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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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A. B. Johnson (four-masted schooner), 12:14

A. D. Huff (Canadian freighter), 26:3

A. F. Coats, 38:47

A. J. Fuller (American Downeaster), 71:12, 72:22, 81:42, 82:6, 155:21

A. J. McAllister (tugboat), 25:28

A. J. Meerwald (fishing/oyster schooner), 70:39, 70:39, 76:36, 77:41, 92:12, 92:13, 92:14

A. S. Parker (schooner), 77:28–29, 77:29–30

A. Sewall & Co., 145:4

A. T. Gifford (schooner), 123:19–20

“…A Very Pleasant Place to Build a Towne On,” 37:47

Aalund, Suzy (artist), 21:38

Aase, Sigurd, 157:23

Abandoned Shipwreck Act of 1987, 39:7, 41:4, 42:4, 46:44, 51:6–7, 52:8–9, 56:34–35, 68:14, 68:16, 69:4, 82:38, 153:18

Abbass, D. K. (Kathy), 55:4, 63:8, 91:5

Abbott, Amy, 49:30

Abbott, Lemuel Francis (artist), 110:0

ABCD cruisers, 103:10

Abel, Christina

“Sailors’ Snug Harbor,” 125:22–25

Abel Tasman (ex-Bonaire) (former barquentine), 3:4, 3:5, 3:5, 11:7, 12:28, 45:34, 83:53

Abele, Mannert, 117:41

Aberdeen, SS (steamship), 158:30, 158:30, 158:32

Aberdeen Maritime Museum, 33:32

Abnaki (tugboat), 37:4

Abner Coburn, 123:30

“Aboard a ‘Handy Little Yacht,’” 56:29

“Aboard USS Constitution—Under Sail!” 82:30–31

Abqaiq (ex-Rockwing; ex-Tapline; now Fearless) (tugboat), 25:19

Abraham Rydberg (ex-Hawaiian Isles; now Seven Seas) (four-masted barque), 32:28, 41:2, 93:31, 114:12, 123:14–15, 123:14, 123:15, 124:6

Abranson, Erik C., 16:16–17, 19:19, 19:19

Absecon, USCGC, 46:8–9, 46:9

AC72 (catamaran racing yacht), 158:42, 158:42

Academy Arts Museum (Easton, MD), 156:39

Acadia (hydrographic survey ship), 25:47

Acadia (steamship), 60:39, 64:33, 95:11, 144:48

Acasta, HMS (frigate), 141:14

Achaios (now Elissa; ex-Fjeld; ex-Gustav; ex-Christophoros; ex-Pioneer) (barque). See Elissa

Achille (French warship), 132:38

Achilles (British privateer), 59:26

Achilles (steamer), 65:32

Achterling, Michael, 139:35, 139:35

Ackland, Percy, 39:13

Acme (now Star of Poland), 14:36

Acors Barnes (whaleship), 6:15

“Across the Western Ocean: American Ships by Liverpool Artists,” 75:22–29

Actaeon (Canadian barque), 13:41, 20:27, 78:17

Activ (3-masted schooner), 28:30

Active (Coast Survey steam vessel), 120:32

Active (frigate), 104:29

Active (full-rigged ship), 67:5

Active (two-masted schooner), 128:15

“Activism Through Art, the Maritime Paintings of Christine Hanlon,” 133:26–30

Acushnet (whaleship), 99:15–16, 134:19

Adamastor (Portuguese cruiser), 101:15

Adams, Arthur G., 37:17

“The Doughty Steam Tug Mathilda Comes to Kingston,” 30:28

Adams, Bob, 48:34

Adams, John, 153:24, 153:28, 153:29, 153:30, 164:19, 164:20

Adams, John Quincy, 71:21, 156:30

Adams, Louis K., 149:20

Adams, Thomas E. (modelmaker), 73:18

Adams, Zina Hyde, 125:6

Adams, USS (frigate), 12:14, 19:37, 103:16, 105:11, 114:26, 153:34

Addie VII (harbor tug), 76:14, 76:14

Addison Gallery of American Art, 71:28

Adelaar (tugboat), 25:19

Adelaide (Australian ship), 3:31

Adelaide (tugboat), 25:19

Adele (barquentine), 93:15, 93:16

Adeline Smith (steam schooner), 85:54

Adie, Ingeborg Louise “Vesla”

“Welcome to the New Land, Draken Harald Hårfagre,” 157:22–25

Adirondack (schooner), 89:6, 89:7, 92:12, 128:11

Adirondack, USS (warship), 76:34–35

Adirondack II (schooner), 154:9, 154:9

Adirondack Museum, 51:35

Admiral Dewey (schooner), 49:23

Admiral Evans (ex-Buckman) (banana carrier), 22:24

Admiral Graf Spee (German pocket battleship), 65:16

Admiral Hipper, 64:47

Admiral Karpfanger (ex-L’Avenir) (four-masted barque), 18:63, 48:5, 70:12, 93:16, 93:16, 93:17

Admiral Richard E. Bennis, M/V, 128:29

“Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, Loyalist and Patriot,” 42:30–31

Adney, Edwin Tappan (modelmaker), 99:18–21

Adney collection, 96:37

“Adolphus Greely and the Lady Franklin Bay Expedition, 1881–1884,” 121:14–18

Adrian Maersk, 152:52

Adriana (schooner), 47:8

Adriatic (American Collins liner), 65:33, 151:36

Adrift: A True Story of Tragedy on the Icy Atlantic and the One Who Lived to Tell About It,” 165:14–16

Advance (steamship), 77:36

Advanced Imaging and Visualization Laboratory (Woods Hole), 153:20

Adventure (Cook’s ship), 83:17, 85:38, 85:39, 85:39

Adventure (ex-Raleigh; collier), 11:14

Adventure (Gloucester dory fishing schooner), 4:7, 4:9, 5:29, 49:4, 49:12, 6:5, 42:12, 49:16, 49:16, 49:31, 49:35, 53:11, 68:30, 71:36, 94:38, 121:30–33, 121:30, 121:32–33, 146:4, 146:4, 146:10, 146:10, 146:13, 146:13, 150:36, 154:51, 154:53, 154:53, 159:0, 159:19, 159:22–23, 159:22–23, 161:56

Adventure (square-rigged ketch reproduction), 8:17, 17:25, 17:28

Adventure (sloop), 43:20

“An Adventure By Sea,” 34:46–47

Adventurer (D-6 container ship), 12:30

Adventurer (schooner), 92:14

Adventuress (schooner/sail training ship), 13:34, 20:30, 21:42, 36:35, 57:18, 59:6, 72:28, 72:28, 72:29, 79:23, 79:25, 86:3, 142:34–35, 142:34

Adventuress, ‘Queen of Puget Sound,’” 72:28

Advisory Council on Underwater Archaeology (ACUA), 51:6

Aegean (ex-Beegie, renamed Centurion) (brigantine), 3:6, 37:33

Aeger (corvette), 30:10

Aeolus (German schooner), 52:15, 52:16

Aeolus, USS (CTF ship), 161:21, 161:22

Aeroe (ex-Victoria; ex-Gulli; renamed Beaver), (Boston Tea Party brig replica), 3:5, 3:5, 8:17, 10:26, 17:29, 49:35

AF Chapman (ex-G. D. Kennedy, ex-Dunboyne) (full-rigged merchant vessel), 2:7

Africa (ex-Meinwen) (river barge), 20:19

African Queen (ex-Livingstone) (steamboat), 139:45, 139:45, 141:6

African Queen (film), 141:6

Afro-American Historical and Cultural Museum. See National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC)

