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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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H. A. Scandrett (ex-North Star; renamed SS Hamina) 81:3

H. H. Hess, USNS, 136:40

H. J. Powell (schooner), 49:5

H. L. Hunley, CSS (Confederate submarine), 74:8, 75:33, 79:37, 94:40, 95:18, 95:18, 99:39, 103:10, 107:36, 136:42, 136:42, 158:17–21, 158:16, 158:21, 156:9, 156:25

H. Lee White Maine Museum, 29:31

H. M. Krentz, 86:25, 86:26

Haakon VII (king of Norway), 84:16

HABS/HAER program (Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record, National Park Service), 165:42, 165:44

Habsburg empire, 48:18

Hackensack (tugboat), 80:21, 80:22, 80:22

Hackett, David H. III

Seguin: She Towed the Henry B. Hyde, the Shenandoah and Our Own Kaiulani to Sea—and Outlived Them All,” 25:26–27

Hackfield, A., 9:20

Hadley, John, 153:14

Haefner, Scott

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

Haerry, Raymond Jr., 159:42–43

Haff, Hank, 158:23

Hagan, John G.

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

Hagelund, William A.

Ivanhoe and Master: Two Towboats of British Columbia,” 40:22–23

Haggett, Ida Minott, 9:7–8

Hagleberg, Erika, 85:55

Haguro (heavy cruiser), 71:16

Hahn, Kurt, 51:29

Hai (patrol boat), 30:10

Hai Chang (ex-Chief Joseph; Liberty ship), 11:22

Hai Chu (ex-Heather ex-Lieutenant Rene Guillon) (motorship, former barquentine), 3:6

Haida, HMCS (destroyer), 5:30, 12:28, 107:35

Haida canoes, 43:32, 148:30. See also canoes

“Hail the Juan Sebastian de Elcano,” 54:14

Haiti, Republic of, 164:19

Haiti Victory, SS (Victory ship), 97:14

Haitian marine art, 130:0, 130:38, 131:4

Hajewski, Thomas J.

“Otto Hersing Was the First,” 74:8–9

“With U-53 to America: Part I,” 55:44–45

“With U-53 to America: Part II,” 56:44–45

Hakluyt Society, 79:40

Hale, Sarah Josepha, 74:21

Hale, Thomas

“Sail, Martha’s Vineyard,” 84:43

“Tuns, Tons and Barrels of Wine,” 58:10–11

Wasa Triumphant: The Sinking, Search and Salvage of a 17th Century Warship,” 27:22–27

“Whither the Dainty?” 30:11

Hales Trophy, 87:41

Halewood (near-sistership to Wavertree), 26:10

Half Moon (Hudson’s ship), 37:47, 64:33, 129:22–23. See also Halve Maen

Half Moon (Hudson’s ship replica), 8:17, 17:26–27, 17:27, 61:39, 68:33, 72:35, 73:32, 151:42, 151:42. See also Halve Maen

Halford, William, 112:10, 112:10, 112:11

halibut, 128:40

Halibut (submarine), 35:26

Halifax Harbor explosion, 160:14–18

Haliskalkavan (ex-Baron Graham) (tramp steamer), 26:29

Haiti, 164:19

Hall, Bobby, 120:11

Hall, Howell G. “Pete,” 72:38

Hall, Leon, 36:3

Hall, Parker, 42:14

Hall, Wilburn, 132:12

Halley, Edmund, 83:12

Halliday, Ken, 162:33

Hallie K. (bugeye), 5:5

Hallock, Byron, 30:24

“Halls of Honor” (DVD), 119:36

Halsall, William Formby (artist), 126:28

Halsey, Brenton S., 75:34

Halsey, Silas Clowden, 141:20

Halsey, William F. Jr., 71:14, 71:17–18, 72:4

Halve Maen (Henry Hudson’s ship), 13:10, 58:0, 58:19, 77:4. See also Half Moon

Halve Maen (Hudson’s ship replica), 49:35, 76:36. See also Half Moon

Hamann, Carol (artist), 28:25

Hambidge, Roger, 96:13

Hambleton, Samuel, 1:31, 144:16

Hamburg (barque), 147:5, 147:5

Hamburg class destroyers, 30:10

Hamburg-Amerika Line, 129:34

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

Hamilton, Alexander, 153:27

Hamilton, Christopher E., 51:7, 54:9, 54:9, 138:33

“Managing Shipwrecks as Cultural Resources,” 52:8–9

Hamilton, Gabrielle M.

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

Hamilton, George, 121:24

Hamilton, James, 96:46, 97:8, 143:32

Hamilton, Ronald, 71:5

Hamilton and Scourge Foundation, 22:37–38

Hamilton (cutter), 114:6

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

Hamilton class cutters, 66:12

“The Hamilton is Refloated,” 9:14

Hamina, SS (ex-H. A. Scandrett; ex-North Star), 81:3

Hammonia (liner), 67:46

Hamond, Snape, 98:10

Hampton, Wade, 136:12

Hampton Mariners Museum, 12:41, 21:32, 22:39, 23:24, 24:30

Hampton Roads, Battle of, 109:34, 131:30

Hampton Roads Maritime Museum, 148:33

Hampton Roads Naval Museum, 96:32, 118:38, 136:43, 155:50

Hanceri, Dennis J. (artist), 35:39, 46:26–27

Hancock (renamed Iris) (Royal Navy brig), 61:25, 61:32, 103:13, 103:14, 103:15, 103:15, 103:16

