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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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B. Antonucci (ex-George B. McClellan) (fireboat), 4:21

B. Aymar (clipper ship), 8:4

B-39 (Soviet submarine), 120:17, 120:19, 120:19

Babbit (US destroyer), 29:8, 143:28

Babcock, George, 105:16–17

Babits, Lawrence E., 116:25

“Reproducing a Periauger,” 109:15–17

Bacchante, HMS, 30:8, 30:8

Bache, Alexander Dallas, 120:32, 120:34, 120:34, 156:33

Bache, George M., 152:32

Backer, Terry, 50:23

Bacon, Carter S. Jr.

“She’s Not a Model T!” 51:13

Bactria (sistership to Wavertree), 26:10, 26:11

Badger (Lake Michigan carferry), 67:4, 81:44, 116:38

Badger State, SS, 140:13

Badham, Michael

“The Thames Barge: Stumpies and Stackies, Boomies and Mulies,” 34:20–24

Baffin, USCG cutter, 105:6

“Baffling Briny Babble,” 108:12–13

Bagheera (staysail schooner), 74:41

Bagley, Worth, 157:18, 157:19

Bahnsen, Detlef, 58:46–47, 58:47

Bahnsen, Robert

“My Father’s Epic Cape Horn Voyage,” 58:46–47

Bailey, Richard, 95:5, 154:8, 154:8, 155:49–50, 155:49, 165:5

Bailey, William J. “Bill,” 35:13, 73:38–39

Bailon, Ruben, 140:13

Bainbridge, William, 44:16, 90:28, 105:13, 112:12–15, 112:12, 114:28, 134:14, 135:11, 146:20, 146:20

in Tripoli, 112:13–14

Bainbridge, USS (guided-missile destroyer, reclassified as cruiser), 100:15, 100:15, 100:18, 127:21

Baird, Spencer, 163:39–40

Baker, Charlie, 67:8

Baker, Elizabeth, 152:36

Baker, Jack, 105:17

Baker, James, 113:6

Baker, Matthew, 81:42

Baker, William, 163:10, 163:10

Baker, William Avery, 8:23, 15:46, 17:25–26, 24:40–41, 28:30

Baker, William Bliss (artist), 28:23, 28:24

Baker, William C., 161:12, 161:12, 162:11, 162:11

Balaena (steam whaler), 18:42

Balboa, Vasco Nuñez de, 79:10

Balchen, Burnt, 101:10

Balclutha (ex-Pacific Queen; ex-Star of Alaska) (Cape Horn square rigger), 2:7, 4:26–27, 4:29, 4:43, 5:5, 5:28, 5:33, 7:1, 8:7–8, 8:10, 8:12–13, 8:14, 10:26, 11:35, 12:41, 14:36, 15:13, 18:36, 18:38, 19:23, 20:18, 23:24, 26:21, 27:5, 28:32, 31:57, 38:10, 38:11, 46:0, 46:12, 46:15, 48:35, 71:10, 72:12, 72:21, 73:5, 76:6–7, 94:6, 95:2–3, 96:15, 117:24, 126:44, 126:46, 142:12, 145:48, 148:29, 150:6, 155:10, 155:19

(pictures), 4:27, 8:10, 13:25, 46:12, 90:23, 117:24, 126:44, 145:49, 161:34

figurehead for, 50:29

overhaul, 4:29

refitting of, 90:20–23

Baldwin, Raymond E.

“The Friendly Connecticut: My Favorite River in the Whole United States,” 36:45–47

baleen, 128:16. See also whales, products from

Balla, Humberto, 8:20

Ballantyne, A., 63:20–22

Ballard, Robert, 93:7, 103:38, 104:5, 139:38, 153:17, 153:20–21, 158:10, 158:10, 159:8

“The Institute for Exploration and Deepwater Archaeology,” 84:5

ballast stones, 157:24, 157:25

Ballou, Silas, 139:18

Balser, Paul, 113:6

Baltic (White Star liner), 65:20, 89:12

Baltick (schooner), 14:51

Baltimore, MD

as OpSail 2000 port city, 88:30–32

shipbuilding in, 14:16–18, 88:30–31

Baltimore (pilot boat), 9:17

Baltimore, SS (steel steam tugboat), 25:0, 25:18, 25:46, 43:39, 88:31, 109:35, 109:35, 110:35, 110:35, 114:37, 114:37, 148:30

Baltimore, USS (Dewey’s cruiser), 86:18, 153:34

Baltimore & Chesapeake Steamboat Company, 114:37

“Baltimore: A Renaissance City,” 88:30–32

“The Baltimore Clipper,” 14:16–18

Baltimore clipper, 14:0

Baltimore Museum of Art, 121:46

Baltimore Museum of Industry (BMI), 109:35

Balzano, Joseph, 144:34, 144:36, 144:36, 144:37

Bancroft, George, 156:33

Band, Jonathon, 138:44, 140:20, 141:9

Bandi (ex-Pieter A. Koertz; ex-Elizabeth Bandi; renamed Seute Deern) (barque), 2:14, 2:31, 4:7, 4:34, 4:34, 58:5, 77:37

Bangor (steamer), 77:32

banjarmasin tambangan, 43:29, 43:30

Banks, Joseph, 83:11, 83:13, 83:14, 83:15, 83:15–16, 156:33, 157:36–37

Banning, USS (patrol craft), 5:29

Bantry Bay gigs, 103:30–31

Baptiste, John Jr., 7:20–21

Barba Negra (former whaling ship, now barquentine), 3:5, 4:19, 4:35, 10:28, 13:12

Barbados, HMS (frigate), 139:11

Barbara Andrie (ex-Edmond J. Moran), 25:22, 25:22

Barbara C. (wooden steam schooner), 41:19, 41:19, 103:3

Barbara Jean, 55:11

Barbara Johnson Whaling Collection, 17:36, 24:30, 29:32, 30:37

Barbarossa, SS (renamed USS Mercury) (ocean liner), 161:21, 161:22

Barbary Wars, 105:0, 105:9–13, 106:2–3, 153:24

“The Barbary Wars,” 105:9–13

Barber, John M. (artist), 69:33, 112:35, 126:8, 126:8, 127:0, 127:8, 127:8, 127:28–33, 127:38–39

Barbour Boatworks, 109:13

Barclay, Robert Heriot, 136:11, 144:15, 144:16

Barclay, Sam, 18:24–25

Bard, James (artist), 9:32, 15:54, 15:55, 37:24, 40:30, 54:27, 74:28, 78:25, 80:24–27

Bard, John (artist), 9:32, 15:54, 15:55, 37:24, 80:24–27

Barde, Robert (editor)

“‘For the Benefit of Any Friends.Who May Be Unacquainted with Shipboard Life’: John O. Falkenburg’s 1867 Diary from Sea, USS Iroquois,” 124:16–19

Bareford, David (artist), 98:26–29, 149:27, 157:14, 162:12

Barge races, 101:7

Barker, A. S., 86:19

Barker, James, 70:13

Barlovento (ketch), 47:9

Barlovento (yacht), 133:6

Barlow, Andrea, 162:34

Barnabas (Cornish lugger), 3:31

Barnabas (gaff), 36:32

barnacles, 116:34–35, 159:34, 160:47

Barnard, John

“Baltimore: A Renaissance City,” 88:30–32

“OpSail 2000 Baltimore,” 88:32

Barnegat (lightship #97), 4:35, 5:29, 6:30, 9:17, 23:23

Barnegat Bay Decoy and Baymen’s Museum, 69:38

Barnes, Al (artist), 148:43

Barnes, O. K.

