The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Art of the Great Lakes and Seaway


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  • Sault Ste. Marie, Showing the United States Garrison in the Distance
    Image       George Catlin described this painting as “a view of the Sault de St. Marys, taken from the Canada shore, near the missionary-house, which is seen in the fore-ground of the picture, and in the distance, the United States Garrison, and the Rapids; and beyond them the Capes at the outlet ...
    Image     George Catlin described this painting as “a view of the Sault de St. Marys, taken from the Canada shore, near the missionary-house, which is seen in the fore-ground of the ...
  • Dearborn Street Drawbridge, built in 1834
    Image       Schooners moored below the drawbridge above the lighthouse at the mouth of the Chicago River.
    Image     Schooners moored below the drawbridge above the lighthouse at the mouth of the Chicago River.
  • 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.
  • 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
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Art of the Great Lakes and Seaway


This is a collection of drawings, engraving and plans of vessels, buildings and harbours around the Great Lakes and the upper St. Lawrence River (the modern Seaway).