The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
A View of Fort George, Navy Hall and New Niagara, taken from the Un. States Fort of Old Niagara Apl. 20th 1804


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Creator:
Walsh, Edward, Artist
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Watercolors
Description:
Occupied by U.S. troops from May to December 1813, Fort George (left) was abandoned and burned on December 10. Unfortunately, so too was the village of Niagara (right) putting its inhabitants out in the winter cold. Fort Niagara (right foreground) was assaulted and captured by British troops nine days later.
Date of Publication:
20 Apr 1804
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Language of Item:
English
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A View of Fort George, Navy Hall and New Niagara, taken from the Un. States Fort of Old Niagara Apl. 20th 1804
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A View of Fort George, Navy Hall and New Niagara, taken from the Un. States Fort of Old Niagara Apl. 20th 1804


Occupied by U.S. troops from May to December 1813, Fort George (left) was abandoned and burned on December 10. Unfortunately, so too was the village of Niagara (right) putting its inhabitants out in the winter cold. Fort Niagara (right foreground) was assaulted and captured by British troops nine days later.