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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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Dacotah (US Navy steamer), 152:24

Dacres, James, 134:13

Dahlgren, John H., 120:34, 120:34, 156:20–25, 156:20, 157:5

defense of the Capital, 156:22–24

development of the “soda-water bottle gun,” 156:20–22

failure to take Charleston, 156:25

sea command, 156:24–25

Dahlgren guns, 156:20–22, 156:21, 156:24

Dahlmer, Laurence, 6:7

Dainty, HMS (destroyer), 31:2

Daisy (brig), 10:26

Dallas, USCGC, 139:29

Dalton, John, 84:6

Daly, Bill, 108:6

Daly, Blythe, 128:39, 128:39

Daly, Peter H., 164:8, 164:11, 164:15, 164:15, 165:9, 165:9

Daly, Thomas F., 115:6, 117:8, 140:20, 141:8, 141:8, 153:51, 153:51

Dalzell, F. Briggs, 49:12, 109:7

Dalzellance (tugboat), 25:17, 76:0, 76:19

D’Ambrosi, Jasper, 46:25

Dana, Charles, 156:33

Dana, Richard Henry Jr., 38:9, 121:10–11, 121:10, 144:29

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

Dana (Baltic ketch), 3:10

“Dangerous Voyage: Underway in ‘The Time of the Submarine,’ 1942,” 113:10–15

Danica White (cargo ship), 120:44

Daniel, Dawna

“The Sea World of Christopher Blossom,” 82:26–28

Daniel, William (artist), 164:41

Daniel Adamson (ex-Ralph Brocklebank) (tugboat), 25:18

Daniel Drew (Hudson River steamer), 10:6, 58:25

Daniel K. Inouye, SS (containership), 164:55

Daniel McAllister (diesel tugboat), 21:14, 161:0

Daniel Tompkins (renamed Normandic) (Hudson River schooner), 84:3

Daniel Wood (whaleship), 125:19

Daniels, Josephus, 157:18, 161:20

Danielson, Hans, 65:18

“Danish Training Ship Georg Stage,” 82:10–11

Danmark, SV (Danish sail training full-rigged ship) 2:10, 4:10, 4:10, 4:12, 4:13, 5:4, 18:18–19, 21:32, 35:29, 36:22–23, 37:33, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 42:29, 58:30, 63:9, 70:21, 88:32, 90:18, 90:18, 90:19, 91:2–3, 92:4, 91:6, 91:6, 93:32, 136:8, 136:9, 157:31

a word from the Captain, 90:19

Danzig (Hanseatic League cargo carrier), ivory model, 78:23

Dar Młodziezy (three–masted full-rigged sail training ship), 5:20, 15:50, 20:30, 26:30, 27:37, 33:32, 49:4, 61:38, 62:21–22, 62:21, 62:25, 71:40, 73:33

Dar Pomorza (ex-Prinzess Eitel Friedrich) (Polish full-rigged sail training ship), 2:10, 4:11, 17:12, 20:4, 20:30, 20:30, 26:30, 38:30, 52:46, 62:21, 70:20

Darden, Genevieve, compiler

“Whaling Letters,” 109:8–11

Darien Historical Society, 9:17

Darle (wooden-hulled fishing trawler), 84:54

Darling, Lois, 54:36

“HMS Beagle, 1820–1870: Voyages Summarized, Research and Reconstruction,” 31:27–38

Darnell (deadrise), 127:0, 127:31

Darrach, Susan, 49:30, 31

Dart (sloop), 40:44, 40:45, 40:46, 139:13, 139:13

Dartmoor Mutiny, 165:20–21

Dartmoor Prison, 165:18–21

Darwin, Charles, 165:40–41

Dashing Wave (troopship), 84:15

“Dauber’s Lucky Brother: Charles Robert Patterson,” 114:12–16

Daughan, George, 144:56

Dauntless, 36:46

Dauntless (schooner), 18:26, 89:26

Dauntless (yacht), 36:46–47, 36:47, 98:23

Dauntless (tugboat), 10:23, 10:23

Dauntless (yacht

Dauntless, USS (gunboat), 17:33

Davenport (Thames spritsail), 34:21

David, Albert L., 38:3

“David Bareford,” 98:26–29

“David Dixon Porter Jr.: A Warrior Uncomfortable with Peace,” 129:16–20

David M. Milton Charitable Trust, 101:6

David R. Ray, USS (destroyer), 162:26

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

“David Stodder—Shipbuilder and Patriot in Post-Revolutionary Baltimore,” 128:12–15

