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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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C

C & O Canal, 71:38–39

C. A. Smith (steam schooner), 37:13, 124:12

C. A. Thayer (three-masted lumber schooner), 4:26, 4:28, 5:28, 8:12–13, 18:37, 22:12, 22:13, 22:40, 25:8, 29:31, 30:34–35, 38:11, 46:15, 65:6, 66:25, 70:38, 71:7, 72:12, 107:36, 107:36, 113:38–39, 120:40, 133:24, 145:43, 146:6, 148:28, 153:50, 154:55

(pictures), 4:29, 8:13, 72:26, 113:38, 133:24, 148:29, 153:50, 154:55

rebuilding of stern, 4:29

C. L. Churchill (tugboat), 163:52

C. Plath Navigation, 108:9

C. Vibbard (Hudson River dayliner), 6:22

Cabby (wooden barge), 34:23, 55:11

cabin boys, 153:44

Cabot, John (Giovanni Caboto), 75:34, 80:9, 143:16, 147:5

Cabot, Ned, 130:41

Cabot, Sebastian, 66:18

Cabot, USS (renamed Dedalo) (CVL 28; light aircraft carrier), 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

cabotage, 160:28–29

Cabrillo, Juan Rodriquez, 109:2

Cabrillo lighthouse, 146:24–25

Cabrillo National Monument, 109:2

Cabrillo National Monument Foundation, 109:2

Caccavale, Susan, 147:14–16

Cadamosto (ex-Veri Amici; ex-Raffaela Madre; renamed Orietta) (motorship, former brigantine), 3:8

Caddell Dry Dock, 49:35, 126:46–47

Cahill, Patrick, 150:10–14, 150:10

Cahoone, John, 139:13

Caillebotte, Gustave (artist), 145:0, 145:27, 145:29

Caio Duilio (battleship), 56:14

caique, 18:24–25

Cairo, USS (Civil War gunboat), 12:27, 15:53, 19:22, 22:41, 105:24

Cakir, Mehmet, 68:20

Cal Maritime Ocean Initiative (CMOI), 154:30–33

Calabretta, Fred

“A Navy Segregated by Ship, Jim Graham and the Story of USS Mason, DE-529,” 118:10–13

“The Work of Captain George Comer—Whaling and Anthropology in the Arctic,” 123:18–22

Calbuco (full-rigged ship), 67:5

Caldwell, Benjamin, 98:10

Caldwell, Robert Cary, 74:38

Caleb W. Jones, 86:26

Caledonia (British private armed vessel), 136:11, 144:15, 144:16, 144:17

Caledonia (Cunard liner), 95:11

Caledonia (paddle steamship), 3:30, 64:33, 144:48

Calera, 1:17

California (barquentine), 3:6

California (ex-Zodiac) (schooner), 86:3

California (sidewheel steamer), 88:13–14, 90:34

California (transatlantic liner), 65:20

California, SS (steamship), 130:16

California Academy of Sciences, 67:8–9

California Clippers, 38:9–10, 88:11–12

California Galaxy (container vessel), 69:37

California Gold Rush, 38:9, 38:14, 38:20, 88:36, 102:29–31, 117:23, 137:22–25, 143:30, 149:20–24, 154:40

California Maritime Academy, 10:20, 78:2, 81:4, 126:10, 154:30–33, 157:27, 163:43

California Shipping Co., 1:9

“California Ships Dreaming: Follow the Star!” 8:10–11

Californian (revenue cutter reproduction; sail training ship), 28:32, 30:22, 30:23, 30:34, 32:32–33, 32:43, 33:33, 38:31, 38:31, 41:32, 53:42, 54:39, 61:38, 79:25, 79:26, 88:36, 106:36, 106:36, 107:35, 109:4, 115:34, 118:0, 120:16, 120:16, 120:19, 120:19, 125:54, 128:15, 141:44, 156:46, 163:47, 165:38

Californian Challenge program, 107:35

Californian’s First Year,” 38:31

Call, Ada Cyrus, 130:15, 130:16

“A Call to Accountability” 30:7

Callach (sailing ketch), 18:47

Callaghan, William M., 112:16

Callahan, Michael, 119:8, 119:8

Callao (Peruvian barque), 15:40, 15:42, 89:8–9

Calliope (steam launch), 18:42, 18:42, 35:38

Callo, Joseph F., 64:9

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

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

“Discovering Bermuda’s Maritime History,” 95:29

“History is in the Air at Sagres,” 80:30–31

“HM Schooner Pickle: a Little Vessel of Colossal Importance,” 163:34–35

“Nelson at Santa Cruz: A Minor Battle of Major Importance,” 79:19–21

“Nelson: Man and Myth,” 71:30–31

“The Spanish-American War: The US Changes Course,” 86:16–19

“Trafalgar: In Nelson’s Own Words,” 110:10–13

“Trafalgar’s Last Chapter—HMS Pickle’s Moment in History, 132:38–39

“Window on the Royal Navy,” 76:30–31

Calmar Nyckel. See Kalmar Nyckel

Calonne (French privateer), 90:15

Calvert Marine Museum (CMM; Solomons, MD), 8:28, 15:50, 17:36, 19:40, 20:40, 22:38–39, 23:23, 24:30, 25:46, 31:56, 33:35, 51:19, 51:19, 67:36, 77:40, 80:36, 110:36, 113:35, 130:38, 150:54, 162:7

Calypso (Cousteau’s ship), 89:41, 103:36, 156:52

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

Calypso, USCG cutter (renamed M/V Circle Line XI), 100:3

Camas Meadows (tanker), 130:31–32

Cambria (deep-draft schooner), 3:30, 26:28, 34:22, 34:24, 98:23–24

figurehead, 101:17

Cambria (yacht), 89:26, 116:20

Cambridge (trawler), 101:11

Camden (sloop), 98:12

Camden (tanker), 114:3

Camden, New Jersey, 144:34–35

Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum, 144:35–37

“The Camera’s Coast,” 105:33

Camilla (packet ship), 150:29

Camões (brig), 101:15

Camogli Naval Museum, 27:37

“The Campaign for Sea History,” 73:7

“Campaign for the Maritime Alliance,” 45:6–7

Campbell, George, 4:20, 6:10–11, 28:29, 49:34, 53:26–27

“On Looking Back,”, 9:3

“Of Transom Sterns, Beam Trawls and Pinkies,” 41:23

“A Sublime Satisfaction,” 7:34–36

Campbell, Hugh George, 153:32–36, 154:5

Campbell, Ian, 9:7

Campbell, USCGC, 66:0, 153:5

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

Canadian Cadet Movement, 28:32, 28:34

Canadian Coast Guard (CCG), 77:38, 77:40, 139:31, 139:31

Canadian Maritime Discovery Centre, 107:35

Canadian Star, 29:8

canal boats, 8:26, 43:32, 111:21–23

replicas, 95:36

Canal Society of New Jersey, 24:30

Canandaigua, USS (warship), 76:34–35, 158:20–21

Canarias (cruiser), 10:43

Canberra, 30:9

Cangarda (steam yacht), 117:38, 121:42, 121:42

Canning (tug), 3:30, 25:18, 25:47

Cannon, John W., 43:13

cannons

given by Jacob Gibson, 143:10–11, 143:10, 143:12

from Mardi Gras shipwreck, 142:28

“‘The Canoe is Our Garden’: A Report on the Project Sponsored by the National Society to Build and Sail a Traditional Tami Canoe,” 30:38–39

canoes, 21:30, 61:0, 68:30, 102:19. See also kayaks; log canoes

Adney collection of Native American canoe models, 96:37

asamat canoe, 43:29

in the Caribbean, 27:47

dugout canoe, 30:32–33, 61:16, 61:19, 61:20–22

Haida, 43:32, 148:30

Hawaiian, 73:38

Hudson’s Bay Company, 99:19

Indonesian outrigger (jukung), 43:29, 43:30

Karaphuna canoes, 27:47

kora-kora (war canoe), 102:19

native, 53:4, 61:20–22

Maori war canoe, 43:29

Native American, 99:18–21

New Zealand war canoe, 83:13

Northwest Indian, 61:20–22

outrigger, 36:24, 43:29–30, 83:14

Polynesian voyaging, 17:25, 70:30–31, 74:35, 81:32, 81:32, 84:12, 84:40–42, 157:40, 157:40, 157:40, 157:42, 158:4, 158:4

six-hour, 105:24

Tami islands, 25:11, 30:38–39

tatala (seagoing fishing canoe), 162:47, 162:47

Canright, Stephen

“A San Francisco Bay Felucca Reborn,” 51:14

Cantelas, Frank, 117:6, 117:6

Canton (whaling barque), 16:47, 123:18–19

Cap Arcona (German liner), 103:3

Cap Pilar (barquentine), 2:34, 32:36

Cap San Diego, 99:36

Cap Trafalgar (German liner), 95:12

Cape & Islands Maritime Research Association, 118:42

Cape Ann fisheries, 82:20–21

Cape Ann Historical Association, 76:28

Cape Ann Light, 142:49

Cape Ann Museum, 105:33, 142:49–50

Cape Ann School, 135:32

Cape Breton, HMCS (ex-HMS Flamborough Head) (Canadian Victory ship), 72:34, 72:34, 75:3, 100:45, 100:45

Cape Carter, USCB cutter, 63:23

Cape Cod, 42:7, 46:32–33

Cape Cod Canal, 147:10–13, 147:12–17, 147:36, 148:5

map, 147:10–11

Cape Cod Lighthouse, 62:36

Cape Cod Maritime Festival, 118:42

Cape Cod Maritime Museum (CCMM), 83:43, 121:40, 134:30, 156:39, 159:30–32

Cape Cod National Seashore, 135:42

Cape Cod shipwrecks, 147:10–11, 147:13

Cape Eagle (Canadian schooner), 9:28–29

Cape Elizabeth lighthouse, 63:0

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

Cape Florida Light, 152:32–34, 152:33, 152:34

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, 85:55, 88:39, 100:46

Cape Henlopen Lighthouse, 96:37

Cape Henlopen, R/V, 9:12

Cape Henry, battle of, 132:22–26

Cape Horn Island, 126:6

“A Cape Horn Odyssey,” 18:57–63

“The Cape Horn Road”

Part I, “The Ships and Men That Made the World’s Most Difficult Passage by Sea,” 70:11–14

Part II: “How the Sails of the Square-rigged Ship Got their Names,” 71:10–12, 155:18–21