“The Stephen Taber: After 112 Years, She Still Earns Her Way,” 30:24–27

Barnes, Stephen, 56:35

Barnes, Susan Dempsey

“The Mary Rose: The Final Triumph of a Ship that Failed,” 39:12–14

Barnett, USS (attack transport), 46:5

Barnett, Walter L., 161:40

Barney, Joshua, 59:26, 105:9–10, 137:1314, 137:15, 140:14–16, 140:15, 147:18–22, 147:18

Barney, William, 147:20

Barns Ness Lighthouse, 116:37, 116:37

Baron, Cindy (artist), 134:30, 149:28

Baron Graham (renamed Haliskalkavan) (tramp steamer), 26:29

“The Barque Picton Castle’s Bosun School: Learning the Traditional Skills of the Sailing Ship Seafarer,” 157:28–31

barquentines, 122:7

barques, 76:2, 154:45

Barr, Charlie, 158:24

Barracouta, HMS (brig converted to barque), 83:46

Barrett, Raymond, 140:13

Barrie, Robert, 137:13–14, 140:14

Barron, Guy E.

“The Last Voyage of the USS Saratoga, 1906,” 19:36–37

Barron, James, 112:15, 116:11, 116:12, 116:14, 129:18

letters exchanged with Stephen Decatur, 118:16–19

“Barron/Decatur Letters, June 1819 to February 1820, Which Led to the Untimely Death of Stephen Decatur,” 118:16–19

Barros, John J., 8:20

Barrow, John, 156:32

Barrow, Willis G., 138:37–38

Barry, John, 59:26, 103:15, 116:11, 138:47, 142:37, 147:8, 152:36, 152:38–39, 152:39

Barry, Sarah Austin, 152:36, 152:38–39

Barry, USS (destroyer), 33:33, 44:32

Bartles, Mike, 147:27, 147:28

Bartlett, Robert A. “Bob”, 23:46–47, 46:23–24, 83:3, 101:12, 101:16, 101:16, 117:36, 117:37, 144:36, 151:10–11, 151:10, 155:38, 155:39, 163:14

Bartlett, Rupert, 34:13

Bartlum, John, 136:26, 136:26, 136:29

Barton, Alison, 162:34

Barton Swing Aquaduct, 33:32

Bartos, Louis

“David Steel’s The Art of Sailmaking & HMS Victory’s Fore Topsail,” 111:10–13

Baruna, 131:29

Barvey, Patrick J., 99:5

Barwick, Kent, 76:5, 147:7

Bascobel (tugboat), 25:18

Base Realignment and Closure (BRC), 112:39

Basile, Thomas, 147:14, 147:15, 147:16

Basque fishing trainera, 85:46–47

Bass, Ann, 39:9

Bass, George F., 13:27, 36:34, 39:8, 39:9, 48:38, 68:18–19, 68:21–22, 88:38, 100:39, 153:16, 153:16, 153:18, 153:19

“The Men Who Stole the Stars,” 15:30–31

“The Vulnerability of Wrecks in International Waters,” 68:15

“What Is Archaeology?” 51:8

Basta, Daniel J., 148:40, 148:40, 165:46

Batavia (Dutch East Indiaman), 16:19, 20:42

Batavia (Dutch East Indiaman replica), 60:37, 63:3031, 63:31

bateaux, 63:18, 70:39, 132:47, 140:45

Bateaux Below, Inc., 70:39, 132:47, 140:45

Bateman, Arthur E., 50:7

Bates, Aude, “The Dunbrody and the Spirit of Ireland,” 88:20

Batfish, USS (submarine), 5:29, 12:28, 73:17

Bath Iron Works, 145:51–52

Bath Marine Museum, 1:32, 4:3, 4:5, 4:35, 5:32, 7:32, 8:23, 11:34

Baton Rouge Victory, SS, 140:12, 140:12, 140:13

Batten, William, 135:25

“The Battle of Cape Henry,” 132:22–26

Battle of Hampton Roads. See Hampton Roads, Battle of

Battle of Lake Borgne. See Lake Borgne, Battle of

Battle of Lake Champlain. See Lake Champlain, Battle of

Battle of Lake Erie. See Lake Erie, Battle of

“Battle of Lake Erie, 10 September 1813,” 144:14–19

Battle of Manila Bay. See Manila Bay, Battle of

Battle of Midway. See Midway, Battle of

“Battle of Midway: America’s First Victory in a Fleet Action in World War II,” 102:8–12

Battle of New Orleans. See New Orleans, Battle of

Battle of Plattsburgh Bay. See Plattsburgh Bay, Battle of

Battle of St. Leonard’s Creek. See St. Leonard’s Creek

“The Battle of the Atlantic” 65:11, 66:8–15

“Battle of the Nile: Europe at Crossroads,” 85:30–34

Battle of Trafalgar. See Trafalgar, Battle of

“Battle off Flamborough Head: A Pivotal Victory for American Independence,” 115:8–11

Battle off Samar, 71:14–17, 72:4–5

“The Battle off Samar,” 71:14–17

“The Battle Won By Civilians,” 29:6–8

Battleship Cove Naval Heritage Museum, 107:36, 158:42, 158:42

“Battleship New Jersey,” 107:12

Battleship New Jersey Historical Museum Society, 71:36

battleships, 148:28–29

evolution of, 31:8–9

Iowa-class, 31:8, 65:32

Michigan-class, 31:11

battleships, American

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

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

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

USS Illinois, 73:31, 73:31, 74:4

USS Iowa, 10:23, 65:4, 86:19, 94:21, 98:36, 134:42, 134:42, 136:40, 136:40, 139:42, 139:42, 155:36

USS Maine, 10:27, 86:16, 86:17, 86:19, 94:8, 103:11, 107:24, 107:24, 120:35, 125:42, 144:30, 148:13, 157:16

USS Massachusetts, 5:29, 12:29, 20:38, 31:8, 64:37–38, 69:37, 70:39, 73:17, 84:29, 94:20, 96:15, 138:37, 138:37, 158:42

USS Michigan, 31:9

USS Missouri, 5:30, 12:29, 21:34, 71:36, 74:36, 89:41, 92:17, 96:15, 96:32, 111:34, 130:47, 148:15, 148:28

USS Nevada, 69:11, 69:13, 69:15, 69:42, 158:5

USS New Jersey, 12:29, 92:37, 101:34, 107:12, 111:4, 144:34, 148:28, 162:46, 162:46

USS New Mexico, 114:15

USS North Carolina, 5:29, 12:29, 31:8, 31:49, 73:17, 74:36, 74:36, 75:3, 84:29, 133:24, 143:47, 147:42, 147:42, 156:46, 156:46, 161:17

USS South Carolina, 31:9

USS South Dakota, 65:16, 105:27

USS Texas (battleship BB-35) see Texas, USS (battleship BB-35)

USS Wisconsin, 92:17–18, 92:17–18, 94:21, 108:4, 108:4, 123:46, 148:33, 155:50

battleships, British

HMS Cumberland (British three-decker), 85:45

HMS Dreadnought, 30:9, 31:9–10, 65:32, 136:16, 136:16

HMS Lancaster, 85:45

HMS Nelson, 69:13

HMS Rodney, 69:13, 71:26

HMS Warspite, 30:33, 31:7, 69:13, 90:9

HMS Winchelsea, 85:45

battleships, other countries

Bismarck, 30:8, 51:36, 53:11, 65:32, 100:44, 135:22, 135:23, 135:23, 152:48, 156:17