David (tugboat), 21:10

David R. Ray, USS (destroyer), 162:26

David Warther Carving Museum, 70:28

Davidson, Arthur, 147:5

Davidson, Joan, 164:13

Davidson, Julian O. (artist), 42:26, 43:24–26, 43:26

Davidson, Laurie, 119:40

Davies, Joseph E., 131:17, 131:19

Davies, Tony, 62:18, 62:20, 100:31–32

Davis, Charles, 163:38

Davis, Charles Henry, 120:33, 120:34

Davis, Howard, 5:6

Davis, Jim, 97:13

Davis, John, 113:19

Davis, Robert P. (artist), 102:24–25

Davis, Thomas B., 57:34

Davis, Tony, 159:30, 159:30–31

Davis, William C., 142:24

Davis, William M. (artist), 50:0, 50:24–26

Davis, William Morris, 164:40–41

Davis, USS (destroyer), 161:20

Davis Ridge, 98:15–18

Davy Jones’s locker, 122:39

Dawn (whaleship), 74:20

Dawn, SS, 136:40

Dawson, Montague (artist), 78:0, 79:27

Day, Ashley, 51:12

Day, Thomas Fleming, 50:16–17, 115:26, 115:28, 115:29, 131:28, 131:28

“A Day in the Life of a Bequian Whaler,” 40:44–46

Day Peckinpaugh, MV (New York Barge Canal motorship), 72:35

daybeacons, 126:36

Daylight (four-masted barque), 15:52

Dayspring (topsail schooner), 32:42

Daystar (nobby), 12:36

Dayton, Scottie

“A History in Ivory,” 78:22–23

“Dazzle and Drab,” 98:32–33

dazzle painting, 98:32

D-Day, 69:0, 69:4, 69:8, 70:4

American Blockships at, 69:17–19

anniversary observations, 70:16–19, 148:10–11

Gold beach, 69:12, 69:14, 69:17

Gooseberries, 69:18–19

Juno beach, 69:12, 69:14

and LCT 7074, 150:34–35

Mulberry harbors, 69:17–19

Omaha beach, 69:12, 69:14–16, 69:17, 69:18, 70:7, 96:37, 100:17

planning for, 69:10–11

Sword beach, 69:12, 69:14

Utah beach, 69:12, 69:14–15, 69:22–23, 96:37

“D-Day: A Defining Moment in a Century of Conflict,” 69:8

De Braak, HMS (British naval brig), 48:38, 85:22

De Clerck, Aristidius (artist), 64:30–31

de Cloux, Ruben, 91:11

De Grasse, 30:10

De Haven, Edwin J., 156:32

de la Motte, Charles, 35:13

de Onis, Luis, 164:20

De Ruyter, HMNLS, 30:10, 158:48, 158:48

de Salaberry, Charles, 136:12

De Seven Provincien, 30:10

De Simone, Antonio (artist), 68:25–27

De Simone, Tommaso (artist), 68:24–27

De Wadden (three-masted schooner), 60:47, 60:47, 64:37

De Wert, USS, 145:52

dead reckoning, 150:46

Dean, Dee Beard (artist), 163:33

Dean, Eugenia, 152:30

Dean, Love

“First Light on the Reefs,” 39:15–16

Dean, Martin

“Archaeology—All At Sea?” 39:11

Dean, Nicholas, 162:33

Dean, Sid, 64:9

Dean, Stewart, 87:12, 87:28, 87:31

Deane, Silas, 152:37

Deane (frigate), 142:36

Dearborn, Henry, 134:10, 134:12

Deary, William P.

“Defending the Lower Hudson River in 1776,” 98:7–10

Debenham, Frank, 22:36

Decatur, Stephen Jr., 59:26, 105:12, 105:13, 110:30, 112:15, 114:26, 116:10–14, 134:14, 135:10–14, 150:20–21