Afro-American Institute, 8:29

“After Forty Years,” 35:14–19

Agamemnon (frigate), 85:12, 91:21

Agamemnon (compound engine steamer), 65:32

Agamemnon, USS (ex-SS Kaiser Wilhelm II) (CTF ship), 161:21, 161:22, 162:7

Agardy, Peter (artist), 154:43

Agate, Alfred T. (artist), 116:30

Age of Sail Maritime Alliance, 126:40

“The Age of Sail,” 65:6

Agna, Joseph (artist), 154:42

Agnes Muir (ex-Adele) (coal hulk), 32:38

Agote, Xabier, 85:46–47, 85:47

Aguirre, Manuel Hermenegildo de, 164:19–20

Agustina (Norwegian barque), 13:51

Ahlander, Björn, 157:23, 158:5–6

Ahlstrom, Justine M., 88:2, 155:14

Kaiulani: Princess, Ship and Legacy,” 91:24–26

“Last of the Hussars,” 89:36–37

“Launching the Maritime Education Initiative, Part I,” 62:7–9

“Launching the Maritime Education Initiative, Part II,” 63:8–9

“The Sail Training Ship Kruzenshtern and the Legacy of the Laeisz Company,” 89:30–32

Aikoku Maru (Japanese armed merchant cruiser), 94:2–3

Ailich (Hebridean birlinn), 59:34

air bases, subarctic 101:10–13

Aircraft Carrier Hornet Foundation (ACHF), 109:30

aircraft carriers, 148:29

Essex-class, 107:2–3, 108:3, 109:30

Independence-class, 33:24

Ticonderoga-class, 108:3

aircraft carriers, American

USS America, 31:20

USS Cabot/Dedalo (CVL 28), 50:34, 51:36, 59:35, 72:34, 72:34, 73:5, 73:17, 74:35, 76:36, 76:36, 80:36, 96:32, 97, 4

USS Cowpens, 33:24

USS Fanshaw Bay, 71:16

USS Forrestal, 5:14, 94:21

USS Franklin, 65:16, 72:5

USS Hornet, 96:15, 102:9, 102:10–11, 102:12, 107:2–3, 109:30, 109:30, 110:4, 110:4

USS Intrepid, 5:30, 12:29, 23:23, 25:44, 29:3, 29:3, 30:5, 30:5, 31:4–5, 33:24–26, 33:24–25, 35:3, 35:41, 53:11, 64:9, 66:14, 73:17, 84:29, 90:39, 96:15, 107:2–3, 117:41, 117:41, 121:44, 121:44, 124:7, 125:48, 125:48, 128:38, 133:24, 133:24, 148:29

USS John F. Kennedy, 30:9, 42:28, 52:22, 129:42

USS Kitty Hawk, 144:35

USS Lexington, 12:29, 64:37, 73:17, 84:29, 106:36, 106:36, 148:29, 107:2–3

USS Leyte, 118:38

USS Midway, 66:25, 98:38, 120:19, 120:31

USS Princeton, 72:5

USS Randolph, 108:3

USS Santee, 71:16

USS Saratoga, 94:21, 92:37, 116:37, 116:37, 118:38–39, 137:12, 138:26, 144:35

USS Suwanee, 71:16

USS T’arawa, 118:38

USS Yorktown, USS (berthed at Patriot’s Point), 5:30, 12:29, 73:17, 84:29, 106:3, 107:2–3, 133:21, 148:29, 156:9, 158:13, 158:13

USS Yorktown, (sunk at Battle of Midway), 88:38, 102:8, 102:9, 102:10, 102:10, 102:11–12, 104:7, 106:3

aircraft carriers, British

HMS Ark Royal, 18:46, 30:8, 31:2, 65:32, 85:36

HMS Eagle, 56:13

HMS Minas Gerais (ex-HMS Vengeance), 100:42, 100:42

HMS Queen Elizabeth, 156:55

HMS Illustrious, 56:13, 56:14

aircraft carriers, other countries

Hiryu, 102:11, 102:11, 102:12

Kalinin Bay, 71:16

Kitkun Bay, 71:16

Tone, 102:9

‘aiyassa boats, 10:4, 10:4, 11:3, 35:33, 35:34, 35:34

  1. J. Goddard (Klondike Gold Rush shipwreck), 153:21, 153:21

Aja (klipperbarge), 25:33

Ajax (British cruiser), 65:16

Ajax (compound engine steamer), 65:32

Akagi (Japanese carrier), 102:9, 102:11, 102:12

Aker, Raymond, 31:57, 105:41

“Francis Drake at Cape Horn,” 80:12–13

Akers, Dorris

“Maritime History in America’s Heartland: The Michigan Maritime Museum,” 77:21–23

Al Sinani, Khalid, 157:42–43, 157:43

Alabama (schooner), 122:10, 123:8, 123:10

Alabama, CSS (screw steam sloop of war), 8:25, 31:2, 36:16, 53:43, 60:17, 64:21, 68:14, 70:40, 116:24, 120:27, 120:27, 133:22, 152:23

Alabama, USS (battleship), 5:28, 12:29, 31:8, 59:33, 73:17, 84:29, 156:46

Alacrity, HMS, 54:38

Alaminos, Anton de, 85:16

“Alan Villiers: ‘Here in the Battered Bark All Men Mattered,’” 32:13

Åland (ex-Renée Rickmers) (four-masted barque), 93:17

Åland Maritime Museum, 93:18

Alanthus (steamer), 158:31–32

Alaska Barge & Transport Company (AB&T), 140:12

Alaska Eagle (ex-Flyer), 37:32

Alaska Packers Association (APA), 117:25

Alaska Packers’ yard (Alameda, CA), 2:0

Alaskan gold rush, 131:8–11, 146:31

Alaskan kayaks, 126:41, 126:43. See also kayaks

Alastor (iron barque), 10:33

Albacore (submarine), 30:10

Albania (full-rigger), 93:16

Albany (ex-Potomac; renamed Ware River) (Day Line steamer), 10:7, 11:8, 16:6, 58:24

albatross, 135:35, 136:36–37

Albatross (brigantine), 5:5, 5:22, 76:37, 130:6

Albatross (ex-Donna; ex-Dorothea; renamed Miranda) (four-masted schooner), 18:47, 22:36

Albert Baldwin (stone sloop), 32:28

Albert David (destroyer escort), 38:4

Albert Leo Schlageter (ex-Gunabara; renamed Sagres II) (barque), 5:14, 26:29, 33:28, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 52:24, 52:24, 52:46, 55:34, 56:31, 56:31, 58:30, 62:25, 70:23, 94:28, 135:16, 135:16, 135:17, 135:22, 135:22

Albert Meyer (schooner), 22:11, 22:12

Albertville (steamship), 64:33

Albion, Robert Greenhalgh, 33:8, 37:10, 59:4, 64:9, 87:16

Albion (Norfolk wherry), 3:29, 17:20–21, 20:4, 31:53, 43:39

Albion, HMS (flagship), 17:20, 137:40–41, 137:41, 147:20, 147:22

Alcatraz (steam schooner), 79:14

Alcoa Puritan, SS (freighter), 155:29, 155:29

Alcoa Seaprobe (search and recovery vessel), 9:10

Alden, John, 47:8, 47:9, 131:29

Alden Besse, 8:6

Aldersdale, SS (oiler), 64:4

Aldrich, J. Winthrop, 86:7

“Welcome Home to a Crew-in-Training,” 86:7

Alderman (barge), 55:11

Alecto (paddle steamer), 64:16

Alena (sloop), 162:18

Alert (merchant ship), 82:28

Alert (barque), 46:20

Alert, HMS (brig), 134:14

Alewife (colonial-era lighter replica), 103:37

Alexander, Daniel Asher, 165:19, 165:19

Alexander, William, 158:16–17, 158:19–20

Alexander (whaling ship), 51:5

Alexander, HMS, 85:32

Alexander Arbuthnot (tugboat), 25:19

Alexander Hall & Sons, 4:30

Alexander Hamilton (Hudson River paddlewheel steamer), 2:3, 2:31, 4:19, 4:21, 5:29, 5:31–32, 6:30, 7:25, 8:26, 9:1, 9:14, 9:17, 10:0, 10:1, 10:8, 10:9, 10:10, 10:11, 10:13, 10:43, 11:30, 11:33, 12:36, 13:4, 14:8, 18:14, 20:13, 37:17, 37:23, 37:25, 39:3–4, 45:5, 46:7, 64:35, 67:7, 125:21

