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  • ACCOMMODATION (1809, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1812; Dimensions (LBD): 85' x 16' ; Described as first steamboat built on any waters connected with Great Lakes. 1809 - 1810 In commission. 1810 - 1812 Laid up at Bucherville, QUE. 1812 Broken up.; Original Owner: John Molson
      Final Date: 1812; Dimensions (LBD): 85' x 16' ; Described as first ...
  • ADAMS, USS (1801)
        Other Names: HMS DETROIT
      Other Names: HMS DETROIT
  • ADAMS, USS (1801, Brig)
        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 ...
      Other Names: HMS DETROIT; Final Date: Oct 1812; Built for U. S. ...
  • BRITISH  QUEEN (1807, Schooner)
  • CALEDONIA (1807, Brig)
        Other Names: GENERAL WAYNE; Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1818; Acquired by Royal Navy & armed with 2 guns. 1812, Oct 9 Captured at Fort Erie, ONT by U.S. Lt. Jesse D. Elliot. 1812, Oct 13 Burned by raiding party, Fort Erie. 1813, Aug Fought in Battle of Lake Erie. ...
      Other Names: GENERAL WAYNE; Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1818; Acquired by ...
  • CAMBRIA (1809, Schooner)
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  • CAMDEN (1804, Other)
        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.
      Official No.: BRITISH; Engaged in fur trade for Provincial Marine, stationed Fort ...
  • CATHERINE (1808, Schooner)
        Other Names: SOMMERS, USS;HURON, HMS; 1809 Launched. 1812 Sold to government, renamed SOMMERS; 2 guns. 1814, Aug Captured by British at Fort Erie & renamed HURON; 53'6" x 17'3.25" x 8; 65 tons burthen; in Perry's Fleet. 1814 Sunk in Streets Creek off Chippewa Creek to avoid capture by Americans; ...
      Other Names: SOMMERS, USS;HURON, HMS; 1809 Launched. 1812 Sold to government, renamed ...
  • CATHERINE (1809, Schooner)
        Other Names: SALINA; Final Date: 1813; 1809 Owned Dobbins & Reed, Erie, PA. 1812 Captured by British at Mackinac 1812 - 13 En route Port Dover to Malden, abandoned in ice on Lake Erie; seized by Capt. Dobbins near Erie, PA; stripped & burned.; Final Location: 9 - 10 miles ...
      Other Names: SALINA; Final Date: 1813; 1809 Owned Dobbins & Reed, Erie, ...
  • COLLECTOR (1809, Schooner)
        Other Names: PERT; 1809 On Lake Ontario. c1812 Renamed PERT; armed with single 32 pdr long gun & pair of 6 pdrs; owned U.S. Government. 1813, Jul In Battle of Four Mile Creek. 1816 Noted Kingston, ONT. 1816, Nov Aground False Ducks, Lake Ontario; released.
      Other Names: PERT; 1809 On Lake Ontario. c1812 Renamed PERT; armed with ...
  • CONTRACTOR (1803, Schooner)
        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, ...
      Other Names: TRIPPE, H.M.S.; Final Date: Dec 1813; 1812 Renamed U.S.S. TRIPPE; ...
  • DIANA (1809, Schooner)
        Other Names: HAMILTON; Final Date: 18 Aug 1813; 1809 Built Oswego, NY; merchant vessel. 1812 Purchased by U. S. Navy; renamed HAMILTON, (Paul Hamilton, Secretary of the Navy) outfitted as warship, 10 guns. 1813, Aug 18 Lost in storm while waiting for an attack on Toronto (York) ONT.; Original Owner: ...
      Other Names: HAMILTON; Final Date: 18 Aug 1813; 1809 Built Oswego, NY; ...
  • DOVE (1809, Schooner)
        1818 Navigating Great Lakes; of Detroit.
      1818 Navigating Great Lakes; of Detroit.
  • DOVER (pre1806, Schooner)
        Official No.: BRITISH; 1806, Jul 16 Enrolled Presque Isle Customs District.
      Official No.: BRITISH; 1806, Jul 16 Enrolled Presque Isle Customs District.
  • DUKE OF GLOUCHESTER (1800, Schooner)
        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, ...
      Other Names: ECKFORD; Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 67' x 18' x ...
  • DUKE OF KENT (1801, Other)
        Official No.: BRITISH; 6 gun vessel, Lake Ontario. 1801, Oct Launched. 1811 Laid up, barracks.
      Official No.: BRITISH; 6 gun vessel, Lake Ontario. 1801, Oct Launched. 1811 ...
  • DUKE OF YORK (1801, Other)
        Official No.: BRITISH
      Official No.: BRITISH
  • EAGLE (pre1809, Schooner)
        pre 1809 On Lake Ontario.
      pre 1809 On Lake Ontario.
  • EARL OF MOIRA (1805, Schooner)
        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
      Other Names: CHARWELL; Dimensions (LBD): 70' x 33.8' x 11' ; 1805, ...
  • ELIZABETH (1808, Schooner)
        Other Names: ASP; Final Date: 11 Oct 1820; Origionally armed British schooner. 1812 Captured by Americans; became U.S. naval vessel. 1813 Renamed ASP. 1815 Sold to private parties, owned at Niagara. 1819, Nov Aground Buffalo, Lake Erie. 1820 Ran Buffalo - Sault. 1820 Wrecked.; Final Location: Near Salmon River. Lake ...
      Other Names: ASP; Final Date: 11 Oct 1820; Origionally armed British schooner. ...
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