Hancock, USS, 34:38

Hand, William H. Jr., 155:39

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

Handelman, Walter J., 72:8, 127:42

Handicapped Boaters Association, 21:29

Handlen, Frank (artist), 16:47, 19:29, 35:35, 62:30

“Hands on History,” 51:23

Hanks, Consuelo Eames (artist), 108:36–37

Hanks, Douglas, 32:11

Hanlon, Christine (author/artist), 125:36, 133:0, 133:26–30

Hannah (first US warship), 14:50–51, 14:50

Hannah (fishing schooner), 58:39, 147:5, 147:5–6

Hannibal (whaleship), 74:20, 74:21

Hannover (renamed HMS Audacity) (escort carrier), 67:10

Hanora (motor yacht), 55:11

Hanover Square Art Gallery, 29:38

Hans (now Tango; gambling barge), 15:52, 60:13, 60:14

Hanse Cog, 99:36

Hansell, Nils, 40:10, 52:36, 53:40

Hansen, Axel, 121:10

Hansen, Elly, 36:23

Hansen, Frederick “Fighting,” 121:10, 121:13, 121:13

Hansen, Ian (artist), 102:24

Hansen, Knud, 36:22

Hansen, Lars Henning, 129:45, 129:45

Hansen, P., 124:33

Hansen, Vilhelm, 36:22–23

Hanson, H.C., 27:38

Hanson, William (artist), 149:27

Hanssen, Helmer, 156:54

Hansteen (Norwegian iron ship), 68:34, 68:34, 133:34, 133:34, 133:37

Hanway, Jonas, 24:26, 25:3, 85:11

Harald (renamed Norlandia) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:8

Harbor Maintenance Tax, 145:56

Harborfest, 63:36

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

hard tack, 119:23

Harden, Charles, 97:13

Hardin, Mel, 155:13

“Jack’s Last Port,” 29:18–20

Harding, Ephraim, 138:19–20

Harding, Seth, 36:13

Hardy, Charles, 141:20

Hardy, Robert, 38:13

Hardy, Thomas, 155:51

Hare, Frederick P., 49:5

Harkins, Matt, 147:27

Harlem (steamboat), 80:26

Harmon, Al, 38:13–14

Harmony (ex-Lorna Doone), 101:16

Harold K. Acker, 57:36

Harpe, Neil (artist), 62:30

Harper, Emery, 117:8

Harrell, Michael (artist), 91:22

Harriet (trow), 32:41

Harriet Lane, USCG Revenue Cutter (renamed USS Harriet Lane), 155:6, 163:17–19, 163:17–19

Harriet Lane II, USCG Revenue Cutter, 163:19–20, 163:20

Harriet Lane III (WMEC-903), 163:20, 163:20

Harriet Lane, USS (ex-USCG Harriet Lane), 163:17–19, 163:17–19

Harriet Tubman Institute, 143:48

Harriman, Florence “Daisy,” 159:14, 159:14

Harrington, James (artist), 46:28

Harris, Dick, 50:23

Harris, Edward, 163:13, 163:13

Harris, John, 131:9

Harris, Lawren S. (artist), 125:30

Harrison, Basil F., 85:7, 87:3, 87:41

Harrison, John B., 66:22–23, 66:27, 153:12–14, 154:22, 154:22

Harrison, John Henry, 108:8

Harrison, Michael, 163:13

Harrison, Moody, 38:5

Harrison, William Henry, 134:11–12, 136:11–12, 138:24

Harry F. Sinclair, 68:12

Harry L. Belden (fishing schooner), 49:14

model, 49:36

“Harry Lundeberg Has Been Heard From,” 18:36–38

Harry W. Adams (Gloucester fishing schooner), 5:29, 6:6, 8:28, 13:48, 13:48

Hart, Cooper, 61:27

Hart, Robert, 21:7

Hart, Simpson, 147:25

Hart (ferryboat), 7:12, 7:32

Hart Nautical Museum, 8:23, 23:21

Hartford (US Navy steam frigate), 36:47, 36:47, 67:7

Hartford, USS (Civil-War flagship), 22:31, 25:46, 133:22, 157:32, 157:33

Hartford, USS (model sloop-of-war), 137:44

Hartford, USS (square-rigged sailing ship), 108:8, 108:8

Hartford, Connecticut, 36:0

Hartley, 150:11

Harvest Moon, SS, 157:5, 157:5

“Harvesting the Inland Seas: Great Lakes Commercial Fishing,” 82:15–16

Harvey, Fred, 152:29–30

Harvey, John C., 115:37, 134:8, 134:8, 135:8, 135:8

Harvey Gamage (schooner; sail training ship), 5:21, 7:11, 7:11, 7:13, 7:13, 7:14, 8:18, 20:39, 23:22, 57:18, 58:5, 61:38, 63:35, 78:26, 84:56, 87:6, 92:13–14, 93:38, 105:38, 107:4, 115:34, 116:38, 127:44–45, 142:50, 142:50, 150:5, 152:50, 152:50, 158:9, 158:9, 160:12, 165:24

Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center, 109:14

Harwood, Andrew, 156:24

Hasbrouck, Raymond D., 161:21

Haskell, Roger, 121:39

Hasker, Charles, 158:19

Hasselbach, Gunter, 46:9

Hassler, Ferdinand Rudolph, 120:32, 120:32, 120:34

Hassler (Coast Survey ship), 120:35

Hastreiter, Sara, 152:44–45

Haswell, Robert, 86:11–12

Hatfield, Fred, 49:35

HathiTrust, 158:50

Hattendorf, John B., 154:9, 154:9, 157:4, 157:4

Hatteras (Civil War gunboat), 8:25

Hattie J. Phillips (schooner), 131:9, 131:9, 131:10

Hattie Nickerson (schooner), 50:7

Hatton, Christopher, 143:17

Haugen, Tom, 22:11

Hauk (patrol boat), 30:10

“Have You Ever Tried to Draw a Crocodile?” 84:30–34

Havengore (London launch/Churchill’s funeral barge), 99:2, 101:7, 101:7, 103:2

Havengore Education and Leadership Mission (HELM), 101:9

Havengore Trust, 99:2

Haverstraw Brick Museum, 127:7

Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, 70:37, 97:40, 97:41

“Havsvind” (Ullberg), 155:46

Hawaii, 86:17, 87:12, 91:25

Hawaii (barquentine), 39:44

Hawaii Maritime Center (HMC), 44:36–37, 46:45, 81:32–33, 123:40

Hawaiian canoes, 73:38. See also canoes

Hawaiian Chief (topsail ketch), 146:25

Hawaiian Chieftain (square topsail ketch), 79:24, 125:54

Hawaiian Citizen (C-3 merchantman), 16:6, 16:34

Hawaiian Isles (ex-Abraham Rydberg; renamed Seven Seas) (four-masted barque), 32:28, 41:2, 93:31, 114:12, 123:14–15, 123:14, 123:15, 124:6

Hawai’iloa (Polynesian voyaging canoe), 70:31, 74:35

Hawk (ketch), 32:15

Hawk (merchant sloop), 81:38

Hawkins, Fred C., 125:50

Hawkins, John, 80:9, 107:23, 143:16

Hawley, Clarke C. “Doc,” 67:36

The Hawsepipe (newsletter of the Marine Workers’ Historical Association), 89:4

Hay, John, 156:22, 156:23

Hay-De (ex-New York Central No. 13) (steam tug/tow converted to diesel), 8:14, 8:16, 103:36

Hayden, Amelia Prudence, 36:11, 36:11, 55:7

Hayden, Edward L.

“The Battle Won By Civilians,” 29:6–8, 68:9

Hayden, Nehemiah, 36:16

Hayden, Sterling, 41:34, 42:4, 43:5

Hayden, Uriah, 36:13

Haydon, Kevin, 69:20–21, 72:8, 72:8, 85:28

“Beyond the Spectacle,” 81:19–21

“Captain Cook’s Endeavour,” 74:30–31

“Convoy ‘94,” 69:30

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

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

“Exploring Maritime Sydney,” 67:31–33

“Historical Marine Art of the Pacific Northwest,” 61:24–27

“Marine Archaeology: Going Beyond the Abandoned Shipwreck Act,” 68:14, 68:16

“The Marine Watercolors of Ian Marshall,” 71:24–26

“No Na Mamo,” 70:30–31

“The Orange Feeling,” 63:30–31

“Society Co-publishes International Register of Historic Ships,” 67:6–7

“Trials and Rewards of John Harrison, the Inventor of the Marine Chronometer,” 66:22–23

“What’s Happening in 1992,” 59:10

Hayward, Charlie, 162:27

Hayward, Thomas, 121:24

Hazard, USS (minesweeper), 73:17

Hazell, Jay, 32:32

Hazen, William Babcock, 121:15

HC-130 Hercules aircraft, 138:42–43, 138:43

“He Couldn’t Have Done It Without Her—Exy Johnson’s Seafaring Legacy,” 152:16–20

“He Sank Them in the Lowlands Low!” 77:10–12

Head, Fred, 131:9

“A Head of Steam,” 7:22

Headwaters to Ocean (H2O), 89:41

healthcare legislation, 153:24–31

Healy, Michael “Hell Roarin,” 146:28–30, 146:29, 146:32

Healy, USCGC (icebreaker), 125:52, 125:52, 139:29, 151:5

Heart of Darkness (Conrad), 96:11

Heath, Mary, 14:40–41

Heath, William, 98:9

Heather, William, 163:37

Heather (ex-Lieutenant Rene Guillon; renamed Hai Chu) (motorship, former barquentine), 3:6

Heaver, Stephen Jr.

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

heaving-to, 52:32

Hebe (Dutch freighter), 68:12

Hebe III (yacht), 95:34

Heceta, Bruno, 61:46

Hecla (ketch), 25:47

Hecla (square-rigged ship), 121:12

Hector, 36:16

Hector (reconstruction), 93:40

Hedin, Marika, 154:12, 154:12

Heermann (destroyer), 71:16

Heerson, Wes, 90:20, 90:21

Heerssen, Wes, 163:42–43, 163:42

Hefron, Buzz, 10:23

Heitzmann, William Ray, 9:13, 10:19–20, 14:39

Held, Jack, 97:14

Held, Judy, 97:14

Helen (Cape Verde packet), 8:19

Helen & Violet (bawley), 29:47

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

Helena (Dutch iron sailing barge), 90:39

Helgesen, Henry N., 130:29

“Sailing for All: Joe Lee and American’s First Public Community Sailing Program,” 130:26–29

“Wireless Goes to Sea: Marconi’s Radio and SS Ponce,” 122:20–23

Helgesen, Nels, 122:23, 122:23, 123:5, 130:28, 130:28

Helgeson, Henry, 123:5

Heliopolis (snag boat), 40:35, 74:12

“Hell With the Lid Off!—Lt. Hobson and the Sinking of the Merrimac at Santiago, Cuba, 1898,” 155:32–37