(pictures), 105:12, 110:30, 116:11, 133:11, 134:14, 135:10, 135:14, 150:20

gravesite, 117:5

letters exchanged with Barron, 118:16–19

Decatur (privateer), 48:30, 48:30

Decatur, USS (Torpedo-Boat Destroyer No. 5), 100:15

Decca Recorder (survey vessel), 12:25

deck officer, US Merchant Marine, 163:42

Deckelman, Dwight, 163:24

Decker, Tom, 10:23

Decker’s Tug (Tanker 2), 133:0

“Decorative Carvings on Dredge Boats of Chesapeake Bay,” 86:24–27

Decoy (renamed Ferre) (destroyer), 31:2

Dedalo (ex-USS Cabot) (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

Deep Drone (unmanned undersea vehicle), 44:33

Deep Sea Research, Inc., 82:38

Defence (Revolutionary War privateer), 11:34, 12:35, 13:27, 20, 37, 153:32

“Defence of McHenry” (Francis Scott Key), 140:18, 140:32

Defender (yacht), 76:26, 98:24, 116:21, 158:23

“Defending the Lower Hudson River in 1776,” 98:7–10

Defense (frigate), 103:15

Defense (privateer brig), 8:25

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), 149:15

Defiance (yacht), 116:22

Defiant (yacht), 89:18

Deford, T. M. (Mac), 101:36

Deigman, Osborn, 155:35

DeKalb, USS (ex-Prinz Eitel Friedrich), 161:18, 161:21, 161:22

Delano, Paul, 164:20

Delanty, Hugh, 83:40–41

Delaportas, Caterina, 100:41

Delaware (ex-Piscataque), 124:19

Delaware (lightship), 5:30

Delaware (schooner), 13:4, 13:4

Delaware (tugboat), 67:36, 70:39, 122:18, 137:43–44, 137:44

Delaware, USS (frigate), 103:14, 103:16, 153:34

figurehead, 104:19

Delaware Art Museum, 96:26

Delaware Bay Schooner Project, 76:36, 77:41, 97:36

Delaware River (river tugboat), 165:42

Delgado, James P., 54:9, 54:9, 81:44–45, 108:4, 108:4, 133:45, 164:55, 165:32

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

“‘Fishing for a Living’ at the Vancouver Maritime Museum,” 82:18–19

“Maritime Archaeology in the 21st Century,” 153:16–22

“The Niantic: Participant in Creating a New California,” 15:44–46

“Rediscovering Julius Kroehl,” 165:44–45

“The Rediscovery of the US Brig Somers,” 75:31–32

“Taking the Initiative: Six Years of Gains in the Cause of Maritime Preservation,” 60:16–18

Delgado, Robert, 162:34

Delicia (brig; slave ship), 132:12–13

Deliverance (Jamestown ship), 95:31

Deliverance (Jamestown ship replica), 17:28

Deliverance (salvage vessel), 127:24

Deliverance (schooner), 25:43, 52:0, 125:16

“Delivering the Goods to the Normandy Beaches in 1944,” 35:46–47

Della Porta, Douglas, 44:35

Della Porta, Kathy, 44:35

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

DeLoach, Jay, 134:4

Delson, Roberta M.

“The American Flag at Sea: Early Activities of the US Merchant Marine in Latin America,” 83:8–9

Delta King (riverboat), 5:3, 39:36, 39:36

Delta Queen (sternwheel steamer), 4:18, 5:3, 5:29, 8:22, 10:20, 10:26, 20:42, 24:3, 28:34, 39:4, 39:36, 43:14–16, 53:36–38, 53:37, 53:42, 57:26, 57:27, 57:28–29, 59:37, 60:17, 64:34, 74:18, 102:38, 106:39, 122:47, 122:47

original paddlewheel from, 74:19

Delta Queen Comes to the Mississippi,” 53:36–38

Delta Queen Steamship Company, 8:23

Deltaville Maritime Museum, 148:51, 159:39

Deluge (fireboat), 60:17

DeMars, Bruce, 135:8, 135:8, 138:10, 138:10, 139:8

Demers, Don (artist), 54:27, 129:38, 131:0, 131:26, 147:34, 148:0, 148:44, 156:0

Deming, Thomas, 36:13

Demmy, George, 29:5

Democracy, TFL (container ship), 29:30

Demologos (renamed Fulton I) (steamship), 64:14, 164:18

Demon, HMS, 83:51

DeMuccio, Joseph P., 80:4, 80:4, 81:46

Den Store Bjorn (three-masted schooner), 28:30, 75:17

Denbigh (paddle steamer), 85:54, 94:40

Denby, Edwin, 165:43

Denis Sullivan, S/V (cargo schooner), 94:39, 119:40, 119:40

Denis Sullivan, S/V (cargo schooner reproduction), 145:55, 164:30

Denman, William, 158:29

Dennis, Ed

“The Oldest Ship in the War,” 44:7

“Petrol for the Navy PTs,” 59:44–47

Dennis (destroyer escort), 71:16

Denny, 101:13

Denov, Dan, 158:5–6, 158:6

Dent, George, 153:29

Department of Culture and Heritage (Nunavut, Canada), 159:40

Department of Miscellaneous Weapon Development (DMWD), 71:5

Deptford, HMS, 66:22

“Derek Gardner, Marine Artist,” 56:26–28

Derg (ex-Western Monarch) (full-rigged ship), 2:8

Des Moines, USS (heavy cruiser), 80:36, 94:21, 110:38–39, 110:39, 111:3

Desaix, 102:38

Desdemona, 36:15

Desire (brig), 156:39

d’Estang, Nancy

“Primary Research at Its Height: The Monumental Work of Ed Bosley on Gloucester Fishing Schooners,” 78:14–15

