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This representation of the battle on Lake Erie is respectfully inscribed to Commodore Perry, his officers and gallant crews, by their humble servant James Webster - second view / drawn by Sully and Kearney ; etched by C. Tiebout ; & engraved by G. Murray ; printed by Rogers and Esler.

This representation of the battle on Lake Erie is respectfully inscribed to Commodore Perry, his officers and gallant crews, by their humble servant James Webster - second view / drawn by Sully and Kearney ; etched by C. Tiebout ; & engraved by G. Murray ; printed by Rogers and Esler.

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description

Summary

Print shows many ships from the stern engaged in battle on Lake Erie.

date_range

Date

01/01/1815
person

Contributors

Murray, Draper, Fairman & Co.
Sully, Thomas, 1783-1872, artist
Kearny, Francis, 1785-1837, artist
Tiebout, Cornelius, 1777-1832, etcher
Murray, George, -1822, engraver
Webster, James, 1776?-1851, publisher
place

Location

Lake Erie Beach42.62423, -79.06698
Google Map of 42.6242257, -79.066983
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