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Commodore MacDonough's Victory, Teapot 
Object    ...Transferware Teapot Blue and White portraying a scene from the War of 1812 in which commodore MacDonough is victorious.His most notable achievement occurred during the War of 1812. As commander of American naval forces in Lake Champlain he won the decisive Battle of Lake Champlain, also known...
The Attack on Fort Oswego, Lake Ontario, 1814. By John Thomas Serres 
Image    This is a watercolour over pencil, believed to be created in England.
Battle of Lake Erie 
Image    Title is actually unknown but it is believed that this is a watercolour portraying the Battle of Lake Erie. Ink and Pencil.
Battle of Lake Erie 
Image    Title is actually unknown but it is believed that this is a watercolour portraying the Battle of Lake Erie. Ink and Pencil.
Major General Brown, Niagara. Plate
 
Object    Major General Zac Brown was in charge of the crew of the Niagara during the Battle of Lake Erie.
Perry's Victory on Lake Erie 
Image    Lithograph. Printed by Kurz and Allison. Undated.
First View of Com. Perry's Victory 
Image    An engraving for the Naval monument W.B. Annin Sc. M. Corne p.
Battle of Lake Erie, Commodore O.H. Perry's Victory. By J.P.N. Newport 
Image  c. 1878  Depicts the battle of Lake Erie and includes the names of the vessels involved along with the number of guns on board. Printed by J.H. Buffords Sons, Boston
The Hornet Sinking the Peacock, The Hornet Blockadng the Bonne [Ciuenne). Milk or Cream jug 
Object    A yellow, blue and copper milk or cream jug with naval battle scenery on either side.
O.H. Perry Esq. of the United States Navy 
Image    A print of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry of the US Navy. Below the image it reads: "Waldo pinx" and "Edwin sc."
Major Gen. Brown, Niagara and Stephen Decatur Jr. Milk Jug 
Object    ...Major General Zac Brown was in charge of the crew of the Niagara during the Battle of Lake Erie. Stephen Decatur Jr. was also an American Naval Hero from the War of 1812. During the War he was assigned to the U.S. Naval Ship the "United States" Decatur was the youngest man to reach the rank...
Commodore MacDonough Victory, Plate 
ObjectComments:    Enoch Wood & Sons Makers Mark
The Battle of Lake Erie II. By Thomas Birch 
Image    This is one of seven oil on canvas paintings by Birch that depicts the Battle of Lake Erie (September 1813). This particular canvas shows the second phase of the battle, with the line broken, the Lawrence and Detroit engaged at close quarters. Undated.
The Battle of Lake Erie III. By Thomas Birch 
Image    This is one of seven oil on canvas paintings by Birch that depicts the Battle of Lake Erie (September 1813). This particular canvas portrays a phase of the Battle of Lake Erie in which the Hunter is shown, almost a wreck. Undated.
The Battle of Lake Erie IV. By Thomas Birch 
Image    This is one of seven oil on canvas paintings by Birch that depicts the Battle of Lake Erie (September 1813). This particular canvas shows a further phase of the battle after Perry had transferred from the Wrecked Lawrence to the Niagara. Undated.
The Battle of Lake Erie V. By Thomas Birch 
Image    This is one of seven oil on canvas paintings by Birch that depicts the Battle of Lake Erie (September 1813). This particular canvas shows the continuation of the Niagara's charge against the British Line. Undated.
The Battle of Lake Erie VI. By Thomas Birch 
Image    This is one of seven oil on canvas paintings by Birch that depicts the Battle of Lake Erie (September 1813). This particular canvas shows the Niagara crossing the stern of the Detroit, raking her fore and aft line. Undated.
The Battle of Lake Erie VII. By Thomas Birch 
Image    This is one of seven oil on canvas paintings by Birch that depicts the Battle of Lake Erie (September 1813). This particular canvas shows the end of the battle. The Detroit is ready to surrender, Perry's ship is standing by with their flag still flying, and there is a burning vessel in the...
The Battle of Lake Erie I. By Thomas Birch 
Image    This is one of seven oil on canvas paintings by Birch that depicts the Battle of Lake Erie (September 1813). This particular canvas shows Commodore Perry's flagship, the Lawrence, opposing the Detriot, the flagship of Commander Barclay, at the commencement of the battle. Nearby are the Caledonia...
The Bee Newspaper, Vol. I, No. 13 
Text  24 Oct 1812,   ...An original Niagara area newspaper containing an account of the Battle of Queenston Heights and the death and burial of Sir Isaac Brock. The newspaper is dated October 24, 1812, eleven days after the death of General Brock. Topics of interest include: Page 1: Sheaffe announcement regulating...
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