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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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F. B. Thurber (steam canaler), 76:15

F. Laeisz Lines, See Laeisz Lines

Fabia (trawler), 101:11

Faerie Queen, 101:15

Faina, MV, 127:19, 127:20

Fair Jeanne (1980) (steel-hulled brigantine), 67:34, 67:34, 73:32, 74:36, 74:36, 95:34, 164:30

Fair Labor Standards Act, 160:30

Fair Lady (sailing vessel), 36:37

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

Fairfax, Donald M., 98:34, 132:13

Fairfax (transport ship), 101:12, 101:13

Fairfax, USS (ex-HMS Richmond; renamed Zhivuchi) (destroyer), 98:34–35, 100:16

Fairhaven (three-masted schooner), 9:27

Fairport, SS, 65:15

Fairweather (NOAA Coast survey ship), 151:5

Fairy (side-wheeler), 14:40

Faith P. Hanlon (log canoe), 32:11, 32:11

Falado von Rhodos (brigantine), 3:6

Falconer, William, 99:30–32

Fales, DeCoursey, 47:8

Falken (Swedish navy sail training schooner), 26:35, 37:33, 63:34, 83:50

Falkenburg, John O., 124:16–19

Falkland Islands Foundation, 34:36

Falkland Islands Museum, 76:38

Falkland Islands research project, 9:18

Fall River Line/Liners, 20:9–10, 21:2–3

Fall River Maritime Charter Public School, 109:37, 117:39

Fallon, William J., 158:10, 158:10, 159:8

Falls of Clyde (four-masted full-rigged ship), 2:8, 5:5, 5:19, 5:28, 6:38, 7:1, 8:28, 10:26, 13:25, 13:39, 15:13, 18:45, 19:4, 20:2, 20:31, 25:47, 27:38, 44:37, 46:15, 46:45, 52:16, 60:17, 68:5, 71:6, 76:7, 81:32, 81:34–35, 122:7, 123:4, 123:40–43, 124:4, 125:5, 125:48, 126:4, 132:5, 133:20, 133:37, 148:29, 150:6, 157:47, 160:48, 162:4, 164:53–54, 164:54

(pictures), 16:46, 61:26, 81:34–35, 123:40–43, 124:4, 133:20, 157:47, 160:48, 162:4

figurehead, 8:27

Falmouth, USS (sloop-of-war), 162:16

Falmouth Maritime Museum, 23:21, 36:32

Falmouth Packet (schooner), 123:26

Falstaff (full-rigged ship), 2:8, 2:15, 13:39, 13:39

Fame (jigger schooner), 105:38, 159:19–20, 159:19–20

Fame (reproduction Salem schooner), 138:8

Fannie Daugherty (skipjack), 122:4

Fannie J. (ex-Rebecca) (steam tug/tow converted to diesel), 8:14, 8:16

Fannie M. (gundalow), 12:37

Fanning, USS (destroyer), 100:16

Fanny Bell Atwood (Cape Verde packet), 8:21

Fanny Dutard (schooner), 21:27, 22:12

Fano (ex-Lillebaelt; ex-Astrea; renamed Prince Louis) (three-masted schooner), 3:9

Fanshaw Bay, USS (aircraft carrier), 71:16

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

Fanucchi, Dennis, 102:41

Faradym Sue, 49:31

Fargo, Thomas B., 164:8, 164:8, 164:11

Farquhar, Connor, 160:42

Farr, Bruce K., 138:10, 138:10, 139:8

Farr, Edward “Joe,” 105:41

Farr, Joseph, 29:5, 155:12

Farragut, David Glasgow, 40:34, 103:35, 129:19, 157:32, 157:33, 157:33

Farrar, Frank F.