(pictures), 8:26, 9:14, 10:6

model, 37:31

Alexander Hamilton Society, 45:5

Alexander Henry (Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker), 90:39

Alexander Macomb, SS (Liberty ship), 68:12

Alexander von Humboldt (barque), 48:16–17, 53:43, 54:4, 55:34, 56:30, 69:5, 75:16–17, 83:50

Alexandra (barque), 114:12

Alexandre La Valley (French crane boat), 148:5

Alexandria (ex-Yngve or Ingve; ex-Lindø) (three-masted topsail schooner), 18:18–19, 21:2, 36:22, 36:37, 45:8–10, 45:8, 57:36, 63:38, 65:37, 69:37, 72:38, 79:36, 80:2, 80:36, 80:36, 143:7, 165:24

Alexandria Archaeological Protection Code, 163:48

Alexandria Seaport Foundation, 31:56–57, 36:37, 72:38

Alford, Michael B.

“Preserving the Essence of Boats,” 51:18

“Reproducing a Periauger,” 109:15–17

Alfred (ex-Black Prince) (square-rigged ship), 12:17–21, 12:18, 12:19, 14:51, 16:12–13, 44:24, 100:9

Alfred Moore, SS (Liberty ship), 35:14

algae, 159:34

Algoma (liner), 47:31

Algonquin (Coast Guard cutter), 9:30

“Al-Hami: A Desert Village Preserves Its Seafaring Past,” 89:14–17

Alice (barque), 18:41, 72:20

Alice (two-masted schooner), 22:10

Alice Austen House Museum & Garden, 83:39

Alice Cooke (four-masted schooner), 22:18, 22:19, 52:15

Alice Dean (packet ship), 57:28

Alice Kimball, 72:24

Alice Pendelton (four-masted schooner), 27:37

Alice S. Wentworth (coasting schooner), 2:3, 4:1, 4:33, 4:43, 5:8, 11:30, 33:3, 42:12, 42:12, 42:13, 42:13, 42:14, 44:3, 49:35, 49:35, 126:46, 155:11

Alice S. Wentworth (coasting schooner replica), 4:1, 4:3, 5:5, 5:10, 7:32, 8:18, 49:35

Alida (Hudson River steamer), 10:10

Alinghi (yacht), 116:23, 116:23, 132:32

Alitack (tugboat), 8:14

All Japan Seamen’s Union, 35:12, 35:13

Allard, Dean C., 44:32, 73:38

Allcot, John, 30:12

Allegheny (ex-George W. Collie; renamed Norfolk) (skipjack), 14:24, 14:24

Allen, Bobby, 36:8

Allen, Colin, 76:38

Allen, David B, 103:6

“‘Technology and Archaeology in the Deep Sea’: MIT Gathers the Experts,” 88:38

Allen, Joseph, 127:23

Allen, Mark

“Treasures of the Manila Galleons,” 99:28–29

Allen, Paul, 152:49

Allen, Richard Sanders, 10:41–43

Allen, Robert

“Nova Albion, The 1579 Claim to New England—in California!” 119:12–15

Allen, Stephanie

“Who in the world is a nautical archaeologist?,” 112:23

Allen, Thad W., 123:46, 126:8, 126:8, 127:8, 127:8, 131:40

Allen, William Henry, 110:28–31, 110:28–29

Allen, Zaccheus, 145:20–24

Allen A. (renamed Fox) (schooner), 22:12

Allen Knight Maritime Museum (Monterey), 19:41, 63:37

Allendorfer, Harry C. Jr., 81:3, 81:46

Allerton (renamed Lasirena) (full-rigged ship), 3:33, 13:39

Alley, Nicholas, 112:41

Alliance (frigate), 115:8, 115:9

Alliance (steamer), 63:22

Alliance (whaling-sealing ship), 16:19

Alligator, HMS (frigate), 42:31

Alligator (Union Civil War submarine), 108:4

Alligator, USS (schooner), 79:37

Alligator Reef Lighthouse, 39:16

Allyn, Robert, 147:25–26

Alma (freighter), 20:47

Alma (scow schooner), 4:28, 5:5, 5:28, 8:13, 9:17, 22:40, 31:57, 34:39, 34:39, 38:11, 59:35, 63:37, 117:23

Alma Doepel (motorship, former three–masted topsail schooner), 3:5, 3:31, 14:43

Almirante Brown, ARA (MEKO warship), 135:22, 135:23

Almirante Cochrane (ironclad), 94:17, 94:18, 94:19

Almirante Condell (torpedo gunboat), 94:18, 100:15

Almirante Lynch (torpedo gunboat), 94:18, 100:15

Almirante Oquendo (Spanish cruiser), 125:43

Almirante Saldanha (motorship, former four-masted topsail schooner), 3:5

Almon, William J., 151:36–37, 151:37

Almond Branch (ex-Asmore) (steamer; turret ship), 22:4

Almony, James, 140:13

Aloha (barque-yacht), 21:2

Aloha (square-rigged yacht), 152:29

“Aloha, Kaiulani

Part I: “The White Packet,” 9:19–22

Part II: “Design & Construction,” 9:23–26

Part III: “A Name that Lives,” 11:26

Part IV: “With the Alaska Packers,” 14:35–37

Aloha Tower Maritime Center/Museum, 25:47, 81:32

Alpha (barkentine), 3:5

Alpharatz (freighter), 37:5

Alphonsine (brig), 15:23

Alsterkamp (ex-Gamecock, ex-Arnoldus Vinnen, ex-Chillicothe, ex-Flowtow) (hulk, former full-rigged ship), 2:7

Altair (schooner), 91:23

Alumchine (Pembroke ferry), 3:30

Alva (yacht), 147:10

Alvarez, Everett Jr., 134:8, 134:8, 135:8, 135:8

Alvin (submersible), 153:47, 164:11, 164:55

Alvin Clark (Great Lakes topsail schooner), 3:3, 3:5, 4:1, 4:33–34, 4:33, 5:29, 11:31, 11:31, 15:53, 15:53, 16:37, 29:29, 34:37, 71:36, 71:36

Alwyn Vincent (steam tug), 57:39

Amadeo (steamer), 3:32, 13:40, 65:34

Amagiri (Japanese destroyer), 104:38

“The Amazing Rebirth of the Picton Castle,” 73:40–41

Ambassador (British tea clipper), 2:7, 13:40, 13:40, 21:3, 26:12

ambergris, 157:42–43

Ambrose lightship, 4:19, 5:29, 13:12, 13:12, 13:17, 54:32, 54:33, 154:53, 155:13, 156:46

“Ambrose With Love,” 54:32

Amchitka Island, 149:15–16

Ameen, Janice, 20:31

Amelir (ex-Karen Sorensen; renamed Gefion) (topsail schooner), 3:6

“Amending the Constitution,” 69:24–26

America (Blackburn’s dory), 131:9

America (Boston pilot schooner), 22:25

America (ex-Sterna) (river barge), 20:19

America (felucca), 51:14, 102:34

America (Hudson River towboat), 80:24

America (renamed American Star) (passenger ship), 70:37

America (1921 schooner), 11:30,

America (1851 schooner yacht, America’s Cup namesake), 6:21, 8:28, 19:39, 4, 42:36, 9:5, 64:21, 74:25, 89:34, 89:34, 97:0, 97:7–10, 97:7, 97:11, 98:21–25, 116:0, 116:20, 133:22, 147:25, 143:31–33, 143:32, 143:33, 143:34–35, 147:34, 158:22

