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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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K. I. Luchenbach (cargo ship), 9:4

Kabak, Jonathan, 165:24

Kadi’ak / Kad’yak (Russian barquentine), 105:38, 109:36, 117:6, 164:14

Kad’yak shipwreck in Alaska added to the National Register of Historic Places,” 109:36

Kaga (Japanese aircraft carrier), 102:10, 102:11, 102:12

Kahn, Michael, 156:38

Kaisei (ex-Zew) (brigantine), 61:39, 62:22, 70:23

Kaiser, Fred, 33:20, 33:21, 154:26

Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 95:12

Kaiser Wilhelm II, USS (renamed USS Agamemnon) (CTF ship), 161:21, 161:22

Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, 127:12–16

Kaisow Maru (sail training ship), 61:39

Kaiulani (ex-Star of Finland) (square-rigged barque), 1:6–7, 1:31, 2:3, 2:8, 3:3, 3:13, 4:1, 4:7, 4:8, 5:1, 5:3, 5:5, 5:33, 7:7, 7:16, 8:4, 8:12–13, 9:1, 9:19, 9:20, 9:22, 11:3, 11:26, 11:32, 12:13, 12:41, 14:4, 15:13, 16:11, 22:31, 25:42, 38:10, 46:7, 46:15, 47:4, 47:22, 49:11, 64:19, 71:6, 72:5, 72:19, 73:5, 74:4, 76:7, 78:2, 79:3, 86:17, 89:10, 91:2, 94:6–7, 95:7–9, 125:20, 142:4

(pictures), 2:0, 2:1, 5:35, 5:37, 9:19–20, 9:23, 9:25, 14:35–37, 22:29, 47:23, 71:6, 72:19, 91:2, 91:24–26, 95:9, 140:27, 142:0, 142:10–13, 145:4, 155:11

accommodations, 9:24

with the Alaska Packers, 14:35–37

Christmas aboard, 5:35–37

design and construction, 9:23–26

history and legacy of, 91:24–26, 142:10–14

letter regarding, 1:35

model contest, 1:6–7

at Pitcairn Ialand, 50:35

plans, 9:25–26

rigging, 9:24

wheel, 139:5–6, 142:14, 145:4

Kaiulani (Victoria Kaiulani Cleghorn, Hawaiian princess), 9:20, 9:21, 9:22, 86:17, 86:17, 91:24–25, 91:25, 142:10

Kaiulani: Princess, Ship and Legacy,” 91:24–26

Kaiulani, The Ship That Started It All,” 142:10–14

Kaiulani Amendment,” 95:9

Kaiulani Part I: The White Packet,” 9:20, 9:22

Kaiulani Part II: Design and Construction,” 9:23–26

Kaiwa Maru (Japanese four-masted barque), 2:12, 12:41, 62:21, 62:24

Kalakala (San Francisco art deco ferry), 87:39, 95:40, 133:22, 133:22

Kalakaua Boat House, 44:36, 81:32

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, 89:28

Kaliakra (Bulgarian training ship; barquentine), 48:16, 56:29, 59:32, 62:21, 70:23

Kalil, Steve, 165:8

Kalinin Bay (aircraft carrier), 71:16

Kalle, SS (ex-Cowboy), 81:3

Kalmar Nyckel (pinnace recreation), 14:51, 41:27, 46:38, 76:22, 76:23, 79:38, 82:36, 83:43, 86:22–23, 86:22–23, 89:6, 89:6, 95:21, 147:13, 147:28