Caio Duilio, 56:14

Deutschland (renamed Lutzow), 30:8, 64:47, 159:11, 159:11, 159:14

Gneisenau, 26:3

Graf Spee, 30:8

Mikasa, 12:27, 65:34, 112:5–6, 145:46, 148:26

Musasshi, 71:15

Nagato, 71:16

Tirpitz, 27:8, 62:15, 62:15, 62:16, 64:47, 66:11, 73:41

Torgad Reis (ex-Weissenburg), 72:5

Bawlf, Samuel, 106:10–12

Baxter, Alexander, 137:22–23

Bay, SS (ex-Export Bay), 136:39, 136:39

Bay Belle (ex-City of Wilmington; now Dutchess) (steamer), 10:13, 11:8

Bay Maud (ex-Maud) (Arctic exploration ship), 26:31, 75:33, 81:44–45, 156:53–55, 156:54

Bay State (ex-USS Ranger; ex-Nantucket; ex-Rockport; renamed Emery Rice) (barque-rigged iron gunboat), 46:20–21, 47:5, 65:4, 66:4, 67:7, 68:5, 75:5, , 123:6, 123:15

Bay State (1847) Hudson River steamboat), 10:9, 20:13, 20:13,

Bay State (1852) (Great Lakes propeller-driven steamer,) 153:54, 153:54

Bay State (1890) (paddlewheel steamer) 107:17

Bay View (Great Lakes whaleback), 22:25

Bayard, 11:32, 133:34, 133:35, 133:36

Baylis, John S., 52:36

Bayly, Lewis, 99:8, 99:9, 99:9, 99:10, 100:15

Bayly, Patrick, 16:12–15

Baymaud (ex-Maud). See Bay Maud

“‘Be Good Seamen,’” 35:25

Beach, Edward L., 44:2, 103:38

beacons, 126:36

Beagary Charitable Trust, 142:52

Beagle, HMS (three-masted barque), 24:37, 31:27, 31:27–28, 83:45, 83:46, 90:11, 145:24, 149:28

boats, 31:30–31

final disposition, 31:29

first and second voyages, 31:27–28

King’s “diagram sketches,” 31:31–36

model, 83:44–47, 83:46–47

outboard profile, 31:29–30

plans for, 83:44

poop cabin, 31:36–38

research and reconstruction, 31:29

sail plan, 31:36

third voyage, 31:28–29

Beanes, William, 140:17

Bear (Coast Guard cutter), 146:0, 146:28–33, 146:28–29, 146:31–33

Bear, USS (steam whaler), 46:27, 121:17, 122:5

Bear Mountain (steamboat), 27:39

Beargie, Tony, 68:34

“The Beast on the Beach,” 11:28

Beatrice, 32:16

Beattie, Alexander “By the Wind,” 22:9

Beaumont, Arthur (artist), 84:50

Beauregard, P. G. T., 156:25, 158:18–19

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

Beaver (side-wheel steamship), 14:40, 40:22, 40:22

Beaver (steamship replica), 17:29

Beaver (whaleship), 86:12

“‘Because I Want To’: A Questioning Look at the Difficulties of Writing History While Helping to Make It,” 26:6–7

Bechalla (Genoese ship), 53:17

Beck, Cameron W., 4:35

Beck, Horace P., 106:39, 106:39

Beck, Michael, 76:37

Becker, Charles H., 92:17

Becker, Elizabeth

“Hoisting the Sails as They Did a Century Ago—the Schooner Adventuress Turns 100,” 142:34–35

Becker, Johannes Siegfried, 35:19

Becky Thatcher (steamship), 148:30

Becuna, USS (WWII submarine), 5:29, 6:30, 12:28, 71:36, 73:17, 84:25

Beddows, Michael, 6:12

Bedell, Anthony, 2:30

Bedford (lifeboat), 33:10, 33:14, 100:34, 100:38

Bedfordshire, HMS (trawler), 68:12

Bee (ex-Le Bon Pierre) (French privateer/US revenue cutter), 153:33, 153:34

Bee (historical schooner replica), 61:38, 67:34, 69:34, 69:34, 70:40

Bee (steam schooner), 26:3

Beebe, William M. Jr., 121:15

Beechey, Frederick W., 140:28

Beechey, Richard Brydges (artist), 125:31

Beefeater (trimaran), 30:35, 31:53, 34:37

Beefeater II (trimaran), 34:37

Beegel, Susan, 147:38

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

Beekman, John K., 143:32

“Before ‘Old Ironsides’—the Origins of USS Constitution and Her First Captain, Samuel Nicholson,” 142:36–38

“Before the Bridge: 19th-Century Paintings of the Golden Gate,” 95:24–26

Begley-Smith, Stephanie, 95:28, 95:29

Beinecke Library (Yale University), 113:37

Beizer, Herbert, 121:32

Bel Espoir (ex-Prince Louis II; ex-Peder Most; ex-Nette S.) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:5–6, 84:27

Belated Thanks to the Merchant Mariners of World War II Act of 2005, 111:35, 113:4–5, 114:4

Belcher, George, 162:30, 162:34

Belem (ex-Fantome II; ex-Giorgio Cini) (barque), 2:6, 2:8, 10:29, 16:16–17, 16:16–17, 20:30, 20:35, 38:36, 39:34, 40:11, 42:29, 53:42

“The Belem Returns to France!” 16:16–17

Belem Trust, 20:35

Belfast, HMS (British heavy cruiser), 3:29, 12:28, 27:8–10, 27:8–10, 27:37, 91:38, 100:41

Belfast Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, 36:32

Belgenland, 20:29

Belgian Gate (Cointet-element), 158:36

Belgrano (Argentine cruiser), 24:3

Belknap, USS (destroyer), 100:18

Bell, Charles Heyer, 68:24

Bell, James D.

“Planning the Restoration of the Battleship Texas,” 31:16

Bell, Jared, 136:7

Bellands (four-masted barque), 1:19, 3:19–20, 32:14, 32:15, 32:26, 71:12, 155:20

Bellatrix, USS (now Independencia) (Peruvian Navy training ship), 94:17, 151:6

Belle (LaSalle’s frigate), 77:40, 96:15

Belle Horizon, 37:31

Belle Isle (ship-of-the-line), 56:27

Belle of Louisville (ex-Idlewild) (sternwheel passenger steamboat), 5:28, 10:26, 57:26, 7:28, 64:34, 74:0, 74:18, 78:28, 145:48, 145:48, 148:30, 148:30

Belle Poule (topsail schooner), 16:16, 37:33, 90:15

Bellerophon (ex-Waterloo) (British line-of-battleship), 30:8, 85:12, 86:3, 126:32–33, 126:32

Bellico, Russell

“Radeau Below,” 63:18–19

Belliveau, Richard G., 140:47

Bellona (steamship), 9:32, 70:5, 85:40

Bellows, George (artist), 141:30

Belmont, August Jr., 147:10–13, 147:10

Beluga whales, 123:37, 158:38–40. See also whales

Belvedere (steam barque), 61:27

Belvidera, 24:11

Beman, Lynn S.

