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Port Elgin, Ontario

Port Elgin is a community in Bruce County, Ontario, Canada. Its location is in the traditional territory of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation. Originally named Normanton the town was renamed Port Elgin when it was incorporated in 1874, after James Bruce, 8th Earl of Elgin, a former Governor General of the Province of Canada. 

Village of Port Elgin

Reminiscences: Port Elgin Centennial, 1874-1974
by Levie, Carman J. (1974) (pdf) You can borrow this booik for 14 days from the Internet Archive

The history of Port Elgin
By Heather Robertson (1975) (pdf). You can borrow this book for 14 days from the Internet Archive.

Speech at a meeting in Port Elgin
On Thursday, 23rd November, 1892, with reference to the by-election in North Bruce by Oliver Mowat (1892) (pdf)