Hellenic Institute for the Preservation of Nautical Tradition, 29:30

Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports, 156:51

Helmerson, Karen, 122:13, 141:9

Helms, Jesse, 96:15

Helot (launch), 82:3

Helsel, Paul, 83:40

Hemingway, Ernest, 147:38–39, 147:39, 148:48–49

“Hemingway’s Sharks,” 147:38–39

Henderson, Graham, 16:19–20, 153:18

Hendley, Joseph, 36:16

Hendley, William, 36:16

Hendon (tugboat), 16:14

Hendrick Hudson (Hudson River Day Line steamer), 10:9, 37:23, 58:25, 149:41

Hendrickson, Herman, 159:19

Hennessey, Maureen, 165:8

Henri Grace a Dieu (Henry VIII’s ship), 30:8, 71:12

Henrietta (yacht), 9:33, 89:23, 89:24–25, 131:23, 163:39

Henrietta Marie (slave ship), 156:29

Henrietta Simmons (schooner), 50:7

Henrik (prince of Denmark), 38:32

Henrique, Arnaldo, 7:20–21

Henry the Navigator, 77:15–16, 78:10, 80:30

Henry VII (king of England), 48:18–19

Henry VIII (king of England), 48:19

Henry, John, 103:15

Henry, John Frazier

“Art Historians of the American Northwest,” 33:38–40

Henry, Joseph, 156:33, 163:38

Henry B. duPont Preservation Shipyard, 49:20, 96:16

Henry B. Hyde (Downeaster), 25:27, 53:6, 114:15

Henry Chisholm (freighter), 47:30–31

Henry Clay (Hudson River steamer), 10:6

Henry Failing, 15:52

Henry Ford (schooner), 82:24, 82:24, 101:30, 152:5

Henry Grace a Dieu, 42:22

Henry J. Dornbos (renamed Urger) (tugboat), 58:4, 58:7–8, 58:7, 58:8, 59:5, 68:6, 80:3, 82:4

Henry Kneeland, 74:21

Henry L. Marshal (Gloucester schooner), 85:17

Henry L. Peckham (renamed Pricilla L. Ray) (four-masted schooner), 42:5

Henry R. Mallory (troopship), 143:28

Henry Rutowski, 56:29

Henry Steinbrenner (steamer), 44:3

Henry Villard, 8:6

Henry W. Adams (schooner), 25:46

Henryk Rutkowski (brigantine), 71:40, 83:50

Henson, Matthew, 117:34–37, 117:34–35, 144:36–37, 144:37

Herald (British sloop-of-war), 142:24–25, 142:26, 142:28

Herald of the Morning (clipper), 88:13

“Herb Hewitt, Marine Artist,” 39:28–29

Herbert, Karen, 152:29

Herbert, Robert G., 4:20, 49:11, 57:9, 62:38, 63:39–40, 63:40, 152:29

“A Matter of Restoration: the Saloon of S.S. China,” 21:18–21

Herbert L. Rawling (four-master), 92:3

Herbert Norkus (training ship), 58:30

Hercules (British merchant vessel), 42:17

Hercules (ocean steam tug), 2:31, 4:26, 5:28, 8:13, 8:14, 10:23, 10:23, 11:35, 25:18, 25:18, 38:11, 58:39, 58:39, 63:37, 144:35, 148:30, 148:30

Herdendorf, Charles E.

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

Heredia (freighter), 155:30

Heritage (coasting schooner), 16:37, 28:30

Heritage (coasting schooner replica), 17:35

Heritage Research Permit (Canada), 52:9

Heritage Ship Guild of the Port of Philadelphia, 4:35, 25:45

Heritage Shipcraft Guild, 23:23

Herman Melville (Liberty ship), 29:7

hermaphrodite brigs, 63:5

Hermes (renamed Lanikai) (German schooner), 52:15, 52:15, 52:16

Hermes (whaler), 125:16, 127:23, 127:25

Hermes, HMS (aircraft carrier), 33:33

Hermes’s Destiny,” 52:16

Hermione (French frigate), 30:8, 151:0, 151:16–17

Hermione (French frigate replica), 90:40, 147:41, 147:41, 151:16, 151:16, 151:17–20, 152:6, 152:8

hermit cookies, 119:23

Herndon, William Lewis, 64:27, 64:28

Hero (arctic research vessel), 26:9

Hero (brig), 115:12

Hero (ex-John Amos) (tugboat), 25:18

Hero (sealing sloop), 24:5, 88:9

Heroes of the Hudson, 128:29, 129:8

“Heroes of the Sailing Navy”

James Lawrence, 114:26–30

Steven Decatur Jr., 116:10–14

William Bainbridge, 112:12–15

William Henry Allen, 110:28–31

Herreshoff, Halsey C.

“America’s Cup Racing—The Oldest Competition in Sport,” 116:20–23

Herreshoff, John Brown “J. B.,” 89:18, 116:21, 144:32

Herreshoff, L. Francis, 63:28

Herreshoff, Nathanael Greene “Nat,” 28:30–31, 89:18, 90:6, 98:24, 116:21, 116:21, 116:22, 144:32, 158:23, 158:24

Herreshoff Marine Museum, 89:18, 90:6, 98:25, 115:38, 124:36, 134:41, 137:42–43, 164:26

Herrman, Augustine (artist), 15:55

Herrmann, Ned, 6:21

Herself (tugboat), 37:38

Hersilia (barque), 137:22–24

Hersing, Otto, 74:8–9, 74:8

Hertfordshire, HMS (trawler), 68:12

Herzogin Cecilie (four masted barque), 18:58, 32:16, 33:12, 52:3, 93:17, 100:36

Hesper (four-masted schooner), 4:33, 4:33, 14:43, 19:4, 22:4, 22:25

Hess, Hans Georg, 105:18–19, 105:18

Hessa, KNM (subchaser), 84:18–19

Hetty Thom (schooner), 75:8

Hetzel (Coast Survey steam vessel), 120:32

Heuston, George F.