Part III, Mediterranean Origins, 72:13–15

Part IV, “Frogs Round a Pond: The Mediterranean World, 450 BC–1450 AD,” 73:9–13

Part V, “Confronting the Wild Atlantic,” 75:12–15

Part VI, “Castled Ships in Northern Seas,” 76:8–11

Part VII, “Portugal Opens the Ocean Doorway to a Wider World,” 77:14–17

Part VIII, “Columbus Opens the Americas to the World,” 78:8–11

Part IX, “Spain Charges Ahead—Around the World!” 79:8–11, 79:33

Part X, “Francis Drake Sails for Freedom,” 80:8–11

Part XI, “In the Wake of the Golden Hind,” 81:12–15

Part XII, “The River That Led Around the World”, 82:6–9

Part XIII, “Captain Cook Offers the World a New Picture of Itself,” 83:11–18

Part XIV, “How the Races of Mankind Came Together in the Immense Mixing Bowl of the Pacific”, 84:10–15

Part XV, “Britain Keeps the Sea,” 85:8–13

Part XVI, “Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean! ,” 86:8–13

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

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

Part XIX, “Steamships Take Over the North Atlantic, Driving the Sailing Ship into Increasingly Remote Trades,” 89:8–12

Part XX, “The Voyage Is Toward Freedom,” 90:9–12

Part XXI, “Here.All Men Mattered”, 91:9–13

Envoy, “A Message to the Future about What These Cape Horn Sailors Did and the Echoing Consequences of Their Sailing”, 92:9–11

Cape Horn sailing ships, 155:19–20

Cape Horners, 31:3, 70:14

Cape Horners World Congress, 29:22–23, 64:38, 64:39

Cape Lookout Shoals lightship, 161:41

Cape May (ex-Del-Mar-Va), 11:8

Cape Museum of Fine Arts, 96:26

Cape Romain (tugboat), 25:29

Cape Spencer (motorship), 15:41–42

Cape St. Vincent, Battle of, 80:31

Cape Verde packet ships, 8:19–21, 9:27–30

“Cape Verde Packet Trade”

Part 1, 8:19–21

Part II, 9:27–30

Cape Wind, 146:43–44

Capella, SS (Military Sealift Command Ship), 160:31

Capitan Miranda (three-masted staysail schooner), 40:11, 42:30, 45:34, 55:34, 56:31, 62:25, 63:36, 71:38, 73:32, 94:28

Capitana (barquentine), 9:30, 113:28

Capitol (Boston sailing ship), 149:20, 149:21

Capiz, Steve (artist), 16:45

Cappellini, Luigi

Felice Manin: A Ligurian Trader of the Nineteenth Century,” 40:16–19

Capps, Lee, 158:29–30

Capricorn (British barque), 22:36, 25:43

Capt. James Cook (ex-E. F. Zwicker) (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

“Capt. McDonald of Moshulu on His 99th Birthday,” 15:52

Capt. Steven L. Bennett (container ship), 158:15

Captain, HMS (Nelson’s ship-of-the-line), 56:27, 63:5, 79:19, 80:31

“Captain Bob Bartlett’s “Little Morrissey,” 23:46–47

Captain Collier (renamed Samuel A. Guilds) (tugboat), 70:39

Captain Conner (wooden tug), 89:41

Captain Cook (pilot steamer), 32:37, 161:32, 161:33

Captain Cook III (pilot vessel), 23:27

“Captain Cook’s Calamari,” 157:36–37

“Captain Cook’s Endeavour,” 74:30–31

Captain Edward H. Adams (Piscataqua River gundalow), 18:42, 20:38, 23:21, 25:47

“A Captain from Cape Cod,” 75:8–11

Captain H. A. Downing (self-propelled double-hulled tanker), 84:9

“Captain James Cook, RN, FRS; An Appreciation of the Man and His Voyages,” 11:12–16

Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail, 118:24, 118:30

Captain John Smith Four Hundred Project, 107:28, 118:4, 118:24, 118:29, 118:30, 119:7, 120:36

Captain Meriwether Lewis (sidewheel dredge), 39:36, 60:17

“Captain Peter Strickland of New England: Trader and Consul in West Africa, 1864–1905,” 114:32–35

“Captain Philip Weems: Refining Navigation,” 108:8–9

Captain Philips (film), 143:42–43

“Captain Quick Loses His Temper—and a Mast—Towing Under the Brooklyn Bridge in 1915,” 28:46–47

Captain Scott (now Shabab Oman) (three-masted barquentine), 3:6, 10:29, 15:50, 40:11, 62:25, 80:17

“Captains and Their Ladies,” 152:36–39

“Capturing the Moment,” 93:24–27

Captyannis, SS (freighter), 162:24

Capua, James (artist), 16:45

car ferries, 29:5

Car of Neptune (Hudson River steamer), 10:10

Carabobo, 14:5

Caraibe (French container ship), 29:35

caravels, 45:15, 45:17, 54:20

Iberian, 40:7

Card, USNS, 140:10–11, 140:10, 140:12, 140:13

Carden, John, 134:14, 135:10–14

Cardenas Bay, Battle of, 157:18–20

Cardin, Benjamin, 163:10, 163:10

Cardinal O’Connell, USNS (cargo ship), 112:16

Cardozo, Joe, 55:7

Cardy, Peter, 138:44

careening, 160:45

Careers in the Marine and Maritime Field

charter captain, 157:35

coastal and marine geologist, 130:35

college professor, coastal and marine geography, 151:38

cultural resource manager, 134:37

deck officer, US Merchant Marine, 163:42

lobsterman, 155:42–43

marina manager, 149:37

marine artist, 127:38–39

marine biologist, 123:39

marine filmmaker, 144:43

marine geographer, 140:33

marine insurance agent, 160:44

marine patrol officer, 131:31

marine photographer, 129:27

marine salvors, 125:41

marine science teacher, 165:38–39

maritime archaeologist, 125:40–41

maritime historian, 124:38

maritime lawyer, 128:39

maritime museum librarian, 132:35

NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps, 126:37

nautical archaeologists, 112:23

oceanographic engineering technician, 135:35

physical scientist, 148:47

professional ocean racer, 152:44–45

sculptor, 162:38–39

ship’s rigger, 142:41

shipwright, 161:42

treasure hunters, 125:41

United States Navy deck seaman, 139:35

whale biologist, 165:38–39

whale watch videographer, 138:33

writer, 154:44

yacht charter broker, 147:37

Carey, June (artist), 97:26

Carey, Roland (author), 14:40–41

cargo tonnage, 58:11

cargo vessels, 28:3

Cariad (pilot cutter), 14:63, 33:10, 93:6, 100:35

Caribbean Monk Seal, 137:32–33

Caribbean sailing craft, 30:32–33, 31:46–48

Caribee (gaff schooner), 3:6, 125:5, 142:5

Caribia (ex-Caronia; liner), 20:29, 95:13

Caribou, SS, 158:31

Carina, 131:29

“Carl Evers,” 31:18–22

Carl Gustaf (king of Sweden), 27:21

Carl Vinson, 30:9

Carleton, Guy, 103:13, 117:19

Carleton (schooner), 53:30, 53:31, 104:37, 117:18–19, 117:18

Carleton of Whitby (18th-century English vessel), 83:52

Carlson, Konrad “Snooze,” 140:12

Carlton (American ship), 62:16

Carmania (Cunard liner), 65:21, 95:12, 144:48

Carmany, George W. III, 148:18–19, 148:39, 148:39, 152:10, 153:8–9, 153:8–9, 156:11, 156:11, 157:8, 161:10, 161:10, 161:11, 165:8–9, 165:9

Carmany, Judy, 153:8

Carmel, Matthew, 156:8

Carmen Flores (three masted schooner [pailebot]), 91:38

Carnation, USS, 63:5

Carnival Spirit, 138:43, 138:43

Caroline, HMS (light cruiser), 3:29, 12:28

Caroline Rose (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

Carondolet (barque), 15:52

Caronia (now Caribia; liner), 20:29, 95:13

Carpaccio, Vittore (artist), 53:0

Carpathia (Cunard steamship), 95:12, 122:22, 122:23, 138:13–16, 138:15, 139:6, 144:48

Carpenter, E. Clare

“Forty Years a Riverman,” 43:18–19

Carplaka (Hog Islander ship), 15:5

Carr, Arnold, 107:19

Carr, Frank G. G., 7:16–18, 9:1, 9:1, 14:63, 16:9, 19:18, 19:18, 20:33, 33:11, 34:36, 44:24, 46:14, 54:12, 57:20, 58:4, 59:36, 60:8, 60:9, 69:38, 83:51, 93:6, 100:35, 100:39

interview, 48:35

intro. to “The Thames Barge,” 34:21

Ship Trust Activities Report for 1987, 46:38

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

Carr, Henry (artist), 147:31

Carr, J. Revell, 68:6, 78:26, 85:51, 95:5, 95:5, 96:13, 96:17, 96:19–20, 96:19, 96:20

“The Time is Now: For the Ships, for Maritime Preservation throughout the Country,” 34:3

Carrajat, Mary Alice, 86:32

Carrick, HMS (ex-City of Adelaide) (clipper ship), 2:7, 11:31, 58:39, 62:36, 72:36, 76:38, 94:37–38, 94:38, 121:6, 121:6, 145:56, 145:56

Carrie B. Welles (fishing schooner), 5:28

Carroll, Daniel, 153:26

Carroll, Tom

“SS Nobska,” 108:32

Carruthers, Bruce

“The Value of Sail Training for Adults,” 85:24–26

“Carrying the Age of Sail Forward in the Barque Picton Castle,” 109:24–28

Carson Mansion, 21:27

Carter, Aaron, 152:32–34

Carter, Elizabeth, 152:37

Carter, James, 122:13

Carter, John Swain, 23:21, 108:40

“Contemporary Marine Art: A Juried exhibition by the American Society of Marine Artists at the Peabody Museum of Salem,” 21:36–38

Carter Hall, USS (amphibious dock landing ship), 164:15

Carthaginian (ex-Wandia) (schooner brig), 17:27, 21:34

Carton, Geoffrey, 149:14–17

“Echoes of World War I—Chemical Warfare Materials on the Atlantic Coast,” 133:14–18

