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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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J. B. Ford (Great Lakes ore freighter), 133:21, 133:21

J. C. Dobbin (topsail schooner), 135:16

J. C. Kuhn (barque), 36:16

J. E. Garland (cod fisherman), 49:35

J. E. Riggin (Maine windjammer), 60:17

J. J. Fallon (schooner), 78:14

J. K. Manning (schooner), 50:7

J. M. Colman (schooner), 38:45

J. N. Carter (renamed John E. Pfriem) (ketch), 20:39, 62:35

J. N. Maffit (excursion boat), 13:48

J. O. Webster (ex-Charles F. Gordon; ex-Oliver H. Perry; ex- and renamed J. T. Wing), 47:24–25, 47:24–25, 48:5

J. Pierpont Morgan (ore boat), 22:23

J. Pinckney Henderson, SS (Liberty ship), 105:40

J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, 96:26, 140:36, 147:34, 156:38

J. S. (sidewheel steamer), 57:26

J. T. Wing (ex-Charles F. Gordon, ex-J. O. Webster; ex-Oliver H. Perry) (three-masted schooner), 47:24–25, 47:24–25, 48:5

J&E Rigin (oyster dredge), 7:25

Jabez Howes, 69:5

Jacare (topsail schooner), 3:6

Jacinto, USS, 132:12

“Jack Corbett, Mariner,” 103:46–48

Jack Frost (tugboat), 9:34

“Jack’s Last Port,” 29:18–20

Jackson, A. Y. (artist), 125:29

Jackson, Andrew, 137:15, 141:11, 141:12, 141:12

Jackson, Christie

“Virginia Woolf’s Maiden Voyage,” 137:26–28

Jackson, Melvin H., 31:53, 32:3–4

Jackson, Robert, 98:34

Jackson, CSS (civil war warship), 97:40, 133:24

Jacksonville Maritime Museum Society, Inc., 73:36

Jacob Bell (tugboat), 48:5, 162:18

Jacob Jones, USS (DD-61; convoy escort), 99:9

Jacob Pike (sardine carrier), 132:46, 132:46

Jacobs, Solomon, 131:9

Jacobs, W. W., 11:46–48

Jacobsen, Antonio (artist), 9:33, 15:55, 37:5, 37:25, 40:30, 71:28, 72:30

Jacobson, Michael, 162:46–47

Jacobstads Wapen (merchant vessel replica), 64:37

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton, IL), 153:42

Jacomien (renamed Roek) (tugboat), 25:19, 25:32, 57:35

Jadran (ex-Marco Polo, renamed Jadran) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:6

Jaffee, Walter

“The Stuff of Dreams,” 70:16–17

Jagels, Richard, 35:8

Jalbert, Andrew

“Schooner Lucerne: Lessons From a Great Lakes Shipwreck,” 106:6–9

Jamaica, HMS (cruiser), 27:8

Jamaica Bay, 164:32–36, 164:33

map, 164:32

Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, 164:35

James I (king of England), 82:6

James, J. F. and Son, 159:19

“James & John Bard: See the Past and Know That It Was Once Thus,” 80:24–27

James A. Parsons (schooner), 50:7

James Arnold (whaleship), 21:3

James Battle (steam tug/tow converted to diesel), 8:14

James Caird (lifeboat), 142:32–33, 142:33

James Craig (ex-Clan Macleod) (three-masted barque), 2:8, 2:8, 2:28, 28:34, 29:31, 32:14, 39:6, 67:33, 76:7, 80:36, 83:25–27, 83:25–27, 83:37, 84:4, 94:37, 140:27, 161:33

James Craig Returns to Her Element,” 83:25–27

James Drummond, 10:14, 10:15

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

James Iredell (blockship), 69:18

James L. Acherson (Liberty ship), 35:13

James Madison (USCG revenue cutter), 139:10, 139:11–12, 141:31, 151:24

James Matthews (slave ship), 156:29

James Maury (whaleship), 74:21

James Monroe (clipper), 88:13

James Monroe (packet ship), 64:9, 87:11

James P. Pearson (renamed Julius C. Wilkie) (paddlewheel steamboat), 5:29, 17:36, 20:42

