INDEX

Sea History, Volumes 1–163

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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

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

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