Cartwright, Edmund, 161:25

Carver, Jesse T., 9:8–9, 10:14–16

Carysford, HMS, 39:15

Carysfort, HM (destroyer), 71:33

Carysfort light, 39:16

Casanova, Peter, 160:33

Casbrillo, Juan Rodriguez, 156:46

Casca (sternwheel steamboat), 3:31

Casco (two-masted schooner), 22:31

“The Case for the Privateer Rapid,” 142:24–28

Cashier (schooner), 97:36, 97:36

Cashman, David, 46:6

Casino Aztar (aka City of Evansville; renamed Tropicana Evansville; renamed Riverboat Louis Armstrong), 161:55–56

Casserley, Tane

“Iron from the Deep: USS Monitor,” 108:24–27

Cassin, USS (destroyer DD-43), 99:9

Cassin Young, USS (destroyer, DD–793), 5:32, 14:4, 14:7, 15:5, 19:23, 73:17

Castelli, Marc (artist), 132:0, 132:28–32, 140:36, 154:0, 161:50–51

“Exploring the Chesapeake Bay with Captain John Smith: 1608 and 2007,” 118:24–30

Castilian (packet ship), 75:0, 75:28

Castilla, 94:12

“Castled Ships in Northern Seas,” 76:8–11

Castleton. See Skaregrom (ex-Castleton; ex-Svalen) (Norwegian full-rigger)

Catalina, PBY (“flying boat”), 155:29, 155:29

Catalina, SS (ferry), 95:38, 106:19, 106:19

Catalpa (whaleship), 117:13, 117:13

Catanzaro, Brittany, 128:29

Catawissa (renamed New York; renamed Tankmaster No. 1) (steam tugboat), 3:33, 25:18, 25:25, 61:39, 76:36, 77:32–33, 77:32–33, 78:26, 79:37, 82:4, 119:39

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

Catesby Jones, Thomas ap, 99:17, 137:15, 140:28, 141:10, 141:10

Cathkit (three-masted scow schooner), 3:31

Catlin, USS (ex-USS George Washington), 69:30, 104:12, 112:17, 117:5–6. 119:6, 161:21, 161:22

Catskill (ferry), 4:21

Catskill (freighter), 40:3

Catskill (steamer), 10:10

Causten, James H., 113:19

Cavalier (fishing schooner model), 49:36, 49:37

Cavalier (Indian-header), 49:15

Cavalier, HMS (destroyer), 3:29, 12:28, 23:21, 26:29, 31:53, 42:36

Cavalier Trust, 23:21

Cavalla, USS (submarine), 5:30, 12:28, 73:17, 118:5–6, 118:6

Cavanaugh, Les, 131:9

Caviare. See Lettie G. Howard (ex-Caviare; renamed Mystic C.) (Gloucester fishing schooner)

Cayuga (gunboat), 36:15, 36:16

Cecelski, David

“The Last Daughter of Davis Ridge,” 98:15–18

“The Waterman’s Song,” 98:14

Cecil P. Stewart (four-masted barquentine), 15:40

Cecilia Sudden (four-masted schooner), 38:47

Cedric (White Star liner), 65:20

Ceiba (schooner), 164:52

“Celebrating 100 years of the Cape Cod Canal,” 147:10–13

“A Celebration of Clippers,” 88:24–26

“A Celebration of the Life and Art of Oswald Brett, Seafarer and Marine Painter,” 161:30–34

Celestial Empire. See China, SS

celestial sphere, 120:23

Celia (steam schooner), 79:14

Celine, MV (Ro-Ro), 163:43

Celtic (White Star liner), 65:20

Cemologos (steam catamaran warship), 87:14

“A Centennial of American Destroyers,” 100:15–18

Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA), 141:31

Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE), 154:30

Center for the Great Lakes/La Centre des Grands Lacs, 39:36

Center for Traditional Louisiana Boat Building, 51:16, 145:48

Center for Wooden Boats (Seattle, WA), 17:36, 19:41, 20:40, 23:24, 51:11, 51:23, 75:34, 95:40

Central America, SS (ex-George Law) (steamship), 52:10, 63:37, 64:26–30, 65:4, 65:37, 68:16, 126:6

Centre International de la Mer, 43:39

Centurion (dreadnought), 69:17, 69:18–19, 69:19

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

Centurion replica, 8:17

Cerberus (frigate), 91:5

Cerberus, HMS (coast defense battleship), 3:29, 12:27, 65:34, 137:20

Cerberus, HMVS (ironclad), 73:36, 73:36, 83:51

Cerchinoe, Angelo

“Round the World and Home Again,” 90:37–38

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

Cerino, Christopher

“Exploring the Chesapeake Bay with Captain John Smith: 1608 and 2007,” 118:24–30

Cerisch, Karl, 29:23

Cervantes (freighter), 8:7–8

Cervera y Topete, Pascual, 86:18–19, 155:32, 155:32, 155:36

Cervia (ex-Empire) (tugboat), 25:18

Cesenatico Maritime Museum, 33:32

C’est La Vie (ex-Governor Stone) (two-masted Gulf cargo schooner), 165:32

CG 36500 (motor lifeboat), 23:21–22

CGR812 (Coast Guard coastal patrol boat), 54:33

Chaffinch, USS (minesweeper), 68:12

Chalk, Ernest, 35:17

Challenge (clipper ship), 6:11, 13:44, 19:32, 54:25

Challenge (Great Lakes lumber schooner replica), 28:34

Challenge (steam tug), 3:30, 25:18, 26:28, 69:37

“The Challenge of History,” 61:7

Challenger (clipper ship), 163:38

Challenger (space shuttle), 50:14, 144:42

Challenger, HMS (research vessel), 144:42, 144:42

“Challenging, Beautiful, Noble Ships.,” 72:10

Chalupa (San Salvador ship’s boat replica), 64:35

Chamberlain, Trevor (artist), 67:28–29

Chamberlin, Arthur R. Jr., 44:2, 45:5

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

Champigny (ex-Fennia) (four-masted barque), 2:8, 4:30, 8:13, 11:29, 12:36, 13:38, 15:13, 16:17, 38:13, 46:7, 70:14, 93:15

Champion (tugboat), 47:0

Champion of the Seas (passenger cruise ship), 47:11

Champlain, Samuel de, 66:18

Champlain (transatlantic liner), 65:20, 65:20

Champlain Canal, 52:13

Champlain Naval Squadron, 83:55

Champlin, Henry, 36:11, 36:11, 50:17, 55:7

Champney, Benjamin (artist), 150:29

Chance (privateer), 59:26

Chancellor, John (artist), 33:37

Chancellor, Rita

“Life Aboard the Viper,” 54:46–47

Chancellor Livingston (Hudson River steamer), 4:19, 10:9

Chandler’s Wharf, 8:28, 25:46

Chandler’s Wharf Museum, 23:23

“The Changing Face of Boston Harbor,” 24:18–19

Chanick, Even, 122:47

Channel Wreck, 39:19

Chanty/chantey, see sea chanteys

“The Chanty Movement in Europe,” 46:42–43

Chapel of the Four Chaplains, 65:18

Chapelle, Howard I., 3:23–28, 29:5, 31:58, 36:8, 88:10, 88:14–15, 117:29, 125:20, 154:26, 159:20

Chaplin, James C., 162:19

Chapman, Af, 97:20–22

Chapman, Jonathan, 122:24–25

Charal, 66:25

Charette, George, 155:35

Chariot of Fame (clipper), 88:13

Charity Ann (hard-chine tug), 27:38

Charles (HRH the Prince of Wales), 23:7, 31:53

Charles I (king of England), 82:8

Charles II (king of England), 81:27, 82:8, 83:17, 115:26, 115:26

Charles V (king of Spain), 105:9

Charles A. McAllister, SS, 43:4

Charles and Henry (whaler), 99:15, 99:16

Charles Ausburne, USS (destroyer), 100:17

Charles B. Kenney (tow barge), 72:21, 72:22

Charles Biggs (lifeboat), 52:11

Charles Carroll, SS, 105:2

Charles Cooper (half clipper/packet ship), 2:7, 2:31, 3:3, 4:40–41, 5:1, 7:25, 13:38, 13:40, 13:41, 13:42, 14:32, 14:33, 16:35, 18:14, 20:26, 21:31, 26:9, 26:12, 34:36, 40:33, 50:17, 61:38, 76:38, 77:36

(pictures), 4:38, 4:41, 4:48, 4:49, 5:3, 5:38, 13:40, 20:27, 76:38, 78:17

returning to Boston, 5:38–39

sailing from Calcutta, 4:48–49

stabilization of, 20:26–27

stern decoration, 13:40

“The Charles Cooper Returns to Boston,” 5:38–39

“The Charles Cooper Sets Out from Calcutta, 1861,” Part One, 4:48–49

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

Charles D. McAllister (tugboat), 21:15

Charles Dennis, 145:24

Charles E. Moody, 15:52

Charles F. Adams, USS (destroyer), 94:21

Charles F. Gordon (ex-J. O. Webster; ex-Oliver H. Perry; ex- and renamed as J. T. Wing), 47:24–25, 47:24–25, 48:5

Charles G. Rice (Cape Verde packet), 8:19

Charles H. Cugle (renamed SS Sturgis) (Liberty ship), 11:22, 34:37

Charles L. Jeffrey (Cape Verde schooner), 9:28

Charles Park Dedication Festival, 75:4

Charles Point Council Lecture Series, 150:4, 150:6

Charles Racine (barque), 3:32

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

Charles S. Zimmerman (ex-Mount Vernon; renamed City of Delaware) (steamer), 10:13, 11:8, 13:47, 161:21, 161:22

Charles Thomson (whaling ship), 51:5

Charles W. Morgan (New Bedford whaleship), 2:12, 4:19, 5:6, 5:7, 5:8–11, 5:28, 8:22, 10:26, 12:38, 17:25, 20:31, 21:3, 22:38, 24:29, 30:40, 32:42–43, 42:36, 48:5, 48:39, 50:17, 52:29, 58:38, 60:4, 60:10–12, 60:34, 68:6, 72:20–21, 84:28–29, 84:29, 96:13, 96:15, 96:19, 98:3, 112:38, 114:38, 116:39–40, 125:15, 125:51, 126:28, 129:40, 134:40, 137:40, 139:48, 142:52, 142:54, 143:4, 143:20–24, 146:4, 146:11–12, 147:13, 147:44, 148:9, 148:10, 148:28, 148:34–35, 148:36, 148:51, 150:5, 150:6, 159:9

(pictures), 2:14, 5:6, 5:11, 12:13, 46:13, 59:9, 60:11–12, 96:0, 96:18, 96:19, 96:47, 116:40, 125:51, 128:9, 129:40, 132:41, 134:16, 134:18–19, 134:20–21, 137:40, 143:0, 143:20–25, 143:39, 144:38–40, 146:11, 147:8, 147:26, 148:9, 148:29, 148:34–36, 149:0, 149:28

adventures of, 96:46–47

construction of whaleboat for, 145:56

launch of, 144:38–40

main cabin, 74:22

miniature model, 42:20, 42:21

new sails for, 147:24–28

plans for sails, 147:25

relaunching of, 143:25

rescue of the Sunbeam, 150:31–32

restoration of, 96:16–17, 96:18, 134:16–21, 159:22

sails for, 147:24–28

scan of lower hold, 134:20

voyage to historic ports, 147:44

Charles W. Morgan Under Sail in Distant Seas,” 96:46–47

Charles Whittemore, USS (four-masted schooner), 90:29–31, 90:29–31

Charleston Maritime Festival, 64:31

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

Charlestown Navy Yard, 96:34, 103:37

Charlie B. (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

Charlotta (tender), 98:8

Charlotte (tugboat), 79:37

Charlotte, USS (submarine), 117:30

Charlotte Dundas (steam tugboat), 25:15, 64:13, 64:13

Charlotte Ellen, 29:47, 29:47

Charlotte Rhodes (ex-Meta Jan, ex-Eva) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:6

Charm (tugboat), 9:34

Charrney, Theodore S.