“Torpedoed!” 23:44–45

Hewer, David, 65:47

Hewitt, Herb (artist), 39:28–29

Hewitt, Nick

“Resurrection of LCT 7074, a D-Day Survivor,” 150:34–35

Hewlett, James Monroe (artist), 120:40

Hewson, Dana, 96:13, 115:6, 121:8, 131:14, 132:41, 132:41, 133:8, 133:8, 144:38, 159:9, 159:9

“The Birth and Rebirth of the L. A. Dunton,” 49:20

Hexum, Gunnar, 75:36

“Two Half Hitches are Enough!” 38:18–19

Heyen, Gerhard, 20:42

Heyer, John, 121:25

Heyerdahl, Thor, 11:10

Hickson, Chip, 51:15

Hiddensee (Soviet missile corvette), 78:26, 80:36

Higgins, Andrew Jackson, 70:40, 130:47

Higgins Boat, 70:40

Higginson, F. J., 158:20

Highflyer (HMS), 160:17

Highland Light (cutter), 47:8

Highlander (ex-Bridgeport), side wheeler, 21:14

Highlander (steamer), 21:13

Highlander, HMS (destroyer), 29:7

Highlander Sea (ex-Pilot; ex-Star Pilot) (Gloucester schooner), 79:24, 79:25, 79:26, 93:13, 103:36, 103:36

Hightower, John B., 19:17, 67:36, 145:9, 145:9

Highway, Mary, 85:42–43

Hi’ialakai (NOAA ship), 125:15, 125:19, 127:24

Hikianalia (voyaging canoe), 157:40

Hilda (diesel yacht), 5:3

Hilda Norling (ketch), 61:4. See also Hildanoring

Hildanoring (ketch), 59:44, 59:46. See also Hilda Norling

Hildebrand, David, 139:8

“War Reporting in 1812—Through Song,” 139:16–21

Hildebrand, Ginger, 139:8

Hildreth, Stanley, 35:13

Hill, Harry, 121:12

Hill, Norbert S. Jr., 55:7

Hill, Richard, 36:16

Hillary Ann (deadrise), 127:31

Hiller, Benjamin, 122:4, 122:24–27

Hiller, Joseph, 122:25

Hillmar, K. E., 18:32–34

Hillyar, James, 136:13, 137:10

Hilston (British full-rigger), 15:40

Himalaya (ex-Star of Peru; now Bougainville) (screw steamer), 14:36, 23:4, 27:28, 90:3

Hinckle, Warren, 38:16

Hindman, Elisha, 103:15

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

Hines, Blaikie (artist), 38:29

Hinnoy (Norwegian freighter), 18:32

Hipparchus (steamer), 13:39, 13:39, 65:34, 67:5

Hipparchus of Rhodes, 66:18–19

Hipper (German cruiser), 62:15, 66:11

Hiryu (Japanese aircraft carrier), 102:11, 102:11, 102:12

Hirzel, David

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

“Rough Weather All Day: A Firsthand Account of the Jeanette Search Expedition, 1881–1882,” 150:10–14

Hissem, USS, 127:5

Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), 60:18, 145:43, 145:44, 145:46

historic graffiti, 82:33

Historic Naval museums and ships, 44:37

Historic Naval Ships Association (HNSA), 47:40, 65:38, 72:34, 85:55, 94:20, 94:21, 96:32, 112:36, 132:9, 148:26

“Historic Reproductions,” 17:26–27

“Historic River, Bay & Island Steamers Surviving in the Northeast United States: A Partial List,” 10:13

“Historic Ship Profile: My Commander,” 75:19

“Historic Ships as World Heritage Sites, a World Ship Trust 2007 Resolution,” 119:34

Historic Ships Conference II (1994), 76:38

Historic Ships Database, 74:39

“Historic Ships in South American Waters,” 13:38–42

“Historic Ships in the US,” 4:19

“Historic Ships Off a Lee Shore,” 146:10–13

Historic Ships Register, 30:40, 31:53

“Historic Steam Tugs and Towboats Surviving in the U.S. and Canada: A Partial List,” 8:14–16

“Historic Warships of the World,” 12:27–29

“Historical Marine Art of the Pacific Northwest,” 61:24–27

Historical Maritime Group of New England (HMGNE), 107:19–21, 107:27

“History and Reminiscence on the John W. Brown,” 95:28–29

“History as the Enemy,” 73:8

“A History in Ivory,” 78:22–23

“History in the Palm of Your Hand: Recreating the Figureheads of the US Navy in Miniature,” 139:22–24

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

History of Containerization Foundation, 114:39

“History of Sail Training Races”

Part I, 37:33

Part II, 38:30

“A History of the ‘Honorable and Ancient’ Cutter Bear,” 146:28–33

“History of the ‘Racing Stripe’ Emblem and Brand Identity for World Sea Services and Coast Guards”

Part I: The United States Coast Guard, 139:28–29

Part II The Rest of the World, 139:31–33

“History of War: At the Imperial War Museum,” 70:19

Hitchcock, Larry, 51:14, 102:34

Hitchinson, Ian

“OpSail ’92 by way of Cape Horn,” 100:31–33

Hitra, KNM (subchaser), 84:16–20, 84:19, 84:20, 87:3, 87:3, 89:3

Hizen (Japanese cruiser), 52:15, 52:16

Hjemkomst (Gokstad ship replica), 19:41, 19:41, 24:32, 24:32

HM Bark Endeavour Foundation, 69:37

“HM Prison Dartmoor––A Paradox in Devon, England,” 165:18–21

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

H-Maritime listserv, 114:40

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

“HMS Beagle Revisited,” 83:44–47

“HMS Belfast: A Fighting Ship Preserved,” 27:8–10

HMS Bounty Organization, 97:38

HMS Rose Foundation, 41:31, 42:35, 95:5

HMS Victory Museum, 136:16, 136:16, 136:18

“HMS Warrior Takes Up Her Station,” 44:22–25

Hobbs, Alexander, 165:15–16

Hoboken (steamboat), 10:9

Hoboken Southern Waterfront Project, 77:36

Hobson, Richmond Pearson, 155:32–35, 155:33, 156:5, 156:5

Hocker, Fred, 153:4

Hodgdon Brothers Shipyard, 155:39

Hodge, Allison, 160:41

Hodge, John, 98:12

Hodges, William (artist), 83:17, 108:37

Hodson Trust Fellowship, 157:46

Hoel (destroyer), 71:16

Hoffman, Frank, 34:37

Hog Island (steamer), 15:41

Hog Islander ships, 15:5, 52:3

Hoga, USS (renamed City of Oakland) (tug/fireboat), 74:35, 75:3, 94:21, 158:5, 158:5

