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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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G. A. Boeckling (steam sidewheel passenger ferry), 23:26, 25:47, 47:42, 52:41

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

G. W. Blunt White Library, 118:42

Gabel, Gernot

“Hamburg’s New International Maritime Museum,” 125:26–27

Gaby, James, 9:1, 9:4, 7:44–45

Gadal, Louis Stephan (artist), 133:32, 134:31, 145:32, 146:22–26

Gade, Harold, 83:40

Gage, Thomas, 103:13, 123:24

Gaia (Viking ship/Gokstad ship replica), 58:36, 58:36, 64:34, 64:34

Gaido, John Paul, 27:6, 27:6

Gainard, Joseph A., 159:10–14, 159:11, 160:5

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

Gaines, Edmund, 137:11

Gainey, Laura, 118:4, 118:4, 122:10, 122:11, 123:9, 123:10

Galapagos tortoise, 131:32–33

Galatea (ex-Clarastella, ex-Islamount, ex-Glenlee) (jubilee rigged barque), 2:8, 65:38, 66:25, 72:0, 76:38, 96:13

Galatea (plank-on-edge cutter), 98:24

Galatea (Spanish Navy training ship), 52:41

Galatea (yacht), 19:42, 89:27

Galatea, HMS, 152:38

Gale, Dave, “USS Adirondack: Then & Now,” 76:34–35

Galeno, Ciro Jr., 165:8

Galgan, Ig, 158:4

Galiano, Dionisio Alcalá, 61:33

Galilee Boat, 42:37

Galileo (Galilei), 66:19

Gallagher, Charles E., 4:18

Gallagher, Hugh, 18:38

Gallagher, Jerry, 137:6

Gallant (topsail schooner), 30:42

Gallant Planter (merchant ship), 38:24

Gallatin, Albert, 150:22, 151:22, 151:24, 153:30

Gallatin (Coast Survey schooner), 120:32

Gallatin (US revenue cutter), 139:10

Galleons Lap (schooner), 4:17, 14:24

Gallery, Dan, 37:4

“Gallery of Steam,” 64:20–22

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

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

Galveston Bay, 10:4

Galveston Historical Foundation, 4:30, 8:25, 23:24, 24:31, 25:46

Galveston Historical Society (GHS), 7:5, 132:16

“Galveston Takes on the Elissa,” 4:30–32

Galway Hookers, 38:33, 38:33, 39:34

Gambia, HMS (cruiser), 27:10

Gambier Bay, USS (CVE-73), 71:15, 71:16, 71:16, 71:17

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

Ganges, USS (sloop), 114:26, 153:34

Gann, Conrad, 49:31

Gann, Ernest K., (artist), 20:47, 130:6

Gann, George K., 130:6

Gannet (ex-Mercury, ex-HMS President, ex-HMS Gannet) (full-rigged ship), 2:14, 3:29, 12:28, 65:34

Gannon and Benjamin Marine Railway, 53:39

Garcia-Milian, Rolando, 148:18–19

Gardiner, Frank J. H. (artist), 35:38

Gardiner, Henry, 74:20

Gardiner, Polly Hubbard, 74:20–21

Gardner, Derek (artist), 35:38, 56:26–28

Gardner, G., 92:18

Gardner, John, 5:10, 5:10, 76:40

“Trust Youth, Give Them Room!” 24:5

Gardner, William, 116:22

Garland, Joseph E., 6:7, 34:13, 49:35, 121:32, 137:7, 137:7

“The Gloucestermen,” 49:13–15

Garland (iron barque), 13:41, 13:41

Garlandstone (coastal trading ketch), 3:30, 25:44, 26:28

Garlington, Ernest A., 121:15

Garnett, Paul (artist), 121:0, 129:8, 143:5, 143:5

“As In a Mirror,” 99:2325

Garrido, Jaime, 86:32

Garrison, William Lloyd, 97:17

Garst, Perry, 112:10

Garthpool (four-masted barque), 1:13, 1:16, 1:17, 48:39, 63:5

Garvey, Marcus, 10:27

Garvey, Marianne

“The Duyfken Replica,” 102:16–20

Garvey, Patrick J., 85:7, 92:5, 92:5, 97:6

Garvey, Robert (photographer)

