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Carleton Place     (Town & Municipality)
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Other Names (also known as):
Former Name(s): Morphy's Mills; Carlton Place

Geographic*: Beckwith Township & Ramsay Township, Lanark County
Municipal: Carleton Place

Established c1819 with the arrival of settlers; Named Carlton Place after a square in Glasgow, Scotland; Officially named Carleton Place in 1829 when the post office was established under this name; Became a village in 1870

One of Ontario's Municipalities; Incorporated 1890

Source(s) of Information: Scott's Canadian Sourcebook 2002, Southam Information Products Group, 37th Edition

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