“Chicago Harbor a Century Ago,” 47:12–15

Charter, Julius, 63:23

“Charts That Tell a Story: Captain ‘Tiger’ Allen’s Nautical Charts,” 145:20–24

Chase, Harry W., 35:14–16, 35:18

Chase, John, 99:17

Chase (barque), 114:6

Chaser, 18:17, 18:18–19, 38:30

Chasseur (Baltimore clipper, nicknamed “Pride of Baltimore”), 15:36, 15:36–38, 16:6, 59:26, 59:26, 59:27

Chatauqua Bell (steamboat), 31:58

Chateaugay (renamed Mount Washington) (steamer), 10:13

Chatelain (destroyer escort), 37:4

Chatham, HM (brig), 61:17, 61:32–33, 61:32, 64:36, 75:16, 88:17, 88:17–18, 88:18, 148:53

Chatham Naval Dockyard, 32:41, 34:37

Chattahootchee, CSS (Civil war gunboat), 97:40, 133:24, 133:24

Chatterton, E. Keble

“Down Channel in the Vivette,” 57:47

“Through Holland in the Vivette,” 82:46–47

Chaudiere, HMCS (destroyer), 61:39

Chaumont, Thérése de, 152:37

Chauncey, Isaac, 45:4, 136:10, 137:11, 138:23–24, 138:23, 144:14

Chauncey, USS (destroyer), 99:9, 109:4

Chauncey M. Depew (ex-Rangeley; steamer), 10:13, 11:19, 11:19

Chauncey Vibbard (Hudson River steamer), 10:6

Chautauqua Belle (steamboat), 37:38

Chautauqua Lake Historic Vessels (CLHV), 63:36

Chaveau, Jacques, 96:13

Chee, Cheng-Khee, 137:34–37

Cheektowaga (renamed Progress No 9) (steam tug/tow converted to diesel), 8:14

Cheers (racing proa), 33:14, 100:38

Cheetham, Henry R. “Harry,” 138:14–16

Cheevers, James W., 130:8, 130:8, 132:8, 132:8, 139:8

Chelsea (ex-Kilmarnock; ex-Eleanor Bolling; renamed Vamar) (tramp steamer), 138:36, 138:36

Chelsea Piers, 20:29

“The Chelsea Piers: Echoing with Departed Glory of the Great Liners,” 20:29

Cheops ships, 38:32, 47:47

Cherokee, USS, 49:5

Cherpak, Evelyn M., 157:32–33

“Joseph K. Taussig’s Welcome to the US Navy: Three Wars in Three Years,” 125:42–45

Cherub, HMS (British warship), 136:13, 137:10–11

Chesapeake (renamed Retribution) (passenger steamship), 152:22–24, 152:23

Chesapeake, US lightship, 5:28, 19:22, 73:36, 88:31

Chesapeake, USS (frigate), 85:0, 85:36–37, 85:36, 87:15, 103:16, 105:11, 107:14, 110:29, 110:30, 114:27, 114:28–29, 114:28, 114:29, 114:30, 115:3, 116:12, 118:16, 129:18, 136:13, 136:13, 136:14, 139: 20, 153:36

Chesapeake Bay, 14:9, 14:10–12, 132:0, 134:6–7, 150:0

African American oystermen, 10:26

decorative carvings on dredge boats, 86:24–27

defense of, 138:28, 147:18–22

maritime museums, 14:12

watermen of, 132:28–32

Chesapeake Bay, Battle of, 138:28

Chesapeake Bay Flotilla, 147:18–22

Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 162:11, 163:10

“Chesapeake Bay Log Canoes: from Dugout to Racing Yacht,” 32:10–11

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM), 1:31, 14:10–11, 14:13, 18:44, 19:40, 21:32, 24:30, 25:43, 25:46, 30:42, 31:56, 46:44, 51:37, 53:43, 67:36, 70:39, 73:36, 74:41, 78:26, 94:39–40, 113:36, 115:2, 115:2, 115:34, 116:4, 122:16–19, 126:44, 133:46, 135:42, 137:43–44, 140:43, 142:50, 143:12, 143:40, 143:42, 143:42, 151:46, 153:56, 153:56, 154:27, 163:46, 165:42

art exhibits, 83:43, 156:39

“Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum,” 122:16–19

Chesapeake Bay Skipjack Fleet, 102:36

Chesapeake Heritage Conservation Foundation, 72:10

Chesapeake Mill, 107:14

Chesapeake’s Revenge, 141:19

Chester A. Congdon (freighter), 47:31

chevaux de frise, 98:8, 98:10, 98:13, 158:35

Chevrieux, Marcus De

“Rediscovering the Pacific Trade: The Maritime Paintings of David Thimgan,” 72:24–26

Chevron Mississippi (supertanker), 130:6

“Chicago Harbor a Century Ago,” 47:12–15

Chicago-Mackinac race, 47:9, 47:10

Chicora (ironclad), 120:28–29

Chief Gadao, SS (Matson container vessel), 119:37

Chief Joseph, SS (renamed Hai Chang; Liberty ship), 11:22

Chief Wawatam (carferry), 7:25, 22:41, 25:34, 47:44–45, 101:34

Chief Warrant and Warrant Officers Association (CWOA), 162:10

Chief Wawatam Must Be Saved,” 47:44–45

Chikuma (Japanese carrier), 102:9, 102:12

Child, James Kelly, 36:15

Child, Thomas, 36:15

Chili (whaleship), 123:36

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

Chin Pu (Chinese barque), 39:44, 52:16

China, SS (ex-Celestial Empire) (transPacific passenger steamer), 13:44, 21:18–21, 38:6, 88:14, 90:3

cabin, 13:44, 16:37, 38:6

clipper card, 40:28

China Clipper Society, 28:42

China Cloud (full-rigged ship), 21:29

china patterns, 64:32–33

Chincha Islands, 163:37–40, 164:6

Chinese junks. See junks

Chinese seafaring, 77:17, 84:13–15

Chinese sturgeon, 48:38

Chinook salmon, 139:36–37

Chipchase, ST, 33:32

Chippawa, Battle of, 137:11

Chippewa (ex-Rogers City; ex-Dolomite) (tugboat), 25:28, 26:30

Chippewa, USS, 138:25

Chirikor (ex-Lurline; steamer), 14:35, 14:37

Choate, Alan G., 55:7, 64:9, 68:6, 83:6

Chong, Hiu Lai (artist), 150:45

Choren, Zugmunt, 62:21–22, 62:21, 63:34

Chr. Knudsen, 56:44

Chriestiena (sloop), 77:28

Chris-Craft company, 77:22

Christeen (oyster sloop), 53:39, 55:7, 55:7, 59:35, 60:17

Christeen Finds Friendly Berth,” 53:39

Christeen Oyster Sloop Preservation Corporation, 89:40

Christian, Ada, 152:17

Christian, Claudene, 141:33

Christian, Fletcher, 42:16, 85:8–9, 121:34

Christian Radich (full-rigged Norwegian school ship), 2:10, 4:13, 5:4, 6:12, 6:29, 8:1, 18:18–19, 37:33, 38:30, 39:34, 40:10, 40:11, 42:29, 52:22, 52:22, 52:47, 62:27, 70:21, 83:50

weathering a hurricane, 5:16–17

Christian Radich II, 56:31

Christian Venturer, 18:18–19

Christman, Steve

“Revenue Cutter Californian Nears Her Launch Date,” 32:32–33

“Christmas Aboard the Bark Kaiulani, 1941,” 5:35–37

“Christmas at Antofagasta,” 75:45–47

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

“Christmas in the Fo’c’sle,” 15:66–67

“Christmas Tree Schooner Rouse Simmons,” 46:40–41

Christmas Tree ships, 46:40–41, 113:22

Christopher (British ship), 101:22

Christopher (Drake’s pinnace), 80:10

Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Commission (New York State), 59:4

Christopher Newport, SS (Liberty ship), 11:21, 62:15

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

chronology, 108:10

chronometers, 42:16–17, 42:17, 66:18, 66:22–23, 120:23

Chrysanthemumm, HMS (sloop), 12:28

Chu, Margaret, 154:12, 154:12

Chub, HMS, 137:12

Chubb (gunboat sloop), 148:21, 148:22

Chucuito (ex-Yavari) (semi-diesel motorship), 39:36, 41:6–8, 41:6, 41:8, 42:35, 43:5, 46:38, 84:57, 98:36

Chungshan (Chinese cruiser), 83:52

Church, Albert Cook, 147:25

Church, Frederic Edwin (artist), 37:24, 125:29

Church, Julia

“John Mecray: A Celebration of Life, Art, and Yachting,” 164:22–26

Churchill, Winston, 76:9–10, 87:34–35, 101:7–9, 103:10, 104:8, 104:9

Ciabatti, Enrico, 100:41

Cibro Philadelphia (fuel barge), 33:18

cigar ships, 53:43

Cimbria (passenger liner), 67:46–47, 67:46

Cimbria (Penobscot River steamboat), 67:47

Cimbria—Ship of War?” 67:46–47

Cincinnati (renamed USS Covington) (CTF ship), 161:21

Cinque (Singbe Pieh, African from La Amistad), 71:20–21, 71:22, 97:16

Ciolfi, Kathleen

“Echoes of World War I—Chemical Warfare Materials on the Atlantic Coast,” 133:14–18

