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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.

[U.S.S. Susquehanna, Commodore Perry's flag ship, full starboard view]

Commodore Perry at the battle of Lake Erie / J.R. Chapin ; F.F. Walker.

Commodore Perry at the battle of Lake Erie. "Ready! All ready your honor" / J.R. Chapin ; W. Ridgway.

Gunboat "Commodore Perry", James River, Va.

[Dupont powder wagon carrying powder to Commodore Perry at Lake Erie]

[Remains at water's edge of U.S. Brig Niagara, flagship of Commodore Perry during the 1813 Battle of Lake Erie]

[Commodore Perry in Japan]

[Commodore Perry in Japan]

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 / drawn by Sully and Kearney ; engrd. by Murray, Draper, Fairman and Co.

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 / drawn by Sully and Kearney ; engrd. by Murray, Draper, Fairman and Co.

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