“The Duyfken Replica,” 102:16–20

Gaspé, 42:30

Gates (unfinished galley), 53:31

Gateway National Recreation Area, 164:35, 164:36

Gaudio, Jennifer

Eagle at 75,” 135:16–20

Gault, Howard, 76:14

Gavotte (ketch), 13:16

Gay, Winckworth Alan (artist), 150:29

Gay Head (whaling ship), 51:5

Gazela. See Gazela of Philadelphia; Gazela Primeiro

Gazela of Philadelphia (formerly Gazela Primeiro; formerly Gazela) (Grand Banks three-masted barquentine), 3:5, 3:6, 5:15, 4:13, 4:35, 5:21, 5:31, 6:30, 7:31, 8:22, 8:26, 9:16, 9:17, 10:27, 11:33, 13:23, 13:47, 14:24, 14:43, 15:48, 15:50, 18:14, 18:21, 22:38–39, 23:23, 32:43, 33:33, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 47:11, 49:35, 51:35, 52:22, 53:42, 54:5, 55:34, 57:36, 60:38, 63:9, 63:34, 65:37, 69:37, 71:38, 73:32, 84:25, 84:26, 89:6, 91:12, 94:29, 97:36, 97:38, 116:37

(pictures), 11:33, 12:2, 13:23, 17:43–44, 42:28, 52:22, 62:26, 84:0, 84:51, 89:6, 94:29

in OpSail 76, 84:26–27, 84:51

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

Gazela Primeiro. See Gazela of Philadelphia (formerly Gazela Primeiro; formerly Gazela) (Grand Banks three-masted barquentine)

Gazzola, John J., 132:45, 132:45

Gearing, USS (destroyer), 100:16

Geary Gallery (Darien, CT), 79:29

Gedney, Thomas R., 120:32

Gedney (Coast Survey ship), 120:35

Geer, George, 119:32

Geesje van Urk (ketch-rigged charter vessel), 40:3

Gefell, David, 103:5

Gefion (ex-Karen Sorensen; ex-Amelir) (topsail schooner), 3:6

Gelidonya wreck, 8:24, 39:8, 39:10, 68:19

Gelsthorpe, Thomas

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

Gelychelig (brigantine), 153:39

Gen. Scott (brig), 36:16

General Armstrong (schooner privateer), 59:26

General Average (concept in maritime law), 128:33

General Blake (British brig), 139:10

General Brown (ex-Warrior) (frigate), 164:19

General Butler (sailing canalboat), 52:12–13, 52:12, 111:21, 111:23, 121:42

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

General Edwin M Patrick, USAT, 146:6

General Greene, USCG cutter, 5:29, 98:3

General Greene, USS (frigate), 103:16, 153:36

General Harrison (Gold Rush storeship), 102:29–31, 102:29

General Harrison: Portrait of a Gold Rush Storeship,” 102:29–31

General Harry Taylor (renamed General Hoyt S. Vanderberg), 128:7

General Hoyt S. Vanderberg (ex-USS General Harry Taylor), 128:7

General Hunter, 144:15, 144:17, 144:20

General Jackson, 74:19

General Matthews (Army mine planter), 33:3

General Nelson M. Walker, USNS, 140:11

General O. H. Ernst (steamer), 15:41

General Pickering (privateer), 59:26

General Slocum (steamer), 14:39

General Washington (privateer), 81:38

General William L. Hart (ferry), 136:9

“The Genesis of Tugboat Annie,” 25:55

Genesta (yacht), 14:51, 74:28, 76:26, 89:27, 158:23

Geneva May (skipjack), 5:29, 8:28, 13:48, 23:23

Gentleman (barque), 71:21

Geodesic Mission to the Equator, 137:18

Geohegan, John, 147:21

Georg Stage (renamed Joseph Conrad) (full-rigged ship). See Joseph Conrad (ex-Georg Stage) (full-rigged ship)

Georg Stage II (Danish sail training ship), 35:30, 35:30, 36:23, 37:33, 48:16, 48:17, 82:10–11, 82:11

George, Lloyd, 104:7

George, Mimi

“The Return of Lata: Building an Authentic Polynesian Voyaging Canoe,” 84:40–42

“George B. Douglas: A Passion for the Packard,” 56:8–11

George (brig), 153:34

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

George B. McClellan (schooner), 8:19

George C. Markham (lumber hooker), 77:21

George E. Cluett (schooner), 155:39

George Gress (coasting schooner), 123:14

George L. Olson (ex-Ryder Hanify) (steam schooner), 124:12–13, 124:12

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

George M. Barnard (ex-Art Union) (schoolship), 31:50

George M. Cox (passenger steamer), 47:31

George M. Verity (ex-SS Thorpe) (sternwheel river tugboat/towboat), 5:28, 25:18, 68:32

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

George Steers, 5:5

George Uhler, SS (Liberty ship), 72:5

George W. Campbell, USCG cutter, 110:16

George W. Collie (ex-Allegheny; renamed Norfolk) (skipjack), 14:24, 14:

George W. Elzey (coasting schooner), 15:41

George W. Roby (steamboat), 73:37

George W. Verity (sternwheel towboat), 8:14

George Washington (frigate), 112:12

George Washington, M/V, 128:29

George Washington (privateer), 69:29

George Washington (submarine), 80:33

George Washington, USAT (formerly SS George Washington; renamed USS Catlin), 69:30, 104:12, 112:17, 117:5–6, 119:6, 161:21, 161:22

