The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
City of Kingston, Canada West -- The Royal Dock Yards, and Naval and Military Store Houses.


Description
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Wood engravings
Description:
Woodcut engraving of Kingston from Point Henry looking across Navy Bay to the Stone Frigate and beyond that to Kingston harbour. The presence of two steamboats in Navy Bay at this date suggests that the original photograph, by Dr. J. P. Litchfield of Kingston, was taken in the spring, as some of the Royal Mail steamboats were known to winter in Navy Bay.
Inscriptions:
"City of Kingston, Canada West -- The Royal Dock Yards, and Naval and Military Store Houses."
Publisher:
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
Place of Publication:
New York
Date of Original:
22 Nov 1856
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
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City of Kingston, Canada West -- The Royal Dock Yards, and Naval and Military Store Houses.
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City of Kingston, Canada West -- The Royal Dock Yards, and Naval and Military Store Houses.


Woodcut engraving of Kingston from Point Henry looking across Navy Bay to the Stone Frigate and beyond that to Kingston harbour. The presence of two steamboats in Navy Bay at this date suggests that the original photograph, by Dr. J. P. Litchfield of Kingston, was taken in the spring, as some of the Royal Mail steamboats were known to winter in Navy Bay.