“James Patrick McAllister’s Harbor Reflections,” 53:12

James Phelps (schooner), 36:11, 36:16

James Rowan (steam coaster), 31:53

James Tuft, 20:5

James W. Baldwin (steamboat), 37:12

James W. Johnson, SS (Liberty ship), 68:5

James Wakefield Rescue Row, 121:42

James Wallace (seagoing tug), 79:3

Jamestown, CSS (steamer), 152:22

Jamestown, USS (US navy sloop of war), 57:14, 162:17

Jamestown Bridge, 115:37

Jamestown Colony, 118:24, 123:34

“Jamestown Ships To Be Restored,” 14:23

Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, 77:41, 95:36

“Jan Rynink, Marine Artist,” 29:34–36

Jane (pilot boat), 93:36

Jane Jolliffe (tugboat), 25:17

Jane Morehead (Army transport ship), 48:5, 59:44–47, 61:4

Jane Morehead (two-masted coastal schooner), 44:7

Jane Russell (ketch-rigged scow), 37:39

Janet May (wooden coasting schooner), 32:42

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

jangada (Brazilian boat), 35:32, 35:33, 35:34

Janni, Pino (artist), 128:22–23

Jannini, Christopher “Tar Brush,” 90:20, 90:21, 90:22

Janszoon, Willem, 102:17, 102:19

Japan (paddlewheeler), 64:1718

Japan (transPacific passenger steamer), 21:18

Japanese exclusion edict, 79:12

Japanese navy, 31:9, 31:15

Japanese Zero fighters, 160:33–34

Jarramas (full-rigged ship), 2:10

Jarvis, David, 146:30

Jarvis, William, 97:34–35

Jaseur/Jasseur, HMS (brig-sloop), 14:53, 137:14, 147:20

Jasny, Michael, 156:50

Jason (frigate), 59:20, 132:25

JASON (remotely operated vehicle), 88:38, 116:41

Jason Jr. (underwater research vessel), 116:41

Java, HMS (frigate), 103:16, 112:12, 129:19, 134:0, 135:6, 146:20, 146:21, 151:28

Java, HNLMS, 158:48

Jay, John, 153:28

Jay, Norma (artist), 19:31, 21:38

Jay Dee (log canoe), 32:11, 32:11, 154:22–26, 154:22–23, 154:25, 154:27

Jay’s Treaty (Treaty of Amity Commerce and Navigation), 153:28

J-boats, 50:35, 116:22

Jean (sternwheel river towboat), 5:28, 8:14, 25:18

Jean de la Lune (brigantine), 75:16, 75:17, 83:50

Jean Turecamo (tugboat), 33:18

Jean-Francois de Nantes (brig-schooner), 60:38

Jeanie Johnston (three-masted barque replica), 88:20, 95:21, 104:40

Jeanie Johnston: A Dream Rebuilt,” 88:20

Jeannette (Jeanette), USS (polar expedition ship), 89:26, 121:14, 150:10–14, 150:10

Jeffboat, Inc., 74:19

Jefferson, Rufus C., 57:33–34

Jefferson, Thomas, 151:22, 153:26–27

Jefferson (Coast Survey steam vessel), 61:32, 120:32

Jefferson Davis (ex-Putnam) (Confederate privateer), 93:35, 120:26

Jellicoe, John, 99:8, 104:7

Jenkins, Robert, 137:19

Jenkins, Thornton, 120:33

Jenkinson, Robert (Lord Liverpool), 145:16–17, 145:17

Jenks (destroyer escort), 37:4

Jennie Cushman (barque), 114:34, 114:35

Jennie D. Bell (ram schooner), 93:20

Jennie S. Barker (renamed Louise) (downeaster), 72:22

Jenny Lind, 75:29

Jens Krogh, 75:17

Jensen, Ann

“A Royal Squadron that Found Safe Harbor in the US,” 31:43

Jensen, John Odin, 111:2

“Maritime Archaeology on the Last Frontier,” 111:6–9

Jeremiah O’Brien, SS (Liberty ship), 11:33, 12:42, 15:47, 15:53, 18:14, 18:45, 19:22–23, 19:41, 26:29, 29:11, 31:57, 32:43, 34:37, 35:28, 36:4, 38:11, 46:16–17, 46:18–19, 46:38, 47:5, 57:35, 57:39, 63:38, 65:34, 65:37, 68:6, 69:20–21, 70:4, 70:7, 70:16–17, 72:10, 72:36, 73:6, 73:17, 75:2, 76:38, 81:3, 81:4, 84:57, 88:35, 97:3, 99:36, 102:41, 103:38, 104:2, 104:11, 104:12, 117:29, 120:6, 123:46, 125:21, 148:29, 161:56

