The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Decade:  1780  Item type(s):  Clippings   Sort by:  Oldest date (to newest)
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Ontario, sunk ?, 17 Oct 1780 
TextNewspapers  1780  ...OLCOTT - on Oct. 31 1780, H.M.S. ONTARIO, a six-month-old, 80-foot-long, 28-gun ship left the lower Niagara River for Oswego. Aboard were Col. William Bolton, the outgoing commander of Fort Niagara, four women, four Indians and a complement of 79 seamen and soldiers - 88 in all. In those late...
(Gunboat), 1782 
TextNewspapers  1782  A tabular return of the Force and Burthen of His Majesty's Armed Vessels on Lake Erie, Huron, and Michigan is dated August 1st. 1782, and signed by Alexander Grant Aug. 1, 1782: Brig GAGE, of 154 tons, commanded by John Burnet, crew of 27. and 14 guns Schooner ...
Ottawa (Schooner), 1782 
TextNewspapers  1782  built, Detroit
Ottawa (Schooner), 1783 
TextNewspapers  1783  ex REBECCA
Faith (Schooner), aground, 17 Oct 1783 
TextNewspapers  1783  Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: Indian stores &c. Remarks: Total loss
Beaver (Schooner), 1785 
TextNewspapers  1785  Early fur trade vessel
Weasel (Schooner), 1786 
TextNewspapers  1786  built, Detroit
Saguina (Sloop), 1787 
TextNewspapers  1787  built, Saginaw Bay
Esperance (Sloop), 1788 
TextNewspapers  1788  built Saginaw bay
Ford River (Schooner), U120367, 24 May 1789 
TextNewspapers  1789  launch, Milwaukee
Nancy (Schooner), 1789 
TextNewspapers  1789  building, Detroit
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