George Washington, USS (renamed USS Catlin), 161:22, 162:7

Georgetown Slavery Archive, 165:22

Georgetown University, 165:22

Georgette, SS (steamship), 117:13

Georgia, CSS (Confederate ironclad), 16:37, 22:40

Georgia (square rigger), 18:17

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, 145:32

Georgia Underwater Archaeology Program, 106:37

Georgian Bay ‘94 Maritime Heritage Festival, 69:34

Georgic (British liner), 20:29, 65:21

Georgic, MV, 66:5

Georgios F. Andreadis (ex-SS Michael Casey) (Liberty ship), 35:28

Gerda III (Danish lighthouse tender), 82:36, 82:36

Gerlach, Horst, 35:22, 91:34

German, Andrew W.

“Seasoned and Weather-stained: How the Charles W. Morgan Lives at Age 150,” 60:10–12

German Küstenwache (Coast Guard), 139:31–32, 139:31

German navy, 31:10, 31:15. See also German U-boats

German Port Museum project, 156:16

German Search and Rescue (SAR), 139:32, 139:32

German U-boats, 31:58, 35:12, 35:24, 142:17, 143:27, 148:29

and the Battle of the Atlantic, 66:9

diagram, 67:12–13

rockets fired from, 80:33

and the Royal Navy, 67:10–11

Type IXC, 155:26

in World War I, 99:78

German U-boats by number

U-1, 12:28

U-9, 161:39

U-20, 34:38, 55:44

U-21, 74:8–9, 74:9

U-30, 159:10

U-50, 30:9

U-53, 55:44–45, 55:45, 56:44–45

U-58, 100:15–16

U-69, 36:4

U-85, 68:12

U-86, 161:21

U-90, 161:21

U-118, 66:15

U-123, 68:10

U-126, 36:4

U-140 (Kapitänleutnant Weddigen), 161:39–40, 161:39

U-151, 161:39

U-166, 100:44, 100:44

U-175, 66:12, 66:15

U-202, 65:17

U-215, 68:12

U-223, 65:18

U-234, 142:16–22, 142:20, 142:21

U-255, 92:3

U-234, 143:5

U-255, 92:3

U-352, 68:12, 153:22, 153:22

U-384, 143:5

U-402, 143:28

U-405, 67:12–14, 67:13

U-505, 5:28, 12:28, 35:41, 35:41, 37:4, 39:4, 68:5, 75:3, 148:29, 157:5–6, 157:6

U-506, 155:26, 155:26, 155:28–30

U-507, 155:26–30, 155:26, 155:30

U-552, 87:36, 113:15

U-558, 68:12

U-575, 159:14

U-604, 130:27

U-626, 143:27

U-652, 87:35

U-805, 142:18, 142:18

U-858, 142:18

U-861, 35:14, 35:15, 35:18, 35:18, 35:19

U-873, 142:21

U-873, 142:18

U-995, 105:18–19, 105:19, 113:13

U-1105, 74:10, 74:10

U-1226, 66:25

U-1228, 142:18

U-2540 (renamed Wilhelm Bauer) 29:30, 32:42

German Wasserzoll (Federal Customs Service), 139:31

Germania (packet ship), 165:13

Germanic, clipper card, 40:28

Gerr, Stanley

“A Hard Look at Wind Propulsion for Commercial Ships,” 20:7

“The Language of Command in Sail,” 4:44–47

letters, 7:5, 100:29

Sea Forum, 1:8–9

Gerson, Joe Ross, 113:9

Gertrude Abbott (schooner), 50:7

Gertrude DeCosta (schooner), 6:3

Gertrude L. Dailey (ex-Helen F. Riley) (canal boat), 4:22, 4:22

Gertrude L. Thebaud (Gloucester schooner), 18:58, 39:28, 41:34, 43:5, 49:16, 78:14, 82:25, 150:36

Gesner, Peter, 121:25

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

“Getting Historic Ships Off a Lee Shore: A Better Approach for the 21st Century,” 111:32

Ghibli (MARE research vessel), 100:39

“Ghost Ships of the Mothball Fleet,” 136:38–40

Ghosts of Cape Horn (film), 18:27, 19:19, 44:2, 77:4, 162:30

Ghosts of Cape Horn Observed,” 16:11

Ghosts of Cape Horn The Genesis of a New Film on the American Heritage in Sail,” 14:33

