C. Patrick Labadie Collection


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  • TRIAL (1790, Schooner)
    Ship       Dimensions (LBD): 50' x 21.5' x 7.2'
    Ship     Dimensions (LBD): 50' x 21.5' x 7.2'
  • GENERAL SIMCOE (1797, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: SMITH, SIR SIDNEY;MAGNET; Final Date: 5 Aug 1814; 1793 Launched. 1812, Nov 11 Sank after damaged on shoal being chased by the enemy, Kingston, ONT. 1813, Mar Evaluated & altered by British for war service; renamed SIR SIDNEY SMITH; 12 guns. 1813, May 29 Took part in battle ...
    Ship     Other Names: SMITH, SIR SIDNEY;MAGNET; Final Date: 5 Aug 1814; 1793 Launched. 1812, Nov 11 Sank after damaged on shoal being chased by the enemy, Kingston, ONT. 1813, Mar Evaluated ...
  • GENESSEE (1792, Schooner)
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  • TWO BROTHERS (pre1799, Schooner)
    Ship       1799 In service Lake Ontario, Captain A. Burnt. 1805 Wrecked, Buffalo, NY. 1833, Nov 12 Bound Pultneyville to Oswego, NY, feared lost on Lake Ontario; owned A. & B. Todd. 1835, Nov Landed on top of pier at Buffalo, NY; total loss.
    Ship     1799 In service Lake Ontario, Captain A. Burnt. 1805 Wrecked, Buffalo, NY. 1833, Nov 12 Bound Pultneyville to Oswego, NY, feared lost on Lake Ontario; owned A. & B. Todd. ...
  • OTTER (1793, Sloop)
    Ship       1893, July 2 Launched 1893, August 2 Arrived Grand Portage, Minnesota Made 4 or 5 trips per season between Sault Saint Marie & Grand Portage In service until 1802; Original Owner: North West Company
    Ship     1893, July 2 Launched 1893, August 2 Arrived Grand Portage, Minnesota Made 4 or 5 trips per season between Sault Saint Marie & Grand Portage In service until 1802; Original ...
  • FRANCIS (1794, Sloop)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 49' x 19' x 7' ; 1795 Launched late this year; operated past turn of century, Lake Erie; extensive repairs. 1803 Last mentioned.; Original Owner: British Navy
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 49' x 19' x 7' ; 1795 Launched late this year; operated past turn of century, Lake Erie; extensive repairs. 1803 Last mentioned.; Original Owner: ...
  • GENESSEE (1799, Schooner)
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  • GENERAL WILKINSON (1797, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: AMELIA; 1802 or 1810 Renamed AMELIA. 1810 Repaired. 1812 Owned American Government; armed for Perry's Naval Squadron; participated in Battle of Lake Erie.
    Ship     Other Names: AMELIA; 1802 or 1810 Renamed AMELIA. 1810 Repaired. 1812 Owned American Government; armed for Perry's Naval Squadron; participated in Battle of Lake Erie.
  • POLLY (1792, Sloop)
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  • ERIE PACKET (1796, Schooner)
    Ship       1796 Built to run Fort Erie - Presque Isle, Lake Erie. 1798 Lost when she drifted out of Erie harbor.
    Ship     1796 Built to run Fort Erie - Presque Isle, Lake Erie. 1798 Lost when she drifted out of Erie harbor.
  • SOPHIA (1792, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: BEAR; 1797 Condemned.; Original Owner: British Navy
    Ship     Other Names: BEAR; 1797 Condemned.; Original Owner: British Navy
  • PEGGY (1792, Schooner)
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  • ONONDAGA (1790, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; 1793 Aground at York(Toronto); released. 1797 Damaged in storm; comdemned Kingston, ONT.; Original Owner: British Government
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; 1793 Aground at York(Toronto); released. 1797 Damaged in storm; comdemned Kingston, ONT.; Original Owner: British Government
  • SWAN (1792, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; 1794 Owned James May; chartered by Colonel England as transport.; Original Owner: John May
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; 1794 Owned James May; chartered by Colonel England as transport.; Original Owner: John May
  • PRINCE EDWARD (1798)
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  • TORONTO (1799, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1811; 1811, Sep Manned with 6 guns. 1811 or 1812, Summer Stranded.; Original Owner: British Government; Final Location: Gibraltar Point, near York, ONT. Lake Ontario., Stranded.; Possibly 1812; stranded on rocky reef.
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1811; 1811, Sep Manned with 6 guns. 1811 or 1812, Summer Stranded.; Original Owner: British Government; Final Location: Gibraltar Point, near York, ONT. Lake Ontario., ...
  • WASHINGTON (1797, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: LADY WASHINGTON; Final Date: 11 Nov 1803; 1798 Carried on wheels to Lake Ontario, sold Canadian, renamed LADY WASHINGOTN; Final Location: Near Oswego, NY Lake Ontario, storm; went missing, last seen off Oswego, NY
    Ship     Other Names: LADY WASHINGTON; Final Date: 11 Nov 1803; 1798 Carried on wheels to Lake Ontario, sold Canadian, renamed LADY WASHINGOTN; Final Location: Near Oswego, NY Lake Ontario, storm; went ...
  • SCHENECTADY (1797, Schooner)
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  • SPEEDY (1798, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 8 Oct 1804; 1804, October 8 Foundered with all hands off Presque Isle, Ontario, Lake Ontario; Final Location: Off Presque Isle, Ontario, Lake Ontario, Foundered; Foundered in blizzard & gale while en route with principals in a murder trial & a number of British V.I.P.s ...
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 8 Oct 1804; 1804, October 8 Foundered with all hands off Presque Isle, Ontario, Lake Ontario; Final Location: Off Presque Isle, Ontario, Lake Ontario, Foundered; ...
  • MISSISSAUGA (1790, Schooner)
    Ship       1801 Laid up.
    Ship     1801 Laid up.
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C. Patrick Labadie Collection


The Thunder Bay Sanctuary Research Collection is an unusual one and reputed to be one of the finest in the country regarding Great Lakes Maritime History. It represents one of the largest single repositories of historical material concerning 19th Century Great Lakes vessels in existence. Mr. Pat Labadie compiled much of this collection over the course of 40 years, with a deliberate goal of indexing every vessel to sail the lakes between 1800 and 1900. The collection has since grown to over 30,000 vessel images and data on approximately 14,000 individual vessels. This makes Alpena one of only a few sites in the country that has a collection of this magnitude. Mr. Labadie donated his collection to the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary & Underwater Preserve. The collection is housed at the Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library.