Kalmia (commuter yacht), 78:26

Kamehameha (submarine), 30:10

Kamikaze suicide planes, 71:16–17, 71:17, 72:5, 160:33–34

Kamm, Robert F., 113:6, 115:6, 121:8, 136:4, 145:55

Kamookak, Louie, 163:46

Kamschatka (steam frigate), 143:31

Kamuela (schooner), 20:39

Kanangra (commuter ferry), 67:33

Kanawa (steam gunboat), 36:16

Kane, Elisha Kent, 156:32, 156:32, 156:33

Kane, Gary, 155:56

Kāne, Herb Kawainui, 157:40

Kanriin Maru (Japanese ship), 79:13

Kansas (steamship), 56:44

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

Kapella (barkentine), 3:6

Kaplan, Elaine, 147:15

Kaplan, Marion

“So Old a Ship: Twilight of the Arab Dhow,” 154:16–20

Karamanli, Hamet, 105:12–13

Karamanli, Yusuf, 105:12–13

Karanja, SS, 129:4, 130:5

“Karaphuna Canoes,” 27:47

Karel Doorman, 30:10

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

Karen Tibbetts (tugboat), 44:35

Karene Star (three-masted schooner), 28:30

Karl Kortum Endowment for Maritime History, 81:46, 124:46

“Karl Kortum on Downeasters,” 72:22

Karlskrona (Sweden), 97:20, 97:22–23

Karluk, 151:12

Kas wreck, 46:45

Kastle, Chris

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

Kastle, Tom

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

Katahdin (steamer), 32:43

Kate Cory (whaler), 6:3

Kate Dale (sailing vessel), 124:48

Katharine (now Liberty), 147:6

Katherine (ex-HMS Ramillies; renamed Royal Katherine), 27:10, 69:13, 99:30

Katherine Jackson, 165:22–23

Katherine Mackall (barkentine), 3:18, 3:21, 15:41, 20:2. See also Kitty Mackall

Kathleen & May (ex-Lizzie May) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:6, 3:8, 3:30, 19:18, 26:28, 43:39, 60:47

Kathleen D, 77:9

Kathryn (skipjack), 23:23, 86:26, 86:27, 127:30

Kathryn B (schooner), 92:12, 92:14

Katie (oyster smack), 29:47

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

Katie Hines (merchant ship), 144:37

Katori, 5:frontispiece

Kattoo, Ron, 164:50

Katy (renamed Providence) (sloop), 7:33, 12:17–19, 12:17, 14:43, 14:51, 14:51, 15:48, 18:21, 19:35, 20:30, 21:2, 21:31, 21:42, 25:3, 26:3, 34:27, 34:27, 45:26, 57:36, 63:35, 67:34, 77:36, 87:6, 100:9, 103:15, 103:16, 147:6

Katzev, Michael, 99:39

Kavanek, William (artist), 16:45, 21:37

kayaks, 43:32

Alaskan, 126:41, 126:43

Keansburg (ex-Nantasket; ex-Newburgh), 44:3

Kearns, Sean, 144:51, 144:53

Kearny, USS (destroyer), 87:35, 87:36–37

Kearon, John, 76:38

Kearsarge / Kearsage, USS (civil war sloop), 31:2, 133:22, 133:22

model, 137:45

Keatts, Henry C., 77:4, 77:4

“U-Boats and Rockets,” 80:33

Keenora (lake steamboat), 5:30

Keepers of Mispillion Light, 101:38

“Keeping Marine Traditions Alive: Woodcarver Joseph Uranker Restores Eagle’s Figurehead and Sternboard,” 105:21–23

Keewatin, SS (Canadian Pacific passenger steamship), 5:29, 13:49, 83:53, 83:55

Keeweenaw (steam collier), 22:24

Keil, Louis, 164:50

Keizan Maru (ex-Craw Keys) (Japanese freighter), 22:23

Kelch, Peer, 159:28–29

Kelley, Alexander, 165:12–16

Kelley, Irene Snow, 165:13

Kelly, Francis, 155:35

Kelly, James, 40:10

Kelton Foundation, 105:29

Kemble, John Haskell, 54:36, 57:30

Kempner, Harris L Sr., 46:44

Kendall, Larcum, 153:15

Kendall Whaling Museum, 16:37, 25:45, 36:36, 41:32, 72:8, 103:37

Kendall Whaling Museum collection, 99:36, 99:39

Kendrick, John, 61:32, 86:11

Kenedy, Louis, 59:36

Kenilworth (now Star of Scotland), 14:36

Kenkel, Craig, 131:39

Kennebec (tanker), 37:4

Kennebec, SS (steamboat), 146:48, 146:48

Kennebec, USS, 157:5–6, 157:5, 157:5

Kennedy, A. (artist), 35:38–39

Kennedy, John F (US president), 139:28

Kennedy, John F. (Honey Fitz), 24:19

Kennedy, John Pendleton, 156:33

Kennedy, Peter, 131:40, 131:40

Kennedy, Scott (artist), 77:26, 9:23–26

Yankee Spirit Takes Wing in Two New Brigantines,” 95:20–22

Kennedy, Tom, 70:7

Kennedy, USTS (ex-Velma Lykes; ex-Enterprise) (training ship), 126:40, 141:40, 152:52, 161:8

Kenner (LA) Naval Museum Commission, 79:36

“Kenneth Shoesmith: Merchant Sailor and Marine Artist,” 73:24–26

Kenney, Frederick J., 154:14, 154:14

Kenney, William, 78:26

Keno (sternwheel river steamer), 5:30

Kent, HMS, 121:46

Kentmere (four-masted ship), 114:12

Kenya maritime museum, 149:43

Keown, Ian

“Sailing in Sea Cloud,” 28:4

Kephart, USS (destroyer escort), 66:13, 66:13

Keppel, Charles T.

