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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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L. A. Dunton (Gloucester fishing schooner), 4:9, 5:6, 5:7, 5:8, 5:10, 5:11, 5:15, 5:28, 5:33, 6:4, 6:5, 7:32, 11:30, 12:38, 32:43, 42:12, 49:11, 49:12, 49:20, 57:17, 68:6, 78:14, 79:35, 96:19, 150:5, 150:6, 165:44

L8 (submarine), 90:29–30

La Amistad (ex-Western Union) (schooner). See Amistad (ex-Western Union) (coasting schooner/slave ship)

La Amistad (replica). See Amistad (schooner/slave ship replica)

La Belle (LaSalle’s ship), 100:42, 140:43, 140:45, 140:45

La Belle Poule (topsail schoooner), 3:8

La Boussole (Laperouse’s ship), 67:31

La Capitana. See San Salvador (aka La Capitana) (replica of Cabrillo’s ship)

La Condamine, Charles-Marie de, 137:18

La Dame de Canton (Chinese junk), 40:11

La Gloire (French warship), 16:12–13, 65:31

La Grande Hermine (replica), 17:26, 17:29

La Hogue, HMS, 149:32

La Liberté (ex-Earl of Pembroke; ex-Lord Sandwich, ex-Endeavour) (Cook’s barque; Whitby collier), 11:13, 11:14, 50:14, 74:30–31, 76:2, 83:12, 83:12, 83:18, 85:39, 86:3, 89:41, 91:20, 102:16, 102:38, 111:32, 111:32, 144:42

La Merced (four-masted schooner), 22:4, 22:4

La Ninfa (schooner), 63:20

La Recouvrance (war schooner), 60:38

La Salle, Robert Cavelier, sieur de, 47:17, 100:42

La Salle shipwreck, 145:48

La Trinidad Valencera (Spanish Armada ship), 104:39

La Vengeance (French frigate), 113:17–18, 113:18

La Vizcaina (Columbus fleet ship), 99:39

Labadie, C. Patrick

“The Shipwrecks of Isle Royale,” 47:30–31

Labaree, Benjamin W., 48:7

“America and the Sea,” 84:28–29

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

Lacey, William J., 4:43, 29:5, 117:29, 152:29

Lackawana (model), 130:47

Lackey, Dean, 162:26

Laconia, RMS (Cunard liner), 95:12, 98:32, 155:30, 155:30

Ladona (renamed Nathanial Bowditch; Gloucester schooner), 6:5

Lady Alice, 103:34

Lady Churchill (schooner), 33:20

Lady Edith (wherry yacht), 31:53

Lady Elgin (side-wheel steamer), 56:34–35

Lady Elizabeth (barque), 2:8, 13:41, 13:41, 25:43, 27:38, 31:53, 31:54, 34:36, 34:36, 42:35, 46:38, 54:5, 77:36, 77:36, 78:16, 78:16, 99:4, 99:4, 100:33, 104:3–4, 104:3, 133:35, 133:36

Lady Elsa, HMS (trawler), 68:12

Lady Franklin Bay Expedition, 121:14–18

Lady Gay (steamboat), 92:33

Lady Hopetoun (steam launch), 2:back cover, 2:27, 2:40, 28:34, 67:32, 67:33

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

Lady Katherine (brig replica), 6:27

Lady Katie (dredge boat), 86:26

Lady Katie (skipjack), 25:46

Lady Maryland (pungy schooner), 41:2, 41:32, 57:36, 63:35, 69:34, 92:13

Lady Morven (Clyde puffer), 33:32

Lady Nelson (replica), 17:29

Lady of Good Voyage (Gloucester schooner), 4:35, 6:1, 6:4, 6:4, 6:6, 89:34

Lady Penrhyn (iron barque), 13:39

Lady Roseberry (barge), 55:11

Lady Washington (Columbia River exploration), 43:20

Lady Washington (replica), 60:37, 60:38, 125:54

Lady Washington (brig), 146:24–25

Lady Washington (Continental row galley), 98:12, 98:13

Lady Washington (passenger vessel), 142:6

Lady Washington (sloop), 78:28, 79:23, 86:11–12, 86:14, 88:16

Lady Washington (sloop replica), 45:34, 53:11, 53:42, 53:43, 61:14, 79:23–24, 86:14–15, 86:14

