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


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  • Niagara River Gorge erosion patterns
    Image       How the FALLS have cut through the GORGE.
    Image     How the FALLS have cut through the GORGE.
  • The Steamer Caroline
    Image       "The Steamer Caroline"
    Image     "The Steamer Caroline"
  • The Griffin From an old cut.
    Image       Illustration of the GRIFFIN, the first sailing vessel on the Great Lakes.
    Image     Illustration of the GRIFFIN, the first sailing vessel on the Great Lakes.
  • Building of the Griffin.
    Image       Illustration of the building of the GRIFFIN, from an engraving in a book by Father Hennepin published in 1704
    Image     Illustration of the building of the GRIFFIN, from an engraving in a book by Father Hennepin published in 1704
  • The French Fleet on the St. Lawrence and Lake Ontario 1758-60.
    Image       The French Fleet on the St. Lawrence and Lake Ontario 1758-60. The Marquise de Vaudrueil. Le Victort. La Huzalt. La Louise. The French Fleet -- Lake Ontario, 1757 -- from a map in British Museum
    Image     The French Fleet on the St. Lawrence and Lake Ontario 1758-60. The Marquise de Vaudrueil. Le Victort. La Huzalt. La Louise. The French Fleet -- Lake Ontario, 1757 -- from ...
  • The Barque Griffin
    Image       A sketch of the barque GRIFFIN, in what is probably the Niagara River.
    Image     A sketch of the barque GRIFFIN, in what is probably the Niagara River.
  • His Majesty's Ship Mississauga
    Image       His Majesty's Ship Mississauga; Niagara, Navy Hall, Newark; Sept. 13, 1794, 6 o'clock AM
    Image     His Majesty's Ship Mississauga; Niagara, Navy Hall, Newark; Sept. 13, 1794, 6 o'clock AM
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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).