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

Kermit, SS, 3:18

Kerne (ex-Viking; ex-Terrier) (tugboat), 25:18, 77:36

Kessler, Ulrich, 142:17

Kestrel, 4:19, 13:12

Kestrel (steam launch), 4:43, 13:12, 15:53, 37:38

Kete, USS (submarine, SS 369), 22:23

Ketels, Gerhard

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

Kewatin (museum ship), 67:4

Key, Francis Scott, 87:15, 140:17, 140:18

Key West Maritime Historical Society, 24:30, 38:32, 39:19, 79:40

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

Keying (Chinese junk), 143:42

Keying II (Chinese fishing junk), 33:14, 100:38

Keystone State (ex-USCGC Seneca), 123:6

Keystone XL oil pipeline bill, 150:50

Khersones (square rigger), 62:21, 62:22

  1. I. Luchenbach, 11:9

Kickapoo (steamer), 158:31, 158:32

Kidd, USS (destroyer), 73:17, 148:29

Kidder, Abby, 163:24

Kiel Canal, 147:12

Kiernan, Kelly, 147:37

Kilauea (Hawaiian royal steamer), 112:11

Kilburn Mill (New Bedford), 164:53

killer whales, 123:37

Killerig (salvage steamer), 51:5

Killoran, 93:18

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

Kimberly, Arthur M., 93:31–32, 123:14–16, 123:14–16, 124:6, 124:20–24, 124:21, 124:23, 124:27, 124:27, 125:5–6, 137:7, 137:7, 140:4, 140:4, 143:7, 161:46, 164:10, 164:10, 165:24

Kimberly, Gloria (Cloutier), 93:31–32, 122:29, 124:20–24, 124:21, 124:27, 124:27, 140:4, 143:7, 164:10

Kimbrell, Kaiulani Christian, 91:25

Kimmick, Don, 64:9

Kineo, 75:26

King, Ernest J., 68:89, 69:9, 70:4, 104:8, 104:9, 105:23, 105:3

King, John, 116:33

King, Kevin, 35:13

King, Philip Gridley, 31:31–36

King, Richard J., 148:52, 164:4, 164:10

“Captain Cook’s Calamari,”, 157:36–37

“Do Sperm Whales Bite?” 40–41

“Louisiana Shrimp,”, 156:42–43

“Louisiana’s Brown Pelican,”, 155:44–45

“Pilot Fish,” 163:44–45

“The Straits of Florida: Where Oceanography Makes History,” 107:22–25

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

King, Thomas A., 35:13, 36:3, 68:6

“Reflections on Merchantman? or Ship of War,” 41:18

King, William, 147:16

King George V class ships, 31:15

King George V (turbine steamer), 20:34, 30:8

King Philip (clipper), 33:35, 163:38

The Kingdom, 18:26–27

King’s County (four-masted barque), 20:19

Kings Landing Historic Settlement, 7:33

Kingston, 16:20

Kingston (1717, brig), 24:29

Kingston II (tugboat), 15:50

Kingston Boat Yard, 24:29

Kingston Ceylonite, HMS (trawler), 68:12

Kingswear Castle (paddle steamer), 3:30, 32:41, 36:32

Kinkaid, Thomas C., 71:17, 71:18

Kinnear, James W., 53:7

“If Columbus Were Still Around,” 53:7

kiore (Polynesian rat), 165:40–41, 165:40–41

Kipawo (steel-hulled ferry), 26:31

Kipawo Heritage Society, 26:31

Kirby, Frank E., 47:44, 164:50

Kirin (schooner), 76:25

Kirk, Alan, 69:19

Kirk, James A., 145:52, 145:52

Kirk, James B.

“Saving the Last New York City Oyster Barge in Fair Haven, Connecticut,” 107:13

Kirk, James Franklin Sr., 53:40

Kirk, Jim, 155:12

Kirsta (steamer), 93:18

Kirsten, Nicolas, 61:24, 61:27

Kirsten Gallery, 31:23, 34:34, 51:41, 73:28

Kit Jones (tugboat), 154:4, 154:4, 154:34–36, 154:34–36, 159:6, 159:6

Kit Jones is Waiting for You,” 154:34–36

Kitchin, Melville A.

