The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Little Belt (Sloop), 1810


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LITTLE BELT - Sloop - 90 tons - 18 crew - 3 guns - broadside, 18 lbs. Built at Black Rock by Captain William Lee, in 1810, named FRIEND'S GOOD WILL and commanded by him. She was captured at Mackinac by the British in 1812, fitted out for a man of war, and renamed LITTLE BELT. Captured by Perry, September 10, 1813. She was burned by the British at Buffalo, December, 1813.


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history
Date of Original:
1810
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Local identifier:
McN.E.6826
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Little Belt (Sloop), 1810