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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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E. A. Woodruff (snagboat), 74:13

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

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

“Each With Her Story to Tell,” 42:28–29

Eads, James Buchanan, 40:35

Eager, Barry W., 14:42

Eagle (WWII era), 101:13

Eagle (1851) (clipper), 70:0, 70:24

Eagle (gun ship), 11:13

Eagle (privateer schooner), 149:32–33

Eagle (US revenue cutter), 122:24, 139:13–14, 141:31, 153:0, 153:32–36

Eagle, HMS (Howe’s flagship), 5:14

Eagle, HMS (aircraft carrier), 56:13

Eagle, USS (brig,) 138:26, 148:21, 148:22, 148:23

Eagle (ex-Horst Wessel) (USCG three-masted barque), 2:10, 4:20, 5:14, 5:15, 5:21, 5:22, 5:28, 6:29, 7:27, 9:15, 12:37, 12:41, 13:34, 17:35, 18:21, 20:31, 20:36, 21:42, 22:33, 25:44, 28:40, 29:26, 33:28, 38:30, 39:34, 40:10, 40:25, 42:29, 45:20, 45:34, 49:4, 49:35, 52:24, 54:5, 57:15, 63:8, 63:9, 63:35, 63:36, 66:6, 70:20, 71:38, 73:32, 82:21, 85:4, 88:2, 123:10, 125:54, 133:9, 134:40, 137:5, 137:42, 139:29, 139:34, 139:47, 140:5, 140:40, 141:6, 143:40, 146:44, 147:13, 147:28, 147:45, 148:10, 153:36, 155:6, 155:11, 155:14, 156:17

(pictures), 4:0, 5:2, 11:0, 18:8–9, 33:28, 52:24, 58:30–31, 73:32, 81:17, 86:45, 86:47, 105:23, 108:19, 135:16–20, 136:0, 136:9, 136:20–22, 136:24, 137:42, 139:29, 153:33, 153:34–35, 164:14

75th anniversary, 135:16–20, 135:22, 135:22

Atlantic crossing, 136:20–22, 136:24

Burgess’s letter from a training run, 18:8–9, 18:21

in Europe, 23:17–18

International Sail Training races, 18:18–19, 29:26

in OpSail 1976, 4:11, 4:16, 4:18

in OpSail 1992, 52:36–37, 58:30–32

as OpSail 2000 flagship, 83:30–31

on postage stamp, 152:52

sail training aboard, 70:23, 84:36–38

sternboard and figurehead, 105:21–23

at Tall Ships in the Pacific, 11:10–11

voyage to US from Germany, 86:45–47

Eagle at 75,” 135:16–20

Eagle Bay (tanker), 150:52

Eakins, Thomas (artist), 59:23

Ean, James, 33:25, 55:7, 64:9, 69:20, 69:30

“Operation Education,” 41:30

“Saving the Intrepid for New York and the Nation,” 33:24–26

“Ties that Bind,” 50:40

Earl Bess (fishtug), 82:15

Earl of Egmont (schooner), 14:51

Earl of Pembroke (ex-Lord Sandwich; renamed Endeavour; renamed La Liberté) (Cook’s barque; Whitby collier), 11:13, 11:14, 50:14, 74:30–31, 76:2, 83:12, 83:12, 83:18, 85:39, 86:3, 89:41, 91:20, 102:16, 102:38, 111:32, 111:32, 144:42

“The Earl of Wilton: Protagonist for the America’s Cup,” 97:11

Earlton (British ship), 62:16

“Early Encounters on the Hudson,” 58:19–22

“Early History of the National Maritime Historical Society and the Kaiulani Project”