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

“Winter Alongside,” 42:44–46

Farrell, James A., 102:41, 103:38

Farrell Lines, 129:34

Farrer, John, 119:13–14

Farringford (electric paddle ship), 22:37

Farwell, Robert D., 18:41

Fasbach, Linda, 102:41

“Fast Convoy Duty,” 35:23

Fastnet race (1979), 164:24

fathoms, 124:41, 150:47

Faujul, Maximo Jr. “Junior,” 79:4

Faulkner, Kevin, 135:44

Faunce, John, 163:17–18, 163:18, 163:19

Fauntleroy, USCS (brig), 120:33

Faust, Micah, 90:21, 90:21

Favorite (Great Lakes salvage vessel), 26:31

Fay, Michael, 103:38, 116:23

Fearless (ex-Rockwing; ex-Tapline; ex-Abqaiq) (tugboat), 25:19

Federal (tanker), 155:26–27

Federal Act of 1874, 57:12–14

Federal Art Project, 128:22

Federal Constitution (miniature ship), 54:37

Federal Hill, 5:5

Federal Maritime Commission, 156:48

Federal Maritime Commission Authorization Act (HR 4009), 57:35

Federalist (recreation), 76:22

Fegell, David, 103:5

Fehler, Johann-Heinrich, 142:16–22, 142:16, 142:19

Fehrman, Second Battle of, 41:26

Feininger, Lyonel (artist), 15:55

Felice, 61:46

Felice Corne, Michele (artist), 21:37

Felice Manin (leudo), 39:34, 40:16–19, 40:16–17

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

Felicité (Bantry Bay gig), 103:30, 103:31

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

Fenian Brotherhood, 95:18–19, 117:13

Fenian Ram (submarine), 12:28, 95:19

Fennia (renamed Champigny) (barquentine), 2:8, 4:30, 8:13, 11:29, 12:36, 13:38, 15:13, 16:17, 38:13, 46:7, 70:14, 93:15

Ferdinand R. Hassler (coastal mapping vessel), 121:44

Ferenca Ferdinand Foherczeg (ex-Rigo; ex-Leanyfalu; renamed Kossuth) (paddle steamer), 26:29

Ferguson, Kathi, “Through the Eyes of a Waterman—The Art of William E. Cummings,” 152:40–43

Fernández-Armesto, Felipe, 93:7, 93:7

Fernando II e Gloria (frigate), 26:29

Ferraro, Bob, 155:16, 156:13

Ferre (ex-Decoy) (destroyer), 31:2

Ferreira. See Cutty Sark (ex-Ferreira) (China clipper)

Ferreiro, Larrie D.

“Measure of the Earth: Navigation, Science, and the War of Jenkins’s Ear,” 137:18–21

Ferriero, David, 141:40

ferries

car ferries 29:5

Humber Ferry service, 22:37

Staten Island ferry, 10:10

Ferry Sloops, Inc., 20:42

Fessenden, USRC (side paddlewheel steamer), 130:34

Fetes de Pors Beach, 24:27

Fetesoff, Barbara, 10:22–23

Fewtrell, Richard, 29:5

Ficksman, Samantha, 90:20, 90:21

Fiddler’s Green, 101:29, 122:39

Fidelio (ocean racer), 156:11, 156:11

Fieffer, R. J. (custom container ship), 65:8

Field, Cyrus, 156:33

Field, Henry, 34:9

Field, Martha (Catharine Cole), 155:44–45, 156:43

Fielding, John, 24:26

Fields, William S.

“The Forgotten War Power: Letters of Marque and Reprisal and the United States Constitution,” 59:26–27

Fife, William, 98:24

Fife, USS, 145:52

“A Fifty-Year Building Program,” 44:40–41

The Fighting Sullivans (film), 163:54

figureheads, 81:27–29, 85:40, 96:22–25, 100:22, 101:15–18, 104:18–21, 114:18, 115:3