“Julian O. Davidson (1853–1894): A Rediscovery,” 43:24–26

Bemus Point-Stow Ferry, 139:42, 139:42

Bendixsen, Hans Ditlev, 21:10, 21:24–25, 21:25

“Benedict Arnold’s Navy,” 117:14–19

Benevolence (French schooner), 153:34

Bengal (minesweeper), 94:2–3

Benjamin, 103:26

Benjamin Contee (blockship), 69:18

Benjamin F. Packard (Down Easter), 5:1, 5:9, 5:10, 7:32, 8:11, 46:13, 56:8–11, 59:5, 60:10, 67:7, 72:21, 74:4, 96:16, 145:20–23, 145:20

ship’s cabin, 149:46

Benjamin Harrison, SS (Liberty ship), 11:21

Benjamin Hawkins, SS (Liberty ship), 69:20–21

“Benjamin Hiller & the Cutter Pickering in the Quasi-War with France,” 122:24–27

Benjamin Russell (schooner), 50:7

Bennett, Duane, 55:31

Bennett, Ernestine

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

Bennett, Frederick, 163:44–45

Bennett, James Gordon, 89:23–27, 89:23, 98:23, 150:10

Bennett, Joe, 143:14

Bennett, Oswald, 143:14

Bennett, Tony, 109:34

Bennewitz, Raul, 67:5

Bennington, 10:27

Benson, Abigail, 156:26–29

Benson, John Prentiss (artist), 106:0, 106:30–32

Benson, Thomas Tew, 45:34

Benson, William O., 37:11, 37:17, 37:17, 41:33–34

Benson, William Shepherd, 120:33

Bentley, Helen Delich, 21:7, 57:35, 68:6, 69:30, 70:7, 71:6, 130:6, 134:8, 134:8, 135:8, 135:8, 139:8, 156:48, 156:48

Bentley, William, 139:23

Benton, Nicholas S., 42:36, 49:35, 51:35

“The Council of Colonization Period Ships,” 45:32

“Rigging a Sixteenth-Century Ship,” 42:22–23

Benzonia, SS (Mallows Bay Ghost Fleet ship), 153:53, 158:31, 158:31

Beothic, SS, 125:29, 151:11

Berc I Satwet (destroyer), 74:8

Bercaw, Sean, 160:22

Berengaria (German liner), 20:29, 95:13

Berenike excavation, 103:38

Bereska, Garry A., 64:36–37

Bergantim Real (Portuguese ship), 83:51

Bergen, John, 33:25

Bergen, 30:10

Bering, Vitus, 61:38

Berkeley (steam bay ferryboat), 2:31, 5:19, 5:28, 8:29, 13:48, 15:53, 16:37, 17:9, 21:34, 78:4, 99:34, 102:38, 109:4, 120:16, 120:19, 161:50

(pictures), 79:17, 120:17, 120:19, 161:50

Berkshire #7 (canal boat), 8:26

Berman, Saul (artist), 128:24–25

Bermuda, 95:29

Bermuda Maritime Museum, 24:27, 27:37, 57:4, 95:30

Bermuda National Trust, 95:30–31

Bermuda Race, 47:8–10, 131:24–25, 131:24–25, 148:0

Bernadou, Baptiste, 157:18, 157:19

Bernal, John Desmond, 69:17–19

Bernard C. Webber, USCGC, 131:40

Berner, Paul, 8:26

Bernice P. Bishop Museum (Honolulu), 25:42, 81:33

Bernida (racing yacht), 143:48, 143:48

“Bernie’s Brownie and Harry’s Jars: A Tale of Titanic,” 138:12–16

Bernon, Edward, 137:20

Berrian torpedo boat, 141:20–21, 141:21

Berrien, Allen, 50:23

Berrien, John, 144:33

Berrima (harbor ferry), 67:32

Berry, Lew, 131:9

Berry, William, map, 87:25

Berry Castle (paddle steamer), 36:32

Berryman, Eric J., 162:33

“The Search for the Bonhomme Richard,” 12:25–26

“What’s In a Name: A Tour Through the Actual Practices of How Warships Get Their Names,” 30:8–10

World Ship Trust report (1984), 34:36–37

Bert Williams 2nd, 11:22

Berta of Ibiza (three-masted schooner), 13:13, 13:13, 13:16, 14:8, 89:35

Bertha (drag-boat/dredger), 3:30, 48:10

Berthe Dolbeer (three-masted schooner), 21:27

Bertholf, USCGC (diesel and gas powered), 130:34

Bertonccini, John J. (artist), 90:0, 90:24–26

Berwick (ship-of-the-line), 90:15

Bessie (coastal topsail schooner), 149:27

Bessie (ketch), 18:24

Bessie Ellen (ketch), 26:28

“The Best Answer is in Wood and Iron” 20:17

Besugo (Argentine freighter), 35:19, 39:3

Betsey (Marblehead schooner), 128:14, 146:19

Betsey (seized in the Quasi-War), 113:16, 113:18

Betsy (British supply ship), 74:37

Betsy L (tug), 19:31

Betts, Margaret M.

“The Life and Art of John Prentiss Benson,” 106:30

Betts, Mary, 94:5, 103:34

Betty I. Conway (ex-George S. Allison) (Hudson River schooner converted to powerboat), 84:3

“Between Two Worlds: The Long Voyage Home,” 62:10–11

Beulah Land (schooner), 50:7

Beverly, Jessica

Cutty Sark in Flames,” 120:12–14

“Beyond the Spectacle,” 4:18, 81:19–21

Bezos, Jeff, 139:43

Biaggi, Mario, 35:13

Bibb (Coast Survey steam vessel), 120:32

Bibb (cutter), 143:27, 143:28

Bibby Line, 129:34

Bice (ex-Antonio Padre) (motorship, former full-rigged ship), 2:7

Biche (Breton tunnyman), 60:38

Bidder, George Parker, 156:56

Biddle, Nicholas, 103:14, 152:36

Bieberstein, MV, 164:6

Bien Trouvé (Bantry Bay gig), 103:30

Bierstadt, Albert (artist), 15:56, 47:36

Bifrost (ex-Gesto; renamed Kapama) (Norwegian steamer), 56:44

Big Horn Gallery, 73:28, 77:26

Big Horn, USS (AO-45) (submarine decoy ship), 159:14, 160:5

Biggs, Mary

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

Bilby, Ann

“David Bareford,” 98:26–29

Bill of Rights (schooner replica), 4:17, 5:21, 5:22, 7:11, 8:18, 12:38, 38:30, 47:11, 55:34, 50:32–33, 57:36, 58:5, 94:37, 95:21

Billington, Francis, 107:26

Billmeir, Jack Albert, 92:30

Bindalsbåt (Norwegian workboat), 51:38

Binghampton (harbor ferryboat), 5:29, 7:31, 37:38, 58:26

bioluminescence, 125:39, 161:44–45

Birch, Billy, 64:27, 64:28

Birch, Thomas (artist), 15:55

Birch, Virginia, 64:27

Bird, Anita, 14:37

Bird, John, 153:15

birds. See sea birds

Birdsell, Clarence, 82:20

Birge, Stanley, 144:48

Birkenhead (naval troopship), 57:39

Birkholz, Don Sr., 68:7, 132:17

birlinns, 59:34

Birmingham (US cruiser), 55:45, 55:45, 72:5

“Birth and Rebirth of the L. A. Dunton,” 49:20

Bishop Museum, 25:47, 27:38

Bismarck (German battleship), 30:8, 51:36, 53:11, 65:32, 100:44, 135:22, 135:23, 135:23, 152:48, 156:17

Bissonnette, Matt, 149:47

Bjorkfelt, Verner, 29:23

Black, Meg, 155:16

Black Ball Line, 87:11, 87:16, 88:9, 88:10, 89:10, 154:39–40

Black Douglas (yacht), 64:5

Black Eagle (steamship), 64:21

“The Black Heritage in Seafaring: Where It’s To Be Found Today,” 10:26–27

Black Heron, 5:5

Black History Museum, 21:32. See also National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC)

Black Magic syndicate, 116:23

Black Pearl (brig/brigantine), 3:4, 3:6, 4:42, 5:15, 7:10, 7:13, 7:14, 8:22, 8:23, 13:34, 13:34, 17:35, 29:24, 29:26, 30:34, 38:30, 38:32, 55:7, 55:7–8, 55:35, 56:35, 57:16, 57:17, 63:35, 65:37, 71:38, 73:32, 90:39, 90:39

Black Pearl (brigantine replica), 50:17, 50:31

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

Black Skimmers, 149:38–39

Black X Line, 36:11

Blackburn, Howard, 6:7, 131:8–11, 131:9

Blackford, Charles Minor, 34:25

“Christmas Eve 1917: The Time I Saw Sims,” 34:25

Blackford, William M., 100:19, 118:12, 118:13

Blackistone Island Lighthouse, 98:41

Blackjack (topsail schooner), 3:10

Blackman, Anthony (artist), 115:32

Blake, A. D., 131:25

Blake, Betty, 8:23

Blake, Francis E., 92:17, 92:18

Blake, Peter, 70:40

Blake (Coast Survey steamer), 120:34

Blanca Estela, 18:17, 18:18–19, 38:30

Blanchard, Phineas, 30:12

Blanche, 16:45, 157:32–33

Blanco (Spanish ship), 125:43

Blanco Encalada (ironclad), 94:17, 94:18, 100:15

Blas de Lezo y Olavarrieta, 137:20

Blaser, Michael (artist), 57:26–27

Blashford-Snell, John, 10:21

Bleicher, Arie L.

