Chatham ken nudes
In 1998 the County of Kent and the city of Chatham were amalgamated to form the Municipality of Chatham–Kent. Since then, bus service has begun to serve all of Chatham-Kent.
Starting in 2007, routes were set up to include the former towns of Wallaceburg and Dresden.
In 1846, the town of Chatham had a population of about 1500, with part of it called Chatham North.
During the 19th century, the area was part of the Underground Railroad.In England, the name Chatham came from the British root ceto and the Old English ham thus meaning a forest settlement.Following the American Revolution and the Gnadenhutten Massacre, a group of Christian Munsee Indians settled in what is now Moraviantown.The town was named after the Earl of Chatham, William Pitt (the Elder).It was built as a naval dockyard, a characteristic shared by Chatham, Kent, England.
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A steamboat offered transportation to Windsor and Detroit. Before 1998, Kent County consisted of the townships of Camden, Chatham, Dover, Harwich, Howard, Orford, Raleigh, Romney, Tilbury East and Zone.