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Georgetown is a community in the town of Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada and is part of the Regional Municipality of Halton.
The town includes several small villages or settlements such as Norval, Limehouse, Stewarttown and Glen Williams near Georgetown and another large population centre, Acton.
By 1650, the Hurons had been wiped out by European diseases and the Iroquois.
The region was now open to the Algonquian Ojibwa (also known as Mississauga).
By 1850 the remaining Mississauga natives were removed to the Six Nations Reserve, where the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation Reserve was established.
Georgetown grew as new neighbourhoods were added.
The oldest section is around Main Street and Church Street.
The arrival of the railway produced a new section — around King Street and Queen Street.
The Delrex subdivision was the third part of the town that was added. Shortly after Delrex, Moore Park was developed.
In 1989, the Georgetown South development began and the town has grown considerably since that point.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgetown,_Ontario, http://www.susanlougheed.com/Introduction-to-the-Neighbourhoods-of-Georgetown