in miniature, 139:22–24

Queen Victoria, 94:32–33

Fijian proas, 100:37, 100:37

Files, Richard “Kip,” 93:22, 146:11, 146:11

Finamore, Daniel, 93:7, 111:2, 138:8, 138:8

“Across the Western Ocean: American Ships by Liverpool Artists,” 75:22–29

“Impressionists on the Water,” 145:26–30

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

Finback, USS (submarine), 10:10

Finch, HMS (gunboat sloop), 137:12, 148:21, 148:22

“Finding and Saving the Last Antique Freighters,” 44:42

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

“The Finding of Wavertree,” 20:18–23

Fingal (barque), 64:6

Finisterre (ocean racer/yawl), 47:8, 47:8, 47:10, 131:29, 156:11

Finland (barque), 93:16

Finland, USACT (US Army Chartered Transport), 161:20

Finlay, John K. Beekman, 97:8

Finn, Julian, 164:47

Finnerty, Peter J., 113:6, 119:10

Fir (wherry), 17:21

“Fire at Christmas,” 26:46–47

Fire Fighter (firefighting boat), 126:17, 126:18, 143:43, 143:44

Fire Island (lightship), 100:20

Fire King (fire-float) (renamed Sarah Elizabeth Banks), 135:6

“Fireboat Duwamish,” 109:31

Firebush, USCGC, 75:2, 144:5

Firefighter (fireboat), 149:6

“The First and Last Voyage of the St. Mary

Part I, 9:6–9

Part II, 10:14–17

“First Lady Harriet Rebecca Lane and the Cutters That Have Borne Her Name,” 163:16–20

“First Light on the Reefs,” 39:15–16

“First Maritime Preservation Conference Is Held Amid a Festival of Ships in Baltimore, June 24,” 8:22–23

First USA Riverfront Arts Center, 96:26

Firth, Tom, 49:35

Fischer, Anton Otto (artist), 13:50–53, 15:54, 16:0, 16:5, 17:9, 28:3, 30:12, 45:31, 64:31, 66:0, 70:14

Fish, Hamilton Jr., 59:4, 156:33

Fish, John, 107:19

fish. See sea animals

Fisher, George, 47:25

Fisher, John Arbuthnot “Jackie,” 65:32

Fisher, Zachary, 64:9, 91:40

Fisherman’s Memorial (Gloucester), 152:5

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

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

Fishery Conservation Zone, 16:21

“Fishing America’s Coasts,” 82:14

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

fishing industry, 82:14

in British Columbia, 82:18–19

on Cape Ann, 82:20–21

codfish, 22:10–12

in the Great Lakes, 82:15–16

shrimp, 156:42–43

Fitch, John, 40:33, 64:12, 87:14

FitzRoy, Robert, 90:11

Five Fathom (lightship), 5:29

Five Fathom Lightship and Museum, 16:37

Five Fathoms Bank lightship, 54:32

Fixed Seat/Open Water rowing, 56:32–33

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

fjordsteamers, 64:46–47

Fladen (ex-Olandsrev) (lightship), 2:33

flag signals, 19:4–5

Flagg, Thomas, “New York Central No. 16,” 116:36

flag-of-convenience ships, 77:9

Flagship Niagara League, 143:47

Flaherty (destroyer escort), 37:4

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

Flanagan, Sue Morrow, 54:9

“Igniting a Child’s Imagination,” 50:14

“Long Island Sound: Past to Present,” 50:22–23

Flansburg, Christopher, 121:40, 159:35

Flatow, Bernard, 101:36

Flavia (passenger ship), 156:12, 156:12

Fleet Rehabilitation and Modernization (FRAM) refits, 100:17

Fleetwing (Welsh brig), 13:41, 25:42

Fleetwing (yacht), 9:33, 89:24

Fleetwood, William C. Jr., 154:34–36

Flemming, Robert, 158:20–21

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

Fletcher, Francis, 143:17

Fletcher, Frank, 102:9, 102:12

Fletcher, USS (destroyer), 100:17

Fletcher-class destroyers, 100:16, 157:16

Flight (American merchantman), 139:12

flightless cormorant, 142:42–43

Flint, Charles R., 144:32–33

FLIP (non-propelled research vessel), 117:43, 117:43

Floating Foundation of Photography, 7:33

Floating the Apple, 86:5

“Flogging Wasn’t the Worst of It—Protecting America’s Seamen in the Waning Days of Sail,” 121:10–13

Flora, HMS, 36:28, 103:15

Florence (dragger), 29:31

Florence & Lillian (schooner), 50:7

Florence Griswold Museum, 36:38

“The Florence Griswold Museum,” 36:38

Flores (ex-Santo Andre; ex-Rickmer Rickmers; ex-Max; renamed Sagres) (sail training ship; three-masted full-rigged ship; re-rigged as a barque), 2:10, 26:29, 29:31, 32:21, 45:18–20, 45:18–19, 52:23, 52:23, 77:37, 91:12

