Chesapeake vs Shannon by Cruikshank
British valour and Yankee boasting or, Shannon versus Chesapeake / George Cruikshank. Cartoon shows a British boarding party routing the crew of the Chesapeake; in a matter of minutes the crew was subdued and the British flag hoisted. The Americans are portrayed as hapless and cowardly. Image date: Sept. 1, 1813.
Image ID: 001553
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Image size: 11.3 Mpixels (32.3 MB uncompressed) - 5274x2143 pixels (17.5x7.1 in / 44.7x18.1 cm at 300 ppi)
Image keywords: 1800s, 19th-century, Americas, Eon4884, EonBargain, Events, George Cruikshank, Great Britain, HMS Shannon, Illustrations, James Lawrence, Modern-Industrial, Philip Broke, USS Chesapeake, United States, War of 1812, War-Conflict, battles, cartoons, naval battles, parodies, political cartoons, satire, ships