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  • A View of Fort George, Navy Hall and New Niagara, taken from the Un. States Fort of Old Niagara Apl. 20th 1804
    A View of Fort George, Navy Hall and New Niagara, taken from the Un. States Fort of Old Niagara Apl. 20th 1804
    Image       Occupied by U.S. troops from May to December 1813, Fort George (left) was abandoned and burned on December 10. Unfortunately, so too was the village of Niagara (right) putting its inhabitants out in the winter cold. Fort Niagara (right foreground) was assaulted and captured by British troops nine days later.
    Image     Occupied by U.S. troops from May to December 1813, Fort George (left) was abandoned and burned on December 10. Unfortunately, so too was the village of Niagara (right) putting its ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Fort Henry, Kingston
    Fort Henry, Kingston
    Image       Inscription, recto on steamboat: HUNTER; fol. 15 versp, t.: View of Fort Henry, Kingston Upper Canada, from the Tete de Pont Barracks, April 1839.
    Image     Inscription, recto on steamboat: HUNTER; fol. 15 versp, t.: View of Fort Henry, Kingston Upper Canada, from the Tete de Pont Barracks, April 1839.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Long Reach, Bay of Quinte
    Long Reach, Bay of Quinte
    Image       Long Reach, Bay of Quinte looking towards Indian Landing
    Image     Long Reach, Bay of Quinte looking towards Indian Landing
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Ploughboy, off Lonely Island, Georgian Bay
    Ploughboy, off Lonely Island, Georgian Bay
    Imagecomment       Inscribed l.l.: July 1. 1859; l.r.: Wm Armstrong / Oct. 1912; vso of mount: [cropped]ccident to Steamer Ploughboy off Cabot Head / [cropped]ith Hon. J.A. Macdonald and party on board / first Dominion day July 1st 1859
    Imagecomment     Inscribed l.l.: July 1. 1859; l.r.: Wm Armstrong / Oct. 1912; vso of mount: [cropped]ccident to Steamer Ploughboy off Cabot Head / [cropped]ith Hon. J.A. Macdonald and party on board ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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