Lady Washington Carries a Cargo of History in the Pacific Northwest,” 86:14–15

Laeisz Line, 89:30, 156:17

“Laeisz Line’s Preussen Inspires a New Five-Masted Square Rigger: The Royal Clipper,” 89:38

Laennec (ex-Oldenburg; renamed Suomen Joutsen) (windjammer), 2:10, 2:11, 16:17

Laescocesa (renamed Coalinga), 14:36

Lafayette, Marquis de, 132:22, 151:16–17, 151:16

life mask, 151:46, 151:46

Lafayette (ex-Normandie), (French Line liner), 19:38, 20:29, 27:5–6, 27:5, 36:15, 65:15, 65:20, 93:13, 95:13, 130:47

“Lafayette’s Hermione: A TransAtlantic Story,” 151:16–20

Laffey, USS (destroyer), 73:14–16, 73:17, 73:35, 133:21, 133:21, 148:29, 148:29, 156:9

Lafitte, Jean, 141:11

LaFollette, Robert M., 121:12–13, 160:30

LaFollette Seamen’s Act (1915), 160:29

Lagarto, USS, 115:14

Lagoda (fishing schooner), 11:30

Lagoda (whaling ship), 10:26, 11:30

half-scale model, 17:28, 114:40, 114:40, 126:41, 134:9

LaHood, Ray, 131:36, 141:41

Laight, William E., 143:32

Laird, Douglas R. (artist), 102:22

lakatoi (New Guinea raft boat), 43:29

Lake Aurice (cargo ship), 158:28

Lake Borgne, Battle of, 137:16, 141:10–11

Lake Champlain, Battle of, 43:24, 104:36, 137:12, 137:12, 137:13, 164:18

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM), 53:33, 83:55, 92:39, 94:40, 97:40, 106:36, 107:34, 111:18–20, 116:37, 121:42, 128:9, 131:39, 137:44, 138:5, 145:56, 150:53

“Lake Champlain Maritime Museum: A Council of American Maritime Museums Profile,” 111:18–20

Lake Champlain, USS, 118:38

“Lake Champlain’s Sailing Canal Boats,” 111:21–23

Lake Elpueblo (renamed Lamut) (Russian freighter), 22:25

Lake Erie, Battle of, 43:25, 48:37, 67:34, 106:37, 126:22, 128:8, 138:0, 138:24–25, 138:24–25, 138:31, 140:17, 140:18, 144:14–19, 145:55, 146:45, 148:21, 148:24, 151:28

Rindlisbacher’s paintings, 144:20–22

Lake Erie Island Historical Society, 81:44, 85:51

Lake Erie Shipwreck Research Center, 94:39

Lake Francis, 5:5

Lake Gatun, 148:14

Lake Geneva boats, 14:4, 14:4, 16:7, 16:7

Lake George Bateaux and Radeau Research Team, 63:18

Lake Huron Tawas Point Lighthouse, 103:37

Lake Michigan Ferry Sloop Project, 18:46, 20:42

Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum (LPBMM), 158:48

Lake Superior Marine Museum Association, 119:39

Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival, 36:35

Laliberte, Daniel A.

“Tempers and Tempests: the First Coast Survey Succeeds!” 151:22–26

Lalla Rookh (iron barque), 101:16

Lamartine (granite schooner), 139:27, 140:45, 140:48

Lambert, Andrew

“British Strategy in the War of 1812—the Balance of Power in Europe and the Perils of a Peripheral War,” 145:14–18