Floria Elsie (sloop), 5:5

Florida (car ferry), 6:30

Florida (lightship), 39:16

Florida (paddler), 37:23

Florida (pilot schooner), 136:26

Florida (whaleship), 94:39

Florida (wooden steamboat), 73:37

Florida, CSS (Civil war shipwreck), 68:14, 68:33, 72:36

Florida Keys

coastal traffic along, 39:15–16

and the Key West Maritime Historical Society, 39:19

National Marine Sanctuary, 62:37

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, 62:37

Florida Maritime Museum, 23:24

“Florida’s Underwater Archaeological Preserves: History Beneath the Waves,” 138:36–38

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

Flow (trawler), 101:11

Flower Tugs of Amsterdam, 57:35

“The Flowering of a Hidden Agenda,” 17:47

Floyd, Dave, 162:24

Floyd, Dick, 162:24

Floyd, Don, 162:24, 162:26

Floyd Bennett Field (NY), 164:34–35, 164:34

Flyer (renamed Alaska Eagle), 37:32

Flying Bridge, 144:25–26, 144:26

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

Flying Cloud (clipper ship), 6:17, 30:35, 31:53, 38:9, 38:10, 52:26, 52:29, 53:11, 54:25, 70:13, 88:12, 88:13, 88:25, 102:41, 103:10, 123:28, 143:35, 143:35, 154:0, 154:6, 164:22

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

Flying Cloud (ex-Oiseau des Iles; three-masted auxiliary schooner), 16:17

Flying Cloud II replica, 8:17

Flying Cloud (log canoe), 32:11, 148:51, 148:51, 154:24–25, 154:24–25, 154:26, 154:27

Flying Cloud (clipper ship replica, half size), 17:29

flying fish, 132:36–37

Flying Fish (McKay clipper), 26:34

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

Flying Mist, 88:34

Flying-P Liners, (See also Laeisz Line) 89:30, 156:17, 156:18, 159:28–29

Foley, Brendan, 156:51, 156:52, 156:52, 156:53

Folger, Mayhew, 42:16–17, 42:16

“The Folk Art of Ships-in-Bottles,” 70:34–36

Folker, Frederick W., 130:28

folklife, maritime, 51:10–11

Follansbee, Joe

“Schooner Wawona,” 106:18

Fonson Ship, 28:20–22

Fontaneda, Hernando D’Escalante, 107:23

Fontenoy, Paul, 121:8

Foote, Percy Wright, 161:21

Foote, Shelby, 71:33

Foote, Timothy, 5:12–15

Foote, USS (renamed HMS Roxborough), 66:10, 66:10

Foote-class torpedo boats, 157:18

“‘For the Gallant Men of the Merchant Marine’: Wartime Training at the Seamen’s Church Institute’s Merchant Marine School,” 144:24–27

Forbes, Alexander, 101:10, 101:12–13

Forbes, Lyles

“A Unique Concours d’Elegance of Canoes,” 99:18–21

Forbes, Robert B., 31:50

Forbes Gallery, 52:25, 96:26

“Forbidden to Sail: The Steamship Portland, 1890–1898,” 107:16–18

Forceful (steam tugboat), 23:27, 25:19

Foresight (English warship), 48:24

Forest City (steamship), 107:16

Forest Dream four-masted barquentine), 6:2, 15:41, 70:12, 89:9

“A Forest of Assassins: The US Merchant Marine Under Fire During the Vietnam War,” 140:10–13

Forester (lumber schooner), 75:21

“Forging a Crew to Sail ‘Old Ironsides,’” 83:21–22

“The Forgotten War Power: Letters of Marque and Reprisal and the United States Constitution,” 59:26