Destouches, Chevalier, 132:22–26

Destroyer Escort Historical Foundation (DEHF), 67:35

Destroyer Escort Sailors Association, 65:38

destroyers, 66:10, 148:29

Allen M. Sumner-class, 100:16, 100:17

American, 100:15–18

Arleigh Burke-class, 100:18, 118:13

Belknap-class, 100:18

Charles F. Adams-class, 100:17, 100:18

Farragut-class, 100:18

Fletcher-class, 100:16, 157:16

Forrest Sherman-class, 100:17

Gearing-class, 100:16, 100:17, 101:4

Hamburg-class, 30:10

Leahy-class, 100:18

Mitscher-class, 100:17

Spruance-class, 100:18

Sumner-class, 101:4

destroyers, American

USS Anthony (DD-172), 144:30

USS Anthony (DD-515), 144:30

USS Arleigh Burke, 100:18

USS Babbit, 29:8, 143:28

USS Barry, 33:33, 44:32

USS Belknap, 100:18

USS Borie, 67:14, 98:35

USS Cassin (DD-43), 99:9

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

USS Charles Ausburne, 100:17

USS Charles F. Adams, 94:21

USS Chauncey, 99:9, 109:4

USS Cole, 100:18, 154:45, 164:15

USS Conyngham, 161:20

USS Cory, 69:13

USS David R. Ray, 162:26

USS Davis, 161:20

USS Decatur, 100:15

USS Dupont, 87:36

USS Edson, 53:11, 109:34

USS Eugene A. Greene, 65:11, 93:11

USS Fairfax, 98:34–35, 100:16

USS Fletcher, 100:17

USS Gainard (DD-706). 159:14, 160:5

USS Gearing, 100:16

USS Greer, 87:35–36

USS Gyatt, 100:17

USS Isaac C. Kidd, 35:27, 35:27

USS John S. McCain, 145:52

USS Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., 5:29, 12:28, 73:17, 85:52

USS Kearny, 87:35, 87:36–37

USS Kidd, 73:17, 148:29

USS Laffey, 73:14–16, 73:17, 73:35, 133:21, 133:21, 148:29, 148:29, 156:9

USS Leahy, 100:18

USS Leary, 143:27

USS Mason, 100:20, 118:13, 120:6

USS McDougal, 34:25, 161:20

USS Monssen, 87:35

USS Nicholson, 100:16

USS O’Brien, 162:16

USS Orleck, 94:21, 114:7, 114:7, 117:38, 117:38

USS Porter, 161:20

USS Schenck, 143:27

USS Reid, 114:14–15

USS Reuben James, 87:34–35, 87:36, 87:37, 145:6–7

USS Roosevelt, 100:15

USS Russell, 164:15

USS Sampson, 56:45

USS Schenck, 143:27, 143:28

USS Semmes, 68:10, 68:12

USS Somers, 76:40

USS Spruance, 30:9, 100:18

USS The Sullivans, 12:28, 16:47, 16:49, 73:17, 145:52

USS Wadsworth, 34:25, 99:8, 125:45, 161:20

USS Wainwright, 161:20

USS Ward, 162:16, 162:16

USS Winston Churchill, 100:15

USS Woodbury, 109:4

USS Zumwalt, 145:51–52, 145:51, 146:5

destroyers, British

HM Carysfort, 71:33

HMS Dainty, 31:2

HMS Exmouth, 100:44

HMS Highlander, 29:7

HMS Volunteer, 29:7

destroyers, other countries

BAP Ferre (ex-Decoy), 31:2

Berc I Satwet, 74:8

Burza, 12:28

Diana (renamed Palacios), 31:2

Ferre (ex-Decoy), 31:2

Heermann, 71:16

Hoel, 71:16

Rommel, 30:10

Zhivuchi (ex-HMS Richmond; ex-USS Fairfax), 98:34–35

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

Destruction, 21:29

Desy, Margherita, 159:16–17

DeTour Reef Light Preservation Society (DRLPS), 112:36

DeTour Reef Lighthouse, 110:37, 112:36

Detroit, HMS (schooner), 43:25, 106:37, 128:8, 136:11, 138:31, 141:5, 144:14–15, 144:17–19, 144:22, 145:5