Hogan, Michael Francis, 45:5

Hogansen, Henning, 83:41

Hoganson, Gary, 90:20, 90:22

hogging, 69:24, 69:26

Hohenzollern (Imperial yacht), 141:25

Hoie, Claus (artist), 74:29

“Hoisting the Sails as They Did a Century Ago—the Schooner Adventuress Turns 100,” 142:34–35

Hoke, Daryel, 160:37

Hokoku Maru (Japanese armed merchant cruiser), 94:2–3

Hokule’a (double-hulled Polynesian voyaging canoe), 17:25, 70:30–31, 74:35, 81:32, 81:32, 84:12, 157:40, 157:40, 157:42, 158:4, 158:4

Holbrook, Josiah, 9:13

Holbus, Josh, 94:5

Holcom, Floyd, 162:26, 162:27

Holden, Charles, 130:15, 130:16

“Holding Out Hope for the Falls of Clyde,” 123:40–43

Holigost (from Henry V’s fleet), 153:48

Holland, Bill, 147:45

Holland, F. Ross Jr., 19:22–23

Holland, John, 95:18–19

Holland America Line, 64:33

Holland I (British submarine), 24:27, 95:18–19, 100:42, 104:41, 104:41

Holland VI (submarine), 95:19, 95:19

Hollander, Neil, 35:32

“Sailing with the Last Sailors: Part I,” 35:32–34

“Sailing with the Last Sailors: Part II,” 36:24–26

Holloway, James L. III, 126:43

Holly, H. Hobart, 80:38

Holmes, Tommy, 81:32

Holmkvist, Klara, 162:33

Holmquist, Lance, 139:45

Holmquist, Susan, 139:45

Holsatia (German steamer), 52:16

Holsopple, Wayne (sculptor), 46:28

Holt, R. J., 15:49, 46:44

Holyoke, 150:11

Homer, Winslow (artist), 39:30, 40:36, 41:32, 75:21

Homer W. Dixon (schooner), 26:30

Honda Point disaster, 109:4

Honey, Stan, 144:47, 144:47

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

Hong Kong Maritime Museum (HKMM), 143:42, 143:42, 152:4

“Honolulu Sees First Action in World War I,” 52:15

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

Honour (brig), 36:13

Hood, Ted, 47:8

Hood (battle cruiser), 65:32

Hood, HMS, 100:44, 152:48–49, 152:49

Hook, David Llewellyn, 92:30–31

Hook, Simeon M., 7:24

Hook Mountain (ex-Machigonne; ex-Block Island; now Yankee) (steamer), 10:13

Hooker (brig), 59:26

Hooper, Marci, 69:30

Hooper Strait Lighthouse, 1:31, 14:10–11, 115:34, 115:34, 122:16

Hope, Brian H. (artist), 34:34, 69:30

Hope, David, 135:12

Hope, Robert Burmeister, 22:18

“Honolulu Sees First Action in World War I,” 52:15

“Sailing in the Last Pacific Lumber Schooners with the Likes of Matt Peasley,” 22:18–19

Hope, Ronald, “The Blind Beak of Bow Street and The Marine Society,” 24:26

Hope (brig), 61:25, 61:32

Hope (oyster sloop), 23:22, 50:17

Hope (schooner), 112:12

Hopkin, Robert (artist), 47:36

Hopkins, Caspar T., 10:22

Hopkins, Esek, 152:36

Hopkins, Harry, 101:8–9

Hopkins, Stephen, 41:46

Hoppen, Edward Hill, 38:4

Horatio (corvette), 164:20–21

Horatio G. Wright (snagboat), 74:12

Horizon Reliance (container ship), 160:29

Horizont (barquentine), 3:6

Horka, Archie, 15:40–42, 70:12, 89:8–9, 90:2, 91:2, 152:29–30, 155:12

(pictures), 1:30, 2:21, 6:2, 15:40, 15:41, 15:42

letter, 6:2

log of the Skaregrøm, part 2, 2:16–26

photo with map of voyage, 1:30

ship’s log of the Skaregrøm, conclusion, 3:14–22

Skaregrøm Log, 1:12–30

Horn Island, 127:7

Hornblower, Alix

Elissa Sails!” 40:14–15

Hornet (brig), 116:12, 135:11, 135:14

model, 20:39

proposed replica, 163:47

Hornet (yacht), 155:34

Hornet, USS (aircraft carrier), 96:15, 102:9, 102:10–11, 102:12, 107:2–3, 109:30, 109:30, 110:4, 110:4

Hornet, USS (ship rigged sloop), 114:27, 114:27, 114:28, 129:19, 134:14, 136:13, 149:31

Hornor, Townsend, 70:6, 78:4, 113:8

Horse Latitudes, 134:36

Horseshoe crab, 143:36–37

Horst Wessel. See Eagle (ex-Horst Wessel) (USCG three-masted barque),

Horton, Max, 29:7–8

Horton’s Point Lighthouse, 8:28

Hoseltine, William S. (artist), 15:55

Hoshi, 37:33

Hoskins, Emmett, 83:40, 83:42

Hosmer, Chester C., 149:20–21

Hossarn, Childe (artist), 15:55

Hotchkiss, Stuart, 156:6

Hough, Louis, 85:54

Houghton, Rodney Norman, 122:44

Hougomont (four-masted barque), 18:59, 32:16, 152:6, 152:6

Houqua (packet), 88:10

Housatonic, USS (Civil War sloop), 74:8, 75:33, 94:40, 95:18, 136:42, 156:25, 158:20–21, 158:20