“Man and the Oceans,” 128:32–36

Bleyer, Bill

“Can the United States Be Saved?” 147:14–16

“On Watch—SS United States Engineer Bob Sturm Still Serving the ‘Big U’“, 160:36–38

Peking Is Homeward Bound,” 156:16–18

Bligh, William, 42:16, 85:8–9, 85:8, 121:20, 121:25, 121:34, 121:34

“The Blind Beak of Bow Street and The Marine Society,” 24:26

Blisworth Tunnel, 28:30

Blitzen (schooner yacht), 47:9, 154:34

Bloch, Nadine, 57:18

Block, Adriaen, 36:13, 50:15, 58:19

Block Island (ex-Fishers Island) (steamer converted to diesel), 10:13

Block Island (ex-Machigonne; ex-Hook Mountain; renamed Yankee) (steamer), 10:13

Block Island Lighthouse, 119:39

Block Island Southeast Lighthouse, 60:39, 60:39

blockships, 69:17–19

Blohm, Hermann, 135:22, 135:22

Blohm & Voss Shipyard, 135:16, 135:22–23

“Blohm & Voss Shipyard (Est. 1877),” 135:22–23

Blommersdijk (Dutch steamer), 56:44

Bloodhound (cutter yacht), 78:8, 78:11, 89:28, 89:28

Blossom, Christopher (artist), 17:0, 17:14, 21:37, 82:0, 82:26–28

Blossom, HMS, 33:39, 140:28

Blossom (pilot boat), 71:22

Blossom Rock, 140:28–31

Blount, Matthew, 153:10

Bloxsom, Robert J., 41:13

Blue Bell (Whitstable smack), 60:38

Blue Bottle (Dragon class yacht), 105:37

Blue Funnel Line, 129:33, 130:6

Blue Marlin (transport ship), 154:45

blue marlins, 148:48–49

Blue Mermaid (barge), 34:23

Blue Swallowtail Line, 154:39

Blue Water Boat Guild (Bayfield, WI), 34:38

Blueback (submarine), 64:37

blue-eyed shags, 121:36

Bluenose (Canadian racing-fishing two-masted schooner), 5:15, 6:4, 22:34, 9:28, 41:34, 49:16, 71:36–37, 82:24, 82:25, 99:24, 140:43, 150:36, 152:5, 160:10

Bluenose II (Gloucester schooner replica), 5:15, 6:4, 7:12, 7:14, 8:17, 15:38, 17:26, 17:28, 17:28, 21:29–30, 22:34, 29:25, 29:25, 39:34, 39:34, 63:36, 71:37, 108:19, 117:42, 117:42, 140:43, 140:43, 150:5, 150:54, 150:54, 150:56, 164:30, 164:30

“A Bluenose on the Lakes: The J. T. Wing,” 47:24–25

Blunt, Simon F., 130:15

Blythe, Chay, 30:4

BMW Oracle US 76, 116:23

Bo Jiang, 154:15

Boa Esperanza (Bartholemew Dias’s ship replica), 62:26

Boadicea, 29:47

Boardman, John, 57:20, 100:39

Boas, Franz, 123:19, 123:21

boats

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

Australian surf boat, 100:35

Banjarmasin tambangan, 43:29, 43:30

Bantry Bay gigs, 103:30–31

Basque fishing trainera, 85:46–47

bateaux, 63:18, 70:39, 132:47, 140:45

Berrian torpedo boat, 141:20–21, 141:21

birlinns, 59:34

Bollinger, Boysie, 163:10, 163:10, 163:11

bonsje, 11:7

bota (Portuguese fishing boat), 43:28, 43:32

botters, 11:5, 11:7

bunker boats, 2:29

caique, 18:24–25

canal boats, 8:26, 43:32, 111:21–23

canal boat replicas, 95:36

cogs, 76:11

coracles, 43:32–33

curraghs (currachs), 23:23, 33:13, 43:33

dhangis, 43:31

dhonis, 36:26, 36:26

dredge boats, 86:24–27

Dutch flatboats, 128:4

Erie Canal boats, 4:22

feluccas, 51:10, 51:14, 102:32–35, 102:32–33

funerary boat of Pharaoh Cheops, 21:10

Galilee Boat, 42:37

gondolas, 33:13, 43:30, 43:32, 90:28

gunboats, 148:22–23, 147:18, 147:19

iceboats, 106:27

imbatche reed boat, 39:34

jangada (Brazilian boat), 35:32, 35:33, 35:34

klipperbarge, 11:7

knarrs, 76:11, 83:48, 83:52

lakatoi (New Guinea raft boat), 43:29

Lake Geneva boats, 14:4, 14:4, 16:7, 16:7

lancha chilota, 35:32, 35:33, 35:34

leudos (Ligurian boats), 39:34, 40:16–19

lifeboats, 156:8

log canoes, 40:34, 154:22–23

longboat replicas, 8:17, 15:16, 17:28, 18:46, 19:39, 43:32, 61:15, 73:32

luggers, 51:16

Mackinaw boats, 82:15, 82:16

moro-vintas, 43:30, 43:31

Nigeriain sailing dugout, 100:37

Nile River sailing boats, 10:4

oruwas, 36:24, 36:24

pearling dhows, 33:13, 33:14, 100:38

periaugers, 109:15, 111:13

petite goelette, 21:30

pinisi, 36:24–25, 36:24, 43:29–30

proas, 33:13, 100:37

radeaux, 63:18–19

rafts, 105:26

reed boats, 17:25, 39:34, 43:32

remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), 153:19–21, 153:54

riverboats, 39:36

saiyya, 89:16, 89:17

shallops, 114:36, 114:36, 118:29–30

shampans, 36:25, 36:25

shantyboats, 51:15

skipjacks, 10:26, 102:36, 127:37, 133:5

snagboats, 74:12–13

trehandiri, 18:24–25

tunnyboat, 100:35

ulang saliu, 30:38–39

Waddenzee fishing craft, 11:5, 11:7

Weiringer aken, 11:7

weyschuit, 34:31

wherries, 17:20–21, 20:4

Wianno Seniors, 51:12–13, 51:47–48

Wiannos, 53:5–6

xavega, 33:11, 33:11, 100:35, 100:35

zeillogger, 11:5

Zuiderzee fishing craft, 11:5, 11:7

See also canoes; dhows; dragon boats; junks; kayaks; ships; steamboats; towboats; tugboats

