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- Thu Jun 01, 2017 2:28 pm
- Forum: Privateers
- Topic: US 1812 privateres in British service
- Replies: 4
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This may not be exactly what you're after, but this site lists American, British, and Canadian* privateers from the war: http://www.1812privateers.org/Canada/ *Since Canada didn't exist yet, they were just British privateers, but the distinction is made for people and ships sailing from Canadian por...
A museum for all things watery, the Aquatarium in Brockville has a partial reconstruction of one of the ships built for duty on the Great Lakes during the Revoultionary War. https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-SOFswesAzxQ/Vxfd7smc3HI/AAAAAAAAHzM/VmgHuHUydTc1TNUE0pXUcdhLWIFMHb0oQCLcB/s1600/April%2B09b%252C%2B...
It's coming along nicely! But for the spam... -_- I've thought of another category, though I'm not sure if you want this on the site or not - Art. A heading for sharing pictures or paintings of ships and the like. I'd include a gentle reminder that it ought to be used for real ships, or at least art...
- Wed May 24, 2017 10:45 pm
- Forum: Ship Owners and Companies
- Topic: Late 18th century VOC uniforms
- Replies: 0
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Not strictly ships, but a part of shipboard life. Something I've been after for a while now are prints or paintings of late Dutch East India Company uniforms. There are many prints of captains and officers, and especially soldiers, from much earlier, especially the Dutch Golden Age. What I'm curious...
Hurray for the forum! If you do wish to break it down further, my suggestion would be to change "Warships" and "Mariners" into "Ships" and "People", and create subforums within those categories. People is easy: Sailors (captains, admirals, seamen, etc); builders/designers; maybe politicians. Ships i...