“Explosives (see note C): The Unusual End of the Robert Louis Stevenson,” 149:14–17

Circassian (British full-rigged ship), 2:29

Circle Line XI, M/V (ex-USCG cutter Calypso), 100:3

Circle Line Sightseeing Tours, 130:30

Cisne Branco (ex-Ondine) (Brazilian sail training ship), 29:26, 33:33, 38:30, 94:28, 94:28, 94:29

Cito (ex-Volo; ex-Dana; ex-Turo; renamed New Endeavour) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:8, 3:10, 4:18, 10:21

City of Adelaide (ex-Carrick) (wool clipper), 2:7, 11:31, 58:39, 62:36, 72:36, 76:38, 94:37–38, 94:38, 121:6, 121:6, 145:56, 145:56

City of Alpena, 47:19

City of Amsterdam (clipper replica), 83:48

City of Austin (hulk, former five-masted barquentine), 3:6

City of Bath (schoooner), 5:5, 5:32

City of Bayville, 36:3

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

City of Chester, SS (passenger steamer), 147:43, 147:43

“City of Columbus Plans for Quincentenary,” 58:34

City of Corpus Christi (ex-Corpus Christi), 30:10

City of Dallas (steamship), 36:16

City of Delaware (ex-Charles S. Zimmerman; renamed Mount Vernon) (steamer), 10:13, 11:8, 13:47, 161:21, 161:22

City of Detroit (liner), 21:35

City of Detroit II, 47:19

City of Edinburgh (ex-Frieda; ex-Sjoborgin; renamed William McCann) (sailing trawler), 19:41, 22:36

City of Evansville, 74:19

City of Evansville (aka Casino Aztar; renamed Tropicana Evansville; renamed Riverboat Louis Armstrong), 161:55–56

City of Everett (Great Lakes whaleback steamer), 22:25

City of Flint, SS (freighter), 159:10–14, 159:10, 159:14, 160:5

City of Fort Pierre, 43:7

City of Glasgow (steamship), 165:16

City of Hawkinsville (paddlewheel steamboat), 70:39, 138:38

City of Honolulu (ex-SS Friedrich der Grosse; ex-USS Huron) (CTF ship), 161:20, 161:22

City of Honolulu II (ex-USS Princess Mataoika) (CTF ship), 161:21, 161:22

City of Keansburg (Hudson River excursion steamer), 9:14, 10:8, 10:13, 13:4, 27:39, 27:39, 79:37, 79:37

City of Kingston (steamboat), 37:14

City of Lowell (Providence Steamer), 20:14

City of Milwaukee (car ferry), 67:4

City of Monroe (overnight packet), 43:10

City of Norwich, SS, 129:33

City of Papeete (barquentine), 22:10, 72:21, 117:24

City of Peking (screw steamer), 117:24

City of Philadelphia, 11:28

City of Pittsburgh (steam sternwheeler), 43:19

City of Pittsburgh (towboat), 43:10

City of Rayville, 36:4

City of Rome, clipper card, 40:28

City of Saint Louis (steamer), 57:29

City of Savannah, 65:31

City of Troy (Hudson River steamer), 10:10

City of Washington (steam liner), 84:24

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

Ciudad de Inca (ex-Inca; renamed White Witch) (brig), 21:29, 28:42, 29:26

Civil War, 103:10. See also H. L. Hunley, CSS (Civil war submarine)

Blanche affair, 157:32–33

Harriet Lane (US revenue cutter), 163:18–19

at sea, 120:26–29

and the Union Navy, 156:20, 156:22–25

defense of the Potomac River, 162:17–20

US Coast Survey, 133:45

“The Civil War at Sea,” 120:26–29

Claire B. Follette (canal boat), 8:26

Clairton (steam towboat), 8:18

Clamagore (submarine), 133:21

Clamshell Alliance, 12:38

Clan Line, 129:32, 130:6

Clan Macleod (renamed James Craig) (three-masted barque), 2:8, 2:8, 2:28, 28:34, 29:31, 32:14, 39:6, 67:33, 76:7, 80:36, 83:25–27, 83:25–27, 83:37, 84:4, 94:37, 140:27, 161:33

Clan Shaw (steamer; turret ship), 22:4

Clarastella (ex-Islamount; ex-Glenlee; renamed Galatea) (jubilee rigged barque), 2:8, 65:38, 66:25, 76:38, 96:13

Claremont (steam schooner), 124:12

Claremont Terminal, 65:14

Clark, Arthur H., 88:9

“A Clipper Sets Out on the Cape Horn Road,” 88:46–47

Clark, Charley, 131:9

Clark, Geoffrey E.

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

Clark, Ian, 104:41

Clark, Martyn J.

“Sail Training with S.A.L.T.S.,” 40:26–27

Clark, Mary, remembrance of Karl Kortum, 80:15

Clark, Matthew, 160:41

Clark, William (artist), 12:47, 154:39

Clarke, Dayton, 69:19

“Class Act—Sailing the Star of India,” 118:14–15

Class Afloat, 43:36–37

Classic Yacht Symposium (2006), 115:38

Claude V. Ricketts, USS (guided missile destroyer), 22:34, 100:16

Clausen, Randolph, 155:35

Clayton Ship Yard Museum, 16:34

Clean Water Act (1972), 164:33

Clearwater (Hudson River sloop), 4:35, 5:15, 5:23, 5:33, 7:7, 7:11–12, 7:14, 8:18, 8:26, 9:17, 9:16, 10:8, 10:11, 10:28, 11:32, 11:34–35, 12:38, 13:31, 14:44, 15:53, 17:26, 17:28, 18:46, 20:4, 20:39, 20:42, 21:32, 22:38, 27:39, 32:43, 37:18, 37:20, 57:18, 73:32, 76:38, 103:5, 136:8, 136:43–44, 146:47, 147:6–7, 147:28, 150:4, 154:47–48, 157:45–46

(pictures), 11:34, 23:5, 37:11, 146:47, 150:4, 154:48, 157:44, 161:51

construction of, 14:58

Clearway (steam dredger), 33:32

Cleasby, Robert, 52:39

Cleghorn, Archibald, 9:20, 91:24

Cleghorn, Isabella, 152:37–38

Cleghorn, Victoria Kaiulani (Hawaiian princess), 9:20, 9:21, 9:22, 86:17, 86:17, 91:24–25, 91:25, 142:10

Clement, Robert, 157:32

Cleopatra (brig), 36:15

Clermont (aka North River Steamboat; Fulton’s steam prototype), 8:14, 10:6, 10:9, 13:4, 16:6, 17:27, 18:46, 58:22, 64:13, 64:13, 87:14, 88:13, 119:36, 134:22, 134:24, 163:0, 163:30–32

plans for 3D digital model, 163:31

Clermont (aka North River Steamboat; replica), 8:17, 16:6, 17:26–27, 163:31

Clermont State Historic Site, 119:36

Cleveland, Benjamin, 96:47

Cleveland, SS (steamer), 131:3

Cleveland Underwater Explorers, 120:40

Cleveley, John Sr. (artist), 12:46, 60:24

Clever, Hugo, 83:42

Cliff Quay (steam coaster), 31:53

Clifford, Barry, 54:9, 54:9, 54:10, 149:47

Clingerman (ex-Perry; renamed W. P. Snyder) (tugboat), 5:29, 8, 14, 21:35, 25:18, 25:18, 43:41, 148:30

Clinton, George, 98:12, 98:13

Clinton, Henry, 98:13

Clio (brig), 42:30, 86:13

Clio (brigantine), 59:0, 59:17

Clio (coasting sloop), 8:3

Clio (schoolship), 31:49

Clione (Down-East built schooner), 39:19

clipper cards, 40:28–29

“A Clipper Sets Out on the Cape Horn Road,” 88:46–47

clipper ships, 12:30–31, 78:2, 88:9–15, 136:26, 154:40

Baltimore clippers, 14:16–18

California clippers, 38:9–10, 88:11–12

clipper schooners, 49:11

Clothilde/Clotilde, 125:6–7, 126:5

Cloud, Christopher, 99:5

Clough, Benjamin, 105:16–17

Clyde (iron-hulled boat), 43:8

Clyde A. Phillips (Delaware bay oyster schooner), 51:36–37, 52:40, 62:35

Clyde B. Holmes (ex-John Wanamaker; steam tugboat/towboat), 8:14, 10:4, 25:18

“Clyde Puffer VIC 32,” 48:34

Clydebank (renamed Pinzon) (formerly lightship, refashioned as river barge), 20:19

Clymer, George, 153:26

Clymer, James Floyd (artist), 128:0

CMB 4 (torpedo boat), 12:28

CMB 103 (torpedo boat), 12:28

coal hulks, 40:21

Coalinga (ex-Laescocesa), 14:36

Coamo (US Army Transport), 122:23, 123:5

Coamo, SS (passenger ship), 130:26–29, 130:27, 130:28, 130:29

Coanwood (steamer), 65:30–31

Coast Guard. See US Coast Guard

Coast Guard, international, 139:31–33

Coast Guard Academy. See US Coast Guard Academy

Coast Guard Art Program (CoGAP), 63:28, 119:28

“Coast Guard Bicentennial”, 54:33

Coast Guard Foundation, 117:39

Coast Guard Heritage Museum (Cape Cod), 113:36

Coast Guard Museum, 62:37

Coast Guard National Museum, 104:38

“Coast Guard’s Extraordinary Eagle,” 58:30–32

“Coast Guardsman Robert Goldman and the Kamikaze Attack on LST-66,” 160:32–34

Coast Seamen’s Union, 117:24, 121:11

Coast Survey, 120:32–35

Coastal and Marine Geologist, 130:35

coastal defense, 158:34–37

“Coastal Defenses: Strategies and Innovation in Peace and War,” 158:34–37

Coastal Picket Patrol, 66:10

coastal survey, 151:22–26

coasting schooners, 42:12–13

Coastweek, 36:35

Coates, John

“Reconstructing the Greek Trireme,” 37:36

Cobham, Bruce, 70:33

Cobia, USS (submarine), 5:30, 12:28, 40:35, 73:17, 81:44, 115:14, 115:16, 115:16, 163:13

Cochran, Robert, 153:32–33

Cochrane, Alexander, 137:13, 137:13, 137:15, 140:14, 141:10, 141:10

Cochrane, E. L., 67:10

Cockburn, George, 136:14, 137:11, 137:13, 137:14, 137:15, 140:14–15, 140:15, 140:17, 141:19, 147:21

Cocks, Graeme, 102:17, 102:18

Cod, USS (submarine; SS-245), 12:28, 73:17, 148:29

codebooks, 106:26

codfish industry, 22:10–12. See also fishing industry

Coelho, Antonio, 8:19

Coffee, John, 141:11

coffee beans, 107:28

Coffey, William A.