America (1967 schooner yacht replica), 8:17, 17:28, 17:28, 49:5, 152:29

America (1995 schooner yacht replica), 74:37, 136:6, 87:6, 92:12

America (ship-of-the-line), 45:26

America (steamboat), 9:33, 9:34, 58:21

America (shipwreck; steel steamer), 47:31

America3 syndicate, 113:37, 116:23

America (Union war-yacht), 106:28

America, SS (renamed USS West Point), 56:44, 98:33, 161:22, 162:7

America, SS (United States Lines), 7:22, 65:12, 92:39, 95:38, 96:34, 144:25

America, USS (aircraft carrier), 31:20

America, USS (ex-Amerika; renamed USAT Edmund B. Alexander) (CTF ship), 127:12–16, 127:12–16, 128:5, 129:6, 161:21, 161:22

AMERICA 500 Rally, 60:39

“America and the Sea,” 84:28–29

“America Begins to Change the Atlantic World, Led by a Powerful ‘X’ Factor in New York’s Way of Doing Things,” 87:11–16

“America Needs King’s Point!” 72:6

American (fishing schooner/Gloucesterman), 4:9, 6:5, 12:38, 42:12

“The American Achievement by Sea”

Part I, 103:8–11

Part II, “From Two-Ocean Navy to All-Ocean Navy”, 104:6–9

American Association of Museums/International Congress of Museums (AAM/ICOM), 51:6

American Astrolabe, 46:38

American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP), 137:44

American Bureau of Shipping Information Commons, 137:45–46

American Challenger (freighter), 15:42

American Civil War. See Civil War

“The American Clipper Makes Tracks on the Cape Horn Road—Pursued by the Bear Cub of the Ocean-Going Steamship,” 88:9–15

American Crusader (freighter), 15:42

American Diver, CSS (submarine), 158:17

American Eagle (ex-Andrew and Rosalie) (Gloucester schooner), 42:12, 49:11, 49:12, 49:22, 119:0, 146:10, 146:13, 146:13, 147:28

American Eagle (Maine windjammer), 60:17

American Eagle (yacht), 128:28

American Eight Destroyer Division, 99:0

American Export Lines, 129:34

“The American Flag at Sea”

“A Shipper’s Perspective,” 78:6–7

“Are American Merchant Mariners Overpaid?” 79:6

“Early Activities of the US Merchant Marine in Latin America,” 83:8–9

“Economics Alone Is Not the Answer,” 81:7–8

“From a Labor Perspective,” 84:8–9

“Is Our Military Unwittingly Helping to Scuttle the US Merchant Marine?” 80:6–7

American Fur Company, 47:18

American Geographical and Statistical Society, 156:33

American Hawk, SS (freighter), 142:5

“The American Heritage in the Falklands,” 4:36–41

American II Challenge, 34:38

American Leader, SS, 38:5

American Legion, USS, 94:2–3

American Lighthouse Foundation, 112:41

“American Marine Artists: A Research Project,” 15:54–56

American Maritime Academy, 4:43

American Maritime History Project (AMHP), 92:38

American Merchant Marine Association, 123:12

American Merchant Marine Memorials, 57:35, 68:6, 97:15

American Merchant Marine Museum (AMMM), 25:44, 40:33, 74:6, 75:5, 76:39, 77:37, 78:28, 79:40, 81:46, 82:38, 83:49, 85:54, 86:36, 87:40, 88:37, 90:41, 91:39, 92:39, 93:39, 94:38, 95:38, 96:34, 97:38, 98:39, 99:40, 100:45, 101:36, 102:41, 103:38, 105:40, 106:39, 127:41, 147:45, 160:36

art exhibit, 84:50

Hall of Fame, 106:39, 107:36

Passenger List and Photographic Collections, 97:38

Sperry Navigation Wing, 89:40

“The American Merchant Marine Museum,” 41:16–17, 75:5

American Merchant Marine Museum Foundation, 123:12

American Missionary Association (AMA), 71:23

American Naval Records Society, 158:50

American Navigation, 10:23

American Nebraska (containership), 37:11

The American Neptune: Quo Vadis or R.I.P.?” 114:5

American Offshore Whaling Voyage (AOWV) database, 164:51

American Philosophical Society, 156:33

American Queen (paddlewheeler), 74:18, 102:38

American Reliance, SS, 15:42, 136:40

American Republic, M/V, 22:41

American Revolution, 85:12, 103:8–9

Battle of Cape Henry, 132:22–26

Battle of Fort Washington, 98:7

and the free port of Marstrand, 153:38–41

frigate construction, 103:13–16

Lafayette’s role, 151:16–17

naval battles, 103:5

privateering in, 59:26

wharves, 33:35

American rivers, 36:10–11, 43:6–7, 43:11, 87:39, 98:38

American Heritage Rivers, 86:35

Columbia, 43:20–21

Connecticut, 25:37, 36:12–16, 36:19, 36:28–30, 36:45–47

Dubuque, 43:8–10, 68:32

East River, 13:9–11, 13:16–17, 15:51, 25:42, 106:37

Housatonic, 50:18

Mississippi, 24:32, 27:39, 43:0, 62:36–37, 74:37, 100:46, 105:38, 145:48, 157:0

National Rivers Hall of Fame, 40:35, 45:34

Ohio, 21:35, 43:41, 57:28–29, 58:36

paintings depicting, 36:28–30, 37:23–25, 157:10–13

Potomac, 149:42, 156:22, 158:32

Yukon, 34:38

See also Hudson River

“American Rivers,” 87:39

“American Sail in the Pacific Northwest,” 61:32–33

American Sail Training Association (ASTA), 4:3, 4:5, 4:17, 5:20–21, 6:28–29, 7:26–27, 8:23, 8:26, 9:16, 11:7, 13:23, 13:34, 15:27, 17:12, 18:15, 19:32, 20:30–31, 22:33, 23:16–17, 25:53, 26:40–41, 27:13, 28:40–41, 29:24–26, 30:34–35, 31:51–52, 33:28–29, 34:26–27, 35:30–31, 36:22–23, 38:30, 40:24–25, 44:20, 62:36, 70:22–23, 73:32–33, 77:36, 81:45–46, 90:39, 98:38, 113:38, 122:49, 123:12, 129:47, 130:41, 132:45

1980 sail training races, 18:17–19

1981 conference, 21:42

1981 cruises 20:30

1981 races, 21:42

1982 cruises, 23:17, 24:24

1982 international races, 24:24

1982 races, 22:33

1982 “Tall Ships”, 23:17, 24:24

1983 local races, 27:12

1984 chairman’s report, 34:26

1984 conference, 31:52

1984 international races, 29:24

1984 meetings, 32:31

1984 international races, 32:31

1984 Lake Ontario Tall Ships Rendezvous, 32:30

1984 race results, 34:26

1984 sail training opportunities, 32:31

1985 directory, 35:31, 36:23

1985 regional races, 36:23

1985 summer sail training cruises 35:31

1986 meeting, 41:32

1987 meeting, 42:32, 45:39

1992 Newport rally, 63:34–35

1992 directory, 66:25

1993 conference, 69:35

1994 annual meeting, 72:38–39

1994 Great Lakes Tall Ships Rally, 69:34

1995 International Tall Ships races, 75:16–17

1998 Tall Ships race, 85:52

2000 Tall Ships Challenge, 93:38

2004 Tall Ships Challenge, 108:18–19

2006 Tall Ships Challenge, 115:36

2008 Tall Ships Challenge, 125:54

Alaska Eagle, 37:32

editorial, 27:14

History of Sail Training Races, Part I, 37:33

new classifications, 24:24

Safety at Sea Rally, 55:34

“Saga of the Arctic Schooner Bowdoin,” 40:24–25

sail training in Australia and New Zealand, 40:25

Sailing School Vessels Act, 31:52

“At Sea and Abroad in the Pogoria,” 43:36–37

Tall Ships Pacific, 11:10

“Toward a Grand Alliance?” 43:38

American Salvage Association (ASA), 140:41

“American Schoolships: Nineteenth Century Beginnings,” 31:49–50

American Schooner Association, 24:28, 31:55, 50:35

American Scout, 15:42

American seafaring, 86:9–13, 87:11–16, 89:8–10, 89:12, 103:8–11. See also seafaring

