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The first settlers to Fergus were freed slaves who formed the Pierpoint Settlement, named after their leader, Richard Pierpoint. In 1833 Little Falls was established by Adam Fergusson and James Webster, who would supervise the town's development. The first house of this predominantly Scottish community was erected in 1833. A hotel was built in 1834 and a sawmill, grist mill, church and school followed in 1835.

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Featured Events
November 05, 2014 - Wellington County Museum and Archives
Please join us at our Remembrance Ceremony on November 5 at 10:30 am (refreshments to follow) at the Wellington County Museum and Archives located on Wellington Road 18 between Fergus and Elora.

November 10, 2014 - Wellington County Museum and Archives
At 6:00 pm on November 10, we invite the public to light a Tribute Candle and place it by a memorial marker. These will remain lit through to November 12. The Wellington County Museum and Archives is located on Wellington Road 18 between Fergus and Elora.

December 07, 2014 - Handel's Messiah
will play on Sunday, December 7th starting at 3:00 pm at St. Joseph’s Church, Fergus. Conductor Noel Edison brings this 1741 oratorio to life with the Festival Chamber Players and the Elora Festival Singers. Tickets are Adults: $40 + HST, Post-Secondary Students: $20.00 High School Students: $5.00. Call 519-846-0331.

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