“Down to the Sea—On Stamps,” 59:30–31

Coffin, Byron, 49:35

Coffin, Elizabeth R. (artist), 42:0

Coffin, Frederick, 127:23

Coffin, Isaac, 31:49, 42:30–31, 42:31, 86:13, 150:29

Coffin School, 86:13

Cogar, Bill, 128:9, 128:9

Coggeshall, George, 142:26

cogs, 76:11

Cohen, Bill, 68:7

Cohn, Arthur B.

“Lake Champlain Maritime Museum: A Council of American Maritime Museums Profile,” 111:18–20

“Lake Champlain’s Sailing Canal Boats,” 111:21–23

“Sailing Canal Boat General Butler. And Her Survivors,” 52:12–13

Cohn, Michael, 7:28–29, 10:25

Cohn, Susan, 10:25

coils of line, 147:0

Col. James M. Schoonmaker, SS (renamed SS Willis B. Boyer) (ore carrier/freighter), 49:5, 121:44, 147:43–44, 148:30

Col. John E. Baxter (renamed Fishers Island), 11:8

Colcord, Lincoln, 108:14–16, 113:26, 160:5–6

“Cold Spring Harbor Whaling,” 18:41

Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum, 76:36, 18:41

Cold Spring Navy, 43:23

Cold Spring Whaling Company, 18:41

Cold War, 104:9, 115:5

Cold War Gallery, 129:42

Cold War Museum, 98:38

Cole, USS (destroyer), 100:18, 154:45, 164:15

Coleman, Cady, 160:21

Coleman, E. C.

“A Nelson Memorandum Poinpoints the Start of the Trafalgar Campaign,” 104:29–30

Coleman, James J. Jr., 148:38, 148:38

Coleman, John B., 99:15

Coles, Thomas, 151:22–26

college professor, coastal and marine geography, 151:38

Collingwood, Cuthbert, 132:38, 163:35

Collingwood Museum (Ontario), 80:36

Collins, Edward Knight, 31:58, 64:17, 89:10, 143:32, 154:39, 154:39

Collins, George J., 139:8

Collins, John, 152:51

Collins, Joseph W., 49:15

Collins, Marshall, 161:21

Collins Line, 89:10, 90:3, 95:12, 154:39, 154:40, 154:41

“Collision in the Narrows: the 1917 Halifax Harbor Explosion,” 160:14–18

Collyer, Thomas, 10:6

Colman, Samuel (artist), 37:24

Cologne class frigates, 30:10

Colonel de Villebois Mareuil (French barque), 61:46

Colonial (tugboat), 11:19

Colonial Maritime Association (CMA), 46:39, 64:38. See also Council of Colonization Period Ships

Colorado (steamship), 124:19

“Colors of the Night! Nocturne Painting with Louis Stephen Gadal,” 146:22–26

Colt, Samuel, 141:20

Colton, J. Ferrell, 61:12

Columbia, 11:34, 88:18

Columbia (brigantine replica), longboat replica for, 64:36

Columbia (expedition ship), 33:38

Columbia (full-rigged ship replica), 8:18

Columbia (Gloucester fishing schooner), 6:6, 49:11, 78:14–15, 107:0, 107:18

Columbia (Gray’s ship), 57:36, 86:0, 88:16, 88:18

Columbia (Gloucester fishing schooner replica), 8:18, 11:30, 160:10–11, 160:11, 161:10

Columbia (round-the-world voyage), 87:12

Columbia (salt Banker), 6:3

Columbia (schooner), 5:32, 158:24

Columbia (space shuttle), 144:42

Columbia (square-rigged ship), 144:42

Columbia (steamship), 64:33, 81:44, 144:48, 144:52, 144:52

Columbia (Vancouver’s sloop), 88:17–18, 98:24

Columbia (yacht), 89:26, 116:21, 116:22, 122:21, 122:22

Columbia, M/V, 76:2

Columbia, SS (excursion steamer), 80:36, 95:11, 141:41, 149:40–41, 149:40–41, 150:5, 152:48, 152:48, 154:4, 154:4, 154:47, 154:47, 164:50

“Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean!” 86:8–13

Columbia Eagle, MSTS (steamship), 32:43

Columbia I (frigate), 103:16

Columbia II (frigate), 103:16

Columbia lightship, 5:29, 20:40, 25:47, 101:34

Columbia Rediviva, 43:20, 45:31, 45:34, 61:16, 61:32, 61:32, 79:23, 86:11, 86:12, 103:10

Columbia River, 43:20–21

Columbia River Maritime Museum (Astoria, OR), 20:40, 25:47, 61:46, 75:34, 81:44, 84:54, 96:37, 101:34, 106:2, 113:35, 127:45

Columbian Queen (steamboat), 102:38

Columbus, Christopher, 53:4, 53:7, 53:16–19, 53:17, 56:4

burial place of, 105:25

finding ships for the voyage, 54:18–22

letter written by, 155:54–55

meeting with Native Americans, 58:12–14, 59:13–14

mermaids sighted by, 68:44

modern understanding of, 63:13–14

navigation by, 56:18–19, 66:20

setting sail, 55:16–18

and shipworms, 152:46–47

subsequent voyages of, 63:12–13

voyage home, 62:10–11

voyages of, 78:8–11, 79:9–10

Columbus, SS (passenger liner), 67:12, 71:4–5

Columbus (sidewheeler), 64:37

Columbus caravel replicas, 53:4, 53:11, 57:39, 65:39, 70:39. See also Niña (caravel; Columbus’s ship replica); Pinta (caravel; Columbus’s ship replica); Santa Maria (Columbus’s nao reproduction)

port schedule, 59:10, 60:39

Columbus Discovery Group, 68:16

“Columbus Opens the Americas to the World,” 78:8–11

Columbus Quincentenary, 59:10

maritime exhibits, 61:37

Columbus Quincentenary Commission, 53:4

“Columbus Rediscovered”

“In Quest of Ships for the Voyage,” 54:18–22

“The Sailors of the Era of Discovery,” 55:14–15

Columbus-America Discovery Group, 64:26, 64:28

Colvin, Tom, 51:16

Colwell, John, 121:15

Comanche (Coast Guard cutter), 65:18

Combi Docks, 159:29

Combi Lift, 159:28–29

Comee, Fred T.

“Last Days of the Coriolanus,” 39:23–26

Comer, George, 123:18–22, 123:22

Comet (British sloop), 59:26

Comet (clipper), 88:13

Comet (replica steamboat), 17:28

Comet (schooner), 142:25

Comfort, USNS (hospital ship), 112:17, 161:8

Commandant-Louis-Richard (renamed Palinuro) (barquentine), 3:8, 16:17

Commander, M/V (ferry), 37:19, 37:20, 75:19, 76:2, 103:5, 155:15, 156:13

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

“Commentary on John Prentiss Benson Paintings,” 106:31–32

Commerce (brig), 36:15

Commerce (SL-7 container ship), 12:30

Commitment of Principle, 112:29

Committee for the Preservation of the Kaiulani, 142:12

Commodore (lumber schooner), 22:18, 22:19

Commodore Barney (gunboat), 158:36

Commodore Barry (US revenue cutter), 139:10–11

Commodore Explorer (ex-Jet Services), 66:25, 70:40

Commodore Morris (whaleship), 81:29

Commonwealth (sidewheeler), 20:10, 21:2

Commonwealth, SS (steamer), 10:10, 12:26

Commonwealth War Graves Commission, 144:31

Communauté (Bantry Bay gig), 103:31

Community Boat Club, 130:21, 131:4

Community Boating, Inc., 130:24–25

Community Boatworks of the Hudson Valley, 138:4

Community Maritime Park (Pensacola), 117:38

“Community Rebuilds Shipyard,” 53:39

Compagnie Maritime Belge, 64:33

compass, magnetic, 137:30–31

Compass Rose, 137:30

Compeer (schooner), 114:13

competitive rowing, 133:50

Compton Castle (paddle steamer), 3:30

Comrade (Humber keel), 17:20–21, 17:35, 27:37

Comstock, Henry T., 36:16

Comte de Grasse, 30:9

Concepcion (Magellan’s ship), 79:11, 79:33

Concord (steamer), 20:10, 20:14

Concord, USS (three-masted sloop-of-war, 162:16

Concord (warship), 42:8–10, 152:34

Concordia (Canadian sail training barquentine), 63:35, 78:28

Concretia (renamed Onaygorah) (barquentine), 26:31

Condell, Carlos, 94:16–17

Condock V (heavy lift ship), 150:34–35

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

Conemaugh (ex-W. W. Atterbury; renamed SS Pankakoski), 81:3

Conestoga (steam tug), 77:32

Confederate Naval Historical Society, 53:43, 68:33

“Confederate Prize Crew Meets Its Match in William Tillman,” 93:34–36

“Confederate Submarine H. L. Hunley: First in History to Sink an Enemy Ship in Wartime,” 158:16–21

Conference on Sail Training and Tall Ships, 45th (2017), 160:8

Confiance, HMS (frigate) 137:12, 138:26, 148:21, 148:22, 148:23–24

Confidence (US Coast Guard Cutter), 149:15

Conflict (brig), 143:11

Congress, USS (frigate), 98:11, 98:12, 98:13, 103:14, 103:16, 135:11, 141:14, 151:35

Congress (galley), 53:30, 53:31, 117:16, 117:17, 117:18

Congress (privateer), 59:26

“Congress Supports Marine Heritage Amendments!” 155:24–25

Congressional Maritime Caucus, 142:52

Congressional Record, 164:48

Connecticut (gundelo), 53:30

Connecticut (packet ship), 36:16

Connecticut, USS, 36:16, 39:28, 41:4

Connecticut Afro-American Historical Society, 72:39

Connecticut Maritime Association, 123:12

Connecticut River, 36:28–30, 36:45–47

Connecticut River Foundation, 8:28, 25:47, 32:43, 36:10, 36:19

Connecticut River Museum, 50:17, 53:39, 107:2, 133:45, 133:45

Connecticut River Steamboat Foundation, 27:39

Conner, Dennis, 116:22

Connert, Christina, 164:53

Connolly, James B.

