Battle of Lake Erie, 'Don't Give Up the Ship!', 1813
RM2F62DC8Battle of Lake Erie, 'Don't Give Up the Ship!', 1813
Oil on Wood portrait of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry from the US Naval Academy Museum Collection September 6, 2013. The the 200th anniversary of Perry's famous naval victory over the British in the Battle of Lake Eric is September 10, 2013.
RMDE195WOil on Wood portrait of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry from the US Naval Academy Museum Collection September 6, 2013. The the 200th anniversary of Perry's famous naval victory over the British in the Battle of Lake Eric is September 10, 2013.
Perry's International Peace Monument at Catawba Island in Put-in-Bay, OH. where the Battle of Lake Erie July 7, 2012.  Under the command of Master Commandant Oliver Hazard Perry, American forces forces fought against the British for control of the main water route to Canada during the War of 1812 spurred on by Perry's famous battle cry Don't give up the ship! (Photo by: Sgt. David Bolton, Public Affairs Specialist, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Kentucky Army National Guard).
RMKYH5GJPerry's International Peace Monument at Catawba Island in Put-in-Bay, OH. where the Battle of Lake Erie July 7, 2012. Under the command of Master Commandant Oliver Hazard Perry, American forces forces fought against the British for control of the main water route to Canada during the War of 1812 spurred on by Perry's famous battle cry Don't give up the ship! (Photo by: Sgt. David Bolton, Public Affairs Specialist, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Kentucky Army National Guard).
Business Journal . ead of Commodore Perrys flagship,the Lawrence, which was named aft-er the famous Capt. John Lawrence.The hoisting of this flag was the signalfor action at the battle of Lake Erie.The flag measures eieht by ten feet. Thebackground is of solid blue, and written of the dying Lawrence: Dont give.up the ship. The collection comprises 136 flags, allof which are of great historical value.Included in the number are the flags ofthe Spanish commanders Admiral Mont-ejo, who was defeated by Dewey at Ma-nila Bay, and Admiral Cervera at thebattle of Santiago. The great task of restoring t
RM2AX8GYMBusiness Journal . ead of Commodore Perrys flagship,the Lawrence, which was named aft-er the famous Capt. John Lawrence.The hoisting of this flag was the signalfor action at the battle of Lake Erie.The flag measures eieht by ten feet. Thebackground is of solid blue, and written of the dying Lawrence: Dont give.up the ship. The collection comprises 136 flags, allof which are of great historical value.Included in the number are the flags ofthe Spanish commanders Admiral Mont-ejo, who was defeated by Dewey at Ma-nila Bay, and Admiral Cervera at thebattle of Santiago. The great task of restoring t
A view from atop Perry's International Peace Monument at Catawba Island in Put-in-Bay, OH. overlooking the site of the Battle of Lake Erie July 7, 2012.  Under the command of Master Commandant Oliver Hazard Perry, American forces forces fought against the British for control of the main water route to Canada during the War of 1812 spurred on by Perry's famous battle cry Don't give up the ship!  (Photo by: Sgt. David Bolton, Public Affairs Specialist, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Kentucky Army National Guard).
RMKYH5GKA view from atop Perry's International Peace Monument at Catawba Island in Put-in-Bay, OH. overlooking the site of the Battle of Lake Erie July 7, 2012. Under the command of Master Commandant Oliver Hazard Perry, American forces forces fought against the British for control of the main water route to Canada during the War of 1812 spurred on by Perry's famous battle cry Don't give up the ship! (Photo by: Sgt. David Bolton, Public Affairs Specialist, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Kentucky Army National Guard).
. The new eclectic history of the United States . STATES. 380. The Great Lakes were still controlled by the British, whoheld Michigan and threatened Ohio. Captain Oliver H.Perry s was sent to drive them from the lakes. He had first tocreate a fleet from die forests on Lake Erie, while sailors werebrought overland in stage-coaches. Scarcely were his nineships ready for action when the British fleet bore down uponhim near Put-in Bay. Perrys flag-ship, the Lawrence, bore ather mast-head a pennon inscribed, Dont give up the ship! 381. Battle of Lake Erie.—The battle was severe, and theLawrence, ha
RM2CDY5Y2. The new eclectic history of the United States . STATES. 380. The Great Lakes were still controlled by the British, whoheld Michigan and threatened Ohio. Captain Oliver H.Perry s was sent to drive them from the lakes. He had first tocreate a fleet from die forests on Lake Erie, while sailors werebrought overland in stage-coaches. Scarcely were his nineships ready for action when the British fleet bore down uponhim near Put-in Bay. Perrys flag-ship, the Lawrence, bore ather mast-head a pennon inscribed, Dont give up the ship! 381. Battle of Lake Erie.—The battle was severe, and theLawrence, ha