Part 1, 94:6–7

Part 2, 95:7–9

“Early Portuguese Voyages in the South Atlantic,” 45:15–17

Earnock (renamed Asia), (river barge), 20:19

Earnslaw (coal fired steamship), 43:4, 67:6–7

Earthwatch, 20:37

East Brother Light Station, 22:40

East Carolina University (ECU), 21:32, 116:24–25

East Coast Sail Trust, 34:22

East End Historical Seaport, 62:37

East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation, 85:51

East Hampton Maritime Museum, 8:29

East Hampton Town Marine Museum, 2:30

East Harlem Maritime School (EHMS), 57:19, 63:8–9, 70:6

East River, 123:0

East River Renaissance, 13:16–17, 15:51, 25:42

“East River Renaissance,” 13:16–17

East River waterway, 13:9–11

Eastern Shore (steamer), 127:32

Eastman, Seth (artist), 15:56

Eastman, Thomas H., 132:13

Eastman Kodak Company, 138:12

Easton, Adeline, 64:27, 64:28

Easton, Ansel, 64:27, 64:28

Eastward, 9:12

Eastwind (cutter), 26:4

Eastwood, R/V (research vessel), 9:10

Eaton, William, 105:12

Ebb Tide (schooner), 20:39, 23:23

Ebe (ex-San Giorgio) (brigantine), 3:6–7, 3:7

Eber (barque), on postage stamps, 59:30

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

Eckford, Henry, 31:49, 164:19–21, 164:20

Eclipse (steam launch), 131:9, 131:10, 131:10–11

Eclipse (steamboat), 74:25

Eclipse (yacht), 135:22, 135:23

Ecureuil Poitou-Charentes (sloop), 70:13, 70:40

Edgar (ex-Stettin) (steamer), 93:17

Edgar (whaleship), 18:41

Edgartown Yacht Club, 82:3

Edge, Walter E., 11:26

Edgerton, Harold E., 53:41

Edick, Stefan, 164:10

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

Edinburgh, HMS, 35:13

Edith L. Boudreau (Gloucester schooner), 49:11

Edlu (schooner yacht), 47:9

Edmee S. (log canoe), 40:34, 122:16

Edmond J. Moran (renamed Barbara Andrie) (tugboat), 25:22, 25:22

Edmonds Historical Museum, 21:35, 30:42

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

Edmund Fitzgerald, SS, 32:4

Edna (schooner-rigged cargo vessel), 30:3, 30:3, 40:3

Edna E. Lockwood (bugeye), 4:35, 5:29, 7:32, 14:11, 14:13, 15:49, 15:49, 86:24, 122:18, 122:19, 153:56, 160:51, 165:42, 165:42

Edna G (eastern rig dragger fishing vessel), 139:27

Edna G. (steam towboat/tugboat), 5:29, 8:14, 25:18, 26:30–31, 48:32–33

Edna McKnight (five-masted schooner), 15:40

Edson, USS (destroyer), 53:11, 109:34

“Educational Uses of Sail Training Vessels Conference,” 42:32

Edward III (king of England), 101:20

Edward VI (king of England), 48:19, 163:17

Edward (British ship), 101:22

Edward M (log boat), 13:48

Edward M. (oyster dredge), 5:29, 8:28, 25:46

Edward R. Baird, Jr. (ram schooner), 93:20

Edward Sewall (renamed Star of Shetland) (five-masted barque), 13:6, 14:4, 14:36, 28:47, 52:3, 53:43

Edwards, Edward, 121:20–25

Edwards, Everett J., 2:29–30

Edwards, John, 96:15

Edwards, Randall

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

Edwin & Maud (renamed Victory Chimes; renamed Domino Effect) (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

Edwin B. Fox, 57:36

Edwin Fox (East Indiaman), 2:8, 42:37, 61:5, 76:38

Eendracht, 82:6–7

Eendracht II, 71:40

Eerland, Willem (artist), 102:26

Eero, SS (ex-War Racoon), 81:3

  1. F. Zwicker (now Capt. James Cook; Gloucester schooner), 6:6

Effie M. Morrissey (renamed Ernestina; renamed Ernestina-Morrissey) (Gloucester fishing schooner), 4:3, 4:34, 5:1, 5:28, 5:33, 6:2–3, 6:4, 6:5, 7:3, 7:25, 8:1, 8:19, 9:15, 10:27, 10:28, 11:3, 11:32, 12:36–37, 12:38, 12:40, 13:23, 13:44, 15:48, 17:35, 18:58, 23:21, 24:3, 25:42, 25:53, 26:2, 26:3, 26:27, 26:30, 27:4, 27:14, 29:30, 32:33, 34:13, 34:38, 35:3, 42:12, 42:29, 46:6, 48:12, 49:4, 49:11, 49:12, 49:21, 50:31, 52:38, 54:40, 54:50, 55:7, 57:36, 59:33, 60:9, 60:17, 61:37, 66:25, 71:36, 71:36, 79:3, 81:2, 82:4, 83:3–4, 87:2, 87:6, 94:38, 101:13, 105:27, 111:32, 114:22, 119:40, 122:48, 125:21, 127:43, 144:49, 148:51, 150:5, 150:6, 152:5, 154:5, 154:49, 155:15, 156:13, 157:31, 163:14

