By Ian Sturton, Przemyslaw Budzbon
All of the World's Battleships offers the technical info, provides the layout heritage and descriptions the careers of the world's battleships and battlecruisers. the data has been revised and increased from Conway's popular 'Fighting Ships' sequence. prepared through state, variety, and sophistication, every one battleship is defined intimately and each web page is illustrated with plans and old images, many proven throughout double pages in order that the attention-grabbing information will be liked. The send histories contain references to big technical and political advancements within the numerous navies of the area.
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The next mention of sail on Lake Superior concerns the English trader, Alexander Henry, in 1770. He could possibly have been using the same vessel, though this is unlikely. About this time the "goelette" (an early version of the schooner) and the schooner started to come into use on the lakes but there are not sufficient records of early ships to indicate the exact date of their arrival. The French fleet 0/1757 as depicted by Captain Pierre Bouchard de la Broquerie. The ships are (from left to right) La Marquise de Vaudreuil, La Hurault, La Louise and Le Victor.
This site is in the Niagara River, some three miles above the lip of the Falls (the French called it "lie de la Marina")* In 1762, they built two ships, the Huron and the Michigan. While some authors give these vessels other names, Cuthbertson's research in Freshwater seems indisputable. These ships were of some 8o-tons displacement, 60 feet long, 14 feet wide, schooner-rigged and armed with three four-pounders on each side. Each carried two swivel-mounted guns at the bows. 4 The Michigan was shipwrecked at Point Albino, along the south shore of Lake Erie between present-day Buffalo and Erie, Pennsylvania, on August 28, 1763.
The armament consisted of eight small cannon of iron and brass, three of which were described as "arquebuses-a-croc," that is to say, mounted on a swivel base. These small cannons could only be used to combat attacks from boarding parties of Natives, since they fired shot, perhaps the size of an orange, on a rather short range. In most cases, this weaponry fired a cloth or leather bag filled with grape shot. Tonty and a party of five had gone ahead by canoe earlier, to trade for furs and to rendezvous at the mouth of the Detroit River.
All the world's battleships: 1906 to the present by Ian Sturton, Przemyslaw Budzbon