Lambert, Gerard Barnes, 136:18

Lambert, John, 87:14

Lambert McCarthy Gallery, 136:18–19

Lambros (freighter), 44:42

Lammert, Warren

“Charts that Tell a Story: Captain ‘Tiger’ Allen’s Nautical Charts,” 145:20–24

Lamorciere (barque), 14:57

Lamut (ex-Lake Elpueblo) (Russian freighter), 22:25

Lancaster (battleship), 85:45

Lancastria (Cunard liner), 95:13

Lance, HMS, 147:8, 147:8

Lancers (containerships), 114:10

lancha chilota, 35:32, 35:33, 35:34

Lancing (ex-Pereire) (four-masted full-rigged ship), 25:3, 124:30–33, 124:30–33

Lancing, a Ship for the Record,” 124:30–33

Land, Emory S. “Jerry,” 64:6, 121:5, 144:27

Land, John, 88:9

Land, Mrs. E. S. “Betty,” 64:6

land ships, 103:35

Land Tortoise (gunboat), 89:41

Land Tortoise (radeau), 63:18, 63:19, 63:19, 84:57

Landfall (ex-LCT 7074; ex-NSC l [19]) (Landing Craft, Tank), 150:34–35

Landing Boatshop, 29:2, 29:5

Lane, Bob, 137:40

Lane, Bruce, 34:36

Lane, Fitz Henry (artist), 150:28, 150:29

Lane, Fitz Hugh (artist), 15:55, 47:39, 76:28, 116:0

Lane, Harriet Rebecca, 163:16–17, 163:16–17, 163:19, 163:20

Lane, Jeff, 159:23

Lane Victory, SS (Victory ship), 50:34–35, 51:36, 57:35, 60:17, 63:38, 65:37, 68:6, 69:20, 69:21, 72:10, 73:17, 113:35, 114:36, 120:5

Lang, Michael H., “An Upstart Maritime Museum is Launched in Camden, New Jersey,” 144:34–37

Langdon, John, 103:14

Langenberg William H.

“‘Pull-Together’: The Queenstown Naval Command of World War I,” 99:710

“An Ugly Duckling Turns Warrior,” 91:32–34

Langley, Harold D.

“Sailors in Distress: The Origins of the First Federal Healthcare Legislation,” 153:24–31

Langley, Jimmy (modelmaker), 51:19

“The Language of Command in Sail,” 4:44–47, 5:4, 7:5, 9:4

Lanikai (ex-USS Hermes) (schooner), 52:15, 52:15, 52:16

Lankford, Evan, 156:44

Lansdown (sidewheel steamer), 7:25

Lansdowne (Hudson River ferry), 8:23, 10:11

Lapenotière, John, 132:38, 163:34–35, 163:34

Lapworth, Bill, 47:8

Large Navigational Buoys (LNBs), 54:32, 63:23, 126:36

Lark (sloop), 153:33

Lark (trawler), 101:11

Larkan, John, 121:24

Larken, Meriel, 42:35

“The Ship on the Roof of the World: The Yavari Project,” 41:6–8

Laron, Peter, 63:39, 99:13

Larrabee, Richard, 103:5, 103:5

Larry Doheny (tanker), 114:3

Larsen, Carl Otto, 4:15–16

Larsen, Frederick, 95:38

Larsen, Johan, 144:30

Larsen, Leif Andreas, 84:16, 84:18, 84:20

Larson, Bill

“Under Sail in the Pacific Northwest,” 79:23–26

Larson, J. L. “Louis,” 47:25

Larson, Jan, 63:9, 64:9

LaSalle Odyssey Planning Committee, 100:42

Lasher O (fish tug), 83:2

Lashly, Bill, 142:30, 142:31

Lasirena (ex-Allerton) (full-rigged ship), 3:33, 13:39

Last Change (tugboat), 9:14

“The Last Daughter of Davis Ridge,” 98:15–18

“Last Days of the Coriolanus,” 39:23–26

“The Last Dreadnought,” 31:7

“Last Drift Oral History Project,” 48:7–8

“Last of the Hussars,” 89:36–37

“Last of the Libertys,” 35:28

“The Last Passage,” 27:28

“The Last Voyage of the USS Saratoga, 1906,” 19:36–37

“Last(ing) Iron Ships—Iron vs. Steel in Shipbuilding,” 133:34–37

L’Astrolabe (Laperouse’s ship), 67:31

“Lateen Sail Through the Golden Gate,” 102:32–35

Latham, John, 132:13–14

Lathe, Carrie Horne, 35:7

Latrobe, Benjamin Henry, 141:18

“Launching the Maritime Education Initiative”

Part I, 62:7–9

Part II, 63:89

Laura Goulart (fishing schooner/ Gloucesterman), 6:3, 11:30, 12:38

Laura Janet (lifeboat), 52:11

Laurentic (White Star liner), 65:20

Lauwerzee (tugboat), 25:19

Lavalle, Frank, 70:7

L’Avenir (renamed Admiral Karpfanger) (four-masted barque), 18:63, 48:5, 70:12, 93:16, 93:16, 93:17