(pictures), 5:31, 7:20, 8:19–21, 8:45, 9:29, 11:32, 12:40, 15:48, 18:14, 18:58, 23:46–47, 24:3, 26:27, 46:22–24, 49:21, 106:15–17, 114:22, 144:49, 148:27, 148:51, 149:4, 149:44, 151:10–11, 151:12, 151:14, 154:4, 154:49, 155:11, 155:48, 158:44–45, 163:14

attempt to sail, 5:31

as Cape Verde packet ship, 8:20–21, 8:29, 9:28–29, 9:30

celebrating anniversary of return to US, 159:45–46

in the Crystal Project, 101:12–13

history of, 106:15–17, 148:27–28

report on effort to return to US, 4:14–15

restoration, 124:47–48, 148:44, 149:44, 151:14, 155:48, 158:44–45

stabilization measures in Cape Verde, 18:14–15

voyages of, 7:20–21

Wells’s painting of, 23:46–47, 44:21

Effie M. Morrissey in the Pacific—a Letter from Sea, 1928,” 151:10–13

Effingham (frigate), 103:15, 103:16, 152:38

Egalité (Bantry Bay gig), 40:11, 51:9, 103:30

Egan, Albert “Bud,” 96:36

Egbert Benson, SS (Liberty ship), 54:5

Egdemir, Yüksel, 68:20

Egeli, Peter E. (artist), 108:35

Egell, Lisa (artist), 150:45

Egeria (Canadian wooden ship), 13:41, 34:36, 38:16

Egypt, SS, 129:33

Ehime Maru (Japanese training ship), 164:8, 164:11

Eidsheim, Ingvald, 84:17, 84:20, 84:18, 84:19

Eighth Destroyer Division, 99:0

Eilean Eisdale (puffer), 33:33

Einstein, Albert, 117:32

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 69:8, 69:9, 69:10, 69:12, 104:9

Eisenstaedt, Alfred (photographer), 113:37–38

El Cazador (Spanish ship), 68:36

El Constante (Spanish flagship), 19:38

El Estero, 35:13, 126:16–19, 127:5

El Estero Fire and How the US Coast Guard Helped Save New York Harbor,” 126:16–19

El Faro (container ship), 133:29, 153:54–55, 153:55, 154:5

El Morro Castle, 155:32, 155:34, 155:34

El Toro (renamed W. J. Harahan) (tugboat), 77:2

El Valle (steamer), 15:40

Elam, Dick

  “Say Again? A Look at Nautical Jargon,” 162:36–37

Elbe No. 3 (lightship), 2:31

Elbe No. 5, 129:15

Elcano, Juan Sebastian de, 79:33

Elcano. See Juan Sebastian de Elcano

Elda (cutter), 47:8

Eldridge, Asa, 154:38–40, 154:38, 157:6, 165:12

Eldridge, John, 154:38, 154:38, 154:40, 157:6

Eldridge, Oliver, 154:38, 154:38, 154:40, 154:41, 157:6

Eleanor (freighter), 101:13

Eleanor (renamed Wacouta) (auxiliary steam yacht), 68:26

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

Eleanora (gaff-sail schooner), 61:32, 116:42

Electra, USCG patrol boat, 33:35

“Elegy for John Lyman” (Donald K. Routh), 12:14

Eleonora (gaff-sail schooner), 91:39, 91:39, 93:38

Elf (topsail cutter), 126:4, 126:4

Elia, Richardo, 68:14, 68:16

Elinor, USS (freighter) (ex-General de Castlenau), 133:14, 133:15–18

Elinore (schooner), 35:31

Elise A. (lobster boat), 155:42–43

Elisha (steamer), 79:12–13

Elisha Lee (ex-Richard Peck) (freighter), 27:6, 29:5

Elissa (ex-Pioneer, ex-Christophoros, ex-Acheos, ex-Gustaf, ex-Fjeld) (barque), 2:8, 3:13, 4:19, 5:28, 7:5, 12:36–37, 12:41, 13:48, 15:1, 16:7, 18:14, 20:40, 21:32, 23:24, 24:31, 25:46, 26:2, 26:4, 26:14–15, 26:18–23, 26:30, 27:6, 28:3, 30:40, 31:57, 32:7, 38:36, 39:4, 39:34, 40:3, 40:11, 40:14–15, 41:2, 42:29, 43:39, 43:48, 46:6, 46:7, 48:11, 52:22, 53:42, 54:5, 60:9, 60:17, 71:6, 76:7, 76:37, 81:2, 81:21, 83:4, 90:20, 105:38, 125:51–52, 135:42–43, 150:6, 155:6, 155:15, 155:22, 156:13, 163:28

