C. Patrick Labadie Collection


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  • HARLEQUIN (1800, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 1801; 1801 Lost on Lake Erie off Long Point, ONT.; Original Owner: Eliphalet Beebe; Final Location: Long Point, Ontario. Lake Erie., Sank.; All hands lost, 20 lives.
    Ship     Final Date: 1801; 1801 Lost on Lake Erie off Long Point, ONT.; Original Owner: Eliphalet Beebe; Final Location: Long Point, Ontario. Lake Erie., Sank.; All hands lost, 20 lives.
  • DUKE OF GLOUCHESTER (1800, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: ECKFORD; Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 67' x 18' x 10' 3" ; 1811 6 gun vessel, Lake Ontario. 1813, Apr 23 Captured by American forces, York (Toronto) ONT. 1816, Aug 16 Enrolled Sackett's Harbor, NY; renamed ECKFORD; owned M. T. Woolsey. 1818, Apr 16 Owned M.T. Woolsey, ...
    Ship     Other Names: ECKFORD; Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 67' x 18' x 10' 3" ; 1811 6 gun vessel, Lake Ontario. 1813, Apr 23 Captured by American forces, York (Toronto) ...
  • IROQUOIS (c1800, Schooner)
    Ship       Owned by fur trader - entrepreneur Wm. Burnett, St. Joseph, MI, c1800; mentioned in Reber's History of St. Joseph.
    Ship     Owned by fur trader - entrepreneur Wm. Burnett, St. Joseph, MI, c1800; mentioned in Reber's History of St. Joseph.
  • MARY ANN (pre1801, Sloop)
    Ship       1801 On Lake Ontario.
    Ship     1801 On Lake Ontario.
  • DUKE OF YORK (1801, Other)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH
  • LADY MURRAY (1801, Schooner)
    Ship       1812, Oct 7 Captured by British ship Royal GEORGE at Genesee River, NY. 1813, Jun 29 Captured by U.S. Armed schooner LADY OF THE LAKE on Lake Ontario bound for Burlington Bay.
    Ship     1812, Oct 7 Captured by British ship Royal GEORGE at Genesee River, NY. 1813, Jun 29 Captured by U.S. Armed schooner LADY OF THE LAKE on Lake Ontario bound for ...
  • DUKE OF KENT (1801, Other)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; 6 gun vessel, Lake Ontario. 1801, Oct Launched. 1811 Laid up, barracks.
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; 6 gun vessel, Lake Ontario. 1801, Oct Launched. 1811 Laid up, barracks.
  • ADAMS, USS (1801)
    Ship       Other Names: HMS DETROIT
    Ship     Other Names: HMS DETROIT
  • ADAMS, USS (1801, Brig)
    Ship       Other Names: HMS DETROIT; Final Date: Oct 1812; Built for U. S. Army to transport troops and freight to various outposts. 1812, Sep Captured by British in Battle of Lake Erie; renamed DETROIT; recaptured by Americans October 8th; burned. ; Original Owner: U. S. Government; Final Location: Squaw Island, Lake ...
    Ship     Other Names: HMS DETROIT; Final Date: Oct 1812; Built for U. S. Army to transport troops and freight to various outposts. 1812, Sep Captured by British in Battle of Lake ...
  • INVINCIBLE (1802, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 14 Nov 1816; Dimensions (LBD): 60' x 0' x 0' ; 1802, Jul 3 Mentioned at Kaministikwia. 1812 Sailed during War of 1812. 1816, Nov 14 Wrecked off Whitefish Bay.; Original Owner: North West Company; Final Location: Off Whitefish Point. Lake Superior., Wrecked.; Wrecked shown on Bayfield's map ...
    Ship     Final Date: 14 Nov 1816; Dimensions (LBD): 60' x 0' x 0' ; 1802, Jul 3 Mentioned at Kaministikwia. 1812 Sailed during War of 1812. 1816, Nov 14 Wrecked off ...