Lavish, Al, 51:19

Lavolta (now Arbella replica; coasting schooner), 8:17, 17:27

law of salvage, 134:29

Lawhill (four-masted barque), 8:6, 18:62, 32:15, 62:5, 93:17, 93:18

Lawlor, Dennison J., 49:14, 49:15

Lawrence, Jacob, 131:18–19

Lawrence, James, 107:14, 114:26–30, 114:26, 129:19, 133:11, 136:11, 136:13, 136:14

Lawrence, Mary, 160:21, 160:21

Lawrence, Matthew

“Diving into the Wreck of Vicar of Bray,” 162:30–35

“Lost and Found: The Search for the Portland,” 107:19–21

Lawrence (brig), 48:37, 145:6

Lawrence (schooner; revenue cutter), 28:32, 32:32

Lawrence, USS (Perry’s flagship), 10:27, 43:25, 114:26, 128:8, 136:14, 138:31, 144:0, 144:15, 144:16, 144:17–19, 144:21, 145:55

Lawrence, USS (destroyer), 85:21

Laws of Oleron, 128:33

Lawson, 5:5

Layman, JHoseph, 35:22

Lazzaro, Vinny, 41:36

LCIs, 69:13, 69:13, 88:3

LCMs (Landing Craft, Mechanized), 69:13, 92:17, 162:17

LCS 102 (renamed Nahka) (Landing Craft Support), 79:36, 79:36

LCT 7074 (ex-NSC l [19]; now Landfall; Landing Craft, Tank), 150:34–35, 150:34–35

LCTs (landing craft, tank), 69:12, 69:12, 69:13, 69:15, 88:3

LCVPs, 69:13, 69:14

Le Bon Pierre (now Bee; French privateer), 153:33, 153:34

le Corre, Yvon (artist), 51:38–39

“‘Le Grand Voyage’: Treasures from the National Maritime Museum, Paris,” 100:22–26

Le Maire, Isaac, 82:7

Le Pegase (hospital ship), 139:12

Le Redoutable (French nuclear-powered submarine), 96:35, 96:35

Le Renard (privateer schooner), 60:38

Le Tiger, HMS (trawler), 68:12

Lea, Albert, 163:19

Lea, Edward, 163:19

Leach, Whipple A., 51:5

Leader (D-6 container ship), 12:30

leadlines, 150:47

League Island (renamed Yankee; steamer), 11:8

Leahy, William, 161:21

Leahy, USS (destroyer), 100:18

Leander (Nelson’s ship-of-the-line), 79:19

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

“Learning the Ropes,” 161:24–29

Leary (destroyer), 143:27

Leathers, Thomas P., 43:13

Leavitt, John F.

“The Charles W. Morgan Under Sail in Distant Seas,” 96:46–47

Leback, Warren G., 95:28, 95:29

“The American Flag at Sea: Are American Merchant Mariners Overpaid?” 79:6

Ledyard, John, 36:10, 86:8–9, 86:10

Lee, Barney M., 64:28

Lee, Cyrus, 31:57

Lee, E. Brooke, Jr., 11:26

Lee, Frederick, 139:13–14, 139:14

Lee, Joe Jr., 130:20–25, 130:20

Lee, Kaiulani Sewall, 9:22, 11:26, 11:26, 91:25

Lee, Lance R., 10:3, 13:28–31, 27:37, 29:2, 51:4, 51:9

“Marsh Grass Roots!” 51:10–11

“‘The Perennial Struggle to Become What We Are Capable of Becoming,’” 28:6–7

Lee, Samuel P., 120:33

Lee (cutter), 53:30

Leeflang, Jan J., 35:27

Lees, Christian, 156:53

Leeta May (schooner), 68:5

Legacy ships, 104:2–3

Legare (Coast Guard cutter), 9:30, 120:32, 155:6

legislation

American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, 142:49

Abandoned Shipwreck Act of 1987, 39:7, 41:4, 42:4, 46:44, 51:6–7, 52:8–9, 56:34–35, 68:14, 68:16, 69:4, 82:38, 153:18