“Former Pilot Schooners Set Sail in Puget Sound,” 72:28–29

Formidable, HMS, 81:29, 149:28

Forrestal, James, 112:16

Forrestal, USS (super carrier), 5:14, 94:21

Forrester, C. S., adaptations of Horatio Hornblower stories for movies, 88:39

Forrester, HMS (cruizer-class), 142:25

Forsythe, Henry, 31:57

Forsythe, James A., 17:20–21, 19:18, 19:18

Fort Bragg (steam schooner), 124:12

Fort Chimo, 101:11

Fort Independence, 158:34, 158:34

Fort Laramie (six-masted schooner), 1:34, 15:52

Fort McHenry, 87:15, 88:30, 140:17, 140:17, 140:18, 140:32

Fort Miami Heritage Society, 110:36

Fort Schuyler Maritime Alumni Association, 123:12

Fort Sumter, 158:12, 162:17

Fort Washington, Battle of, 98:7

Fort Winfield Scott, 129:6, 129:6

Forten, James, 116:16–17

Fortes, Alexander, 7:21

Fortier, Norman (photographer), 107:37

Fortuna (tugboat), 25:19, 25:19

Fortuna II, 18:17–18, 38:30

“Forty Years a Riverman,” 43:18–19

Forward, 70:39

Fosen Mekaniske Verksteder, 101:32–33

Foss, C. Arthur, 72:22

Foss, Charles, 22:11

Foss, John C.

“The Schooner American Eagle,” 49:22

Foss Maritime, 161:8

Foster, Benjamin, 123:25, 123:26–27

Foster, Gerald Sargent (artist), 128:24

Foster, Gregory

“Northwest Maritime Revival,” 61:16–19

Foster, Ken (artist), 20:46

Foster, Kevin J., 111:2

“Perilous Waters for Historic Ships,” 133:20–24

Foster, Queene Hooper

“James Gordon Bennett Leads Yachting onto the TransAtlantic Scene,” 89:23–27

Foster, Ted, 115:6

Foto (launch), 47:10

Foudroyant (ex-HMS Trincomalee) (frigate), 2:12, 2:14, 3:29, 7:17, 12:27, 23:21, 48:10, 54:37, 54:37, 99:36

Fougueuse (French privateer), 153:34

Foulke, Patricia

“Hong Kong Dragon Boat Races,” 79:30–31

“Sail Amsterdam 1990,” 56:30–31

Foulke, Robert

“Hong Kong Dragon Boat Races,” 79:30–31

“Odysseus’s Oar,” 96:9–12

“Sail Amsterdam 1990,” 56:30–31

Foundation for Coast Guard History, 91:38

Four Sisters Project, 54:15, 63:36

“The Four Sisters,” 54:15

“Fourth of July aboard ‘Old Ironsides,’” 120:10–11

Fowey Rocks Lighthouse, 39:16

Fowke, Edith, 47:26

Fowler, David, 113:6, 115:6, 117:8, 141:8, 153:51

Fox, George L., 65:18

Fox, Gustavus V., 156:23

Fox, Josiah, 122:24, 122:24

Fox, Sydney, 160:41

Fox, Uffa, 98:25

Fox, Walter, 95:28

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

Fox (ex-Allen A.), 22:12

Fox (Nelson’s ship) (frigate), 79:19, 79:20, 103:15

Fracasso, Stephanie (artist), 112:35

Fram (Amundsen’s ship; barquentine), 3:6, 5:9, 121:14, 133:37, 156:53

France, SS (renamed Norway) (Atlantic liner/cruise ship), 16:34, 19:38, 20:29, 52:3, 64:33, 104:38, 128:5