American Ship Trust, 20:17, 20:36, 22:41

American Ship Trust Committee, 19:17

American Shipper, SS, 129:5

American Shoals Lighthouse, 39:16

American Society of Marine Artists (ASMA), 8:30, 8:34, 10:34, 11:38, 12:49, 14:54–55, 15:54, 16:45–50, 17:41, 19:34, 20:49, 24:34–37, 25:3, 46:7, 46:25, 48:38, 51:41, 60:32, 69:33, 72:30, 78:28, 108:34–37, 111:38, 116:30, 117:41, 123:34, 124:36, 127:34, 155:13, 156:39, 159:38, 161:4, 162:12

2nd annual exhibition, 16:45–49

2nd National Marine Art Conference, 161:36

3rd annual exhibition, 19:29–32

5th national exhibition, 24:34–37

8th national exhibition (1986), 35:35, 40:30

9th national exhibition (1989), 49:29, 50:27, 51:41

10th national exhibition (1992), 62:30

11th National Exhibition (2001), 96:26

12th national exhibition (2001), 93:28, 97:24–27

15th national exhibition, 139:40

40th anniversary retreat, 163:33

national exhibition (1997), 81:30

National Marine Art Conference (NMAC), 154:28

Northeast Region Exhibition (1990), 55:29

regional exhibition (Philadelphia), 83:43

American Star (ex-America) (passenger ship), 70:37

American Tall Ship Syndicate, 48:31

American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, 142:49

American Turtle (submarine), 25:47, 36:14

American Turtle (submarine reproduction), 36:19

American Victory, SS, 97:13–14, 97:13

American-Hawaiian Steamship Co., 1:9

“America’s Cup: Personalities, Passion, and Privilege,” 158:22–25

America’s Cup Race, 9:16, 34:38, 74:37, 74:39, 89:34, 97:11, 98:21–25, 116:0, 116:20–23, 116:32, 122:21–22, 143:34–35, 149:18

1851 race, 97:7–10

2007 race, 120:44–45

Hall of Fame, 98:25, 103:38, 115:34, 119:40, 126:44

Jubilee celebration, 99:36

paintings depicting, 74:28, 158:22–25

“America’s Cup Racing—The Oldest Competition in Sport,” 116:20–23

“America’s First Frigates: The Luck of Thirteen,” 103:13–16

“America’s Marine Highway Program,” 131:36

“America’s Orphan: The US Flag Merchant Marine,” 77:6–9

“America’s Policy for the Oceans,” 108:7

America’s Rivers Project, 100:46

America’s Sail, 63:36, 85:54

“America’s Worst Maritime Disaster: The Ill-Fated Sidewheeler Sultana,” 92:33–35

Amerigo Vespucci (full-rigged ship), 2:10, 4:13, 27:37, 30:8, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 56:31, 62:25, 85:54, 95:34, 117:44

Amerika, SS (ex-SS America; now Edmund B. Alexander) (CTF ship), 127:12–16, 127:12–16, 128:5, 129:6, 161:21, 161:22

Ameriketatik (Basque fishing trainera), 85:46–47, 85:47

Ames, Sally Blair, 133:6–7

Amethyst (wooden steam corvette), 94:15–16

Amistad (ex-Western Union) (coasting schooner/slave ship), 4:14, 5:15, 10:27, 55:34, 71:20–21, 71:22, 71:23, 107:24, 132:43, 150:5, 154:54–55

(pictures), 71:21, 149:4, 154:54

design of, 71:22

Amistad (schooner/slave ship replica), 68:6, 70:37, 71:23, 72:10, 72:39, 79:37, 84:53, 85:7, 85:51, 91:38, 93:38, 94:29, 94:30, 96:17, 96:20, 97:16, 99:5, 102:6, 121:44, 132:43,

(pictures), 93:38, 94:29, 94:30, 96:20, 103:11, 108:18, 108:19, 132:43

African teak for planking, 89:40

model, 102:6

Amistad America, 99:5

“The Amistad Incident,” 71:20–21

Amon, Robert, 62:38

“E. G. Schumacher, Marine Artist,” 44:26–27

Amorita (sailboat), 162:12

Amphion (brigantine), 3:5

Amphitheatre (schooner-rigged tender), 81:39

Amphitrite (ex-Hinemoa, ex-Joyfarer, ex-Dolores) (barquentine), 3:5

amphorae, 114:21

Amra (cargo ship), 65:26

Amsterdam (clipper), 50:38–39, 56:31, 83:48

“Amsterdam by Rowboat,” 56:32–33

Amsterdam II (East Indiaman), 50:38–39, 50:38–39, 55:34, 56:0, 56:31, 56:31, 56:32

Amundsen, Roald, 129:24, 129:26, 129:26, 142:31, 156:33, 156:53–55

Amy (land boat), 51:39

Amy Howson (Humber sloop), 17:35, 24:27, 27:37

Amy Mister, 86:27

Anacostia (gunboat), 162:19

anchors, 11:24–25, 34:4, 35:3, 54:38

fouled anchor, 96:29

“Anchors and Anchoring,” 11:24–25

Ancon, SS (steamer), 148:5

Ancona (British steamer), 82:10

“‘And Then There Were None’: A Seadog Artist Reports on the XXXIX Cape Horners World Congress,” 29:22–23

Andalucia (ex-Ville de Mulhouse) (four-masted barque), 2:7, 2:13, 3:13, 4:30, 13:39–40, 16:17

Anderson, Absalom L., 10:6, 37:12

Anderson, Charles B., 122:13

“How to Save the United States, 127:10–11

Anderson, Daven (artist), 157:0

“The Rivers: A Celebration of Life and Work on America’s Waterways,” 157:10–13

Anderson, Harry, 39:6, 44:4, 45:4, 45:6

Anderson, Henry H. Jr., 43:38, 55:7, 56:34, 76:5, 77:4

“Toward a Grand Alliance?” 43:38

Anderson, Richard, 119:8, 144:52, 144:52

“Taking the Measure of Coronet,” 97:33

Anderson, Ross

“Hull Speed on the Schooner Zodiac,” 72:29

Andrade, Cecilio, 9:29

Andrea Doria, SS (ocean liner), 122:34, 122:35, 156:8, 156:8

Andrew and Rosalie (renamed American Eagle) (Gloucester schooner), 42:12, 49:11, 49:12, 49:22, 146:10, 146:13, 146:13, 147:28

Andrew Doria (US Navy brig), 46:5, 47:5, 152:36, 152:36

Andrew Fletcher (paddle wheel steamboat), 39:4

Andrew Hicks (whaling ship), 51:5

Andrews, Brendan, 163:29

Andrews, Brian, 140:33

Andrews, John, 112:10

Andrews, Roy Chapman, 142:34

Andrews, Tom, 68:7

Andronikos (renamed COSCO Shipping Panama), 156:50, 156:50

Androscoggin, USCG cutter, 139:28

Andy Johnson (steamship), 118:38

Angamos, Battle of, 94:17–18, 94:19

Angelique (ketch), 19:38

Angelique (Maine schooner), 49:31

Angelita (ex-Hussar V; ex-Sea Cloud; renamed Patria; renamed Antarna) (yacht), 2:11, 2:12, 4:18, 16:34, 19:39, 31:3, 38:36–37, 39:6, 89:36–37, 89:36–37, 90:3, 114:3, 131:16–20, 131:16–20, 133:6, 155:6

