vital role in the identity of its residents. If you have lived in the neighbourhood for many years, the neighbourhood history is a heartfelt reminder of days gone by.

If you have just come to call the neighbourhood home, it is a way to learn more about the new community you have joined. We would love nothing more than to share the history of the neighbourhood with all who reside here.

The name 'Sheridan Homelands' has some historical connection: Sheridan refers to the small village which has disappeared (there is a cairn and silo remaining) and was named after an English playwright. Homelands refers to the 'Home District'
which preceded the formation of Peel and Halton Counties.

The following articles have been kindly submitted by Matt Wilkinson - Heritage Mississauga -THANKS MATT!!

Several books have been printed pertaining to our history.

'Erindale at The Crook of the Credit' by Jean Adamson
'Erindale the Pretty Little Village' by Verna Mae Weeks
'Mississauga: Where the River Speaks' by Alan Skeoch
'Mississauga:The First 10,000 Years' Heritage Mississauga

Click Here For Historical pictures

Click Here For Sheridan Listings

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