“Wesley Marrs Sets His Stays’l,” 49:46–47

Conquérant, 132:23, 132:25, 132:26

Conrad, Dennis

“John Paul Jones, the Ranger and the Value of the Continental Navy,” 100:9–13

Conrad, Joseph, 72:13, 91:13, 96:11, 144:28, 162:31

Conrad, Judy

“The Steamship Central America and Her Era,” 64:26–30

Conrad, W. Grove, 80:4, 80:4

Conrad (Cape Verde schooner), 5:8, 9:30

“The Conrad at Mystic,” 32:25

Conservation and Reinvestment Act (CARA), 96:15

Conservation International, 159:8

Constellation, USS (frigate), 2:12, 5:5, 5:9, 5:16, 5:29, 7:31, 10:26, 12:14, 12:27, 12:36, 14:4, 18:42, 23:23, 24:13, 28:31, 65:4, 68:24, 69:26, 70:38, 71:7, 71:35–36, 73:35, 74:35, 77:3, 78:26, 80:36, 81:37, 81:39, 81:44, 84:2, 84:22, 84:29, 88:31–32, 89:35, 90:39, 91:37, 94:20, 96:15, 103:16, 105:11, 107:34, 110:38, 112:12, 112:14, 113:17–18, 114:27, 116:11, 116:12, 116:13, 119:39, 128:12–13, 129:5, 129:17, 133:6, 133:22, 135:39, 136:14, 141:14, 146:20, 147:5, 148:27, 153:36

(pictures), 3:23, 18:43, 68:25, 70:38, 81:39, 83:49, 91:37, 110:38, 113:18, 123:12, 128:14, 129:17, 132:10, 132:13, 132:14, 133:9, 135:38, 35:39, 138:30, 148:27

captain’s cabin, 102:36

figureheads, 81:28–29

rebuilding of, 3:23–8

restoration of, 4:8

at the 1926 sesquicentennial celebration, 3:28

and the US Navy African Squadron, 132:10–14

wheel of, 83:49

“The Constellation and Her Rebuilding,” 3:23–28

Constitution, USS (frigate, “Old Ironsides”), 2:12, 4:28, 5:29, 6:16, 10:26, 12:27, 13:44, 13:53, 14:52, 15:48, 17:35, 19:22–23, 19:38, 20:38, 24:3, 24:11, 24:12–14, 24:18, 30:8, 38:13, 44:2, 44:4, 44:11–13, 44:14–16, 45:4, 45:34, 46:4, 59:33, 63:38, 72:8, 76:37, 76:38, 83:19, 84:6, 87:15, 97:34–35, 105:11, 120:22, 123:9, 124:35, 129:18, 129:19, 130:5, 133:10, 133:22, 133:37, 134:6, 134:13, 134:14, 135:6, 135:11–12, 136:44, 139:34, 143:6, 144:51, 144:53, 147:5, 147:41, 148:9, 148:21, 148:26, 150:20, 153:34, 153:36, 153:56, 154:5, 159:34, 160:6

(pictures), 14:52, 24:12–14, 15:48, 17:19, 24:0, 24:18, 44:0, 44:11, 44:12, 44:15, 45:6, 69:24–25, 69:28, 82:30, 83:0, 97:35, 99:23, 99:24, 103:8, 120:5, 120:10–11, 120:22, 126:31, 133:12, 134:0, 138:34–35, 139:35, 141:0, 141:15, 142:38, 143:6, 146:21, 148:44, 150:17, 151:28–32, 153:0, 153:56

after 1815, 151:28–32

artifacts from, 39:30

battle with Guerrière, 134:12–13

battling HMS Cyane and HMS Levant, 150:16–18

building of, 24:13

command at sea, 24:14

construction and restoration, 69:24–26

crew of, 138:34–35

dry dock repairs, 139:42

figurehead, 104:19, 139:23–25

figureheads, 139:24–25

flags from, 139:44, 139:44

half-model, 32:28, 32:29

Independence Day turnaround sail, 120:10–11

life at sea, 24:13–14

as a living symbol, 24:14

model, 142:54, 142:54

museum, 17:19

origins of, 142:36–38

preservation of, 24:14

in the quasi war with France, 44:13

rebuilding of, 15:16

recoppering, 159:16–17

repair and restoration, 81:40–41

restoration of, 144:35

restoration of copper sheathing, 159:16–17

rigging, 142:40

under sail, 82:30–31

scrollwork, 139:23, 139:25

and the war of 1812, 44:13, 141:14–16

Constitution Museum, 4:35

Constitution’s Most Challenging Fight and the Battle of New Orleans—A Look at the FInal Battles of the War of 1812,” 141:10–16

“The Container Revolution,” 114:8–11

container shipping, 114:8–11, 114:20, 115:4, 116:6, 163:43, 164:55

Conte di Cavour (Italian battleship), 56:13

Conte di Savoia (Italian ocean liner), 64:6, 95:13

“Contemporary Marine Art: A Juried exhibition by the American Society of Marine Artists at the Peabody Museum of Salem,” 21:36–38

Contest, HMS (brig), 142:25

Continental Marine Committee, 98:12

Convention on the Law of the Sea, 125:52

Convention on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage, 72:36, 100:42

“Convoy Catastrophe: The Destruction of PQ-17 to North Russia in July, 1942,” 62:14–16

Convoys (WWII), 35:0, 66:0, 66:13–14

Convoy ’94, 65:37, 68:4, 68:6, 69:20–21, 69:30, 70:4

Convoy 119, 118:10

HX-156, 87:34, 87:36–37

HX-354, 68:4

HX 355, 69:4

NY 119, 101:2–3

ON-24, 87:36

PQ-17, 62:14–16, 64:4, 66:11, 92:2–3

PQ-18, 62:16

SC-48, 87:36

XH-156, 87:34

Conway, HMS, 73:25

Conyngham, Anne, 152:38

Conyngham, Gustavus, 152:38, 152:38

Conyngham, USS (destroyer), 161:20

Cook (schooner), 4:18

Cook, Frederick, 117:36, 144:36

Cook, George, 103:15

Cook, James, 11:10, 11:12–16, 42:16, 74:30, 81:19, 81:33, 83:11–18, 83:11, 84:11, 85:37, 85:39, 86:8–9, 88:16, 144:42, 153:15, 153:15, 157:36–37

in New Zealand, 83:15–16

second voyage, 83:16–17

in Tahiti, 83:1415

third voyage, 83:17

Cook, William J., 96:13

“Captain Philip Weems: Refining Navigation,” 108:8–10

Cooke, John, 143:17

Cooling, B. Franklin

Olympia: Queen of the Pacific,” 94:9–11

Coontz, Robert E., 165:43

Cooper, Harry

“The Patrols of Germany’s Captain Hans Georg Hess,” 105:18–19

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

Cooper, Joseph Walter, 18:63

Cooper, Kirk, 131:29

Cooper, Laura (artist), 153:42

Cooper, Tim, 136:44, 136:44

Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 16:34, 40:30

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

Annual Maritime Art Exhibition, 139:40

Coos Bay shipwreck, 124:11–13

Coos Historical and Maritime Center (Coos, OR), 138:42

Copeland, Peter

“Columbus Rediscovered: The Sailors of the Era of Discovery,” 55:14–15

“Seaman Remembers South Street 100 Years Ago,” 28:17–19

Copeland, Robert W., 71:18

Copenhagen, SS (British steamship), 70:39

Copernicus (yacht), 162:33

Copes, Jan M

“The Niagara Lives!” 48:37

Copiapó (transport), 94:17

Copley, John Singleton (artist), 15:55, 15:56

“Copper Bottomed—USS Constitution Restoration 2015–17,” 159:16–17

copper sheathing, 132:22, 132:23, 132:26, 159:16–17, 159:34

Coquette (barque), 154:40

Cora (Baltimore clipper; slave ship), 132:12–13, 132:13

Cora Cressey, 4:33

coracles, 43:32–33

Coral (schooner), 42:13

Coral Sea, USS (aircraft carrier), 59:33, 62:34, 66:25, 119:37

Coralarium (art installation), 164:54–55

Corbett, Jack, 103:46–48

Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary, 142:50, 142:52

Corderie Royale, 43:39

Cordingly, David

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

Corinthian (Gorton-Pew schooner), 49:15

Coriolanus (iron barque), 9:27, 9:27, 39:23–26, 39:24–26, 41:3–4, 41:3

Corish, Joe (artist), 29:38

Cormack, Malcolm (author), 12:44–47

Cormorant (replica Boston pilot schooner), 12:39

Cormorant (trawler), 101:11

cormorants, 121:36

Cornè, Michele Felice, 139:23

Cornelia (schooner/sloop/barge), 50:40

Cornelia (yacht), 70:26

Cornelia B. Windiate (three-masted schooner), 121:35, 121:35

Cornell, John V., 9:32

Cornell, Thomas, 37:12, 37:14

Cornwallis, Charles, 132:26

Coronet (schooner yacht), 8:21, 9:30, 12:7, 18:26–27, 18:26, 50:7, 71:35, 71:35, 72:9, 76:24, 89:19–21, 89:19–21, 89:28, 89:28, 97:30, 109:34–35, 109:35, 117:38, 117:38, 121:42, 156:11, 164:24, 164:24, 164:25, 164:25

model, 97:30–32

Corpus Christi (renamed City of Corpus Christi), 30:10

Corr, Jim, 62:8–9, 62:9

Corsair (steam yacht), 89:27

corsairs, 127:36. See also piracy and pirates

Corse, Hope Koseff

“Drawn to the Water,” 135:28–30

Corsicana (now Kennebec), 157:6

Corso, Frank P. (artist), 93:0, 93:24–27

corvettes, 66:10, 66:10

Corwin, USS (Coast Survey steam vessel), 120:32, 150:40

Corwith Cramer, SSV (brigantine; sail training ship), 46:36, 47:11, 62:21, 70:23, 78:4, 162:47, 164:16, 164:16

Cory, USS (destroyer), 69:13

Cosby, Bill, 55:34

Coscia, Anthony, 115:6

COSCO, 128:44

Cosco Busan, MV, 127:45–46, 127:45, 140:29–30

COSCO Shipping Panama (ex-Andronikos), 156:50, 156:50

Cossons, Neil, 31:56

Costa, Benjamin, 8:20, 9:29

Costa, John, 9:29–30

Cotgrave, Isaac, 165:19

Cottam, Harold Thomas “Harry”, 138:13, 139:6

Cottesmore, HMS, 74:35

Cottier, Jim, 62:20, 100:31

Cottineau, Denis Nicolas, 115:9

Cottoneva (ex-Frank D. Stout), 38:18–19

Coughlin, Pamela, 90:21

Coughlin, William P.