“Ghosts of Honor: Sea Trials for Columbus’s Ships,” 56:20

Giannotti, John (sculptor), 144:37, 144:37

Giannoulakis, Nikolas, 156:53

Gibbs, Francis, 1:33

Gibbs, George Jr., 146:32

Gibbs, Susan, 147:14, 147:14, 154:50–51, 165:25

Gibbs, William Francis, 147:14, 154:50

Giblin, Jim, 4:20

Gibson, Andrew E., 98:38

Gibson, Charles Dana, 35:12, 108:38

“The Crystal Project,” 101:10–13

“Is the History of the Mariners of World War II to Go Missing Without Trace?” 35:10

“Tracing American Merchant Vessels, Pre-20th Century,” 84:48–49

Gibson, E. Kay, 108:38

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

Gibson, Jacob, 143:10–13

Gibson Archive, 146:40–41

Giese, Otto, 67:12, 67:12, 67:14

Gifford, Sanford Robinson (artist), 37:23

Giglio Island Expedition, 34:37

Giglio Project, 67:16–20

Giglio ship, 57:20, 100:3940

gigs, Bantry Bay, 103:30–31

Gilchrist, John H., 54:36

Gildersleeve, Sylvester, 36:16

Gilkerson, William (author and artist), 12:0, 31:23, 38:29, 45:26–28, 88:3, 102:34

“Have You Ever Tried to Draw a Crocodile?” Interview with Stuart M. Frank, 84:30–34

“At Sea in the Pride of Baltimore,” 15:36–38

“The Ships of John Paul Jones,” 12:17–21

Gill, Ann M., 76:37

Gillen, Michael, 18:45, 60:20

“SS John W. Brown: The Ship’s People Speak,” 41:13–14

Gillette, Mary, 164:23

Gillmer, Thomas, 55:4, 76:5, 76:5

“Amending the Constitution,” 69:24–26

Gilpatric, Guy, 9:46–52

Gilt Dragon (misspelled as Guilt Dragon in text) (Vergulde Drae(c)k) (1656), shipwreck, 16:19, 20:42

Gimcrack (schooner), 97:8

Giorgio Cini (ex-Fantome II; ex-Belem) (barquentine, former 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

Giorgos Averoff (Greek armored cruiser), 148:26

Giovanni Batista (Italian passenger liner), 18:24

Gipsy (wherry), 17:21

Girl Scouts of America, 18:20, 20:36

Gjøa (Amundsen’s ship, gaff-rigged sloop), 129:26, 156:53, 156:54

Glacier, USS/USCGC (icebreaker), 97:39, 136:38, 136:38

Glacier Society, 97:39

Gladan (square rigger), 37:33, 83:50

Gladson, James, 87:5, 87:5, 95:21

Gladys (British barque), 61:27

Glang, Gerd, 140:40, 140:40

Glasgow (British cruiser), 65:16

glass painting, 15:5

GlassBarge (canal barge), 163:52, 163:52

Glassford, William A., 100:23

Gleam (sloop), 40:11

Gleason, Joe (artist), 143:46–47

Gleason, Kelly, “Whaling Shipwrecks in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands: the 2008 Maritime Heritage Archaeological Expedition to the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument,” 125:14–19

Gleason, Thomas W., 64:38

Gleaves, Albert, 161:18, 161:19, 161:20, 161:21

Gledstanes (whaleship), 112:9, 125:15, 125:17, 127:22–26

Glenapp (freighter), 65:16–17

Glencannon, Colin, 9:46

Glencannon Collection, 109:34

Glencannon Society, 70:33

Glengowan (three-masted full-rigged ship), 133:35–36, 133:35

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

Glenn L. Swetman (oyster schooner), 148:56

Gli Gli (Carib-built sailing dugout canoe), 124:39

Gliedman, Anthony (author), 13:14

“Globalization and the Golden Gate,” 117:22–25

Globe (privateer), 142:25

Globe (storeship), 38:20

Gloire (French cruiser), 65:16

Gloire (ironclad frigate), 44:22

Glomar Explorer (lifting vessel), 9:12

Gloria (Colombian navy sail training barque), 2:11, 4:11, 6:29, 18:17, 25:53, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 42:28, 52:23, 52:23, 54:15, 54:15, 62:21, 63:36

Gloriana (yacht), 115:27, 116:21

Glory (frigate), 99:31

Glory (schooner), 92:14

Glory of the Seas (clipper ship), 6:0, 6:15, 10:4, 30:17, 88:14–15, 88:15

figurehead, 104:19

Gloucester, USS (ex-Corsair) (yacht), 99:3

Gloucester Adventure, Inc., 121:32, 159:22

Gloucester Fisheries Commission, 82:20

“Gloucester Fishermen Baited by Klondike Gold,” 131:8–11

Gloucester Fishermens Museum, 15:50, 21:31

Gloucester Harbor, 82:0

Gloucester International Dory Racing Committee (GIDRC), 140:46

Gloucester Mining Company, 131:8–10

Gloucester Schooner Race, 105:38, 159:0

“Gloucester Ships and Fishermen, the Art of Thomas Hoyne,” 112:30–34

Gloucestermen, 49:13–15, 51:5, 82:0

“The Gloucestermen,” 49:13–15

“Gloucester’s Adventure,” 49:16, 121:30–33

Gloucester’s Fisherman’s Memorial, 152:5

Glowacki, Heidi, 49:30, 49:31

Gluecksburg (landing craft), 30:10

Gneisenau (German battleship), 26:3

“‘Go to H—l you d—-d Yankee Son of a B—ch’: A Gold Rush Voyage Journal,” 149:20–24

