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In the middle of the 19th century water distribution was carried out by "fontainiers".
The fountainiers would open and close water valves outside of buildings, as directed, all over the city.
In the mid 1840s the City of Montreal installed a water system that would pump water from the St. The cisterns would then be transported to the desired location.
This was not the first water system of its type in Montreal as there had been one in private ownership since 1801.
They had a mission village, known as Kahnewake, south of the St Lawrence River.
The fathers persuaded some Mohawk to make a new settlement at their former hunting grounds north of the Ottawa River. In 1745 several Mohawk families moved upriver to create another settlement, known as Akwesasne. The Canadian territory was ruled as a French colony until 1760, when it was surrendered to Great Britain after the Seven Years' War.
A majority of the drinking water was still coming from the city's harbor, which was busy and heavily trafficked leading to the deterioration of the water within.On May 17, 1642, Ville-Marie was founded on the southern shore of Montreal island, with Maisonneuve as its first governor.