“The Boston Harbor Tugboat Muster,” 44:35

“Down to the Sea with Irving Johnson,” 49:7–9

Coulter, Willilam Alexander (artist), 22:29–31, 113:34, 115:32

Council of American Maritime Museums (CAMM), 4:1, 4:8, 5:10, 8:22, 51:6–7, 63:39, 64:38, 106:2, 107:2, 113:2, 125:20, 126:6, 143:4, 151:4

2009 conference, 126:40

2018 conference, 163:13

CAMM guidelines, 51:6–7

Council of American Master Mariners, 77:4

Council of Colonization Period Ships, 42:36, 44:36, 45:32, 46:38. See also Colonial Maritime Association

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

Counter, S. Allen, 117:37

Countess Fiona (motor vessel), 33:32

Countess of Scarborough, HMS, 115:8, 115:9, 115:11

County of Inverness, 124:6

County of Kinross (four-masted full-rigged ship), 20:19, 122:7

County of Linlithgow, 124:6

County of Peebles (renamed Muñoz Gamero) (full-rigged ship), 2:8, 3:39, 68:5, 122:7, 124:6

County of Roxburgh (four-masted full-rigged ship), 13:39, 68:5, 68:5, 124:6

Courageous (yacht), 16:49, 116:22, 128:28, 164:23

Courier, USCG, 147:41

Cousteau, Jacques, 156:52

Couture, Scott, 131:31

Covadonga (corvette), 94:16–17

Cove Point Lighthouse, 113:35

Coventry (Royal Navy ship), 26:28

Covington (steam tug), 64:22

Covington, USS (ex-Cincinnati) (CTF ship), 161:21

Cowan, Ernie, 63:36

Cowpens, USS (aircraft carrier), 33:24

Cowtie, Agnes, 85:43–44

Cox, Greg, 135:44

Cox, Samuel J., 150:50, 150:52

Coxere, Edward “Ned,” 85:42–43

“An Adventure By Sea,” 34:46–47

Coya (steamer), 41:6

Coykendall, Samuel D., 37:14

Coyote (steamer), 158:30

Cozzens, Frederick Schiller, 9:35

Crabtree, August (modelmaker), 1:10–11, 72:39–40

Cramer, Corwith Jr. “Cory,” 5:22, 29:25, 31:3, 32:3

Crane, Skip, 50:22, 50:23

Craw Keys (renamed Keizan Maru) (Japanese freighter), 22:23

Crawford (cutter), 157:16

Crawford, R. C., 47:26

Crealock, W. I. B., 95:21

Creamer, Michael, 4:30–32, 13:43, 15:15, 15:15, 27:6

Crean, Tom, 142:30–33, 142:30, 142:31

Creesy, Eleanor, 143:35, 154:6

Creidne (brigantine), 20:30

Cremer, Peter, 35:24

Creole (three-masted schooner), 18:18–19, 28:30, 37:33

Creole (yacht), 35:30, 35:30

Creoula (four-masted schooner), 26:29, 45:19, 45:20, 48:16, 71:40

Crescent (five-masted schooner), 15:52, 38:46

Cressy, Eleanor. See Creesy, Eleanor

CREST Collaborative, 159:23

Cricket (steam schooner), 26:3

crimping, 160:29

Crinkley (Captain), 35:18

Cristobal, SS (steamer), 148:5, 148:5

Cristobal Colon (Spanish cruiser), 125:43, 156:5

Cristoforo Colombo (full-rigged ship), 4:13, 27:37

“A Critical Supply Line,” 68:8–9

Croaker, USS (submarine), 12:28, 73:17

Croatan wreck, 74:36

Croce, Daniel, 130:4, 130:4

Crocker, Aubrey, 158:23

Crocker, R., 121:12

Crocker Land Expedition, 155:38

Crockett, Rigel, 111:26–27

“A Culture of Safety for Tall Ships,” 122:10–11

“Fair Wind and Plenty of It,” 111:14–17

Cromwell, Oliver, 82:8

Cronk, George S., 35:22

Cronkite, Walter, 16:11, 59:4, 59:9, 62:7, 64:9, 70:4, 84:35, 87:5, 87:5, 117:44, 128:10–11, 128:10–11

letter, 85:3, 97:2–3

“The Challenge of 1992,” 59:9

“The Challenge of History,” 61:7

“To the Heroes of D-Day,” 70:16

tribute to Karl Kortum, 76:7

Crosby, Horace Manly, 51:12

Crosby Yacht, 51:12–13

Crosline (ferryboat), 5:29

Cross, Roy (artist), 14:50–53

Cross, Terry, 113:6

Cross Rip (lightship), 5:30, 54:32

“Crossing the Pond in Eagle,” 136:20–22, 24

Crowell, John T., 101:11

Crowell, Samuel, 61:32

Crowfoot, Betsy

“Santa Barbara Maritime Museum: Council of American Maritime Museums Profile,” 107:30–32

Crowley, Thomas C. Sr., 10:22, 23, 72:40

Crowley Maritime Industries, 10:23, 161:8

Crown Princess, 148:16

Crowninshield, George

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

“History of Sail Training Races: Part II,” 38:30

“A Cruise into the Chesapeake’s Rich Past,” 14:10–12

“The Cruise of the Conrad: The Road Home,” 81:53–55

“The Cruise of the Ookuwatee,” 55:22–23

“The Cruise of the Tallahassee: The Confederacy’s Last Great Raid on Union Shipping,” 151:34–37

Cruiser and Transport Force (CTF), 161:18–22

cruisers, ABCD, 103:10

Cruising Club (sloop), 6:3, 7:5

Crumlin-Pedersen, Ole, 153:18

Cruz, Oliveira, 9:28

Cryan, Steven (artist), 33:37

Crystal Cruises, 154:49–50, 156:50

“The Crystal Project,” 101:10–13

Crystal Spray, 81:45

CSS Neuse Civil War Interpretive Center, 144:51

Cuauhtemoc (Mexican navy sail training ship), 26:30, 28:34, 39:34, 40:11, 54:15, 54:15, 62:21, 63:36, 71:38, 80:17

Cuba, Ten Years War, 86:16

Cuffe, Paul, 115:12–13, 115:12, 115:21

Cuffee, Paul, 10:27

Culberson, SS, 38:5

Culgoa, USS (refrigerator ship), 125:45

Culloden, HMS (British shipwreck), 8:4, 79:19, 81:38

cultural landscapes, maritime, 153:19

cultural resource management (CRM), 52:8–9, 134:37, 153:19

“A Culture of Safety for Tall Ships,” 122:10–11

Culver, Christopher, 161:10, 161:11, 165:8–9, 165:9

Cumberland (battleship), 85:45

Cumberland (frigate), 33:35, 103:16, 162:16

Cumberland (sidewheeler), 47:30–31

Cumberland, USS (Civil war shipwreck), 9:10, 68:14, 68:33, 72:36, 132:10

Cummer Museum of Arts & Gardens, 81:30

Cumming, Graham, letter, 122:6

Cummings, William E. (artist), 152:40–43

Cunard, Samuel, 89:10, 95:12, 95:12, 144:48, 154:39

Cunard Line, 20:29, 55:33, 64:32–33, 95:11–13, 144:48

Cunningham, Andrew, 56:13, 56:14

Cunningham, Briggs, 116:22

Curacao (cruiser), 95:16

Curacio (renamed Independencia) (corvette), 164:20–21

“The Curious Case of Henry Hudson,” 129:22–23

curraghs (currachs), 23:23, 33:13, 43:33, 100:37, 100:37

current mines, 156:22

Currier, USS (destroyer escort), 116:6

Currier and Ives Navy (lithograph collection), 40:30

Curry, John 165:32

Curry, Patrick, 90:20, 90:21, 90:22

Curry, William, 136:27

Curtis, Brett, 103:5

Curtis, Muriel

“The Dream of a People: Building a Basque Fishing Trainera,” 85:46–47

letter, 18:21

“Sail Training Aboard the Bill of Rights,” 50:32–33

Cuse, Robert, 10:41–42

Cussler, Clive, 30:40, 31:54, 34:38, 75:33, 99:5, 99:5, 132:9, 133:9, 133:9, 149:8, 158:16, 158:21

Custer, Jack

“Snagboats of the Mississippi,” 74:12–13

Cutchin, Nathaniel, 157:19

Cutler, Carl C., 46:13, 72:20–21, 72:20, 96:16, 95:18

Cutter I (Niagara’s rescue boat), 126:26

Cutter II (Niagara’s rescue boat), 126:24, 126:26

“Cutterman Frank Newcomb and the Rescue of the USS Winslow,” 157:16–20

“Cutterman Hugh George Campbell: Master and Commander of Super-Cutter Eagle and Forgotten Hero of the Quasi War,” 153:32–36

cutters, 139:34

Cutty Sark (ex-Ferreira) (China clipper), 2:8, 3:29, 5:9, 7:17, 8:11, 11:31, 13:38, 13:40, 13:44, 14:33, 14:43, 19:17, 20:32, 46:14, 48:35, 52:36, 60:8, 61:39, 96:35, 101:16, 111:35, 120:12–14, 122:46, 145:46, 150:6

(pictures), 32:37, 120:12–14, 122:46

model, 54:35

Cutty Sark Foundation, 96:35

Cutty Sark in Flames,” 120:12–14

Cutty Sark Society, 34:36

Cutty Sark Tall Ships Races, 73:33, 77:36, 79:2–3, 81:45, 104:40

1990, 56:29

1996, 76:37, 79:39, 80:17–19

1997, 83:50

1998, 84:53

Cutty Sark Trust, 120:13–14, 125:51

Cuvier, Georges, 164:41

Cuz I (catamaran diving support vessel), 28:34

cyamids, 160:46–47

Cyane, HMS (renamed USS Cyane), 141:15, 141:16, 148:44, 150:17, 150:18

Cygnet, 126:33

Cymric (three-masted schooner), 60:46

Cynthia (schooner), 121:30

Cynthia Olson (transport ship), 35:12, 36:3, 36:4

Cypress, USCGC (buoy tender), 139:29

Cyrus J. K. Curtis, SS (Liberty ship), 35:46

Cystic Fibrosis Crusader (trimaran), 31:53

Czarina (schooner), 22:12