1812 – Part 11: The Sinking of the Nancy


A former Canadian fur trading vessel, HMS Nancy was the only ship left in the Upper Great Lakes after the Battle of Lake Erie. Attacked and sunk by American ships, her captain and crew reached Fort Michilimackinac and then returned to capture two of the ships that had sunk the Nancy.

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