(pictures), 15:47, 18:45, 46:17, 69:20, 70:17, 72:36, 97:3, 104:0, 104:11, 104:12, 148:29, 161:56

Jersey (Coast Survey schooner), 120:32

Jersey (gundelo), 53:30

Jersey, HMS (prison ship), 116:16, 116:16, 165:18

Jervis, John, 79:19, 79:21, 80:31

Jervis Bay (merchant cruiser), 65:26

Jespersen, B. Barner, 35:30

“Toward the Ideal Sail Training Vessel: From the Perspective of Three Generations of Experience,” 35:30

Jespersen, Helle Barner, 35:30, 35:30

Jespersen, Holger Barner, 35:30

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

Jesse (Jessie) Stevens (Stephens) (barque), 154:41, 157:6, 165:13

Jessie Costa, 82:23

Jessop, Joe, 1:31

Jet Services (renamed Commodore Explorer) 66:25, 70:40

Jewett, David, 83:8–9, 83:9

Jewett, Truda C., 55:7

Jhelum (British barque), 2:8, 13:41, 20:27, 25:43, 34:36, 42:35, 45:34, 59:37, 77:36, 100:33

Ji Fung (sail training brigantine), 25:53

Jim Bridger, SS (Liberty ship), 104:12

Jinishian, J. Russell (artist/author), 46:26, 56:23, 57:30, 67:23, 73:28, 77:26, 148:42–44, 156:38, 159:38, 161:4

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

“Reflections on the 20th Annual Mystic International,” 91:18–23

“Thomas M. Hoyne: Artist of the Gloucesterman,” 49:23–26

Joal (renamed Pilgrim) (replica of Dana’s ship; brig, former schooner), 3:9, 17:29, 21:34, 30:35, 72:10–12, 73:4, 82:36, 87:18–21, 89:2–3, 146:23

Joan B. (ex-Nina W. Corkum) (Gloucester schooner), 4:33, 4:33, 6:5

Joan Turecamo (tugboat), 25:28–29

Joanna of Foulness (brigantine), 3:6

João, Manuel, 156:26, 156:27

Jobb, Dean, 151:34–37

Jobson, Gary, 116:8, 116:8, 117:8, 117:8, 127:8, 127:8, 129:8, 129:8, 129:40, 129:40, 132:8, 134:40, 135:8, 135:8, 149:12, 151:8, 153:8, 153:8, 159:8, 163:11, 164:24, 165:8

Joe Lane (revenue cutter), 8:18

Joffre, Joseph, 161:19

Joffre (eastern rig dragger fishing vessel), 127:45, 127:45, 139:27

Johan Smidt, 71:40

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

John A. Briggs (Down Easter), 8:6

John A. MacDonald (CCG icebreaker), 22:26

John A. Noble Collection, 59:23, 75:33

“John A. Noble’s Paintings: A Schooner Testament,” 103:22–25

John A. (schooner), 21:27, 22:12

John Adams (frigate), 45:4, 103:16, 105:11

John Adams, SS (Liberty ship), 11:21

John Amos (now Hero) (tugboat), 25:18

John and Francis (caravel), 103:26

John and Rebecca, 51:5

“John Barber, Chronicler of the Working Chesapeake,” 127:28–33

John Barry (Liberty ship), 52:10

John Brooks (steamship), 107:16

John C. Butler (destroyer escort), 71:16

John Carter Brown Library (JCBL), 112:40–41, 157:46

John Clark (packet), 5:38, 5:38–39

John D. Archbold, SS (tanker), 113:0, 113:10, 113:15

John E. McAllister (steam tug/tow converted to diesel), 8:14

John E. Pfriem (ex-J. N. Carter) (ketch), 20:39, 62:35

John Elliot Thayer (packet), 75:22

John Ena (four-masted barque), 114:14, 115:4, 115:4

John Ericsson, USNS (fleet replenishment oiler), 112:18

John F. Kennedy (Staten Island ferry), 62:27, 94:3

John F. Kennedy, USS (aircraft carrier), 30:9, 42:28, 52:22, 129:42

John F. Kennedy International Airport, 164:35

John F. Kennedy Trust, 88:23

John F. Leavitt (coasting schooner), 4:3, 5:5, 5:32, 6:3, 11:30, 12:38, 13:13, 13:31, 15:47, 15:47, 16:29, 16:29, 34:4, 80:2

