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Conestogo is a community in the Canadian province of Ontario, located in the township of Woolwich in Waterloo Region.
The population in 2016 was 1,270.
The area in the vicinity of present day Conestogo was first settled in 1820s, on the Grand and Conestogo Rivers.
The first settlers were predominantly Mennonites who had emigrated from Pennsylvania, settling on land laid out by David Musselman and Charles Hendry.
They were followed by people of German and British background.
The first mill in Woolwich Township was built in Conestogo in 1846 by David Musselman powered by the Conestogo River. Two large flax mills were soon built.
The Post Office was established in 1849 by Charles Hendry.
By the middle of the 19th century, Conestogo was a thriving community of about 300 people.
It boasted a number of businesses, including a foundry, flour mill, sawmill, furniture factory, paint factory, flax mill, distillery, four hotels, three blacksmiths, two wagon makers and a cooperage, among others. Two local brickyards produced the bricks of which many Conestoga buildings were constructed. Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conestogo,_Ontario, https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Tourism-g4171797-Conestogo_Region_of_Waterloo_Ontario-Vacations.html