Angels Grove (harbor tug), 165:43

Anglesea, Martyn

“Kenneth Shoesmith: Merchant Sailor and Marine Artist,” 73:24–26

Angus McDonald, SS (Liberty ship), 70:5

Animal Kingdom, The (Cuvier), 164:41

animals, aboard ships. See also sea animals

dogs, 110:22

kiore (Polynesian rat), 165:40–41, 165:40–41

parrots, 133:40–41

pigs, 120:24

Polynesian rat, see kiore

Ann McKim (Baltimore schooner), 14:18

Ann McKim (propeller-driven ship), 40:34

model, 71:28

Ann of Norfolk (pilot schooner), 14:16

Anna (ex-Otterburn) (four-masted barque), 1:34, 6:34–38, 6:35, 6:36, 8:6, 14:33, 15:66, 75:45–47, 75:45

Anna Kristina, 61:39

Anna Mae (tugboat), 80:21

Anna Maria (brigantine), 3:5

Anna Marie (schooner), 48:7

Anna R. Heidritter (schooner), 92:3

Anna Rosa (Norwegian square-sail ketch), 60:38

Anna Sophia (two-masted granite schooner), 33:20, 103:22

“Annals of the Pacific Steam Schooners,” 83:40–42

Annapolis, Maryland, 150:8–9

Annapolis, USS, 125:42

“Annapolis from the Bollard,” 14:15

Annapolis Marine Art Gallery, 35:35, 112:35

Anne (HRH The Princess Royal), 136:19, 152:10–11, 152:10–11, 153:8, 153:8

Anne Arundel (steamer), 14:10

Anne Khristine (square topsail schooner), 61:38

Anne Rowe (stern trawler), 82:21

Annenberg, Walter H., 10:21

Annie (Arden Scott’s schooner), 122:28–29, 122:28, 122:31

Annie (sandbagger), 36:36

Annie and Jane (schooner), 14:43

Annie B. (steam tugboat), 5:29, 8:14, 8:28, 13:48

Annie C. Ross (four-masted coasting schooner), 2:35, 4:43, 7:14, 23:41, 33:21

model, 137:45

Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, 140:36

Annyah (ex-Golden Hind) (Scottish composite schooner), 30:22

“Another Liberty Lives: The John W. Brown Steams Down the Bay,” 60:36

Ansaldo San Giorgio II (Italian motorship), 134:28–29

Ansel, Willets, 27:37

Ansel (ex-Stephen R. Mallory), 36:37, 136:26–29, 136:27

Ansel Gibbs (whaleship), 2:26

Anselm (cargo ship), 137:26–28

Ansgar (barque), 93:15

Anson, George, 137:19, 137:20–21, 137:21

Anson, HMS (ex-Iroquoise), 77:40

Antaeus, USS (ex-Saint John; renamed USS Rescue) (steamship), 119:6

Antares (schooner), 143:7

Antarna (ex-Patria; ex-Angelita; ex-Sea Cloud; ex-Hussar V; now Sea Cloud) (yacht), 2:11, 2:12, 4:18, 16:34, 19:39, 31:3, 38:36–37, 39:6, 89:36–37, 89:36–37, 90:3, 114:3, 131:16–20, 131:16–20, 133:6, 155:6

Antelope (frigate), 26:28, 30:9, 30:9

Anthony, George, 117:13

Anthony, William “Bill,” 144:29–30

Anthony, USS (destroyer, DD-172), 144:30

Anthony, USS (destroyer, DD-515), 144:30

Anthony Wayne (side-wheeler), 120:40, 20:43, 120:43

Antic (steam launch), 43:32

“Anticipating a Hurricane: Designing a Berth for Elissa,” 132:16–20

Antigone, USS (CTF ship), 161:21, 161:22

Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, 116:42

Antikytnera shipwreck, 156:51–53

Antin, Ed (modelmaker and author), 44:41

“A Fifty-Year Building Program,” 44:40–41

Antinoe (British steamer), 17:9, 19:4, 19:4

Antioch Victory, SS (Victory ship), 97:14

Antique & Classic Boat Society, 25:45

Antique Boat & Yacht Club, 6:30, 16:34

Antique Boat Museum (Clayton, NY), 107:36, 113:2

Antique Scrimshaw Collectors Association (ASCA), 151:42

Anti-Submarine Rocket (ASROC) launchers, 100:17

“Anton Otto Fischer,” 13:50–53

Antonio D. Lussich (tugboat), 25:19

Antonio Padre (renamed Bice) (motorship, former full–rigged ship), 2:7

Antonisz, Aert (artist), 48:29

Anzanec (Tami canoe), 30:38–39

Aoki, Yoh, 64:39

Apache, USNS, 153:54

Apalachicola Maritime Museum, 68:32, 77:38

Aphia, 153:34

APL Limited, 82:36

Apollo (Gold Rush storeship), 102:30

Apollo 11, 139:43

command module from, 109:30

Apollo II (sternwheeler replica), 8:18

Appledore (topsail cutter), 30:22

Appledore IV, 164:30

Appledore V, 164:30

“An Appreciation of William Alexander Coulter,” 22:29–31

“Apprentice-Built Dories for Adventure,” 159:22–23

Apprenticeshop (Rockport), 27:37, 28:6–7, 29:2, 33:34, 51:4, 51:29, 52:5, 56:35, 64:38, 103:30

Aqua (ex-New York Central) (waterboat, formerly steam lighter), 2:31, 4:19, 4:20, 5:29, 13:12, 13:12, 34:8

Aquaculture Foundation, 90:39

Aquamarine (ex-Siele; ex-Sea Wolf), 66:5

Aqueous IV, 129:38

Aquidneck (merchant ship), 73:20

Aquidneck Marine Gallery, 29:38

Aquitania (British transport), 100:2–3

Aquitania (Cunard liner), 20:29, 65:15, 65:20, 65:25, 93:13, 95:12, 95:13

Arab (brig), 141:14

Arab dhows. See dhows

Arabia (steamboat), 60:39, 104:36

Arabian seafaring, 89:14–17. See also seafaring

Arabic (British liner), 55:44

Aracabessa (British merchantman), 153:32

Arago (barque), 160:29

Aras, Kemal, 68:18–19

Arashi (Japanese aircraft carrier), 102:12

Aratusa Supper Club, 11:19

Arbella (ex-Lavolta) (coasting schooner reproduction), 8:17, 17:27

Arbon, Raymond, 140:10

Arbuthnot, Marriot, 132:22–26, 132:22

Arbutus (lighthouse tender), 161:40

Arc, 14:20

Arcadia, USS (destroyer tender), 8:1

Archaeological Resources Protection Act (1979), 68:14

Archaeological Society of Maryland, 67:35, 68:17

“Archaeology—All At Sea?” 39:11

archery, 101:20–22

Archibald Russell, 93:18

Arctic, SS (paddlewheel steamship), 64:17, 89:10, 143:30, 143:31, 154:40–41, 154:41, 165:16

Arctic Discoverer (research vessel), 64:29

Arctic Salvor (salvage ship), 25:9, 163:6

Ardelle (pinky schooner), 159:19–20, 159:19–20

“Arden Scott’s Life in Art and Boats,” 122:28–31

Ardent (French frigate), 132:25

Ardent (Royal Navy ship), 26:28, 30:9

Ardnamurchan (British steel ship), 24:37, 82:26

Ardnamurchan Transitions Project (ATP), 137:41

Ardwina (sailing barge), 29:47

Arethusa. See Peking (ex-Pekin, ex-Arethusa II, renamed Peking), (four-masted barque)