Goat Island Museum, 23:27

Goben, Richard, 118:14, 118:14

Gochberg, Lettie, 57:9

Gochberg, Thomas J., 55:7, 57:9

Goddard, David, 33:10–11, 100:34

Godin, Louis, 137:18, 137:20

Godin des Odonais, Jean-Baptists, 137:20

Godinho, Jose, 8:19

Godown, Lester, 35:17

Godspeed (Jamestown ship), 14:23, 17:28, 40:6, 45:32, 121:4

Godspeed (Jamestown barque recreation), 7:31, 8:17, 11:35, 14:23, 17:25, 17:28, 36:36, 39:33, 76:22, 77:41, 95:36, 108:40, 115:35, 115:35, 118:39–40, 118:39, 119:18–21, 119:18–21, 120:6, 131:36, 147:28, 152:6, 157:14

Godthaab (renamed Hvitebjorn) (Polar exploration ship), 28:30

Goethals, George, 158:29

Goin, Thomas, 31:49

Goings, Richard “Likeke,” 90:20, 90:21, 90:22

Gokstad Viking ship, 19:39, 19:41, 153:16, 157:23

Gokstad Viking ship replica, 17:26–27, 17:29, 157:23

Gold Rushes

Alaskan (Klondike), 131:8–11, 146:31

Australian, 154:40

Californian, 38:9, 38:14, 38:20, 88:36, 102:29–31, 117:23, 137:22–25, 143:30, 149:20–24, 154:40, 162:32

Goldcrest (minesweeper), 44:50

Golden Bear (training ship), 126:10, 154:32, 154:32

Golden Dubloon (ex-Astrid) (galleon replica), 17:29

Golden Gate Bridge, 117:0

Golden Gate National Recreation Area, 22:41, 38:11

Golden Hind (renamed Annyah) (Scottish composite schooner), 30:22

Golden Hinde (ex-Pelican; Drake’s flagship), 3:13, 12:27, 15:25, 15:25, 15:26–27, 20:34, 38:3, 61:26, 70:12, 70:12, 80:8, 80:10–11, 80:11, 80:12, 81:12, 82:6, 97:16, 106:10–11, 106:10, 119:12, 119:14, 122:7, 143:14, 143:15, 143:16, 143:17–18, 143:17

Golden Hinde (Drake’s flagship replica), 8:17, 14:49, 20:34, 43:32, 17:25, 17:28, 17:29, 62:24, 80:8, 80:36, 143:14

Golden Plover (ex-Plover) (brigantine), 20:42

“Golden Vanity” (sea song), 77:10–12, 78:2–3

Golden Vanity (yacht), 10:32

Goldenhorn, 58:38

Goldenrod (showboat), 5:29

Goldman, Robert, 160:32–34, 160:32

Goliah. See also Goliath (square-rigged ship)

Goliah (sidewheeler tugboat), 10:22, 130:16

Goliath (square-rigged ship), 27:4, 27:44, 128:14

Goliath, HMS, 85:32, 85:62–63, 85:63, 141:28

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

Gomes, John, 7:20

Gomez, Gregorio, 164:19, 164:20

Gondola (iron steamer), 19:41, 19:41

Gondola (yacht), 17:35

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

goney birds, 136:36–37

Gonsalves, John T., 134:17

Gonzales, Elvira, 48:14

Goo, Ernie, 140:13

“‘Good Duty’: Robert G. Albion Recalled,” 33:8

Goode, Alexander D., 65:18

Goodeve, Charles Frederick, 71:5

Goodrich, A. E., 40:33–34

Goodrich, Caspar, 125:42

Goodspeed, William, 36:16

Goodtime (steamer), 55:29

Goodwill (yacht), 133:6

GoogleBooks, 158:50

Goold-Adams, Richard, 64:17

Goos, Pieter, map, 87:22

gooseberries, 69:18–19

Goosen, Fritz (artist), 91:18

Gorch Fock (renamed Tovarishch) (three-masted barque) 2:7, 2:10, 2:12, 4:11, 5:20, 5:21, 6:29, 11:9, 16:28, 18:18–19, 28:40, 29:26, 33:28, 33:30, 33:33, 37:33, 38:30, 45:34, 52:23, 52:23, 52:46, 56:31, 58:30, 62:26, 63:35, 64:24–25, 70:23, 77:37, 88:32, 91:37–38, 95:34, 134:43–44, 134:43, 135:16, 135:17, 135:22, 135:22