John F. Leavitt (coasting schooner replica), 8:18

“The John F. Leavitt,” 16:29

John Gilpin (clipper brig), 14:13

John Gorrie, SS (Liberty ship), 11:9, 12:7, 12:10

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

John H. Amos (steam paddle tug), 3:30

John H. Campbell, SS (Liberty ship), 50:4

“John H. Dahlgren: Lincoln’s Seasick Naval Genius,” 156:20–25

John Howland Foundation, 79:13

John Howland (whaleship), 79:12–13, 79:13

John Howland (whaleship replica), 79:13, 111:34

John J. Harvey (fireboat), 99:12–13, 99:13, 99:34, 99:34, 100:3, 102:6, 102:6, 122:35, 126:17, 126:18, 135:45, 135:45, 136:9, 144:8

“John Lyman: The Hub of Our Wheel,” 12:13–15

John Manta (Cape Verde schooner), 9:30

John McDonnell, USNS (oceanographic survey ship), 112:18

“John Mecray: A Celebration of Life, Art, and Yachting” (Church), 164:22–26

John Milton (schooner), 2:29, 138:18–20

“John Nicol, Mariner, at the Battle of the Nile,” 85:62–63

“John Noble: Art for Life’s Sake,” 8:30–33

John Noble Collection. See Noble Maritime Collection (Staten Island, NY)

John Oxley (pilot ship), 2:27, 2:39

“John Paul Jones, the Ranger and the Value of the Continental Navy,” 100:9–13

John Paul Jones, USS, 156:39

John R. Kelly (Down Easter), 11:28, 13:41

John R. Manta (model), 10:27

John Randolph (steamer), 41:7

John Rutledge (packet ship), 165:12–16, 165:15

John S. McCain, USS, 145:52

John Smith Shallop, 114:36, 114:36, 118:29–30

“John Stobart Discusses His Art,” 11:36–38

John Taxis (ex-Wm. Stewart) (steam tugboat), 13:48, 25:18, 25:46

John W. Atkins (schooner), 24:31

John W. Brown, SS (Liberty ship), 6:27, 6:30, 11:9, 11:22, 11:33, 25:42, 27:38, 29:2, 29:11, 34:37, 35:28, 36:4, 38:32, 41:0, 41:12–14, 41:12–13, 46:38, 48:4, 48:33, 48:33, 57:19, 57:35, 58:35, 60:36, 63:38, 65:34, 65:37, 68:6, 69:20–21, 69:21, 72:10, 72:36, 75:3, 84:2, 88:31, 88:35, 91:38, 95:28–29, 95:28–29, 97:13, 99:36, 102:41, 103:38, 104:2, 104:2, 104:11, 104:11, 104:13, 104:13, 125:21, 132:9, 133:9, 133:9, 140:5, 140:5, 142:51, 156:13

John W. Brown II (ex-Twin Falls), 4:9

John W. Brown (merchant steamer), 4:9, 60:9

John W. Brown Preservation Project, 25:42, 29:11

John W. Brown: She Did the Job,” 29:11

John W. Cater (clipper ship), 8:4

John Walker, SS (Liberty ship), 35:13

John Wanamaker (now Clyde B. Holmes; steam tugboat), 8:14, 10:4, 25:18

“John White’s Sketches of the New World,” 55:24–27

John Winthrop (whaling ship), 51:5

John Witherspoon, SS (Liberty ship), 64:4

Johnsen, Norman, 95:28, 95:29

Johnson, Arthur, 152:17–18, 152:18

Johnson, Barbara, 31:55

Johnson, Donald S., 41:20

“Search for Longitude and the Prime Meridian,” 66:18–21

Johnson, Eastman (artist), 47:37

Johnson, Electa Search “Exy,” 16:35, 31:55, 36:10, 49:7–9, 49:8, 50:6–7, 57:16, 57:33, 78:4, 85:7, 91:12, 94:37, 110:7, 123:16, 129:11–13, 129:12, 130:12, 152:16–20, 152:16–20, 153:6, 154:6

letter, 85:3

Johnson, Harold W. (artist), 145:32, 153:42

Johnson, Herbert, 164:36

Johnson, Irving M., 5:22, 8:23, 16:35, 18:27, 29:23, 31:55, 36:10, 49:7–9, 49:8, 50:6–7, 57:1516, 57:33, 70:13, 81:19, 81:20, 85:7, 91:12, 94:37, 123:16, 129:11, 129:12, 129:13, 130:12, 152:16–20, 152:17–18, 154:6, 156:18, 156:18