Arethusa (knockabout), 49:15

Arethusa (renamed Tomolka), 85:17

Arethusa (training ship), 54:46

Arethusa II (ex-Peking, renamed Peking), 156:18

Argentinean Coast Guard (Prefetura Naval), 139:33, 139:33

Argo (Jason’s ship), 33:32

Argo (renamed Sightseer XII), 130:30–33, 130:30, 130:31

Argo (sloop), 123:13, 123:13

Argo, USCGC, 142:16–22, 142:19, 143:5

Argo Merchant, 128:35

Argo/Jason system, 88:38, 116:41

Argonaut, MTS (ex- USS Vixen; ex-Orion) (motor vessel), 17:33, 17:33

Argonaut (replica of Johnson’s Yankee), 79:36

“The Argonaut Sails into Her Second Half Century,” 17:33

Argus (brig), 105:12, 114:27, 116:11, 116:12, 135:11

Argus (topsail ketch), 21:34

Ariel

at the Battle of Lake Erie, 144:15, 144:16

seized in the Quasi-War, 113:18

Aris (Greek ship), 61:38

Arizona (steamship), 43:24, 126:28

Arizona, USS (battleship), 31:7, 60:17, 71:36, 138:42, 159:42–43, 159:43

Ark (replica), 17:27

Ark Royal (English galleon), 48:29

Ark Royal, HMS (aircraft carrier), 18:46, 30:8, 31:2, 65:32, 85:36

Arkansas, USS (battleship), 31:11, 33:3, 65:34, 69:13, 73:5

Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, 158:5

Arken (stationary schoolship), 3:13

Arleigh Burke, USS (destroyer), 100:18

Arlington, USS, 127:44

Arlyn, 101:13

Armenia (Hudson River steamer), 10:6, 37:31

Armina (steam yacht), 9:33

Armistead, George, 137:15, 140:17

Armstrong, John, 136:10

Army Corps of Engineers (COE), 7:24, 140:29

“The Army Corps of Engineers’ Role in Preserving Harbor Cultural Resources,” 7:24

Army Postal Terminal (Manhattan), 65:15

Army Transport Service, 48:4, 161:22

Arnold, Benedict, 53:29–31, 103:14, 103:15, 117:14–19, 117:15, 132:22, 132:23, 132:26, 147:6

Arnoldus Vinnen (ex-Gamecock, ex-Chillicothe, ex-Alsterkamp, ex-Flowtow) (hulk, former full-rigged ship), 2:7

Aron, Erika, 124:27

Aron, Jack R., 56:4, 56:34, 69:40, 156:18, 164:11

Aron, Peter A., 56:4, 56:34, 56:35, 60:32, 124:27, 124:27, 164:11

Around Cape Horn (film), 156:18

Around the Americas, 129:24–25, 130:41

“Around the Americas,” 129:24–25

“Around the World Under Square Sail,” 161:46–49

Arranmore (renamed Vindicatrix) (square-rigger), 61:11

Art Galleries

Academy Arts Museum (Easton, MD), 156:39

Addison Gallery of American Art, 71:28

American Merchant Marine Museum, 84:50

Annapolis Marine Art Gallery, 35:35, 112:35

Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, 140:36

Aquidneck Marine Gallery, 29:38

Baltimore Museum of Art, 121:46

Big Horn Gallery, 73:28, 77:26

Boston Maritime Gallery, 97:28

Cape Cod Maritime Museum, 134:30

Cape Museum of Fine Arts, 96:26

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 83:43, 156:39

Cold War Gallery, 129:42

Coos Art Museum, 105:30, 110:38, 114:18, 115:32, 121:46, 125:36, 127:34, 133:32, 139:40, 145:32, 153:42, 156:39, 158:26, 163:33

Cummer Museum of Arts & Gardens, 81:30

David Warther Carving Museum, 70:28

Delaware Art Museum, 96:26

Detroit Institute of Arts, 104:26

Devin Galleries (Coeur d’Alene, ID), 135:32

Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Musuem, 106:33

First USA Riverfront Arts Center, 96:26

Forbes Gallery, 52:25, 96:26

Freer Gallery of Art, 113:34

Frye Art Museum, 81:30

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, 145:32

Grand Central Art Galleries, 38:29

Greenwich Workship Gallery, 34:34

Hanover Square Art Gallery, 29:38

Herreshoff Marine Museum, 124:36

Independence Seaport Museum, 83:43, 111:38, 127:34, 142:46

  1. Russell Jinishian Gallery, 96:26, 140:36, 147:34, 156:38

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton, IL), 153:42

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, 89:28

Kirsten Gallery, 31:23, 34:34, 51:41, 73:28

Mariners’ Museum, 70:28, 71:28, 72:30, 73:28, 74:28, 90:28

Maritime Gallery (Portsmouth, NH), 79:27

Maritime Museum of San Diego, 105:29, 128:26, 135:32

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 141:30, 142:45

Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 56:23

Minnesota Marine Art Museum (MMAM), 115:32, 125:36, 141:31, 142:44, 145:32, 147:34, 154:28, 156:39

Muscarelle Museum (College of William and Mary), 154:28, 155:46, 156:39

Museum of Contemporary Art (San Diego), 105:29

Nantucket Historical Association, 125:35

National Gallery of Art, 39:30, 75:21, 140:36, 141:30–31

National Maritime Museum (London), 76:28, 108:37, 114:18, 116:30

National Maritime Museum (Paris), 100:22–26

National Museum of American Art, 78:25

Nautilus Marine Art Gallery, 75:21

Navy Art Gallery, 57:30, 68:29

Navy Art online, 116:30

Navy Museum, 99:26

New Bedford Art Museum, 124:36, 127:34

Newport Art Museum, 70:28, 89:28

Newport Harbor Nautical Museum, 110:24–27

Noyes Museum of Art (Oceanville, NJ), 124:36

Oliphant Gallery, 52:25, 63:28, 69:32

Peabody Essex Museum, 86:28

Penobscot Marine Museum, 83:43

Promenade Gallery, 73:28

Quester Gallery, 50:27, 69:32, 73:28, 78:25

Quinlan Visual Arts Center, 156:39

  1. J. Schaefer Gallery, 62:30

Riverfront Gallery (Maine Maritime Museum), 75:21, 88:28, 124:36

Royal Academy of Arts (London), 141:30

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, 115:32

San Francisco Ship Model Gallery, 38:29, 38:33

Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, 142:44

Scott Kennedy Gallery, 60:32

Seven Seas Gallery, 112:35

Skipjack Nautical Wares & Marine Gallery, 121:46, 122:32, 122:32, 125:36, 135:32

Smith Gallery, 31:23, 35:35, 37:27, 38:29, 40:30, 42:26, 49:29, 52:25

Spartanburg Art Museum, 124:36

Texas Seaport Museum, 115:32

US Naval Academy Museum, 147:34

Vallejo Gallery, 79:27

Ventura County Maritime Museum, 57:30, 71:28, 94:26, 127:34, 129:38

Walters Art Museum (Baltimore), 121:46

Water Street Gallery, 69:32

See also Mystic Maritime Gallery

“Art Has No Boundaries,” 25:35

“Art Historians of the American Northwest,” 33:38–40

“The Art of Naval Miniatures,” 90:32–33

“Art of the Figurehead,” 50:29

“The Art of the Ship Modeler,” 75:20

“Art of the Spanish Armada,” 48:26–29

“The Art of the Tug,” 76:19

“The Art of William Van de Velde the Younger,” 34:28–33

Art Union (renamed George M. Barnard) (schoolship), 31:50

“Arthur Briscoe, Marine Artist,” 10:31–33

Arthur Foss (ex-Wallowa) (steam tugboat/towboat), 2:31, 5:30, 8:14, 22:41, 25:8, 25:18, 81:44, 95:40

