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|197k||US Brig Niagara sail plan||Tommy Trampp|
|160k||One of the more interesting moments during the Battle of Lake Erie was when COMO. Oliver Hazard Perry, who was aboard the heavily damaged US Brig Lawrence decided to transfer his personnel pennant, a blue flag bearing the motto "Don't give up the ship", to another ship the US Brig Niagara. Amidst the chaos of battle Perry and his crew travel half a mile to Niagara where he continued to lead the US squadron to victory.||Tommy Trampp|
|340k||A colored lithograph/print by Julian O Davidson and Vanderbilt Allen. The lithograph captures COMO. Perry transferring his flag in the middle of the Battle of Lake Erie from US Brig Lawrence to US Brig Niagara.||Tommy Trampp|
US Naval History and Heritage Command
photo # NH KN-621
|66k||Painting by William H. Powell, depicting Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry transferring his flag from the disabled
US Brig Lawrence to the US Brig Niagara, at the height of the action. The original painting is exhibited in the
United States Capitol Building, Washington, D.C.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH KN-621
|US Naval History and Heritage Command and
|102k||Print of a framed oil painting by Mort Kunstler known as "Perry boards the Niagara". Shows Commodore Matthew Perry boarding the USS Niagara with his famous "Don't give up the Ship" Flag during the battle of Lake Erie, 10 September 1813. During this battle, 9 vessels of the US Navy defeated and captured 6 vessels of the British Royal Navy ensuring American control of Lake Erie for the rest of the war.||Tommy Trampp|
|309k||Centennial post card image, depicting Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry in either the US Brig Niagara or the US Brig Lawrence, at the Battle of Lake Erie.||Tommy Trampp|
|262k||A double post card image depicting Perry's transfer to the Niagara during the battle where the now famous motto of the US Navy "DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP" originated. and a view of US Brig Niagara underway.||Tommy Trampp|
|128k||A post card image of the restored US Brig Niagara, date unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|257k||Post card image of the hulk of the US Brig Niagara after being raised for restoration for the 1913 centennial.||Tommy Trampp|
|150k||US Brig Niagara was towed from port to port in 1913 during her tour of Great Lakes cities on the centennial of Perry's victory at the Battle of Erie in 1813||Tommy Trampp|
|796k||US Brig Niagara, center, and two other ships at anchor in Put-in-Bay, off South Bass island in 1913 for the centennial celebration of the Battle of Lake Erie.||Robert Hurst|
|119k||Post card image of US Brig Niagara at anchor, date and location unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|80k||US Brig Niagara, circa 1913, possibility celebrating the 100th year anniversary of Commander Perry's victory on Lake Erie. While credited with being Perry's flagship, the ship was actually a relief flagship in the Battle of Lake Erie.
Library of Congress, Photo No. LC-D4-22787.
|136k||From left to right; celebrating the 100th year anniversary of Commander Perry's victory on Lake Erie. Essex (IX-10), US Brig Niagara and Wolverine (IX-31) moored pierside 1913.||Tommy Trampp|
|79k||US Brig Niagara moored pierside, date and location unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|247k||Post card image of US Brig Niagara (second restoration) on display at Erie, PA.. circa post 1963. She was restored for the second time for the Perry Sesquicentennial.||Tommy Trampp|
|104k||Post card images of the restored US Brig Niagara at Erie Pennsylvania.||Tommy Trampp|
|299k||US Brig Niagara (third restoration) moored at her home port the Eire Maritime Museum.||Tommy Trampp|
|44k||Pen and ink drawing of US Brig Niagara, 1995, by Kevin Jobczynski.||Tommy Trampp|
|113k||US Brig Niagara under full sail on Lake Erie near Erie, PA., 13 July 2008.
Photo Courtesy of Dilipkumar.
|1546k||US Brig Niagara under full sail on Lake Erie near Put-in-Bay, off South Bass Island, Ohio, 26 June 2009.
Photo by Lance Woodworth.
|Robert Hurst and Tommy Trampp|
|104k||US Brig Niagara passing the harbor front at Toronto, Ontario, Canada under full sail, 4 July 2010.
Photo Courtesy of Steelhead
|108k||US Brig Niagara under way in September 2016 during the 2016 Tall Ships Erie Festival.||Tommy Trampp|
|884k||Bridle rosette possibly featuring the US Brig Niagara||Mitch Ingram|
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