on postage stames, 59:30

Frances Elizabeth (pilot schooner), 104:38

Francis (tugboat), 80:21

Francis, Lesley Lee

“A Poet’s Daughter at Sea: the ‘Wander Bird’”, 129:10–15

Francis, Peter, 112:10

“Francis Drake at Cape Horn,” 80:12–13

“Francis Drake Sails for Freedom,” 80:8–11, 143:14–18

Francis Gelaldine (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

Francis J. Torrence (paddlewheeler), 11:37

Francis Scott Key (Liberty ship), 98:35

Francis Scott Key (submarine), 30:10

Francis Skiddy (Hudson River steamer), 10:10, 37:31

Franconia (Cunard liner), 65:20, 65:20, 67:46, 95:12

Francy (sloop), 24:30

Frank, Stuart M., 51:33

interview with Bill Gilkerson, 84:30–34

Frank, Susan, 35:13, 36:3

Frank, William P., 36:36

“Key West Maritime Historical Society for the Florida Keys,” 39:19

Frank A. Palmer (coal schooner), 139:26

Frank Bernard (Cape Verde schooner), 9:28

Frank Brainerd (three-masted schooner), 36:46

Frank Braynard (Cape Verde schooner), 9:29, 9:30

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

Frank F. Penny boatshop, 14:44

Frank Leaming (schooner), 50:7

Franklin, Benjamin, 153:24

Franklin, John, 156:30, 156:31, 156:32, 156:33

Franklin (CCG polar icebreaker), 139:31

Franklin (tugboat), 80:21

Franklin (whaleship), 79:12

Franklin, USS (aircraft carrier), 65:16, 72:5

Franklin D. Roosevelt, 30:9

Franklin D. Roosevelt Institute for Maritime and General Studies, 144:27

Franklin Expedition, 149:42, 159:40

Franklin Reinauer (tugboat), 80:22

Frantz, David, 84:26–27

Gazela of Philadelphia: A Bacalhoeiro Sails America’s East Coast,” 84:26–27, 84:51

Franzen, Anders, 27:24–25

Fraser, HMCS, 74:41

Fraser-Lee, Robert

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

Frassinelli, Graham, 136:7

Fraternité (launch), 51:9

Frayler, John

Friendship Promises New Life for the Salem Waterfront,” 72:32–33

Frazer, Alan, l, 81:46

Frazer, West (artist), 38:29

Frazier, Solomon, 147:19, 147:21

Freas, Camille

“Operation Education,” 41:30

“Fred Freeman: A distinguished artist and historian casts a loving look at life along the banks of the Connecticut River,” 36:28–30

“Fred Freeman: In Pursuit of the Deeper Satisfactions in the Truth,” 27:32–34

Fredensborg (slave ship), 156:29

Frederick Douglass Isaac Myers Maritime Park, 119:39

Frederick Funston (army transport troopship), 41:19

Frederick Lundy, M/V, 76:2

Fredericks, Morgan, 132:13

Fredericksburg, CSS (ironclad), 70:40

Fredonia (Gloucester fishing schooner), 49:30

Freedom (schooner), 4:17

Freedom (yacht), 116:22

Freelove (cat), 11:13, 83:11

Freeman, Frederick W. Jr. (artist), 6:10–11, 16:45, 16:48, 27:32–34, 30:21, 36:28–30, 43:48, 49:34

Freeman, Katie, 36:29

Freeman, O. H. “Doc,” 142:34

Freeman, Ralph, 57:9

“The Manchester Ship Canal,” 53:34–35

“Memories of the Liner Era,” 65:20–22

Freeman, Tom (artist), 99:26

Freer Gallery of Art, 113:34

Freiburg (landing craft), 30:10

freight tonnage, 58:11

French, Dave, 115:6

French Commission of Maritime History, 42:37

French Revolution, 85:12–13, 88:18

French Spoilation Cases, 113:19

Fresnel, Augustine-Jean, 126:36, 142:49

Fresnel lens, 142:49

Frey, Donald A.

“Treasures of the Sponge Divers,” 68:18–22

Friberg, Handel, 26:34–37

Friberg, Maggie, 26:34–37

Fricka (J-class racing yacht), 105:37

Frickers, Gordon (artist), 163:34

Fridtjof Nansen (three-masted topsail schooner), 68:33, 69:5

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

Friedman, Robert

Amsterdam II,” 50:38–39

Friedman, Thomas L., 158:10, 159:8

Friedrich (ex-Sam; renamed Merry) (ketch, formerly topsail schooner), 3:8

Friedrich der Grosse, SS (renamed USS Huron; renamed City of Honolulu) (ocean liner), 161:20, 161:22