Housatonic River, 50:18

Houston, Alan

“Through the Hawsepipe—Marshall Johnson’s Path from Fo’c’sle Hand to Master Painter,” 126:28–33

“Uncommon Companions—a Rat, a Seal, and Miners on San Francisco Bay’s Blossom Rock,” 140:28–31

Houston, Fraser, 150:28–32

Houston, John, 68:18

Houston, Jourdan, 150:28–32

Houston, USS, 16:47, 122:34, 158:48

Houston Maritime Museum, 98:38

Houtz, Jamie, 115:38

“How a Tyneside Tug Was Reborn for the Sea,” 76:46–47

“How an Old Wooden Ship Earns Her Living,” 72:11–12

“How an Ugly Duckling Fought Back and Sank Her Assailant,” 35:22

“How Lowly Archers Won the Naval Battle that Launched the Hundred Years’ War,” 101:20–22

“How the America’s Cup Became the World’s Most Famous Trophy,” 98:21–25

“How the Hell Do You Think I Got Here?” 48:33

“How the O’Brien Returned to the D-Day Beaches,” 104:12

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

“How the Royal Navy Beat the U-Boat,” 67:10–11

“How the Tall Ships Sail Today for Our Tomorrows,” 82:10–11

“How to Save the United States,” 127:10–11

“How We Closed the Port of New York,” 44:50–51

“How We Lost the Kaiulani—and What We’ve Been Doing About It!” 71:6

“How We Sail the Libertad,” 22:34–35

“How We Saved the Liberty Ship Jeremiah O’Brien,” 46:16–17

Howard, Frederick, 49:19

Howard, Grenville, 5:22

Howard, James, 74:19

Howard, Michelle, 134:47, 134:47

Howard Hughes Corporation (HHC), 146:42–43

Howard Shipyard, 74:19

Howarth, George, 5:22

Howe, Richard, 98:10

Howe, Nathaniel

“Making the Call—The Decision to Deconstruct Wawona,” 145:42–47

Howell, Susan P., 33:29

Howell, Thomas, 165:36–37

Howes, Buster, 144:56, 144:56

Howes, Malcolm

“The Wianno Senior: 75 Years Young!” 51:12

howitzer (field), 156:21

Howland, John, 156:33

Howland Hook Terminal, 65:14

Hoyne, Thomas (artist), 21:37–38, 30:21, 46:27, 49:0, 49:23–26, 49:36–37, 50:34, 111:38, 112:0, 112:30–34

Hoyt, Sherman, 98:25

HU-75 (midget submarine), 12:28

Huang Tiejian, 154:15

Huascar (brig-rigged seagoing turret ship), 3:6, 12:27, 12:27, 13:39, 65:34, 94:15–19, 94:15, 96:4

as Chilean ship, 94:18–19

as Peruvian ship, 94:15–18

Huascar Shows What the Turret Ship Can Do!” 94:15–19

Hubbard, Charles J., 101:11

Hubbard, Harlan, 51:15

Huchthausen, Peter A.

“Shadow Voyage—Escape of German Liner SS Bremen,” 110:14–17

Hudson, Alice

“‘In thy map securely saile,’” 87:22–25

Hudson, Henry (Hendrick), 13:10, 37:10–11, 50:15, 58:0, 58:19, 129:22–23, 129:22, 129:23, 156:33

at Jamaica Bay, 164:32

mermaids sighted by, 68:45

Hudson (renamed Katie D. Seavey) (sloop), 77:29, 153:34

Hudson (tug), 98:26

Hudson, USRC (revenue cutter), 157:16–18, 157:16, 157:18, 157:16, 157:18–19

Hudson, USS, 31:49

Hudson Belle (oyster schooner), 4:43

Hudson River, 37:9–11, 38:3, 58:0, 98:0

architecture along, 37:18–19

Indian life on, 58:17–18

map, 37:10

port of Rondout, 37:12–15

Hudson River Day Line, 149:41

Hudson River Maritime Academy. See American Maritime Academy

Hudson River Maritime Center, 21:32, 25:47, 27:39, 29:31, 30:40, 31:58, 37:11, 37:17–18, 37:38, 45:5, 46:7

“The Hudson River Maritime Center,” 37:17–18

Hudson River Maritime Museum (Kingston, NY), 53:42, 93:28, 107:35

Hudson River Museum (Yonkers), 93:28

Hudson River Park Conservancy, 72:8

“The Hudson River Port of Rondout,” 37:12–15

Hudson River Renaissance, 37:20

Hudson River Rowing Regatta, 56:35

Hudson River School, 37:23, 50:25, 80:27, 138:45–46

Hudson River Sloop Restoration, Inc., 7:11

Hudson River Steamers, 10:0, 37:0

Hudson River Waterfront, 37:38

Hudson River Waterfront Museum, 52:5

Hudson’s Bay Company, 47:18

Hudson’s Bay Company canoes, 99:19

Hue City, USS, 145:52

Huge, Jurgen Friedrich (artist), 15:55

Huggins, Jen, 90:20, 90:21, 90:21, 90:22

Hughes, John (artist), 75:27

Hughes, Neal (artist), 156:34–37, 157:14, 162:13

Hughes Mining Barge, 23:24

Hughsen, Jimmy, 95:29

Hugill, Stan, 48:39, 62:39, 64:5–6

Hulbert, Kim, 136:23, 136:23

Hulett iron ore unloaders, 93:38

Hulick, Don, 157:15, 157:15

Hull, Dave

remembrance of Karl Kortum, 80:15

“Writer, Painter, Seafarer: The Captain John J. Bertonccini Collection,” 90:24–26

