This intersection became known as Oshawa's "Four Corners", and was home to the general store and post office.
Hundreds of years ago, the land that became Oshawa started as a fur trade transfer point, when the Mississauga Indians transported animal pelts on their canoes at the Oshawa Harbour to various trading posts at the mouth of the Credit River.
In 1760, the French built a trading post that was shut down after a few year; its ruins were the shelter for the first residents of what subsequently became Oshawa.
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