Boaty McBoatface (remote sub-sea vehicle), 155:49

Bobby (ex-Shadow) (sandbagger), 4:21, 36:8–9, 36:8–9, 38:32, 51:39

Boblo Boats, 164:50

Bocadasse (steamer), 11:22

Bockstoce, John

Mary D. Hume: A Tug for the Long Haul,” 25:23

Bodega y Quadra, Juan Francisco de la, 88:17

Bodekull (17th-century shipwreck), 160:53–54

Boeckling (double-ended, double-decked side paddle-wheeler), 20:42

Boer, 56:34

Bohannon, Joseph Saunders (artist), 31:23

Boit, John, 61:16, 61:33

Bojangles (ex-Elizabeth Monroe Smith; renamed Quonset) (steamer), 10:13

Bok, Gordon, 52:5

Bokhara, SS (steamship), 149:47

Bolero (yawl), 131:0, 131:26, 133:6–7

Bolin, Tommy, 6:4

Bolivar, USS (APA-34) (attack transport), 159:14, 160:5

Bollinger, Donald T. “Boysie,” 161:12, 161:12, 162:11, 162:11

Bollinger Shipyards, 157:13

Bolster, Jeffrey

Westward Traces Columbus,” 55:20–21

Bolton, Jay, 40:14–15, 53:42, 54:13, 55:7, 55:31

“A Ship to Sail New Trade and Education Routes,” 54:13

Bombay Castle, 27:44

“Bon Voyage Fair Harbor Lady!” 37:37

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

Bonamarte, Lou, 134:30

Bonaparte, Charles “Lunchbox Charlie,” 151:30

Bond, Willard (artist and author), 17:47, 21:38, 30:21, 32:35

Bone, Stephen (artist), 147:31

Bonhomme Richard (ex-Duc de Duras) (East Indiaman) 11:31, 12:20–21, 13:29, 13:53, 14:7, 15:50, 31:55, 45:26–28, 86:9, 115:8, 115:9–10, 115:11, 115:22, 152:37

(pictures), 12:26, 45:26, 115:8, 115:11

anchors, 24:3

search for, 12:25–26, 113:37, 115:35

Bonhomme Richard (ex-Marcel “B”; replica), 14:46

Bonne Citoyenne (British ship), 114:27

Bonnel, Ulane, 118:42

Bonner, Matthew J., 136:44, 136:44, 144:51, 144:53

Bonnycastle Park (City of Winnipeg), 69:35

bonsje, 11:7

Boone, Dave (artist), 142:46

Boozer, Thomas, 147:5

Borchers, William, 115:6

Borden, John, 142:34

Borelli, Peter, 116:38

Borer, HMS, 149:32

Borgela (tramp steamer), 14:63

Borgens, Amy,

  “Diving into the Wreck of Vicar of Bray,” 162:30–35

Borie, USS (destroyer), 67:14, 98:35

Borinquen, SS (passenger ship), 130:26–29, 130:27, 130:28, 131:4

Boscawen, Edward, 99:30

Boshoff, Jaco, 156:27, 156:28

Bosley, Ed, 78:14–15

Bossert, Louis, 50:7

Boston, Absalom, 108:3, 134:47, 134:47

Boston, MA, seafaring in, 86:10–11

Boston (convoy ship), 44:3

Boston (gundelo), 53:30

Boston (packet ship), 150:28

burning of, 150:28–29

Boston (paddlewheel steamer), 143:30

Boston (propeller steamship), 20:9, 39:28

Boston (renamed Charlestown) (frigate), 14:52–53, 14:53, 61:25, 103:13, 103:14, 103:15, 103:15, 103:16, 105:11

Boston, USS (Dewey’s cruiser), 86:18

Boston African American National Historic Site, 139:48

Boston Day and Evening Academy (BDEA), 163:26

Boston Harbor, 24:18–19, 24:21–22, 107:0, 159:18–19

“Boston Harbor: A Wharf Rat’s Reverie,” 24:21–22

Boston Harbor lighthouse, 143:48

Boston Harbor Tugboat Muster, 40:33, 43:35

“Boston Harbor Tugboat Muster,” 44:35

Boston lightship, 54:32

“Boston Mails” china, 64:32–33

Boston Marine Society, 87:2, 153:27, 153:30

Boston Maritime Gallery, 97:28

Boston National Historical Park, 75:34, 139:47–48

Boston Pilot Schooner #2 (renamed Roseway), 163:22–27, 163:22–27

Bostonia II (steamboat), 92:34

Boston-Liverpool Race (1992), 63:34

bota (Portuguese fishing boat), 43:28, 43:32

Bothnia (steamship), 64:18

botters, 9:0, 11:5, 11:7

Botto, Walter, 95:28–29

Boudin, Eugène (artist), 145:29

Boudreau, Peter, 47:11, 73:35

Bougainville (ex-Star of Peru; ex-Himalaya), (screw steamer), 14:36, 23:4, 27:28, 90:3

Bouguer, Pierre, 137:18, 137:19

Boulware, Jonathan, 144:6, 145:9, 152:28, 152:31, 152:31, 155:22–23, 156:16, 164:13

Bound, Mensun, 57:20, 57:20, 67:16–18, 78:19, 78:20, 100:39, 100:39

“Bound for the Arctic and Beyond: Schooner Bowdoin Prepares for Her Second Century of Voyaging,” 155:38–41

Bounty, HMAV, 121:20–25, 121:34

Bounty, HMS, 42:16, 85:8–9, 87:6, 121:0, 149:10

Bounty, “HMS” (frigate replica), 2:12, 3:13, 8:17, 17:28, 23:24, 43:32, 60:39, 62:4, 66:25, 67:31, 73:32, 74:41, 83:21–22, 83:21–22, 89:6, 89:6, 92:25, 97:38, 103:5, 140:40, 141:32, 142:6, 143:5, 148:53

   USCG rescue effort, 149:10

Bounty (1978 replica), 17:29

Bourbon, Charlotte-Marguerite de, 152:37

Bourne, Benjamin, 153:28

Bowditch, Nathaniel, 68:4, 101:3, 108:8, 136:34, 160:24–27, 160:25

memorial, 160:27

Bowdoin (Arctic exploration two–masted schooner) 4:35, 5:6, 5:10, 5:29, 9:1, 11:8, 11:8, 16:37, 18:14, 18:42, 20:37, 28:30, 34:17, 35:29, 40:24–25, 40:24–25, 42:29, 45:39, 47:11, 60:17, 154:48, 154:48, 155:38–41, 155:39, 155:40, 155:41, 156:6

model ship, 34:17

restoration of, 155:41

“Bowdoin: A Model from the Real Thing,” 34:17

Bowen, Ashley (artist), 15:55

Bowfin, USS (submarine), 5:28, 12:28, 73:17

Bowker, Francis E. “Biff,” 1:13, 5:22, 13:13, 16:29, 24:28, 31:56, 89:35

Bowles, Barry, 95:21

Bowman, Carl Gilbert, 79:16, 79:17, 89:43, 132:17

Bowyer, Mike, 78:19

box hauling, 52:33

Boxer (British brig), 56:26

Boxer, USS, 127:21

Boxer Rebellion, 125:44–45

Boyce, Michael (Baron Boyce), 152:12, 152:12, 153:8, 153:9

Boyd, John, 136:12

Boyer, Richard (artist), 102:23

Bradford, William (artist), 104:22–25, 125:30

Bradley, Ed, 72:20

Bradley, Omar, 69:12, 69:13, 69:15

Brady, Robert, 165:43

Brain, John Clibbon, 152:22–25

Brandes, Karl, 90:20–21

Brandon, Patrick, 90:20

Brandon, Peg, 164:10–11, 164:16, 164:16, 165:9, 165:9

Brandywine (frigate), 103:16

Brann, Christian, “To the Great Relief and Loud Cheers of Those on Board,” 55:11

Brannon, Richard, 72:10

Bransfield (Antarctic survey ship), 13:42

Brava (Cape Verde packet), 9:29

Brava Packet trade, 8:19

Bray, Maynard, 4:35, 8:22, 96:13

Braynard, Doris, 117:44, 122:45

Braynard, Frank O., 4:11, 6:13, 7:22, 7:22, 17:37, 32:35, 40:10, 46:6, 53:4–5, 63:35, 63:36, 76:39, 81:21, 89:31, 93:39, 93:39, 114:39, 117:44, 117:44, 122:45, 123:5, 125:20, 125:21