“Do Something For the Ship,” 16:35

Peking Battles Cape Horn,” 7:42–44

“A Peking Hand Salutes His Ship,” 46:42

“The Shamrock V’s Wild Voyage Home,” 66:31

Johnson, J. Augustus, 144:24

Johnson, James M., 98:5

“A Warm Reception in the Hudson Highlands,” 98:11–13

Johnson, Jasper WIlliam, 146:6–7, 146:7

Johnson, Joshua, 153:26–27

Johnson, Kenneth W. Jr., 13:6

Johnson, Kristin, remembrance of Karl Kortum, 80:15

Johnson, Levi, 44:36

Johnson, Louis, 112:16

Johnson, Lyndon B., 94:6, 94:7, 94:7, 95:7, 95:8–9, 142:12, 142:14

Johnson, Marshall (artist), 20:46, 126:28–33, 150:28, 150:31, 150:31–32

Johnson, Paula

“A Guild for Small Craft,” 51:19

Johnson, Ralph

“USS Hornet,” 109:30

Johnson, Robert, 152:16–20, 152:18

Johnson, Samuel E., 127:45

Johnson, Stephen H., 116:44

Johnson, Steve, 95:21

Johnson, Thomas, 103:15

Johnson (cutter), 157:16

Johnston, David, 155:12

“Joshua Slocum: A Look Beyond the Voyage,” 73:20–23

Johnston, Douglas A.

“The Ship Comes First!” 36:7

Johnston, Henry, 163:19

Johnston, Jeff

“USS Monitor’s Gun Turret, A Look Inside,” 108:28–29

Johnston, Paul Forsythe, 51:6, 53:11, 54:9, 54:9

“Bernie’s Brownie and Harry’s Jars: A Tale of Titanic,” 138:12–16

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

“Knowledge: The Real Treasure,” 51:6–7

“The Smithsonian, the US Navy, and Aquatic Avian Excrement,”, 163:36–40, 164:6

“A Verry Fatigueing Journey—The Van Valen Gold Rush Archive,” 137:22–25

Johnston, Waldo C. M., 5:7, 10:29, 96:13, 96:16–17, 125:20

Johnston (destroyer), 71:16

Jolie Brise (pilot cutter), 33:11, 33:14, 47:8, 48:10, 95:34, 100:35, 100:38

Joliet (steamer), 55:29

Jolly Rubino (Italian cargo ship), 133:27

Jonah (superstition), 101:28–29

Jones, David John “Potato,” 92:30

Jones, Dwayne, 160:22

Jones, Eric C., 140:40, 140:40, 155:6

Jones, Icabod, 123:24–25

Jones, John H., 18:41

Jones, John Paul, 12:25, 13:45, 86:9, 100:9–13, 100:28, 115:8–11, 115:10, 115:22, 148:4, 152:37, 152:37, 153:40

miniature bust, 104:20

ships of, 12:17–21

Jones, Julie, 142:45

Jones, Moses, 157:19

Jones, Neil E., “The Oiler,” 127:12–16

Jones, Stephen M., 136:44

Jones, Steven Warren, 64:9, 85:6–7

“A Confederate Prize Crew Meets Its Match in William Tillman,” 93:34–36

Jones, Thomas ap Catesby. See Catesby Jones, Thomas ap

Jones, Tim

“OpSail & the Renaissance of Norfolk,” 86:20–21

Jones, Walter Restored, 18:41, 144:28

Jones, Wesley, 160:28, 160:28

Jones, William, 139:12, 140:14, 147:18, 147:19, 147:20, 153:32, 164:18

Jones Act (Merchant Marine Act), 11:20, 16:21, 67:35, 73:5, 76:3, 78:6–7, 79:2, 84:8–9, 145:56, 146:43, 150:50, 159:24–27, 160:28–31, 161:7–8, 163:54