(pictures), 2:15, 4:31, 11:29, 13:43, 15:0, 15:1, 15:17, 15:18–21, 26:0, 26:14–15, 32:39, 38:36, 40:0, 40:14–15, 42:28, 43:49, 52:22, 93:10, 125:21, 125:51, 132:16–18, 135:43, 148:29, 160:20, 160:21, 163:28

deckhouse, 26:25

departing Piraeus, 13:43

first round of repairs, 26:18–23

first visit to Galveston, 15:22–23

in Galveston, 132:16

Galveston’s purchase of, 15:15

NASA sail training on, 160:20–22

purchase of, 15:12–14

relaunching, 11:29

restoration of, 11:29, 15:16–21, 19:40

under sail, 26:14–15

saving of, 15:13–14

sea career, 15:9–11

securing during hurricane Ike, 132:17–20

the ship and her people, 26:24–25

towing to Galveston, 15:21

under sail, 26:14–15, 40:14–15

Elissa III (lapstrake ship’s boat), 125:51

“The Elissa Departs Piraeus and Arrives at Gibraltar on Her Long Journey to Galveston,” 13:43

Elissa is Re-launched, With Her Aristocratic Nose Restored—and Much Else Besides,” 11:29

Elissa Sails,” 26:14–15, 40:14–15

Elissa: The Long Sea Career,” 15:9–11

Elissa: The Purchase of a Ship,” 15:12–13

“Elissa: The Ship and Her People,” 26:24–25

Eliza, Francisco de, 61:32

Eliza (schooner), 87:12, 153:34

Eliza Fernly (lifeboat), 52:11

Eliza Jane (schooner), 42:14

Elizabeth I (queen of England), 48:19, 48:22, 48:27, 48:28, 80:8, 80:9, 80:11, 81:12, 81:13–14, 82:6, 82:8, 119:15, 119:15

Elizabeth (colonization period ship), 45:32

Elizabeth (Drake’s ship), 80:10–11, 81:12, 143:16, 143:17–18

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

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

Elizabeth II (Walter Raleigh ship representation), 51:18, 90:4, 93:40, 109:15, 165:24

Elizabeth Island, 126:6, 127:7

Elizabeth Jonas (galleon), 48:24

on postage stamps, 59:30

Elizabeth Louise (steamboat), 18:45

Elizabeth Mary (yacht), 42:5

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

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

Elkins, Harvey, 142:25

Ella and Annie (renamed USS Malvern) (gunboat), 152:23–24, 152:24

Ellen (Norwegian barque), 64:28, 65:4

Ellen (sprit), 36:32

Ellen Jensen (ex-Wisla; ex-Elm Branch; renamed Furley Beeches) (steamer; turret ship), 22:4

Elliott, Bob, 144:52

Elliott, Jesse, 136:11, 138:24, 139:24–25, 144:15, 144:16–17, 144:19

Ellis, Gordon, 6:17

Ellis Island, 143:44

Ellis Island (ferry), 129:43–44

Ellis Island Museum, 143:44, 143:44

Elm Branch (ex-Wisla; ex-Ellen Jensen; renamed Furley Beeches) (steamer, turret ship), 22:4

Elmer S. Dailey (canal boat), 8:26

Elmes, Philip Robert

“Mr. Dickens’s Waterways Tour,” 74:14–16

“Opening the Great Lakes,” 47:17–20

Elphick, Peter

“A Lone, Slow Ship: The SS Parracombe Attempts a Mission to Malta,” 92:29–32

“World Ship Trust Report: The First Ten Years,” 54:12

Elsaesser, Armin E. III, 41:36, 41:36

Pride of Baltimore: To Teach as well as to Inspire,” 41:36–37

Elsie (fishing schooner model), 49:37

Elsie J. (fishing tug), 77:21

Elvira (barque), 15:9–10, 16:7

Emden (German cruiser), 86:4

Emerald (Nelson’s ship), 79:19, 98:10

Emergency Fleet Corporation (EFC), 158:29

Emery Rice (ex-USS Ranger; ex-Rockport; ex-Nantucket; ex-Bay State) (barque-rigged iron gunboat), 10:9, 20:13, 20:13, 46:20–21, 47:5, 47:50, 66:4, 65:4, 67:7, 68:5, 75:5, 107:17, 123:6, 123:15, 153:54, 153:54