  • SKINNER'S SLOOP (pre1802, Sloop)
    Ship       1802, Mar 28 Mentioned in letter between Capt. Aeneas Macdonell & Ensign Chiniquy, York Garrison. 1802 Ran between York & Niagara.
    Ship     1802, Mar 28 Mentioned in letter between Capt. Aeneas Macdonell & Ensign Chiniquy, York Garrison. 1802 Ran between York & Niagara.
  • PERSEVERANCE (1802, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; 1804 Owned Northwest Company 1814, July Captured & burned at the Sault Rapids by American Troops
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; 1804 Owned Northwest Company 1814, July Captured & burned at the Sault Rapids by American Troops
  • CONTRACTOR (1803, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: TRIPPE, H.M.S.; Final Date: Dec 1813; 1812 Renamed U.S.S. TRIPPE; purchased by U.S. Govrnment, fitted out as armed sloop with one 24 pounder, 35 man crew, part of Perry's squadron. 1813, Nov Ashore near Buffalo, NY. 1813, Dec Burned by the British.; Final Location: Buffalo, NY. Lake Erie, ...
    Ship     Other Names: TRIPPE, H.M.S.; Final Date: Dec 1813; 1812 Renamed U.S.S. TRIPPE; purchased by U.S. Govrnment, fitted out as armed sloop with one 24 pounder, 35 man crew, part of ...
  • HOPE (1804, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1804; 1804 Wrecked, Drummond Island, Lake Huron.; Final Location: Drummond Island, near Fort St. Joseph. Lake Huron., Wrecked.; One of the earliest wrecks of vessel above Detroit.
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1804; 1804 Wrecked, Drummond Island, Lake Huron.; Final Location: Drummond Island, near Fort St. Joseph. Lake Huron., Wrecked.; One of the earliest wrecks of vessel ...
  • NIAGARA (1804, Sloop)
    Ship       Other Names: NANCY; 1806 Sold British & renamed NANCY. 1814 Captured by American force.; Original Owner: U.S. Government
    Ship     Other Names: NANCY; 1806 Sold British & renamed NANCY. 1814 Captured by American force.; Original Owner: U.S. Government
  • FAIR AMERICAN (1804, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: Oct 1818; Dimensions (LBD): 64' x 18.6' x 8' ; 1804 First American vessel built on Lake Ontario. 1812 Owned Matthew McNair, Oswego; purchased by U.S. Government, armed with 2 guns, sailed in Commodore Chauncey's Fleet. 1814 Returned to commercial service. 1815, Aug 10 Enrolled Oswego. 1818, Oct ...
    Ship     Final Date: Oct 1818; Dimensions (LBD): 64' x 18.6' x 8' ; 1804 First American vessel built on Lake Ontario. 1812 Owned Matthew McNair, Oswego; purchased by U.S. Government, armed ...
  • CAMDEN (1804, Other)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Engaged in fur trade for Provincial Marine, stationed Fort Erie. Used as prison ship War of 1812. May have sunk Detroit River.
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Engaged in fur trade for Provincial Marine, stationed Fort Erie. Used as prison ship War of 1812. May have sunk Detroit River.
  • NANCY (1805, Schooner)
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  • EARL OF MOIRA (1805, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: CHARWELL; Dimensions (LBD): 70' x 33.8' x 11' ; 1805, May 28 launched. 1811, Sep Lake Ontario with British Fleet; armament 12 guns. 1814 Altered to Brig; renamed CHARWELL. 1816 Used as a powder vessel. 1827 Used as accomadation vessel. 1837 Sold.; Original Owner: British Navy
    Ship     Other Names: CHARWELL; Dimensions (LBD): 70' x 33.8' x 11' ; 1805, May 28 launched. 1811, Sep Lake Ontario with British Fleet; armament 12 guns. 1814 Altered to Brig; renamed ...
  • LARK (1805, Schooner)
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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.