(1920), 10:19, 150:50, 160:28

(1928), 10:19–20

(1936), 91:32, 95:8, 142:13

(1970), 17:30, 156:48

legislation to repeal, 132:45

on maintenance and cure, 159:25–27

on seamen aboard American-flagged vessels, 159:24–27

Jordan, Franklin

Charles Cooper Returns to Boston,” 4:48–49, 5:38–39

Jos. Russ (schooner), 22:10

José Oliviera (three-masted schooner), 114:34

Joseph (supply ship), 98:10

Joseph Conrad (ex-Georg Stage) (full-rigged ship), 2:10, 2:12, 5:6, 5:23, 5:28, 9:16, 10:29, 16:11, 16:16, 18:27, 24:29, 30:12, 30:34–35, 32:13, 32:19–20, 32:22, 32:25, 32:26, 32:36, 34:37, 35:30, 36:36, 48:39, 57:16, 68:6, 70:13, 70:14, 72:21, 81:19, 81:53–55, 82:2, 82:10–11, 91:9–10, 91:12–13, 93:2–3, 96:19, 101:18, 124:20, 140:25, 141:5, 157:29

(pictures), 5:11, 10:29, 18:27, 32:20–21, 32:0, 32:39, 81:53, 81:54, 81:55, 82:11, 91:0, 91:9, 91:11, 91:13, 93:3, 96:19, 140:0

Alan Villiers’s cruise home, 81:53–55

Joseph Ferens (steamer), 65:3031

“Joseph K. Taussig’s Welcome to the US Navy: Three Wars in Three Years,” 125:42–45

Joseph M Cudahy (tanker), 155:28, 155:28

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

Joseph Starbuck (whaler), 140:24, 161:34

Joseph T (oyster smack), 29:47

Josephine (whaler), ivory model, 78:23

“Joshua Barney’s Chesapeake Flotilla: Prelude to the Burning of Washington,” 147:18–22

“Joshua Slocum: A Look Beyond the Voyage,” 73:20–23

Joshua Slocum Society, 104:3

Josiah Quincy, 126:32

Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce, 14:43

Joy Parks (skipjack oyster boat), 5:29, 11:2

Joyant (P-Class sloop), 117:38, 121:42

Joyce, Vernon H., 41:13–14

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

“The Joys and Lessons of Painting the Fast-Sailing Ships of the Early American Navy,” 14:50–53

Juan, Jorge, 137:20

Juan Casiano (Mexican tanker), 130:33

Juan Fernández spiny lobster, 134:38–39. See also lobsters

Juan Sebastian de Elcano (four-masted topsail schooner), 3:6, 3:9, 4:13, 5:1, 5:12–15, 5:12, 5:13, 5:14, 5:20, 5:20–21, 5:21, 6:29, 18:17, 18:17–18, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 42:28, 54:14, 54:14, 57:36, 61:36, 62:25

Juan y Santacilia, Jorge, 137:19–21

Jubilee Sailing Trust, 25:43, 32:41

Judd, Jacob

“Manors on the Hudson,” 37:18–19

Judith (barque), 80:9, 143:16

Juet, Robert, journal of, 37:47

jukung (Indonesian outrigger canoe), 43:29, 43:30

Jules Verne (barquentine), 68:33

Julia (German barque), 141:15, 150:16

Julia, USS (schooner), 138:23

Julia Belle Swain (upper Mississippi packet replica), 8:18

Julia Delacruz (Biloxi schooner), 45:33

Julia H. Ray (steam schooner), 79:14, 124:12

“Julian O. Davidson (1853–1894): A Rediscovery,” 43:24–26

Juliett 484 (Soviet submarine), 103:36, 116:37, 116:37

Julius C. Wilkie (ex-James P. Pearson) (paddlewheel steamboat), 5:29, 17:36, 20:42

Juneau, USS (light cruiser), 163:54, 163:54

Junga (barquentine), 3:6

Juniata, SS (renamed Milwaukee Clipper) (passenger liner), 67:4, 85:52, 141:41

Juniata, USS (ex-Etak; now Te Vega) (steel schooner yacht), 26:3, 57:12

Juniper (clipper ship), 8:4

junks, 39:34, 84:14, 84:14, 100:35, 100:38, 100:42

Japanese (sengokubune), 43”31

Juno (harbor tug), 19:37

Junon, HMS (frigate), 139:12

Junyo Maru, 38:5

Jupiter (British privateer), 81:38

Jupiter (tugboat), 44:35

Jurkiewicz, Kazimier, 17:12

Justicia, 98:33

J. W. Carter (bugeye schooner), 14:44, 15:50

Jylland (steam freighter), 2:6, 2:14, 2:33, 12:27, 34:37, 36:33, 65:34, 145:46