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Perry's Victory centennial sourvenir : the "Niagara" keepsake

compiled and published by the editorial staff of the Journal of American History under the auspices of the Board of Perry's Victory Cenntennial Commissioners of the state of Pennsylvania
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English
New York, New York : Journal of American History, c1913
95 p. : ill., ports.

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The ship, Niagara, was commanded by Commodore Perry in the Battle of Lake Erie in 1813. The ship was raised from the bottom of Misery Bay in Presque Isle Bay at Erie, Pennsylvania, and rebuilt.

Includes information on the battle, Com. Perry, and events afterward. Also includes the raising of the Niagara and events relating to the centennial of the battle of Lake Erie.

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