Detroit Institute of Arts, 104:26

Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority (DWCPA), 160:53

Deutsche Bucht (lightship), 29:30

Deutschland (German liner, 1923), 103:3

Deutschland (German merchant submarine), 55:44, 161:39

Deutschland (HAPAG, 1900), 95:12

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

Deux Amis (French privateer), 129:17

deVall, Norman, 102:34

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

Devine, George Thomas Frederick, 162:23, 162:25, 162:26

Devonshire, HMS (Royal Navy cruiser), 142:16

Dewaruci (Indonesian barquentine), 94:28

Dewarutji (barquentine), 3:6, 3:7, 40:11

Dewey, Colin, 136:45, 154:30–33

Dewey, George, 86:17–18, 94:10, 94:12, 122:20–22, 125:44, 135:4–5, 135:5, 147:41

dhangis, 43:31

dhonis, 36:26, 36:26

dhows, 43:32, 89:15–16, 91:12, 154:16–20

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

Diamantha (steamship), 23:27

Diamond Shoals lightship, No. 71, 161:38–41, 161:38

Diamond Shoals lightship, No. 105, 161:41

Diamond Shoals Lightship No. 189, 69:37, 82:34, 161:41

“Diamond Shoals No. 71: The Only US Lightship Sunk by Enemy Action,” 161:38–41

Diana (East Indiaman), 72:36

Diana (renamed Palacios) (destroyer), 31:2

Diana (renamed USS Hamilton) (schooner), 8:24, 19:38, 22:6, 22:37–38, 24:34, 138:23

Diana (steamer), 155:38

Diana (whaler), 25:43

Diana E. Banks (electric steam launch), 30:40

Diane (Cape Verde packet), 8:19

Diane (tugboat), 80:21

Diane Chris (ex-Handel; renamed Sagamore), 40:2–3, 42:35

“A Diary from Sea, 1896–97,” 106:23–25

Dias, Bartolemeu, 54:18

Diaz de Lassaga, Luis, 92:30–31

Dickens, Charles, 74:14–16

Dickerson, Jack, 49:12

Dickerson, USS (DD-157), 161:40

Dickeson, Brittingham, 128:13

Diligence, USCG cutter, 139:28, 151:24–25

Dillard Rech, Lori, 123:46

Dilling, James C. Jr., 123:5

Dillingham Commission, 164:48

Dingemans, Timothy G.

“An Elizabethan-Era Wreck in the Channel Islands,” 78:19–21

“Oxford’s Nautical Archaeology Team: The First Ten Years of MARE,” 57:20–22

“Search for the Etruscan Wreck of Giglio Island,” 67:16–20

dinoflagellates, 125:39

Dinorwic (slate carrier), 59:20

Diomed, SS (British merchantman), 144:30, 161:40

Dione, USCGC, 142:18

Dionysus (Liberty Ship), 15:50

“Diplomacy Averts War over Nootka Sound in 1790,” 88:16–18

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

Discovery (Cook’s ship), 83:17, 86:8–9, 144:42

Discovery (full-rigged ship recreation) 60:38–39

Discovery (Hudson’s ship), 129:23, 144:42

Discovery (Jamestown ship recreation), 7:11, 8:17, 11:35, 14:23, 14:23, 17:25, 17:28, 17:28, 68:30, 68:30, 76:22, 77:41, 95:36, 108:40, 118:39–40, 119:18, 119:19, 119:19, 121:4, 131:36, 147:28, 157:14

Discovery (Mohawk River batteau replica), 64:37

Discovery (space shuttle), 144:42

Discovery (Vancouver’s ship), 51:21, 61:17–18, 88:17

Discovery, HMS (Arctic exploration ship; steam barque), 2:12, 11:12, 11:15, 11:31, 12:36, 17:34, 20:32, 26:28, 31:53, 38:32, 40:33, 40:33, 61:32–33, 61:32, 76:38, 88:18, 144:42

