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                                                No.769   
"On September 10, 1813, U.S. Navy forces defeat British Royal Navy forces at the Battle of Lake Erie."
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On This Day in American History
On September 10, 1813, U.S. Navy forces defeat British Royal Navy forces at the Battle of Lake Erie. Led by Oliver Hazard Perry, nine U.S. ships defeated six British ships, securing Lake Erie for the remainder of the War of 1812. That control removed the British threat to Ohio, Pennsylvania and Western New York. The victory also led to the recovery of Detroit and the defeat of a Native American confederation which had sided with the British.
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                    "1813  The Battle of Lake Erie-HISTORY-HISTORY"
In the first unqualified defeat of a British naval squadron in history, U.S. Captain Oliver Hazard Perry leads a fleet of nine American ships to victory over a squadron of six British warships at the Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812.

The battle was closely contested for hours, and Perry’s flagship Lawrence was reduced to a defenseless wreck. He then transferred to the Niagara and sailed directly into the British line, firing broadsides and forcing the British to surrender. Perry had won a complete victory at the cost of 27 Americans killed and 96 wounded; British casualties were 40 dead and 94 wounded. After the battle,
Perry sent a famous dispatch to U.S. General William Henry Harrison that read, “We have met the enemy, and they are ours.” The Battle of Lake Erie forced the British to abandon Detroit, ensuring U.S. control over Lake Erie and the territorial northwest.

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