“William M. Davis: Artist of Port Jefferson,” 50:24–26

Kitkun Bay (aircraft carrier), 71:16

Kittery Historical and Naval Museum, 17:35–36, 21:30

Kitty Hawk, USS (aircraft carrier), 144:35

Kitty Mackall (barquentine), 1:17–18, 1:19, 1:21, 1:24. See also Katherine Mackall

Kitty Van Tassel (Hudson River sloop), 43:23

Klay, Bernie, 4:42, 86:36

Klebingat, Frederick K., 4:27, 6:38, 36:37, 38:3, 38:46, 39:45, 75:47, 83:40, 83:41

“Christmas at Antofagasta,” 75:45–47

“Christmas in the Fo’c’sle,”, 15:66–67

“Fire at Christmas,” 26:46–47

Hermes’s Destiny,” 52:16

letters, 5:3, 8:6

“A One-Trip Command That Lasted Six Years” Part I, 38:45–47

“A One-Triip Command That Lasted Six Years” Part II, 39:44–46

“Summer––North Atlantic,”, 6:34–38

Kleinschmidt, James Clinton, 65:40, 65:40, 95:7, 95:8, 142:12–13

Kleinschmidt, Norma, 95:7, 95:8

Klep, Rolf, 22:41

Klinteberg, Elin af, 140:46

Klip Fountain (Dutch troopship), 41:20

klipperbarge, 11:7

Klondike (sternwheel river steamer), 5:30

Klondike II (Yukon River steamer), 34:38

Klondike Gold Rush, 131:8–11, 146:31

Kloster, Knut Ulstein Jr., 101:32

Knapp, Gilbert, 32:43

knarrs, 76:11, 83:48, 83:52

Kneedler, Franklin, 80:39

Kneeland, Russell, 68:36

Knell, Gary E., 158:10, 158:10, 159:8

Knight, Lambert, “A Night That None of Us Will Forget,” 33:46

“Knight Errant of Historic Ships: A Memorial Service Address in Celebration of the Life of Frank G. G. Carr,” 60:8

“The Knit Before Christmas,” 121:39

“KNM Hitra: The ‘Shetlands Bus,’” 84:16–20

knockabouts, 49:15, 49:37

Knoll Lighthouse, 1:33

Knorr, R/V, 155:52

knot tying, 109:21, 136:35, 161:27–28

Knowland, Joseph R., 18:38

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

Knowles (barge), 55:11

Knox, Frank, 160:5

Knox, Henry, 98:12, 128:12

Knox, USS (frigate), 94:21

Knox-Johnston, Robin, 70:40, 123:4, 123:4, 124:26, 124:26, 125:10–12, 125:10–12, 125:38, 125:38

Knust, Herman, 93:20

Knuttel, Hajo, 65:39

Ko, Suzanne McMurray

“Musings on the School Ship Danmark,” 90:18

Koala (tugboat), 25:19

Kobenhavn, 52:3

Kocatas (steamboat), 45:23–24, 45:23

Koch, Christina, 160:20, 160:21, 160:21, 160:22

Kochiss, Jack, 36:8–9, 48:8

Kochiss, John M.

“Saving the Last New York City Oyster Barge in Fair Haven, Connecticut,” 107:13

Koen, Scott, 128:29

Koka, USS (Navy tug), 149:15

Kolesnikovs, Georgs, 70:40

Köln, 46:5

Kolomensky, Genady, 63:35, 89:31

Kommodore Johnsen (ex-Magdalene Vinnen; renamed Sedov), 2:10, 2:13, 18:61, 26:29–30, 26:29, 52:3, 55:34, 56:29, 56:31, 62:28, 63:35, 69:5, 70:23, 75:16, 75:17, 80:3

Kon Tiki, 11:10

Kona (schooner), 112:10

Königsberg, SMS, 141:25–28, 142:6

Kooiman, William “Bill,” 137:7, 137:7

Kootenay Lake Historical Society, 46:45

Koper, 20:46

Kophamel, Waldemar, 161:39–40, 161:40

Kopu (tugboat), 25:19

kora-kora (war canoe), 102:19

Koral (tugboat), 10:43

Kormoran (German auxiliary cruiser), 35:22, 91:34

Kortenaer, HHLMS, 158:48

Kortum, Jean, 155:12

Kortum, Karl, 4:30, 4:42, 8:29, 9:5, 28:29, 34:7, 34:36, 38:3, 38:13, 38:16, 55:7, 64:9, 70:14, 76:6, 76:6, 79:4, 80:2, 91:12, 93:6, 94:7, 133:34, 142:11, 142:12, 142:13, 155:12, 155:13, 162:33