Discovery, RSS (Royal Research Ship), 18:47, 43:49, 142:30, 142:30

Discovery Harbor, 69:34

“Discovery of the Columbia River Recorded,” 43:20–21

Discovery Reenactment ‘92, 51:0, 51:21, 52:5, 53:4

“Discovery Reenactment ‘92: ‘She Had Always Brought Me Safely Home,’” 51:21

Discovery Reenactment Society, 51:21

D’Isernia, Brian, 160:10–11, 160:10–11, 161:10, 161:10

Dispatch (speedboat), 121:4

displacement measurement, 58:10–11

displacement tonnage, 58:10–11

District of Columbia (renamed Provincetown) (steamer), 10:13, 11:8

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

Diving With a Purpose (DWP), 153:18, 164:50

Divis (coasting schooner), 36:32

Dixie (destroyer tender), 99:9

Dixon, George, 99:39, 158:18, 158:19–20, 158:21

Dixon Hill Lighthouse, 20:33, 20:33

“Dixon’s Return,” 11:46–48

“Do Sperm Whales Bite?” 40–41

Djinn (cutter), 47:9

“Do What’s Best for the Ship,” 50:31

Dobbin, James C., 31:43

Dobbin (topsail schooner), 114:6, 136:21

Dobbins, Daniel, 138:24, 138:24

Dobson, Clarence, 154:24–25

Dock Elbe 17 (drydock), 135:23

Dockyard IX (tugboat), 25:19

Dockyard V (tugboat), 25:19

Dodd, Christopher J., 96:13, 96:15, 139:8

“Our Historic Ships: Nor Just a Hobby—an Urgent Priority,” 96:14

Dodd, Henry, 34:24

Dodge, Ernest S., 17:35, 17:35

Doenitz, Karl . See Dönitz, Karl

Doerfeld, John Lewis, 153:38–40, 153:41

Doerflinger, William Main, 29:20

“Sea Music at Mystic,” 51:33

dogbodies, 49:14

“Dogger Bank Incident,” 31:25

dogs aboard ships, 110:22

Doherty, Bill

Tamaroa Slugs Her Way Through History,” 122:34–37

Doherty, Judi

Tamaroa Slugs Her Way Through History,” 122:34–37

Doi, K., 35:12, 35:13

Dolde, Jennifer

“Fleshing Out a Disconcerting History: The Hidden Years of the Ship Katherine Jackson,” 165:22–23

doldrums, 134:36

Dolittle, Dan (artist), 97:25

Doll, Skip, 108:6

Dollar, Robert, 117:25

Dolly (steam launch), 65:38

Dolmar. See Picton Castle (ex-Dolmar)

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

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

Dolphin (cutter), 142:36

Dolphin (ex-HMS Dolphin) (1882) (former barque, former steam gunboat), 2:12

Dolphin (Greek submarine), 74:8

Dolphin, USS (brig), 162:16

Dolphin (1799) (three-masted ship), 128:15

Dolphin, HMS (Samuel Wallis’s ship), 83:13, 83:14

Dolphin, HMS (cruising gunboat), 12:28, 110:11

Dolphin, HMS (submarine base), 13:6

Dolphin, USS (Civil War era) 93:35

Dolphin, USS (Revolutionary War era), 152:38

Dolphin, USS (Spanish-American War era), 157:18

Dolphin, USS (AGSS-555) (research submarine), 120:16, 123:44, 127:43, 127:43

dolphin fish, 119:24–25

Dolphin Sailing Barge Museum, 34:22

Dom Fernando II e Gloria (Portuguese frigate), 72:36, 83:5253

Domino Effect (ex-Edwin & Maud; ex-Victory Chimes) (three-masted ram schooner), 5:28, 23:4, 33:3, 43:41, 48:32, 53:43, 92:13, 92:13, 93:20–22, 93:21, 93:22, 95:3, 146:12

Domm, Steve, 121:25

Don Ariano N. See Wavertree (ex-Don Ariano N; ex-Southgate) (full-rigged ship)

“Don Demers and A. D. Blake Take on the Great Ocean Races,” 131:22–26

Don Juan de Austria (renamed Esmeralda) (Chilean four-masted barquentine training ship), 3:6, 3:8, 3:8, 4:13, 5:12, 6:29, 12:41, 25:53, 26:41, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 42:28, 55:34, 56:29, 63:35, 63:36, 70:21, 88:31, 93:10, 94:16–17

Don Juan V (ex-Professor Koch) (river barge), 20:19

Don Quixote, 101:16

Donald C. Hannah, MV (Hannah Marine Corp. vessel), 100:45

Donald McKay Festival, 31:55

Donaldson, Jim, 14:33

Dönitz, Karl, 66:9, 66:9, 68:5, 69:9, 142:18, 143:27, 143:28, 155:26, 155:26

Donna (ex-Albatross; ex-Dorothea; renamed Miranda; trawler support ship), 18:47, 22:36

Donnison, Lawrence (artist), 39:30

Donovan, John J. Jr., 130:23

Donovan (Pacific steam schooner), 83:41

Door County Maritime Museum, 81:44, 84:54

Dora (steamer), 22:10

Dorade (schooner yacht), 24:5, 47:9, 160:54, 160:54, 164:26

Dorchester, SS (steamer), 14:12, 65:18, 65:18

Doric (White Star liner), 65:20

Doris (bawley), 29:47

Doris Hamlin (four-masted schooner), 26:4

Dorjun (sailing vessel), 82:36

Dorn, Tom, 69:21

Dorothea (ex-Albatross; ex-Donna; renamed Miranda) (trawler support ship), 18:47, 22:36