“The Emery Rice Engine,” 46:20–21, 46:37

Emidy, Joseph Antonio, 145:34–37

Emilie (Danish wooden bark), 8:6

Emily (clipper ship), 8:4

Emily (steam schooner), 79:14

Emily Barratt (coasting ketch), 26:28

Emily Cooney (schooner), 49:22

Emily F. Whitney (downeaster), 72:21, 72:22, 72:22

Emily Reed, 8:6

Emily S. Baymore (schooner), 50:7

Eminent (ex-Empire Tessa; renamed Goliath) (tugboat), 25:18, 33:32

Emita II (Down East tug), 14:46

Emma (Cape Verde packet), 8:19

Emma C. Berry (Noank well smack fishing sloop), 5:6, 5:8, 5:28, 50:17, 96:19, 155:52, 155:53

Emma Claudina (three-masted schooner), 61:26, 119:37, 120:44

Emma F. Herriman (whaling ship), 51:5

Emma Giles (sidewheeler), 127:33

Emma Maersk (container ship), 148:15

Emmaline (schooner), 71:22

Emmel, John, 163:6

Emory Rice (ex-USS Tuscarora), 67:5

Empire (renamed Cervia) (tugboat), 25:18

Empire Ash (ex-Flying Fulmar; renamed Sea Alarm) (tugboat), 25:18

Empire Sandy, 164:30

Empire State (sail training ship), 80:4

Empire State, SS (renamed USNS Observation Island), 112:17, 112:17

Empire State Mariner, SS, 112:16

Empire State VI, TS, 161:8

Empire Tessa (ex-Eminent; renamed Goliath) (tugboat), 25:18, 33:32

Emporium (whaling ship), 51:5

Empress, 79:24

Empress (of St. Martins), 59:18

Empress of Britain (Canadian liner), 20:29, 65:20

Empress of China (merchant ship), 16:19, 16:33, 54:24, 87:12

Empress of Ireland, 7:22

Emulation, 36:15

“En Plein Air,” 156:34–37

Ena (barge), 55:0

Enchanté (Bantry Bay gig), 103:30

Enchantress (now Young America; ex-Romance) (brigantine square rigger), 3:10, 13:47, 15:50, 17:14–16, 7:17, 17:35, 18:14, 18:17, 18:20, 18:21, 20:36, 20:39, 22:34, 70:37

Enchantress (steel racing schooner), 93:35, 118:7

Encounter, HMS, 158:48

“Encouraging and Daunting: The State of Marine Archaeology in the United States and Canada Today,” 8:24–25

Endangered Maritime Resources (1994), 71:7

Endeavour (ex-Wellington) (Cook’s barque replica), 8:25, 17:29, 22:36, 25:43, 32:22, 32:36, 53:11, 68:32, 69:37, 72:9, 72:35, 74:4, 74:30–31, 82:36, 84:53, 85:28–29, 85:39, 86:3, 88:36, 88:36, 91:13, 92:0

fitting out, 74:32

Endeavour, HMS (ex-Earl of Pembroke; renamed Lord Sandwich, renamed La Liberté) (Cook’s barque; Whitby collier), 11:13, 11:14, 50:14, 74:30–31, 76:2, 83:12, 83:12, 83:18, 85:39, 86:3, 89:41, 91:20, 102:16, 102:38, 111:32, 111:32, 144:42

1768 fitting out, 74:33

replica of (New Endeavour), 20:42

Endeavour (J-class yacht), 50:35, 53:11, 72:9, 98:25, 99:36

Endeavour (space shuttle), 50:14, 74:4, 83:18, 144:42

Endeavour II (J-boat), 98:25

Endurance (Shackleton’s ship), 142:31–33

Endurance (survey ship), 35:37

“The Enduring Native Canoe,” 61:20–22

Endymion, HMS, 150:20, 150:21

Energy Independence, SS (coal-fired steam-powered cargo carrier), 29:30, 32:4

Engelman, Elysa

“Matthew Henson at the North Pole,” 117:34–37

“Thy Ashured Friend”: Paul Cuffe and His Maritime Mission,” 115:12–13

engines

Emery Rice, 46:20–21, 46:37

side-lever, 64:16

steam, 64:16

Sullivan, 77:2

walking beam, 64:16

English settlers, 164:32–33

Engstrom, Richard (artist), 20:46

Engvig, Olaf T.

