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Essex County has a population ofas of the Canada Census. Essex County is largely composed of clay-based soils, with sandy ontario along the beaches and shores.

For the most part, Essex County is flat farmland, with some woodlots. Essex County hosts some of the warmest summer weather in Canadagiven that it is the southernmost part of Canada. Early spring and late summer are the likeliest time for thunderstorm development.

Thunderstorms often break out every five to seven days during the spring and summer. Tornadoes can be likely with certain storms. Southwestern Esssex averages the most tornadoes in Canada. Temperatures usually cool by mid to late October, making way for winter.

Snowfall will usually start between ontario and late-December. The area that has come to be known as Essex was one of the first counties to be settled by non-indigenous people in Upper Canadalater to become Ontario. The settlements were mostly established by French people in the midth century.

Aroundthe first permanent settlements began to appear on what is now the south or Canadian side of the Detroit Riveracross from the French Fort Detroit.

They cultivate long, map plots of land along the river. Despite the name, this is not a eesex map such but a strait connecting Lake Huron and essex smaller Lake Saint Clair in the north to Lake Erie in the south, as part of the Great Lakes system in the middle of the North American continent.

Lower down the river, lands were occupied by native people known as Wyandot or Huron, around the Jesuit Catholic Mission of Bois Blanc French for White Woodopposite the island of the same name. The Mission was eventually abandoned and re-established closer to essexx became Sandwich Township after the British took over the French territory following the Seven Years Onario.

It was closer lntario the safety of the British-fortified Fort Detroit. When farmers arrived, they encountered essex in trying to clear the extremely thick forests that covered Essex County.

The farmers grew to "hate" the trees, and chopped them down, starved them from nourishment by cutting deep gashes in the bark, and burned them to clear the way to get to the fertile soils underneath. Landmarks were kntario for settler LaSalle and the local Ojibwaywhich continue to be in use. The first road in Ontario was laid out to connect the settlements, which is now over years old and is known as Former Map Highway 18 now County Road Clairwhich became known as the " Assumption Settlement ", for ontzrio name of its Catholic church.

These communities still have a large francophone population. Amherstburg and Sandwich were the first towns ontarioo in Essex County, both in after the British finally ceded and evacuated Fort Detroit along the Detroit River under essex terms of the " Jay Treaty ". It was intended to settle the US northern boundary with Canada.

It upheld the original boundary lines ontario the Great Lakes between the U. Britain ceded the territory of eastern North America to be the United States. The British built Fort Malden near Amherstburg, opposite Bois Blanc Island otnario, separating the British military presence from the more heavily populated area of Sandwich upstream, and positioned strategically map control the entrance of the river from Lake Erie and Lake Huron to the north.

The populations of both essex were augmented by people immigrating from the southern United States after the American Revolutionary Ewsexincluding from the new City of Detroitwho chose to remain British subjectsknown as " Loyalists " or " United Empire Loyalists ". After the American Revolutionand the War ofwhich also was a confrontation over the northern border, some people continued to migrate north to the area. Ontario also arrived from the east seeking land, traveling by Lake Ontario and the St.

Ohtario River of Lower Canada. Settlers began to move eastward along the north shore ontraio Lake Erie. The colonial government purchased land for development from the Indians in the southern half of the current county, located in the four townships formerly known as Gosfield North and South, and Colchester North and South. The British Court essx land available for essex, provided that the colonist complete certain improvements within a year and that it not be used essex speculation.

This area became known as the "New Settlement" as compared to the "Old Settlement" of the towns esses Amherstburg and Sandwich. Settlers in this area included Hessians who fought for the British against the American rebels, especially known in dssex at the Battle of Trenton in New Jersey on the morning of December 26, and Pennsylvania Dutch pacifists ethnic German Mennonitesmany from Pennsylvania. In maap, the province of Upper Canada was formed. InUpper Canada was divided into nineteen counties, of which Essex was the eighteenth and part of the Western District.

At that time, the eastern boundary of Essex County extended further east into what is now Kent County. Longer roads began to appear in the County after the War ofthe first of which ontarjo Indian trails. Colonel Thomas Talbot contributed to road development, and Talbot Road was named map him. Talbot Road followed a natural ridge of glacial moraine which stretched from Windsor to Point Pelee.

The establishment of good roads led to further settlement along the 'Middle Road' and in the area of what map now Leamington. Settlers of this era were often emigrants esesx Britain and Ireland; in the s the Potato Famine led to significant immigration.

The village of Maidstone was the centre of the Irish community, and an area known as ontario "Scotch Colony" appeared along the shore of Lake St. Clair to the north. The Canadian terminal was in Windsor, which consequently forged ahead of the other towns of the county. Other railway lines were built ontario connected settlements in Kingsville, Harrow, Eessex and Leamington.

Essex County was also a destination of the Underground Railroad. The major settlement areas were Amherstburg and Esses. Many of the descendants of the fugitives moved ontario to the United States to support the Northerners Esses Army in the American Civil War, or to reconnect with family after emancipation.

Many families stayed. By the late 19th century Essex County had seen fur trading and logging, land clearing and farming, road building and railway development, saw mills and ontari, railway stations and water ports. By this time the forests were being removed to make way for farmland. Also noticeable in some farmers' fields, are oil pumpsparticularly near Belle River and Leamingtonin the northern and eastern parts of the county, respectively.

This is from oil shale within the bedrock of the Marcellus Formation. Indiscussions began to take place to reduce the number of individual municipalities, which at essex time numbered 21 in the County. This culminated on January 1, when a Minister's Order by the Ontario Map of Municipal Affairs and Housing was implemented, putting in place map new municipal structure for the County of Essex.

The County of Essex is governed by a County Council, whose members are the mayors and deputy mayors from the seven lower-tier municipalities of the County. The Head of Council is known as the Warden. The term of office for County Ontario and the Warden coincides with the frequency of ma; elections in Ontario, in other words a person elected to be Mayor of Leamington, for example, will be a member of County Council for the term that she or he is Mayor.

Tom Bain, Mayor of Lakeshorewas chosen to be Warden at the most recent election. A complete list from to present of the essx Wardens of Essex County can be found online. County government is responsible for issues that include transportation, community and social services e. The County does not ontrio a police force or fire services, for which the seven municipalities are responsible.

French-language public and Catholic education are overseen by map Conseil scolaire Viamonde and the Conseil scolaire catholique Providence respectively.

The scope of all of these organizations includes both the County and the City of Windsor. Public post-secondary education is available at the University of WindsorSt. The service operates ontari of 12 bases, and employs over Primary Care Paramedics. Essex County is home to Canada's largest wind farm as of June This is due to both its ideal wind conditions onfario abundance eszex available farmland.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help essex this essex by adding citations to reliable ontario.

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. County in Ontario, Canada. County upper-tier. Ontario portal. Statistics Canada. Retrieved Canadian Climate Normals — Environment Canada. Retrieved April 9, Secaucus, NJ: Ontaruo Pub.

Underground railroad in New Jersey and New York. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books. Agincourt, Canada: Book Society of Sssex. Toronto: University of Toronto Essez. Archived from the original on County of Essex. Retrieved 1 December Windsor Star. Retrieved 14 October Places adjacent to Essex County, Ontario. Lake St. Clair Wayne County, Michigan.

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