3 edition of Perry"s Lake Erie fleet found in the catalog.
Perry"s Lake Erie fleet
David R. Frew
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||E360 .F74 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012007764|
The battle of Lake Erie: a collection of documents, chiefly by Commodore Perry: including the court-martial of Commander Barclay & the court of enquiry on Captain Elliott, comprising over pages, by Mr. Charles Oscar Paullin: Only copies of this book were . USS Niagara. The US gun-brigs Lawrence and Niagara were sister battle ships built for Master Commander Oliver Hazard Perry’s fleet to fight the British Navy on the Great Lakes in the War of Being sister ships, they were built in tandem at the Cascade shipyard to be identical. Each was a foot, two-masted ship built with thick oak, with 18 pound carronades, which were short.
It can be fairly stated that Perry’s involvement in the Battle of Lake Erie essentially included nine "campaigns", with major responsibilities for the following: (1) Capturing Fort George (2) Destroying the British ammunitions at Fort Erie (3) Rescuing five vessels from Black Rock (4) Building of the fleet at Erie. Oliver Hazard Perry >Oliver Hazard Perry () was the American naval officer in command >during the Sept. 10, , victory on Lake Erie , one of the great >American naval triumphs of the War of . Oliver Hazard Perry was born in South Kingston, R.I., on Aug. 20, Perry’s nine vessels had a 2-to-1 advantage in weight of metal when compared to that of Barclay’s six-ship squadron. Although Barclay’s HMS Detroit was larger than either of Perry’s two brigs, the Detroit carried a varied armament of cannon taken off the ramparts of Fort Malden that were inferior in firepower to either of Perry’s twin brigs, the Lawrence or Niagara.
The Perrys victory centenary. Report of the Perrys victory centennial commission, state of New York. (Albany, J.B. Lyon Company, Printers, ), by New York (State). Perrys Victory Centennial Commission, George Douglas Emerson, and William James Conners (page images at HathiTrust) The building of Perry's fleet on Lake Erie, "We have met the enemy and they are ours" So wrote Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry to General William Henry Harrison following his decisive victory over a British fleet at the Battle of Lake Erie. Perry's victory served as a catalyst both for this battle and for ending hostilities in the Old Northwest Theater of the War of Author: Jeff Kissell. Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry fought the Battle of Lake Erie on Septem , successfully defeating a Royal Navy task force. Some of the most famous Navy quotes came from Perry during this.
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On Sept. 10,Perry's fleet left Put-in-Bay, Ohio, and met a slightly inferior British force. In the subsequent battle, the battle of Lake Erie, Perry's flagship, the Lawrence, was reduced to ruins, but he transferred his flag to the Niagara and shortly.The Erie Indians ebook along the southern shores of Lake Erie and were early inhabitants of the area.
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