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


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  • City of Buffalo
    Image       City of Buffalo
    Image     City of Buffalo
  • Along the wharves
    Image       Along the wharves
    Image     Along the wharves
  • Lighthouse at entrance to Harbour
    Image       Lighthouse at entrance to Harbour
    Image     Lighthouse at entrance to Harbour
  • 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 ...
  • The Coal Docks
    Image       The Coal Docks
    Image     The Coal Docks
  • Among the Elevators
    Image       Among the Elevators From a photograph by George Barker, Niagara Falls.
    Image     Among the Elevators From a photograph by George Barker, Niagara Falls.
  • Buffalo, New York
    Image       Inscribed in the print, lower border, "J.W. Hill del. Published by Smith Brows. & Co. 225 Fulton St. N.Y. 1853. J.H. Colen sc. Buffalo." Remainder of inscription, l.r., cropped.
    Image     Inscribed in the print, lower border, "J.W. Hill del. Published by Smith Brows. & Co. 225 Fulton St. N.Y. 1853. J.H. Colen sc. Buffalo." Remainder of inscription, l.r., cropped.
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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).