Arthur J. Lynn (renamed Richard Henry Dana) (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

Arthur M. Huddell, SS (Liberty ship), 34:37, 58:35

Arthur Sewall (four-masted barque), 13:6, 14:4, 19:5

Arung Samudera (schooner), 95:34

Arvor (expedition ship), 34:38

Aryan (full-rigged ship), 10:15, 10:16, 10:16, 10:17

“‘As good as can be made’: Report on the Vicar of Bray,” 5:24–27

“As In a Mirror,” 99:23–25

asamat canoe, 43:29. See also canoes

Ascania (Cunard liner), 65:20

Asgard, 56:29

Asgard II (training brigantine), 56:29, 60:46, 66:26, 75:17, 77:36, 80:17, 83:50, 95:34

Ashcroft, Gerald, 55:12

Asheville, USS (gunboat), 12:29

Ashkabad (Russian tanker), 68:12

Ashland, USS (LSD 48), 131:36, 131:36

Ashley, Clifford (artist), 161:29

Ashley, Raymond E., 73:38, 93:7, 109:4, 119:34, 121:8, 135:44, 149:8, 165:8, 165:8

Ashton, J. Richard

“A Three Week Voyage Which Has Lasted My Lifetime,” 32:25

Ashton Mac (fish tug), 83:2

Asia (British frigate), 149:24

Asia (ex-Earnock) (river barge), 20:19

Asia (whaling-sealing ship), 16:19

Asia-Pacific Underwater Cultural Heritage Conference, 138:46

Askby, Michael, 80:39

Askin, Mehmet, 68:20

“ASMA’s Fifth National Exhibition: The Revolution Is Here,” 24:34–37

“ASMA’s Second Annual Exhibition,” 16:45–49

Asmore (renamed Almond Branch) (steamer; turret ship), 22:4

Asp (naval schooner), 147:19, 147:21

Aspinwall, John, 156:33

Assiniboine Riverwalk (City of Winnipeg), 69:35

Association CSS Alabama, 70:40

Association for Great Lakes Maritime History (AGLMH), 38:34, 47:38

Association Hermione-La Fayette, 151:17

Association of Fleet Tug Sailors, 80:3

Association of International Cape Horners, 31:3

Astor, Brooke, 34:9

Astral (Bermuda ketch), 12:41, 18:18–19

Astral (renamed Star of New Zealand) (four-masted barque), 14:36

Astral, SS, 36:3, 36:4

Astrea (ex-Fano; ex-Lillebaelt; renamed Prince Louis) (three-masted schooner), 3:9

Astrid (brig), 56:29, 83:50

Astrid (now Golden Dubloon) (galleon replica), 17:29

astrolabe, 112:22, 161:53

Astrolabe (French exploration ship), 160:45

Asturias (Royal Mail Line liner), 65:20

“At Home in Hawaii: Falls of Clyde,” 81:34–35

“At Sea and Abroad in the Pogoria,” 43:36–37

“At Sea in the Pride of Baltimore,” 15:36–38

“At the End of the Artist’s Rainbow,” 6:9–17, 6:21–22, 6:25

“At the Helm of the Queen Elizabeth 2: A Family Tradition,” 95:14

“At the Water’s Edge,” 165:26–30

“At War before the War—SS City of Flint’s Ordeal Under the Nazi Flag,” 159:10–14

Atalanta (auxiliary steam yacht), 68:25

Atalanta (schooner), 82:0, 82:28

Athena (schooner), 4:42, 49:11, 65:31, 81:10–11, 89:8, 89:35, 155:11, 155:11, 155:12

Athena, M/V, 128:29

Athenia (ocean liner), 29:6, 65:21, 95:13, 96:3, 98:33, 159:10

lifeboat from, 159:10

Atlanta (Cape Verde packet), 8:21

Atlanta (ex-CSS Tallahassee; ex-CSS Olustee; now CSS Chameleon) (Confederate steamer), 151:34–37, 151:34, 151:36

Atlantic (ex-Malolo, ex-Matsonia, now Queen Frederica) (ocean liner), 7:22

Atlantic (four-masted bark), 6:35

Atlantic (schooner yacht), 4:34, 5:32, 25:45, 112:38, 112:38, 113:4, 115:29, 123:44

Atlantic (steamship), 143:31, 154:41

Atlantic (three-masted schooner), 25:44

Atlantic, UST, 15:47

Atlantic, Battle of, 29:6–8, 35:12–13, 66:0, 66:8–15, 67:4, 69:9

“A Critical Supply Line,” 68:8–9

“The Destroyer’s Poor Relation,” 68:10–12

“A View from the Bow Torpedo Room,” 67:12–14

Atlantic Canada Institute, 25:47

Atlantic Challenge, 51:9, 85:52, 103:30–32

Atlantic Challenge Foundation (ACF), 103:30–31

Atlantic Charter, 101:8, 101:9, 104:9

Atlantic Charter Maritime Archaeological Foundation (ACMAF), 12:25

Atlantic Dock Company, 14:30–31

Atlantic Ocean Alliance, 12:38

Atlantic slave trade. See slave trade

Atlantic Sun, SS (renamed SS Panuco) (tanker), 79:3

Atlantis (auxiliary cruiser), 142:16

Atlantis (barquentine), 69:5

Atlantis, R/V (research vessel), 144:42, 144:42, 151:51, 155:52

Atlantis (space shuttle), 144:42

Atlas (ex-Lornty; renamed Conemaugh) (square-rigger remnant; oil barge), 2:7–8, 3:13, 26:10

Atlas (renamed Star of Lapland), 14:36

Atlas (tugboat), 6:35

“Attack on Cape Florida Light, 1836,” 152:32–34

Atwater, C. E., 14:14–15

Atwater, John (artist), 46:27

Aubrey, Jack, 85:40

Auburn (four-masted barque), 69:5

Auckland Maritime Museum, 66:26

Audacious, HMS, 85:32

Audacity, HMS (ex-Hannover) (escort carrier), 67:10

Augusta, 88:28

Augusta, USS (heavy cruiser), 65:4, 69:13, 69:13, 69:15

Augusta Hilton (four-masted schooner), 9:27–28

Auld, Hugh, 97:17

Auld Reekie (puffer), 33:33

Aurelien, Velot, 152:8

Aurora (four-masted schooner, ex-barkentine), 19:41, 99:32

Aurora (Russian cruiser), 12:27, 12:27, 148:26

Aurora Australis (Antarctic research vessel), 92:22

Austen, Alice, 84:4

photographs of New York Harbor, 83:35–39

Austin, Isaac, 152:38

Austin, William, 152:38

Austral Lightning (ex-Espania; renamed Cape Fear), 136:40, 138:5–6

Australia (two-masted coastal schooner), 5:6, 5:7, 5:7, 7:5, 8:23

Australia II (yacht), 43:29, 115:34, 116:23, 118:5

Australian Association for Maritime History, 23:26, 24:32

Australian Centre for Field Robotics, 156:53

Australian Gold Rush, 154:40

Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, 24:32

Australian National Maritime Museum, 67:23, 85:51, 128:44

Australian surf boat, 100:35

Autissier, Isabelle, 70:40

Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), 81:42, 88:38, 153:19

Autumn (brig), 42:31

Avalon, SS (steamship), 106:19

Avanti (topsail ketch), 2:28

Avenger, HMS (sloop of war), 146:19

Averoff (armored cruiser), 12:27

Avondale Park (Canadian merchant ship), 29:8

“Awakening the Next Watch: Sail Training Aboard USCG Bark Eagle,” 84:36–38

Ayala, Juan Manuel de, 140:28

Azalea, 22:10

Aziz (Arab dhow), 154:16–18, 154:16–17

Azorean Whaleboat Project, 90:40