Lancing, a Ship for the Record,” 124:30–33

“Last(ing) Iron Ships—Iron vs. Steel in Shipbuilding,” 133:34–37

“The Mighty Moshulu: In Extremis in 1947,” 62:46

“Norwegian Renaissance: Two Ships, a Shipyard and a Pioneering Legacy,” 101:32–33

Verdalen: A Living Legend of the Fjords,” 64:46–47

“‘Enough to Clutch at the Heart’: The Fribergs, Marine Artists,” 26:35

Enterprise, (1878) (steamer) 20:15

Enterprise (ex-Velma Lykes; now USTS Kennedy) (training ship), 126:40

Enterprise (J-boat), 98:24, 116:22

Enterprise (schooner), 105:11

Enterprise (schooner replica), 72:34

Enterprise (sloop), 53:29, 53:30, 53:31, 117:18

Enterprise, USS (aircraft carrier), 31:20, 56:26, 102:9, 102:9, 102:10–11, 102:12, 104:7, 138:31, 141:48

inactivation of, 141:48

Enterprize (schooner), 114:26, 116:11, 116:12, 129:18, 130:5

Enticer (luxury yacht), 76:37

Entrepreneur, 36:3

Enys, John, 117:17

Enza (catamaran), 70:40

Enza New Zealand, 66:25

Enzler, Jerome A.

“Riverfront Heritage and Development: The Case for Dubuque,” 43:8–10

Eolus (barquentine), 3:6

Epervier, HMS, 137:10, 137:10

Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities, 156:53

Eppleton Hall (paddlewheel tugboat), 3:30, 5:28, 8:7–9, 8:13, 8:14, 8:41–43, 9:17, 9:18, 11:35, 13:31, 19:23, 19:41, 25:18, 31:57, 38:11, 60:9, 76:38, 76:46–47, 155:15, 156:13

(pictures), 3:0, 3:40, 8:0, 8:7–8, 8:41–42, 11:35, 76:47

Eppleton Hall Encounters a Gale, The,” 8:41–43

“Eppleton Hall Revived: A Restorative Day aboard a unique Grasshopper-engine, Paddlewheel Tyneside Tug, Steaming, Wheezing and Clunking Round San Francisco Bay,” 8:7–8

Equator (schooner), 5:30, 38:32

Equator (steam tugboat), 8:14, 8:15

equator, ceremony upon crossing, 72:46–47

Equiano, Olaudah, 97:19, 97:19

Era (topsail schooner), 123:18, 123:19–20

Erawan, 5:21

Erebus, HMS, 121:14, 125:31, 159:40, 163:46, 163:46

bell from, 149:42

shipwreck, 149:42

sonar scan, 159:40

Erg, 4:7

Ericcson, William, 63:23

Ericksen, Ole, 126:17

Ericsson, John, 64:16

Ericsson, USS (screw frigate), 64:16

Ericsson raft, 99:3–4

Erie (slave ship), 126:5, 132:12

Erie Canal, 47:18, 58:22, 72:16–18, 73:37, 87:16, 93:40, 158:13, 158:13, 162:42–43, 165:4