Dorothy (ex-Janet S.; ex-Jesse Jr.) (tugboat), 5:30, 8:14, 25:18

Dorothy Parsons (bugeye freighter), 5:6, 5:29, 11:2

Dorothy Snow (renamed Maria Sony) (Cape Verde schooner), 9:29, 30

dory fishing, 112:0

dory racing, 140:46

dory trawlers, 49:14, 57:17, 140:46

Dossin Great Lakes Museum, 21:35

Doswell, John W., 150:55, 150:55

Doughty, Thomas, 80:9–10, 143:16–17

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

Douglas, Bob, 131:12

Douglas, George B. (modelmaker), 56:8–11

Douglas, Michael, 144:39

Douglas, Robert, “Sailing Shenandoah,” 42:15

Douglas, Scott, 138:42

Douglass, Frederick, 10:27, 97:17–18, 97:18

Douglass Gregory (schooner), 50:7

Dove (pinnace), 11:35, 14:20, 15:4, 17:25, 57:36

Dove (pinnace replica), 14:20–21, 14:21, 17:27

Dovenby (steel bark), 20:46

Dowell, William Gerald, 20:47

Dowling, Robert, 154:26

Dowman, Wilfred, 120:13

“Down Channel in the Vivette,” 57:47

Down Docks Museum, 25:43

Down Easters, 30:0

Down Jersey Marine Historical Society, 12:39

“Down the Sound in an Old Two-Sticker,” 50:45–48

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

“Down to the Sea—On Stamps,” 59:30–31

Downes, John, 156:30

Downie, George, 137:12, 148:21, 148:22

Downie, Robert, 138:26

Downing, Andrew Jackson, 144:28, 1:31

Downing, Sandford B., 6:25

Downtown Waterfront (City of Duluth), 69:35

Doyle, Michael, 144:36

Doyle, William, 161:7–8

“Dr. Charles Webster, Ship’s Surgeon,” 106:22

Dr. Robert Semo (expedition boat), 74:7, 75:4

Dragens Vinge (Viking replica ship), 157:23

Dragon, HMS, 110:29, 137:13–14, 147:20

dragon boats, 43:29–31, 43:31

racing, 50:36–37, 79:30–31

“Dragon Racing: A 2000-Year-Old Tradition Flourishes in Hong Kong,” 50:36–37

Drake, Francis, 11:10, 15:25, 15:26, 38:9, 80:8–13, 81:12–15, 84:12–13, 85:11, 88:18, 97:16, 106:10–12, 119:12, 126:6, 127:7, 143:14–18

(pictures), 15:25, 48:22, 119:12, 143:15

at Cape Horn, 80:11

maps of, 80:12–13

Drake, HMS (sloop of war), 12:0, 12:19

Drake, 30:8

Drake (British ship), 100:12

Drake (now Resolution; collier), 11:12, 11:14–15, 11:14, 11:15, 20:46, 34:31, 61:24, 68:5, 83:17, 85:37, 85:38, 85:39, 85:39, 86:8–9

Drake (sloop), 86:9

Drake Navigators Guild, 106:12

Draken Harald Hårfagre (Viking ship replica), 157:22–25, 157:22–25, 158:5–6, 158:6

Drakenlordh, Rikard

“Trade vs. Diplomacy: The Problem of the Free Port Marstrand During the American Revolution,” 153:38–41

Drakos, Peter, 117:8

Dramatic Line, 154:39–40

“Drawn to the Water,” 135:28–30

Dreadnaught (packet ship), 12:54–55

Dreadnought (ex-Kurt; renamed Moshulu). See Moshulu (ex-Dreadnought; ex-Kurt; renamed Oplag) (four-masted barque)

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

“The Dream: A Tall Ship for Galveston,” 15:15

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

dredge boats, decorative carvings on, 86:24–27

Drevitson, Neil, 129:38

Drezki (torpedo boat), 12:28

Driftmaster (catamaran), 33:18

Dring, Harrison J. “Harry,” 8:12, 12:41, 46:15, 49:34, 91:25–26, 142:11

Driscoll, Jeremiah Timothy, 69:40–41

Driver (clipper ship), 165:12

Drone Anti-Submarine Helicopter (DASH), 100:17

Droze, Kim, “OpSail 2000 Miami,” 85:19

Druett, Joan

“Rough Justice,” 105:15–17

“The Sailor’s Wife Ashore,” 85:42–45

“Whaling Wives, Sister Sailors”, 74:20–22

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

Drumeltan (four-masted bark), 8:6

Drummes, Daniel C.

“Ship Portraits: 150 Years of Ship’s China,” 64:32–33

Drummond, Maldwin, 19:19, 19:19

Druzhba (Soviet Merchant Marine square rigger), 55:7, 55:31, 55:31, 62:21, 62:22

Druzhba Brings US-Soviet Crew ‘Back to the Basics’”, 55:31

dry dock, 160:45

Du Fau, Lorenzo, 100:19–20, 100:20, 101:2–3

du Moulin, Edward, 115:40

du Moulin, Gary C.