Gorch Fock II (three-masted barque), 33:28, 58:32, 70:20, 94:28

Gordon, Nathaniel, 126:5

Gordon, Stephani, 144:43, 144:43

“Gordon Hope Grant,” 116:26–29

Gore, John, 11:16

Gorgas, William, 148:19, 148:19

Gorgon, HMS, 121:24

Gorin, Henry Jerome (artist), 20:47

Gorman, Michael, 165:42

Goslin, Wilfred, 41:13

Gosling, Donald, 140:22

Gosnold, Bartholomew, 42:8–10

“Gosnold Voyage of 1602: An Introduction,” 42:8–10

Gotham (tugboat), 71:38, 80:20, 80:21, 80:22, 80:22

Götheborg (East Indiaman replica), 76:36

Gothenburg Museum, 2:33

Gouda, Mohamed, 128:29

Gouden Leeuw, 34:33, 60:0

Gough, Barry, 77:41

Gould, Dorothea, 153:44

Goulder, Cindy, 155:14

Gov. Irwin, 150:11

Governor, MV, 159:31

Governor Fuller, 4:3

Governor Stone (Gulf coast schooner), 4:9, 20:40, 47:5, 68:32, 68:32, 91:22, 165:32, 165:32

Governor Williams (lateen-rigged galley), 151:24–25

Governor’s Cup, 154:23, 154:25

Governors Island, 144:5–6

Grace, William R., 144:32

Grace (peapod), 125:51

Grace (steam yacht), 150:52–53

Grace Bailey (windjammer schooner), 60:16, 60:17, 93:22

Grace D. Boehner (Gloucester schooner), 6:5, 5:30

Grace Dieu (shipwreck), 153:48

Grace Harwar (British three-master), 3:20, 3:21, 16:47, 18:58, 26:35, 32:17, 32:17, 32:26

Grace L. Fears (fishing schooner), 131:8

Grace Seymour (schooner), 36:16

Gracie S. (renamed Wanderer) (pilot schooner), 59:6, 86:3

Grady, John, 156:30–33

Graf Spee (battleship), 30:8

graffiti, historic, 82:33

Graham, Barbara, 118:13, 118:13

Graham, Calvin, 105:27

Graham, James W., 100:20, 101:3, 118:10–13, 118:13

Grahn, Dick, 163:10

grampus, 130:36–37

Grampus (plumb-stem research schooner), 49:11, 49:15

Grand Banks fishing vessels (Gloucestermen), 49:0, 84:0

Grand Banks Schooner Museum, 32:42

Grand Banks Schooner Trust, 150:39

Grand Canal (China), 147:11

Grand Central Art Galleries, 38:29

Grand Luxe (megayacht), 121:46, 121:46

Grand Marshal (knockabout schooner), 18:58

Grand Panorama of a Whaling Voyage, ‘Round the World, 164:52–53, 164:53

Grand Republic (steamboat), 27:39

Grand Turk (privateer), 59:27

Grandee (downeaster), 72:22

“Grandfather and the ‘Mystery Ship’”, 90:29–31

Grant, Gordon Hope (artist), 51:5, 116:26–29

Grant, Patrick, 155:32–37

Grant, Stephen H.

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

Grant, Ulysses S., rowing skiff belonging to, 107:36–37

Grant, W. N., 131:10

Grant, USAT (ex-USS Madawaska), 161:19, 161:21, 161:22

Grassby, Richard

“The Ships of James Edward Buttersworth,” 70:24–26

Grau, Miguel, 94:18

Graves, Donald E.

“Peter Rindlisbacher, Sailor and Master of Marine Art, Takes on the Battle of Lake Erie,” 144:20–22

Graves, James C., 130:23

Graves, Samuel, 123:24, 123:27

Graves of Arthur Kill (documentary), 155:56

Gray, Jack L. (artist), 76:0

Gray, Jim (artist), 19:31, 61:28

Gray, Mrs. Solomon, 74:20

Gray, Robert, 43:20, 61:16, 61:32, 61:32–33, 61:46, 86:11

Gray, Solomon, 74:20

Gray Ranger, SS (oiler), 64:4

Gray’s Harbor Historical Seaport, 53:42, 64:36

“Greasy Luck for the Charles W. Morgan: A New Idea—Doing Things the Old Way,” 96:16–17

Great Admiral (clipper), 114:16

“‘The Great Age of Sail’: A Remarkable Sampling of the World’s Great Marine Art from England’s National Maritime Museum Will Come to America in 1992,” 60:22–29