Erie Canal boats, 4:22

Erie Canal Museum, 40:3

Erie House, 72:16–18

Erie L. Hackley (Great Lakes passenger steamer), 19:41

Erie Maritime Museum, 85:51, 106:37, 146:8, 146:8, 148:11

ErieQuest (shipwreck preserve), 81:45

Erik (steamer), 155:38

Erika, 5:20

Erikson, Gustaf/Gustav, 29:23, 61:8–9, 93:15–18, 93:18

family photos, 93:15, 93:18

Ermland (oil tanker), 26:3

“Ernest S. Dodge, Museum Builder,” 17:35

Ernest T. Lee (Cape Verde schooner), 9:28

Ernestina. See Ernestina/Morrissey

Ernestina/Morrissey (ex-Effie M. Morrissey, ex-Ernestina) (Gloucester fishing schooner), 4:3, 4:34, 5:1, 5:28, 5:33, 6:2–3, 6:4, 6:5, 7:3, 7:25, 8:1, 8:19, 9:15, 10:27, 10:28, 11:3, 11:32, 12:36–37, 12:38, 12:40, 13:23, 13:44, 15:48, 17:35, 18:58, 23:21, 24:3, 25:42, 25:53, 26:2, 26:3, 26:27, 26:30, 27:4, 27:14, 29:30, 32:33, 34:13, 34:38, 35:3, 42:12, 42:29, 46:6, 48:12, 49:4, 49:11, 49:12, 49:21, 50:31, 52:38, 54:40, 54:50, 55:7, 57:36, 59:33, 60:9, 60:17, 61:37, 66:25, 71:36, 71:36, 79:3, 81:2, 82:4, 83:3–4, 87:2, 87:6, 94:38, 101:13, 105:27, 111:32, 114:22, 119:40, 122:48, 125:21, 127:43, 144:49, 148:51, 150:5, 150:6, 152:5, 154:5, 154:49, 155:15, 156:13, 157:31, 163:14, 164:11, 165:25

(pictures), 5:31, 7:20, 8:19–21, 8:45, 9:29, 11:32, 12:40, 15:48, 18:14, 18:58, 23:46–47, 24:3, 26:27, 46:22–24, 49:21, 106:15–17, 114:22, 144:49, 148:27, 148:51, 149:4, 149:44, 151:10–11, 151:12, 151:14, 154:4, 154:49, 155:11, 155:48, 158:44–45, 163:14

attempt to sail, 5:31

as Cape Verde packet ship, 8:20–21, 8:29, 9:28–29, 9:30

celebrating anniversary of return to US, 159:45–46

in the Crystal Project, 101:12–13

history of, 106:15–17, 148:27–28

report on effort to return to US, 4:14–15

restoration, 124:47–48, 148:44, 149:44, 151:14, 155:48, 158:44–45

stabilization measures in Cape Verde, 18:14–15

voyages of, 7:20–21

Wells’s painting of, 23:46–47, 44:21

Ernestina-Morrissey Committee, 7:25

Ernestina/Morrissey Historical Association, 61:37

Ernestine Bennett Memorial Scholarship Program, 111:34

Erriba (tramp steamer), 32:15

Erskine, Thomas, 153:38–40

Erskine (ketch), 15:41

Erskine M. Phelps (four-masted barque), 12:13, 13:6, 14:4

Escanaba (US Coast Guard cutter), 53:43, 65:18

“Escape aboard Catalpa,” 117:13

Escola, Nannie M., 83:42

Esmeralda (ex-Don Juan de Austria) (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

Esopus (freighter), 37:15, 40:3

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

Esperance (French merchant schooner), 153:34

Esperanza, 18:17–18, 137:21

Esquimaux, HMS, 5:15

“The Essential Sailor on Ice: Tom Crean,” 142:30–33

Essex, Connecticut, 149:30–31, 149:34

Essex, Massachusetts, 49:14, 51:5, 159:19–20, 159:20, 159:22

Essex (whaleship), 21:31, 99:16, 125:19, 132:34, 136:12, 150:50

Essex (whaleship replica), 17:29

Essex, USS (frigate), 103:16, 105:11, 116:11, 116:12, 118:38, 129:16, 129:19, 134:14, 137:10–11, 146:20, 156:30

Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Museum, 94:39, 106:33. See also Essex Shipbuilding Museum

Essex Institute, 62:37

Essex Junior, 137:10–11

Essex Shipbuilding Museum, 5:33, 131:12, 131:14, 132:6, 159:22–23. See also Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Museum

“Essex Vessels Sail to Boston,” 159:19–20

Essex-class aircraft carriers, 33:24–25

Esso Baton Rouge, 68:12, 68:12

Esso Gettysburg, 136:39, 136:39

Ester Anita (schooner), 6:6

Esther (schooner), 81:39

Esther Buhne (schooner), 21:27, 22:12

Esther Johnson (steam schooner), 38:22–23, 38:23, 40:2, 41:19–20

“Esther Johnson Goes Off to War,” 38:22–23

Esther Lohse (topsail schooner), 16:28

Etak (ex-Juniata; renamed Te Vega) (steel schooner), 26:3

Etoile (topsail schooner), 16:16

Étoile Molene (Breton fishing ketch), 80:19

Etowah (steamer), 158:18

Etruria (steel freighter), 136:46

Eugene A. Greene, USS (destroyer), 65:11, 93:11

Eugene Eugenides (ex-Flying Clipper, ex-Sunbeam II) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:6, 37:33