“Sailing for All: Joe Lee and American’s First Public Community Sailing Program,” 130:20–25

du Moulin, Richard T., 95:5, 99:5, 104:32, 104:34, 107:6, 113:6, 117:8, 117:8, 125:12, 133:8, 133:8, 141:8, 141:9, 157:8, 161:10, 161:10, 161:11, 165:9, 165:9

“A Look Astern and the Course Ahead: A Conversation with Sir Robin Knox-Johnston,” 125:10–12

Duarry John, 165:22

Duarte, Augusto, 18:14

Dubai (yacht), 135:22

Dubloom, 12:41

DuBois, Lewis, 98:12

Dubose, John, 152:32

Dubuque, Iowa, 43:8–10

Dubuque River Museum, 68:32

Duc D’Aquitaine (French East Indiaman), 11:13

Duc de Bourgogne (French flagship), 132:23, 132:25

Duc de Duras. See Bonhomme Richard

Duchess (ex-City of Wilmington) (passenger steamer), 11:8, 13:47

Duchess of Albany (iron ship), 16:11, 16:34

Duchess of Richmond (Canadian liner), 65:20

Duchesse Anne (ex-Grossherzogin Elisabeth) (German full–rigged sail training ship), 2:10, 16:17, 16:17, 16:28, 48:16, 98:36, 98:36

Duckers (speedboat), 121:4

Duckworth, Barry, 41:36

Dudley, Donna, 135:8, 139:8

Dudley, William Sheldon, 76:37, 111:2, 135:8, 136:42, 138:44, 139:8, 143:44, 149:12, 163:47

“The Plight of the Chesapeake Mill,” 107:14

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

Dudley Docker (lifeboat), 142:32

Duemmer, Karl O., 46:9

Duet (gaff yawl), 71:40

Dufek, George, 7:33

Duffy, Francis James, 8:22–23, 11:19

Duffy, William P. (artist), 91:19

Duggan, Charles, 38:14–15

dugout canoes, 30:32–33, 61:16, 61:20–22. See also canoes

replicas of, 61:19

Duguay Trouin (renamed HMS Implacable) (two-decker line-of-battle ship), 7:16–18, 7:17, 7:18, 16:9, 83:51

Duhnen (renamed Yankee). See Yankee (ex-Duhnen) (Irving Johnson’s brigantine)

Duke, Oliver, 154:25

Duke, HMS, 121:24, 121:24

Duke de Chartres, 27:44

Duke of Atholl (RN lifeboat), 54:38

Duke of Edinburgh, HMS, 81:29

Duke of York, HMS (battleship), 27:8

Dunay (ex-Cristoforo Colombo) (full-rigged ship), 2:10

Dunbar-Nasmith, David, 76:38

Dunbaugh, Edwin L., 20:9–14

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

Dunbrody (three-masted barque), 88:21–23, 88:21–23

Dunbrody (three-masted barque replica), 88:23, 98:36

Dunbrody and the Spirit of Ireland,” 88:20

Duncan, Charles C., 33:35, 62:5

Duncan, Robert, 102:34

Duncrag (freighter), 26:4

Duncraig, 26:4

Dunkirk Little Ships Association, 69:37

“Dunkirk Revisited,” 55:12

Dunkirk’s Little Ships, 54:38, 55:0, 55:10–11, 55:12, 70:19, 162:43–45

Dunn, Paul Henry, 49:12

Dunn, Robert, 132:8

Dunne, William M. P., 77:40

“Tommaso & Antonio De Simone: A Neapolitan Niche in Americana,” 68:24–27

Dunsyre, 15:52

Dunton (fishing schooner/Gloucesterman). See L. A. Dunton (Gloucester fishing schooner)

Duplessis, Paul, 163:29

Duplex Drive (DD) tanks, 69:11–12

DuPont, Pete, 47:9

DuPont, Reesey, 156:44

DuPont, Samuel F., 156:24

Dupont, USS (four-piper destroyer), 87:36

Durgin, Calvin T., 71:18

Durrell, David, 4:33–35

Dutch East India Company, 101:38, 102:14–15, 129:22–23

Dutch flatboats, 128:4

Dutch seafaring, 60:0, 82:6–9

Dutch settlers, 164:32

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

Duwamish (fireboat), 95:40, 109:31, 109:31

Duyfken (Dutch jacht replica), 89:41, 102:0, 102:16–20, 102:16–20

Duyfken Replica Project, 102:16–20

“The Duyfken Replica,” 102:16–20

Dwyer, Austin (artist) 156:39, 156:39, 157:18–19, 163:33

Dynaship Corporation, 20:36

DZ-9 ships, 16:21