Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Explosion of the Propeller Inkermann, at Browne's Wharf, Toronto, C. W., May 29, 1857
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Wood engravings
Description
Woodcut engraving of the explosion of the steamboat Inkermann on the Toronto waterfront, on 29 May 1857. The sketch on which this engraving was based was made by William Armstrong.
Notes
William Armstrong was both civil engineer, artist and photographer, being a member of one of Toronto's early photographic companies. His career is well-documented in Henry G. Campbell, Early Days on the Great Lakes (1971).
Inscriptions
"Explosion of the Propeller Inkermann, at Browne's Wharf, Toronto, C. W., May 29, 1857"
Publisher
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
Place of Publication
New York
Date of Original
13 Jun 1857
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.634444 Longitude: -79.370833
Copyright Statement
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Explosion of the Propeller Inkermann, at Browne's Wharf, Toronto, C. W., May 29, 1857


Woodcut engraving of the explosion of the steamboat Inkermann on the Toronto waterfront, on 29 May 1857. The sketch on which this engraving was based was made by William Armstrong.