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

“The Great Steamboat Race of 1981,” 43:14–16

“Hail the Juan Sebastian de Elcano,” 54:14

“Search for the Tall Ships,” 52:46–47

Breadalbane, HMS (three-masted barque), 14:43, 19:38, 22:26

Bredeck, Robert, 157:35

Breehorn, 42:28

Breen, Ann

“On the Riverfronts,” 43:11

Breen, Eleanor, 163:48

Breeze (gaff-rigged well smack), 13:45, 13:45

Bremen (German racer), 95:12, 95:13

Bremen (supply submarine), 55:44, 55:45

Bremen, SS (ex-SS Prinzess Irene; ex-USS Pocahontas) (CTF ship), 65:21, 65:25, 161:20, 161:22

Bremen, SS (steam turbine liner), 110:14–17, 110:14–17

Bremerton, USS (submarine), 162:26

Brenckle, Matthew

“Finding Jack Tar—USS Constitution’s Crew,” 138:34–35

Brendan (brigantine), 3:10

Brendan (skinboat reproduction), 17:25

Brent (ex-TID) (tugboat), 3:30, 25:18

Breslin, John, 117:13

Brest ‘92, 60:38

Bretagne (barque), 43:27

Brett, Gertrude, 152:29

Brett, Oswald Longfield (artist), 6:22, 10:34, 15:40, 19:0, 32:0, 43:27, 49:11, 91:0, 91:10, 91:11, 140:0, 140:24–27, 141:5–6, 142:14, 152:29, 155:12, 161:0, 161:30–34, 161:30, 161:31

Brett, Oswald Longfield (author), 32:37, 32:38

“Captain James VCook, RN, FRS,” 11:12–16

Charles Robert Patterson: The Sailorman’s Painter,” 30:12–16

“Commander Alan John Villiers DSC, FRGS, D.LITT,” 32:14–22

“I Couldn’t Take My Eyes off Cook’s Endeavour,” 32:36–39

“Make Way for a Sailor: A Memoir of Captain Archie Horka,” 15:40–42

“Towing in Time With McAllister,” 21:12–17

Brewer, David L III, 118:13, 113:6, 113:6, 112:7, 112:7

Brewington, Dorothy E. R., 50:27

Brewster, Caleb, 52:5

Brewster, Mary Louisa Burtch, 74:20, 74:21–22, 164:41

Bricher, A. T. (artist), 15:55

Bridgeport (renamed Highlander) (side wheeler), 21:14

Bridges, Harry, 54:36

Bridgewater Canal, 33:32

Brierly Kenneth

“On Station,” 54:30–32

“Brig Pilgrim: The Old and the New,” 87:18–21

Briggs, Henry, 119:15

Briggs, Jessie, 90:21

Briggs, Lane, 113:8, 113:35

Briggs, Steve, 113:36

Brigham, Chester, 151:10–12

Brigham, George Caleb (artist), 15:56

“‘Bright Lookout on a Dark Night.’ the Loss of USS Saginaw,” 112:8–11

brigs, hermaphrodite, 63:5

Briley, John B.

“Ohio River Museum at Marietta, Ohio,” 43:41

Brilliant (schooner yacht), 5:6, 5:21, 5:28, 9:17, 11:33, 27:37–38, 29:24, 29:24, 96:17

Brilliant alumni and friends association, 28:31

Brimblecom, Philip Jr., 146:19–20, 147:5

Brinckerhoff (Hudson River ferry), 10:11

“Bring Home the Vicar!” 38:12–16

“Bringing Home the ‘American Ship,’” 72:19–22

Brink, Andrew, 163:32

Brink, David, 26:18–19, 162:7

Brink, Jim, 90:21

Brintle, Patricia (artist), 130:0

Briscoe, Arthur, 10:31–33

Bristol, 20:13

Bristol Shiplover’s Society, 23:21

Britain, Battle of, 56:4

“Britain Keeps the Sea,” 85:8–13

“Britain Looks Back,” 70:18–19

Britannia (Cunard liner), 1:0, 64:14, 64:15, 64:18, 64:32–33, 65:21, 95:0, 95:11, 95:11, 144:48

Britannia (cutter), 89:35

Britannia (1919 yacht), 67:33, 115:0

Britannia, HMS (Nelson’s ship), 27:44–45

Britannia, HMS (royal yacht), 5:16, 26:28, 89:34

Britannia (steam packet), 74:14

Britannic (White Star Line ship), 77:40

clipper card, 40:28

British Escort Force Trawler Squadron, 68:10, 68:10

British India Line, 129:32

British Isles (renamed Oceania), 15:13, 20:18, 20:19, 70:13

British Maritime Trust, 3:29–30

British Merit (motor tanker), 144:30

British Museum, 159:39

British Queen (supply ship), 98:10

“The British Raid on Essex: Rediscovering the Forgotten Battle,” 149:30–34

British seafaring, 23:0, 48:0, 75:13–14, 76:8–10, 80:8–11, 85:8–13, 86:8–9, 89:10, 89:12

under James Cook, 83:11–18

See also Royal Navy

“British Seascapes,” 12:44–47

“British Strategy in the War of 1812—the Balance of Power in Europe and the Perils of a Peripheral War,” 145:14–18

“British Whalers in the Pacific: Discovery of the Gledstanes,” 127:22–26

Briton, HMS (ex-HMS Calypso) (barque), 2:12, 3:13, 42:17

Broadfoot, David, 158:19

Broadwater, John

“The Yorktown Project,” 53:9

Brock, Isaac, 134:10, 134:11

Brocklebank (tugboat), 77:36

Broke, Philip V., 114:28–30, 136:13, 136:14

Bronx (tugboat), 11:19

Brookes (slave ship), 156:27, 156:27

Brookfield Boatbuilding Institute, 36:35

Brooking, Charles (artist), 12:45, 60:24

Brooklands (ex-Susan Vittery) (topsail schooner), 60:46–47

Brooklyn (Spanish-American War cruiser), 25:42, 86:19

Brooklyn Army Terminal, 65:14

Brooklyn Bridge, 13:16, 28:0, 28:11, 28:11–13, 28:24–27, 28:24–27, 29:31, 80:0

an appreciation, 28:13

original drawings, 28:12

“Brooklyn Bridge: An Appreciation,” 28:13

“Brooklyn Bridge is 100!” 28:11

“Brooklyn Bridge: Spanning Time & Tide, 1883–1983,” 28:24–27

Brooklyn Flint Glass Company, 163:52

Brooklyn Navy Yard Center, 141:48

Brooklyn Navy Yard Exhibition and Visitors Center, 138:42

Brooklyn Sloop Club, 23:4

Brooks, Arthur, 140:18

Brooks, George, 139:11

Brooks, Robin (artist), 85:0

“The Search for the Spirit,” 85:36–39

Brooks K. McAllister (tugboat), 71:38, 76:18, 80:21

Broomshooft, Beryl, 67:18–19

Broomshooft, Mike, 67:18–19

Brother Jonathan (steamer), 63:20–23, 82:38, 90:39

“The Brothers Eldridge: Extraordinary Mariners in an Extraordinary Age,” 154:38–41

Broughton, William, 61:32, 61:46

Brouwer, Norman, 4:37, 7:24, 7:25, 9:7, 12:6, 34:36, 38:13, 49:34, 57:9, 67:6–7, 67:6–7, 73:31, 91:6, 111:12, 122:7, 162:33

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

Catawissa: Last Deepwater Steam Tug on the East Coast,” 77:32–33

“The Charles Cooper Stabilized,” 20:26–27

“Historic Ships in South American Waters,” 13:38–42

“Historic Steam Tugs and Towboats Surviving in the U.S. and Canada: A Partial List,” 8:14–18

“Historic Warships of the World,” 12:27–29

“The Lettie G. Howard and Her People,” 49:19

“The Quest for the Truth of the Wavertree,” 26:9–12

“A Ship in the Cellar,” 14:28

“Stephen B. Luce and the Federal Act of 1874,” 57:12–14

See also International Register of Historic Ships

Brower, Ronald Sr., 124:8

Brown, Adam, 164:18–20

Brown, Arthur, 143:32–33

Brown, David C., 76:37, 85:7

Brown, Jacob, 137:11

Brown, James G.