Hull, Isaac, 24:11, 28:31, 44:14, 44:15–16, 97:35, 105:12, 116:12, 134:13, 134:13, 135:11, 159:16–17

Hull, William, 134:10–11, 134:11

Hull Lifesaving Museum, 37:39, 86:5

Hull Maritime Society, 22:37

“Hull Speed on the Schooner Zodiac,” 72:29

“Humanitas,” 119:36

Humanité (Bantry Bay gig), 103:31

“Humanity After Victory: How Nelson’s Victory at Trafalgar Changed the Course of History,” 112:27–29

Humber Ferry service, 22:37

Humber Keel & Sloop Preservation Society, 17:35, 24:27, 33:32, 39:35

Humboldt, Alexander von, 156:32

Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum, 7:33

humpback whales, 123:37

Humphreys, Assheton, 150:16

Humphreys, Joshua, 69:24, 81:40, 103:13, 128:12, 129:5

Humphries, Susan, 164:10–11, 164:11

Humphries, Willie, 43:14

Hundred Years’ War, 101:20–22

Hungnam Evacuation, 113:3

Hunley, Horace L., 75:33, 95:18, 158:16–17, 158:17, 158:19

Hunley, CSS (also CSS H. L. Hunley, submarine), 74:8, 75:33, 79:37, 94:40, 95:18, 95:18, 99:39, 103:10, 107:36, 136:42, 136:42, 158:17–21, 158:16, 158:21, 156:9, 156:25

Hunt, Freeman, 156:33

Hunt, Geoff (artist), 91:21

Hunt, Rex, 38:32

Hunt, Richard W., 144:53

Hunter, Charles, 157:32–33, 157:32

Hunter, Richard

“Victoria Restored,” 94:32–33

“The Hunting of the Haggis,” 9:46–52

Huntington, Robert, 144:24

Huntington (tugboat), 76:12, 76:15

Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), Ingalls Shipbuilding division, 138:43–44

Hurd, Donald P., 121:32

Hurd, Jessie, 36:15

Hurdle, Philip

“Herb Hewitt, Marine Artist,” 39:28–29

hurdy-gurdy, 53:5

Hurley, Edward N., 158:29–30

Huron (barque), 46:20

Huron (lightship), 5:29

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

Hurricane Island Outward Bound School (HIOBS), 51:28–29, 110:9, 112:40. See also Outward Bound Schools

“Hurricane Island Outward Bound School: ‘An Undefeatable Spirit,’” 51:28–29

Hurst, Alex A., 10:31–33, 13:50–53, 38:4, 91:40

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

“‘Enough to Clutch at the Heart:’ The Fribergs, Marine Artists,” 26:34–37

guest editorial, 26:38–39

“Jan Rynink, Marine Artist,” 29:34–36

“John Groves, Marine Artist,” 38:24–26

“The RSMA Annual Exhibition—1984,” 35:36–39

“Running Hard,” 52:25

“A Splendor of Ships, People and Their Voyaging,” 41:24–27

Huskinsson, Thomas, 139:11

Hussar IV (renamed Vema; renamed Mandalay) (yacht), 4:35, 20:36–37, 76:3, 76:30, 80:3, 89:36–37, 89:36–37, 90:3, 113:4, 113:4, 114:3

Hussar V (renamed Sea Cloud; renamed Angelita; renamed Patria; renamed Antarna) (yacht), 2:11, 2:12, 4:18, 16:34, 19:39, 31:3, 38:36–37, 39:6, 89:36–37, 89:36–37, 90:3, 114:3, 131:16–20, 131:16–20, 133:6, 155:6

Hussey, Joe, 70:7, 70:7

Husted, Eston A., 143:5

Hustwick, C. (artist), 75:24–25

Hutchinson, Ian

“Op Sail ’92 by way of Cape Horn,” 62:18–20

Hutchinson, John (artist), 21:38

Hutchison, Alan D., 38:11, 49:34, 95:7, 142:12, 142:13, 142:14, 155:13

“An Early History of the National Maritime Historical Society and the Kaiulani Project: Part 1,” 94:6–7

“An Early History of the National Maritime Historical Society and the Kaiulani Project: Part 2,” 95:7–9

Hutchison, Kay Bailey, 159:24

Hutton, E. F., 73:18, 131:16–17

Huycke, Harold D., 20:45–47, 20:49, 64:39, 119:11

“Master Mariners’ Written Histories, A Proposal,” 41:20

“The Wawona Is Waiting,” 21:24–28

“The Wawona is Waiting: Part II,” 22:9–13

“The Wawona Is Waiting: Part III,” 25:8–9

Hvitebjorn (ex-Godthaab) (Polar exploration ship), 28:30

Hwang, Justina, 164:6

HX 355 (convoy), 69:4

HX-156 (convoy), 87:34, 87:36–37

Hyde, Benjamin D.

“Fast Convoy Duty,” 35:23

hydrofoil, 18:44

hydrography, 148:47

hydrologic cycle, 148:46

hydrophones, 100:15

Hyman, Steven A., 90:20, 117:28

remembrance of Karl Kortum, 80:14

“‘Roving Band of Riggers & Shipwrights’ Refits the Balclutha and Moves On,” 90:20–23

Hynes, Leo, 121:31, 121:31, 121:32

Hynson, Joseph, 152:37–38

Hyons, Nathan A.

“The Victorine: A Well Known Hudson River Sloop,” 43:22–23