Eugenia J. (schooner), 12:38

Euler, Leonhard, 153:14

Eunice H. Adams (schooner), 27:5

Euphrates (Liverpool ship), 60:29

Eureka (San Francisco Bay ferry), 4:26, 4:28, 5:28, 8:12–13, 8:13, 14:49, 22:40, 38:11, 63:37, 69:41, 69:41, 148:30

Europa (Dutch barque), 69:5

Europa, SS (steam turbine liner), 95:13, 110:11–12, 135:22, 135:22

Europe (British warship), 132:25, 132:26

“European Naval Power in the Sixteenth Century,” 48:18–20

European Research Council (ERC), 141:46

Euterpe (renamed Star of India). See Star of India (ex-Euterpe) (barque)

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

Eva Leeta (schooner), 68:5

Evangeline (coastwise liner), 40:34

Evangeline, SS (steamship), 119:6

Evangelista, Joe

“Where Sea Adventure Spreads Learning,” 104:32, 104:35–36

Evans, Edgar “Taff,” 142:30, 142:31

Evans, Leo, 70:7

Evans, Robley, 155:36

Evans, Thomas, 130:28

Evelina M. Goulart (Gloucester fishing schooner), 6:5, 49:11, 54:37, 56:35, 82:20, 131:12–14, 131:12, 131:13, 131:14, 132:5, 132:6

Evelyn, John, 135:26

Ever, Carl (artist), 21:38

Evergreens Cemetery (Brooklyn), 144:28–33, 145:5

Evers, Carl G. (artist), 6:0, 6:14, 15:54, 20:44–45, 31:0, 31:18–22, 94:26, 95:3

Evers, Jean

“Carl Evers,” 31:18–22

Evora, Pedro, 9:30

Ewald, Donna, 38:16

Ewald, John, 13:25

Ewin, William, 86:8

Ewing, Maurice, 4:35

Ewing, Steve

“USS Laffey and a Place Called Okinawa,” 73:14–16

Ewing, USCG cutter, 63:23

Exambion (American Export Lines liner), 65:22

Excalibur (American Export lines liner), 65:22

Exchange (Hog Islander ship), 15:5

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

Exemplar, SS, 129:35

Exermont, SS, 52:3

Exeter (American Export Lines liner), 65:22

Exeter, HMS (destroyer), 85:36, 158:48

Exeter Maritime Museum, 33:0, 33:13, 33:14, 37:4, 43:29, 100:34–35, 100:37

Exford, SS, 64:4

Exmouth, HMS (destroyer), 100:44

Exochorda, 65:22

Exodus (ex-President Warfield) (steamer), 2:35, 44:36

Experiment (Coast Survey schooner), 120:32, 120:32, 129:17

Experiment (Fitch’s steamboat), 64:13

Experiment (Hudson River sloop), 87:2, 87:12, 87:28, 87:29

voyage of, 87:28–29, 87:31

Experiment (Hudson River sloop replica), 85:7, 87:28, 88:4, 90:6, 163:47

Explorer (Union submarine), 108:4

Explorer, MS (geodetic survey vessel), 12:36

Explorer, MV, 124:5, 124:5

“Exploring Maritime Sydney,” 67:31–33

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

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

Expo’86 (Vancouver), 39:34

Expo ’98: “The Oceans, A Heritage for the Future,” 84:54

Export Bay (renamed Bay), 136:39, 136:39

Express Baltimore, SS, 140:13

Extrapolation (schooner), 108:6

Exxon Gettysburg, 136:39, 136:39

Exxon Valdez (supertanker), 128:35, 162:23, 162:27

Exy Johnson (brigantine), 94:37, 94:37, 95:20–22, 101:34, 128:44, 128:44, 152:19

Eye of the Wind (brig/brigantine), 10:21, 10:21, 11:31, 13:35, 13:35, 15:26–27, 15:26–27, 20:34, 25:11, 29:31, 62:18, 62:20, 62:26, 76:37, 77:36, 83:50, 95:34, 100:32, 100:33, 100:33

Eynon, David, 162:34

Ezra Zanzibar (US Army Corps of Engineers dredge), 134:5