(pictures), 4:27, 15:13, 15:40, 19:17, 46:12, 72:20, 136:8

founder of San Francisco Maritime Museum, 38:10–11, 46:12–13, 46:15

and Kaiulani, 49:11, 91:25–26, 94:6, 95:8–9, 125:20

letters, 7:7–8, 100:29–30

and the Niantic, 90:34–35

oral histories collected by, 83:40–42

and the purchase of Elissa, 15:12–13

remembrances, 80:14–15

sending Elissa to Galveston, 51:35–36

transcribing McAllister’s “Harbor Reflections,” 53:12

and the Vicar of Bray, 90:35

Kortum, Karl (author)

“Aloha Kaiulani Part IV: With the Alaska Packers,” 14:35–37

“Briging Home the ‘American Ship’“, 72:19–22

“California Ships Dreaming: Follow the Star!” 8:10–11

“The Finding of Wavertree,” 20:18–23

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

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

“The Mighty Moshulu: A Short History, Part I,” 60:13–15

“The Mighty Moshulu: A Short History, Part II,” 61:8–12

“Opportunity in San Francisco,” 4:26–28

Wapama: The Last Pacific Steam Schooner,” 79:14–15

Kortum, Ken, 152:30

“The Kortum Legacy,” 76:7

Kortum Memorial Fund, 80:4

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

Kourkoumelis, Dimitris, 156:53

Koutalis, Evangelos, 18:24–25

Kovacs, Evan, 156:53

Kovenhavn (five-masted barque), 15:41

Kowalczk, Tom, 120:40

Koza, Thaddeus J., 134:45

“The Jeanie Johnston: A Dream Rebuilt,” 88:20

“The Square Riggers of Zygmunt Choren,” 62:21–22

“Under Sail in European Waters,” 80:17–19

Kozlay, Clarence, 47:8

Kozlovsky, William, 81:33

Krafft, Mikael, 59:32, 76:20

Kramer, Russ (artist), 133:32, 153:42, 158:0, 159:38, 159:38

“The America’s Cup,” 158:22–25, 158:22–25, 162:13

Kranich (torpedo boat), 12:28

Kranj, 20:46

Krauss, Bob, 81:34

kraweel (Hanseatic sailing ship) replica, 103:37

Krebs, Thomas (modelmaker), 72:30

Krepp, Denise, 158:13, 163:10

Krieger, Michael J.

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

krill, 127:37

Kroehl, Julius Hermann, 165:44–45

Kroll, C. Douglas

“Attack on Cape Florida Light, 1836,” 152:32–34

“Diamond Shoals No. 71: The Only US Lightship Sunk by Enemy Action,” 161:38–41

Kronprinz Wilhelm, SMS (renamed USS Von Steuben), 161:18, 161:22

Krowka, Mead, 153:10

Kruger, Verlen, 20:36

Krugman, Marty, 121:32

Krupinski, Loretta (artist), 74:28, 149:28, 159:38

Krusenstern, Johann von, 89:31

Kruzenshtern (ex-Padua) (four-masted barque), 2:8, 4:11, 4:11, 5:12, 5:15, 5:20, 5:21, 18:59, 18:61, 26:29, 38:30, 48:5, 48:16, 52:3, 52:23, 52:23, 52:46, 52:47, 54:5, 56:31, 62:34, 63:34, 63:35, 63:35, 67:36, 69:5, 70:23, 71:40, 75:16–17, 80:18, 83:50, 89:30–32, 89:31, 156:18, 159:29

Kublai Khan’s fleet, 23:27

Kubodera, Tsunemi, 157:37

Kugler, Richard C.

“The Wide Ocean World of William Bradford,” 104:22–25

Kukri, 5:20

Kukulya, Amy, 135:35

Kursk, Battle of, 69:8

Kurt (renamed Moshulu; renamed Oplag; renamed Moshulu). See Moshulu (ex-Dreadnought; ex-Kurt; renamed Oplag) (four-masted barque)

Kyd, Jerry, 156:55

Kyne, Peter B.,

“Matt Peasley Rejects Some Credentials,” 22:46–47

Kyne, USS (destroyer escort), 116:6

Kyrenia ship, 13:27, 13:27

Kyrenia II (Greek trading ship reconstruction), 29:30, 51:8, 73:9, 73:10

Kytr, Hobe

“The Lady Is Changeable. Catch Her When She Is Angry,” 61:46