Great American (trimaran), 70:40

Great American II (trimaran sailboat), 104:32, 104:32, 104:34–35, 104:34, 107:6

Great Auks, 151:40–41

Great Britain (full-rigged ship), 2:8, 2:9, 2:33, 4:5, 4:7, 5:27, 7:3, 15:13, 18:38, 20:18, 48:35, 59:30, 104:4

figurehead and trailboard decorations, 57:5

mizzenmast, 104:4

Great Britain (iron steamer), 3:30, 11:31, 13:38, 24:27, 46:14, 48:10–11, 51:36, 52:29, 64:12, 64:15, 64:15, 64:16–17, 67:5, 76:7, 76:38, 78:16, 80:4, 83:51, 88:13, 133:35

Great Britain (ocean liner), 38:13

Great Britain (steam clipper), 7:3

Great Britain II, 5:20

Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race, 89:39, 92:12–14, 113:35–36

Great Cove Square, 2:4–5, 2:4–5

Great Eastern (iron steamship), 2:33, 23:21, 32:41, 76:28

clipper card, 40:28

Great Hudson River Revival, 20:42

Great International Steamboat Flotilla, 28:34

Great Lakes, 121:35

early exploration, 47:17–20

Great Lakes Fishery, 82:15–16

Great Lakes fishing boats (schooners), 47:0, 101:0

“Great Lakes Ghost Ship: The Cornelia B. Windiate,” 121:35

Great Lakes Historic Ships Research Project (GLHSRP), 47:41–42

Great Lakes Historical Society, 75:34, 94:39, 113:35, 120:40, 120:43, 147:43

Great Lakes Lighthouse Museum, 88:39

Great Lakes Maritime Academy, 119:39, 157:27, 163:43

Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Centre, 90:39

Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Centre Project, 104:38

Great Lakes Maritime Museum, 40:35, 47:46

“Great Lakes Maritime Music,” 47:28–29

Great Lakes ships, 22:0, 22:23–25

Great Lakes Tall Ships Challenge, 143:47

Great Ocean Race, 89:0, 89:24–25, 89:24–25

Great Republic (clipper ship), 31:50, 71:12, 88:26, 130:46, 130:46, 155:21, 163:38

Great Republic (four-masted barque), 88:13, 122:7

Great Republic (refrigerated freighter), 46:5

Great Republic (sloop), 4:3, 5:29, 6:3, 6:7, 6:7, 12:36, 21:31, 131:9

Great Republic (steamer), 57:29

“The Great Republic Will Not Die!” 6:7

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

Great Transatlantic Race of 1866, 131:22–23, 131:22–23

Great Western (fishing sloop), 131:9

Great Western (steamship), 64:0, 64:14, 64:15, 64:16, 64:20, 88:13

Great White Fleet, 138:29

Greater Buffalo (Caribbean cruise ship), 40:34

Greater Detroit (Caribbean cruise ship), 40:34

“Greatest Port That Never Was, The: The Environmental History of Jamaica Bay” (Vann), 164:22–26

“The Greatest Race of All,” 43:13

Grebe (minesweeper), 15:48

Grecian (Baltimore clipper), 14:53, 14:53

“Greece and the Sea,” 73:13

Greek merchant marine, 35:4

Greek sailing vessels, 70:39, 72:14–15, 73:10, 73:13

Greely, Adolphus, 121:14–18, 121:18, 146:28

Greely Expedition, 122:5

Green, Burchenal, 97:6, 117:4, 117:4, 132:34, 138:44, 141:8, 144:8, 153:51, 154:12, 157:8, 161:10, 161:15, 161:15, 163:13, 165:8

Green, Cathy

“Great Lakes Ghost Ship: The Cornelia B. Windiate,” 121:35

Green, Edward Howland Robinson, 72:20, 119:5–6, 134:17

Green, Fitzhugh, 155:38

Green, Joseph C., 10:41, 10:42

Green, Philip S., 19:19, 19:19

Green, Russ, 134:37, 134:37

Greene, Mark (artist), 6:17, 16:49, 19:32, 29:38, 41:29, 48:38

Greene, Mary (Becker), 53:36, 53:37

Greene, Mary L.

