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


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  • Steamer Walk-in-the-water
    Image       "Steamer Walk-in-the-water"
    Image     "Steamer Walk-in-the-water"
  • Steamboat Walk-in-the-Water
    Image       "Steamboat Walk-in-the-Water. First steam vessel on Lake Erie. Built at Black Rock, N. Y., 1818; wrecked 1821. From "American Steam Vessels" Copyright 1895. Smith & Stanton."
    Image     "Steamboat Walk-in-the-Water. First steam vessel on Lake Erie. Built at Black Rock, N. Y., 1818; wrecked 1821. From "American Steam Vessels" Copyright 1895. Smith & Stanton."
  • Steamboat Walk-in-the-Water
    Image       Great Lakes Steamboat Walk-in-the-Water, 1818
    Image     Great Lakes Steamboat Walk-in-the-Water, 1818
  • Walk-in-the-Water
    Image       Walk in the Water Built 1818, at Black Rock, N. Y. Hull, of Wood Built by Noah Brown. Length 135 feet, breadth of beam 32 feet, depth of hold 18 feet 3 inches Engine, "Square," Constructed by Robert McQueen, at New York" Tonnage 338 60/95 This steamboat, the first constructed ...
    Image     Walk in the Water Built 1818, at Black Rock, N. Y. Hull, of Wood Built by Noah Brown. Length 135 feet, breadth of beam 32 feet, depth of hold 18 ...
  • Detroit in 1820
    Image       Text at bottom center reads "Detroit in 1820, From an original sketch made in 1820 by George H. Whistler C.E. / With View of ’Walk-in-the-Water.’ / Arrive at Detroit May 20th 1819. Job Fish Commander." Small printed text on the bottom left reads "Entered According to Act of Congress A.D. ...
    Image     Text at bottom center reads "Detroit in 1820, From an original sketch made in 1820 by George H. Whistler C.E. / With View of ’Walk-in-the-Water.’ / Arrive at Detroit May ...
  • Wrecking of the Walk-in-the-Water, November 1, 1821
    Image       "Wrecking of the Walk-in-the-Water, November 1, 1821. From an oil painting by Mr. Matthies, made for Thomas and Mary A. W. Palmer, of Detroit, who were on the boat at the time of the disaster, returning home from their wedding trip. The wreck occurred just above the old lighthouse, or ...
    Image     "Wrecking of the Walk-in-the-Water, November 1, 1821. From an oil painting by Mr. Matthies, made for Thomas and Mary A. W. Palmer, of Detroit, who were on the boat at ...
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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).