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

Friendly Forrester (lifeboat), 18:46

Friends Good Will (topsail sloop), 143:48

Friends Good Will (topsail sloop replica), 107:34–35, 164:30

Friends of Alma and Historic Ships, 22:40, 23:24, 31:57

Friends of Boeckling, 27:39

Friends of Eppleton Hall, 8:9, 11:35

Friends of Ernestina, 18:15

Friends of Ernestina/Morrissey, 10:28, 13:44, 15:48, 24:27

Friends of Nobska, 13:45, 14:42, 23:21

Friends of Nobska Light, 161:52–53

Friends of Operation Drake, 13:35

Friends of the Alma, 8:13

Friends of the Boeckling, 20:42, 25:47

Friends of the Chesapeake National Water Trail, 111:34

Friends of the Cruiser Olympia, 133:20

Friends of the Falls of Clyde, 133:37, 157:47, 164:53

Friends of the Gaff Sail, 29:47

Friends of the Governor Stone, 165:32

Friends of the Hubbards, 51:15

Friends of the Kit Jones, Inc., 159:6

Friends of the Maritime Trust, 25:43

Friends of the South Street Seaport Museum, 13:12, 155:10, 156:13

Friends of the Wavertree, 23:23, 34:11

Friends of the Wicasset Schooners, 14:43, 19:4

Friendship, 11:13

Friendship (East Indiaman replica), 72:32–33, 74:35, 79:37, 86:36, 86:36

model, 72:33

Friendship Promises New Life for the Salem Waterfront,” 72:32–33

frigatebirds, 129:28–29

frigates, 103:13–16, 139:34

Amazon class, 30:9

Bremen class, 30:10

Frisius, Gemma, 66:18

Fritsch, Jim, 111:7

Friz, Ottmar H., 98:38

Frobisher, Martin, 55:24

Frolic (speedboat), 121:4

Frolic, USS, 137:10

“From Sea Scout to Master Mariner, Captain Arthur Kimberly Before his Romance,” 123:14–16

“From the Lakes to the World’s Oceans: Great Lakes Ships in Ocean Service,” 22:23–25

“From Ugly Duckling to Museum Ship,” 46:18–19

“From Weather Deck to Easel: Oswald Brett’s Sea Paintings,” 140:24–27

Frontiera, Mike, 140:46

Frost, Lesley, 129:10–11, 129:11, 129:13–14

Frost, Mark Edwin, 136:16–17, 136:16

frozen food industry, 82:20

Fryderyk Chopin (sail training brig), 62:22, 62:27, 62:28, 62:36, 63:34, 63:34, 77:37, 77:37

Frye Art Museum, 81:30

Frying Pan (tugboat), 80:22

fu-junk, 43:31. See also junks

Full Sea, Inc, 20:39, 24:29, 27:38

Fuller, Buckminster, 34:9

Fuller, John, 46:10, 146:13, 159:43

Fulton, Robert, 10:6, 10:8, 10:10, 64:13, 64:14, 87:14–15, 88:13, 105:26, 114:27, 119:36, 134:23–25, 134:23, 141:18, 141:34, 163:30, 163:32, 164:18. See also Clermont (aka North River Steamboat; Fulton’s steam prototype)

Fulton, USS (1837, side-wheel steamer), 162:16

Fulton (steamboat), 4:19, 74:16

Fulton (three-masted schooner), 3:31

Fulton I (ex-Demologos) (steamship), 64:14

Fulton Ferry Landing, 25:4, 25:42

Fulton Ferry Landing Museum, 20:39, 32:43

Fulton Fish Market, 49:11, 109:34

Fulton Projects, Inc., 107:37, 109:37

Fulton-Hudson-Champlain Quadricentenial celebration, 119:8

“Fulton’s Steamboat at Clermont, 1807: A Glimpse into the Artist’s Process,” 163:30–32

Fulwood (full-rigger; sistership to Wavertree), 20:2, 20:2, 26:10, 152:29

“Funding America’s Maritime Heritage––A New Proposal” (Runyan), 164:49

“Funding for America’s Maritime Heritage: Rounding the Bases,” 157:26–27

funerary boat of Pharaoh Cheops, 21:10

fur trade, 58:20

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

Furniss, William P., 143:30

Furor, 156:5

Furuseth, Andrew, 121:11, 121:11, 121:12, 121:13, 160:30

Fusaro, Maria, 141:46

Fuss, Charles M. Jr.

“SS American Victory: The Making of a Mariners’ Memorial,” 97:13–14