“Recreating a Shantyboat and a River Man’s Dream,” 51:15

“The Onus of Debt: William Henry Brown and the Building of the Schooner America,” 143:30–33

“Warships for South American Rebels: Shipbuilders Adam and Noah Brown Find a New Market for Frigates in South America,” 164:18–21

Brown, Jesse, 10:27

Brown, Joseph Z., 45:34

Brown, Noah, 164:18–20

Brown, Richard, 97:9, 143:32

Brown, Thomas, 137:15

Brown, Timothy A., 69:37

Brown, Walter R., 102:6, 113:6, 113:6, 115:6, 115:6, 117:8, 136:30, 136:30, 137:8, 137:8, 139:8, 157:8

“Philip Haemo de Thorneycroft Teuscher and his Hopes for the National Maritime Historical Society,” 130:12–13

Brown, William Henry, 97:8, 143:30–33

Brown, Winfield (artist), 20:46–47

brown pelicans, 155:44–45

Browne, John R., 127:22, 164:41

Browne, Sally, 101:7, 101:9

Browning, Robert M., 111:2

Brown’s Wharf Maritime Museum, 5:33

Brownstone (schooner), 36:46

brown-water navy, 87:38, 147:22

Bruce Hawkins (barkentine), 8:6

Bruce McAllister (tugboat), 80:21, 80:21, 80:22, 80:22

Brueghel, Pieter (artist), 53:24

Brunel, Isambard Kingdom, 37:4, 64:16, 88:13

Bruns, Craig, “Drawn to the Water,” 135:28–30

Bruns, James H. (author), 156:20–25

  “Rediscovering USS Ward’s Namesake: James Harmon Ward, USN,” 162:16–20

Brunswick Lion (cat-rigged schooner replica), 7:33, 17:28

Bryant, C. R. (artist), 146:0

Buccaneer (ex-City of Beaumont) (five-masted barquentine), 3:6, 26:10, 33:21, 51:35–36, 53:43, 72:34–35

Buccaneer (ex-Virginia) (Gloucester schooner), 5:28, 6:5, 9:17, 10:4, 11:30, 13:48, 42:12

Buccaneer Queen (barquentine), 3:10

buccaneers, 127:36. See also piracy and pirates

Bucentaur (Venetian ceremonial galley), 1:11

Bucentaure (Battle of Trafalgar ship), 100:23

Buchan, Alexander, 83:13, 83:14

Buchan, David, 156:32

Buchanan, Buck, 117:8

Buchanan, David

Te Vega in the Mediterranean,” 46:34–35

Buchanan, James, 163:16–17, 163:16–17, 163:19

Buck, Paul, 35:22

Buckingham (ex-Flying Cloud; renamed Muscoota) (four-masted barque), 15:52

Buckingham, James Silk, 145:35, 145:35, 145:36

Buckley, Benjamin S., 149:20–24

Buckley, John, 49:30, 49:31

Buckley, Pamela

“Galveston When Elissa First Arrived,” 15:22–23

Buckley, William F. Jr., letter, 8:3, 100:30

Buckman (renamed Admiral Evans) (banana carrier), 22:24

Buffalo, USS (nuclear submarine), 165:42–43

Buffalo Maritime Society (BMS), 63:36

Buffel, HN1MS (Royal Netherlands Navy monitor), 2:32, 2:33, 7:18, 12:27, 77:41

Buga (freighter), 44:42

Bugis pinisi, 43:29–30

“Building a Modern Maritime Tradition,” 80:20–22

“Building a New Amistad,” 71:23

“Building the Normandy Beachhead,” 69:17–19

Bullard, John, 103:38, 165:25

Bullard, Sarah, 144:39

Bullard, William A. III, 120:10

Bullionist (renamed Orange Branch) (steamer; turret ship), 22:4

Bullis, John, 164:18

Bullock (Lord), 100:39

Bunch, USS, 35:23

Bunker, John

“The Clyde Puffer VIC 32,” 48:34

bunker boats, 2:29

Bunting, William H., 112:37

buoys, 126:36

Burch, Lonnie, 156:27

Burden, Charles E., 93:38

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), 142:24, 153:20, 153:22

Bureau of Science and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), 153:20

Burgess, Edward “Ned,” 116:20–21, 158:23

Burgess, Hannah Rebecca Crowell, 115:21

Burgess, Robert H., 14:10–12, 154:26

Burgess, W. Starling, 98:24, 98:25, 116:22

Burgess, William E. Jr., 8:7–8, 18:8–9, 55:7

Burgman, Todd, 131:20

Sea Cloud’s Nine Lives,” 131:16–20

Burgoyne, John, 98:11

burial at sea, 124:18

Burke, Arleigh “31-knot,” 26:2, 44:2, 77:40, 100:17

“‘Because I Want To’: A Questioning Look at the Difficulties of Writing History While Helping to Make It,” 26:6–7

“Sign on With Me Said John Paul Jones,” 100:28

Burke, Brendan (author)

“Spring Break Wreck in North Florida,” 163:50

Burkeland (Cape Verde schooner), 9:30

Burlington Schooner Project, 95:36

Burmah Queen (Hafenpolizei steam launch), 9:18, 11:35

Burmeister, David, 95:29

Burmeister, William R., 22:18

Burmester, Heinz, 61:39

Burnett, David, 103:2

Burnham, Harold A., 159:19–20, 159:22–23, 159:23

“The Burning of the Peggy Stewart,” 14:14–15

Burningham, Nick, 102:17

Burns, Ken, 160:41

Burns, Milton (artist), 32:35, 33:37

Burns, Patrick, 165:32

Burns, Thomas, 165:32

Burpee, William Partridge (artist), 61:28

Burrough, Alan, 4:29, 4:43, 5:24, 38:16

Burrowes, Thomas, 92:17, 92:18

Burundah (renamed Waratah) (tugboat), 2:27, 2:27, 25:19, 57:17, 67:33, 83:27, 90:39

Burwah, SS, 161:32

Burwell, Mike, 111:6–9

Burza (destroyer), 12:28

Busch, John Laurence

“It Seems Moses Caught the Fever—He Was Never the Same Again,” 134:23–25

Bush, George H. W., 33:25

Bushnell, David, 36:13–14, 95:18, 103:33

Buskoe (arctic trawler), 142:18, 146:32

Bustler (steam tug), 161:33

Butcher Boy (gaff sloop), 1:31–32, 53:43, 102:38, 102:38, 120:16

Butler, Joseph T. Jr. (author), 51:16

Buttersworth, James Edward (artist), 9:32–33, 15:54, 15:55, 21:30, 69:32, 70:0, 70:24–26, 83:43

Buttersworth, Thomas (artist), 21:30, 83:43, 150:20

Button Swan (Providence River catboat), 7:32

Butts, Archibald W., 138:15

Buzby, Mark, 163:11

Bye, Anna Synnøve, 101:32–33

Bye, Jens, 101:32

Byrd, Richard E., 122:5, 146:31, 155:40

Byron T. Benson (tanker), 113:15

By-the-Wind Sailor, 122:40

Byzantine seafaring, 73:12