“The Society for Seamen’s Children,” 42:34

Greene, Nathanael, 98:12

Greene, Tom R., 53:36–38

Greenert, Jonathan, 149:12, 150:43, 150:43, 151:9, 163:11, 163:11

Greeneville, USS (submarine), 164:8, 164:11

Greenfish, USS, 142:21

Greenhill, Basil, 40:26–27, 105:41

Greenhithe (barge), 34:24

Greenland Air Gap, 143:27

Greenland Patrol, 146:32

Greenpeace, 137:42

Greenport (ex-New Jersey; ex-Princess Anne), 11:8

Greentree, Walker, 145:39

Greenway, Ambrose Lord, 119:34, 121:8, 121:8

Greenwich (tugboat), 76:12, 76:14

Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), 66:20

Greenwich Seamen’s Hospital, 135:26

Greenwich Workshop Gallery, 34:34

Greenwood (steam schooner), 79:14

Greer, USS (four-piper destroyer), 87:35–36

Gregor, George, 103:6

Greif (ex-Wilhelm Peck) (brigantine), 3:10, 3:10, 65:39

Grenada, 71:40

Grenier, Robert, 8:24, 153:18

Grennell, Thomas, 98:12

Grenville, Richard, 55:24

Gretel (yacht), 158:25

Gretel II (yacht), 67:33

Grethe (renamed Romance) (brigantine), 3:9, 124:20–24, 124:27

Gribbins, Joe, 98:38

Gribble, Bernard R. (artist), 99:0

Gridley, Charles Vernon, 94:10, 94:12, 148:4

Griffis, Nixon, 70:40–41

Griffith, Edward (artist), 102:25

Griffith, Thomas, 165:36

Griffiths, Jim (artist), 91:22, 121:46, 147:34, 153:42

Griffiths, John Willis, 88:9, 89:3, 98:22, 104:33, 145:5, 146:6, 148:4, 156:8, 156:8

Griffon (LaSalle expedition), 47:17

Grille (Hitler’s yacht), 64:4

Grimes, James W., 156:23–24

Grimm, Michael G., 142:52

Grinnell, Henry, 156:32, 156:33

Grinnell, Russell Jr., 7:12, 49:12

Grinnell Expeditions, 156:32, 156:33

Griswold, John, 36:11

Grönland (gaff-rigged cutter), 24:24

Groos, David, 15:14

Groote Beer (gaff-headed sloop), 22:41

Groseclose, Hugh, 95:28

Grosse Point Light Station, 88:39

Grossherzogin Elisabeth (now Duchess Anne; full-rigged ship) (1901) , 2:10, 16:17, 16:17, 16:28, 98:36, 98:36

Grossherzogin Elisabeth (ex-San Antonio, ex-Ariadne) (1907) (schooner), 48:16

Grotius, Hugo, 128:34

Grover, Gretchen

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

Groves, John (artist), 35:38, 38:24–26, 38:26

Growler, USS (guided missile submarine), 92:38, 117:41

Growler, USS (schooner), 138:23

Gruber, Elliott, 142:49, 142:49, 155:55

Grunion, USS (submarine), 117:41–42

Grymes, Johnson, 154:24–25

Guadalcanal, Battle of, 65:37

Guadalcanal, USS (escort carrier, CVE 60), 37:4, 66:14, 66:14, 68:5, 73:36, 75:3, 157:5, 157:6

Guadlhorce (Spanish barque), 8:6

Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTMNERR), 163:50

guano, 163:36–40

guano art, 163:39, 163:39

Guano Islands Act, 163:37–38

Guard, USS, 57:14

The Guardian (film), 117:39

“The Guardian of St. George Reef,” 63:2023

Guayas (Ecuadorian sail training barque), 18:17, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 54:15, 54:15, 62:21, 63:36, 71:38

Gudrun Maersk, MV (containership), 114:10

guerre de course, 139:11

Guerrière, HMS (frigate), 6:16, 28:31, 44:11, 44:16, 45:4, 46:4, 103:16, 112:14, 116:12, 124:35, 129:19, 133:12, 134:13, 134:12–13, 135:11–12, 147:50

Guide to American and Canadian Maritime Museums, 57:9

Guild, Frederick Boyd, 93:20–21

Guild, William H., 144:33, 144:32

“A Guild for Small Craft” 51:19

Guinea tack, 78:10–11, 81:12

Guinevere (schooner), 123:15

Gulf Coast History and Humanities Conference, 47:41

Gulf Queen, 127:41, 127:41

GulfQuest Take the Helm Theater, 153:52

Gulf Quest: The National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico (GQ), 127:41, 153:52

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

Gunabara. See Sagres II/ Sagres III

gunboats, 148:22–23, 147:18, 147:19

Gundel (ketch), 5:6

Guppy (submersible), 85:22

Gurcke, Karl, 111:7

“Gustaf Erikson: King of the Sailing Ships,” 93:15–18

Gustav III (king of Sweden), 153:38–39, 153:38, 153:41

Gustav (four-masted barque), 3:20, 15:41, 48:39

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

Gustav V (pocket battleship), 32:28

Gutiérrez, Antonio, 79:20–21

Guzelhisar (steamboat), 45:23

Gwarek (sailing cruise ship), 62:21, 62:22

Gwydyr Castle (Welsh barque), 16:5, 13:51, 13:53

Gyatt, USS (destroyer converted to missile ship), 100:17

gybing (wearing ship), 52:31–32

Gypsy Moth IV, 5:15

Gypsy Moth V, 5:20