Belated Thanks to the Merchant Mariners of World War II Act of 2005, 111:35, 113:4–5, 114:4

Conservation and Reinvestment Act (CARA), 96:15

Endangered Maritime Resources (1994), 71:7

Fair Labor Standards Act, 160:30

Federal Act of 1874, 57:12–14

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

healthcare, 153:24–31

historical research, 163:54

LaFollette Seamen’s Act (1915), 160:29

Longitude Act of 1714 (Britain), 153:12

Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA), 160:31

Marine Debris Act, 156:40

Marine Mammal ProtectionAct, 156:47, 156:50

Marine Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act (1972), 149:14

Marine Schools Act of 1874, 10:19

Maritime Administration (MARAD) Authorization Act, 128:49

Maritime Administration Authorization and Enhancement Act for 2017, 158:15

Maritime Heritage Bill (1994), 71:7

Maritime Reform and Security Act (1995), 76:36

Maritime Security and Competitiveness Act, 69:37, 84:8

Merchant Shipping Act (United Kingdom), 128:35

National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), 155:24, 157:26, 158:13, 158:15

National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, 7:24

National Historic Preservation Act 68:14

National Maritime Heritage Act, 68:7, 70:8, 71:7, 74:39, 94:37, 96:15, 127:11, 145:48–49, 146:41, 148:32, 150:56, 158:13, 161:16–17

Naval armament Act of 1794, 142:37

Negro Seamen Act, 93:35

Neutrality Act, 87:34, 98:34

Oceans Act, 108:7, 154:30

Omnibus Maritime Bill (1979), 16:23

Passenger Vessel Act, 78:6–7

Peace Establishment Act, 103:16

Protection of Wrecks Act (Britain), 39:11, 58:36

Radio Act of 1912, 122:23

River and Harbor Act of 1915, 1917, and 1930, 7:24, 157:11

SAFE Port Act, 118:38

Seamen’s Act, 121:13

Special Places Protection Act (Canada), 52:9

STORIS Act, 150:56, 152:26, 155:24, 157:27, 161:17

Townsend Acts, 107:8

Treasure Trove Act (Canada), 52:9

US Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2015, 158:15

White Act, 121:12, 160:29

See also Jones Act (Merchant Marine Act); National Maritime Heritage Act

l’Egypte Conquise (privateer), 122:25, 153:32, 153:35

Lehigh, USS (monitor), 156:21, 156:21

Lehigh Valley Railroad Barge #79, 103:36

Lehman, John F., 132:8, 132:8, 136:31, 136:31, 137:8, 137:8

Leif Erikson (Leifur Eiriksson) (Viking square-rigged long ship), 5:17, 17:27

Leif Erikson (Leifur Eiriksson) (Viking long ship replica), 8:17, 17:28

Leigh, Brent

“Preindustrial Navigation at Expo ‘86,” 43:28–32

Leigh-Mallory, Trafford, 69:12

Leitz, Julie, 162:25

Leitz, Mick, 162:24, 162:25, 162:26, 162:27

Lejeune, John A., 165:43

Lend-Lease program, 67:10, 69:9, 101:9

Lenfest, Harold F. “Gerry,” 149:12, 150:42, 150:42, 151:9, 163:14, 164:10, 164:11, 164:11, 165:25, 165:25

Lenfest, Marguerite, 163:14, 165:25

Lenfest Ocean Program, 165:25

Lenie Marie, 21:32

Leods, Samuel, 105:17

Leona (towboat), 43:18

Leonard, Bill, 102:17

Leonard, Eden

“Schooner Roseway: Sailing a New Course in the 21st Century,” 163:22–27

Leonard J. Cowley (Canadian Coast Guard offshore patrol vessel), 139:31

Leopard, HMS (Royal Navy frigate), 85:40, 107:14, 110:29, 114:27, 116:12, 118:16, 153:36, 154:5

Leopoldville (Belgian liner), 34:38, 64:33

Lepic, Ludivoc-Napoléon (artist), 145:29

Lererett Saltonstall (schooner), 130:22

LeRoy, Robert (artist), 97:24

Lesher, Pet

“Navigating Between Friend and Foe: Jacob Gibson in the War of 1812,” 143:10–13

“The Lessons of the Liberties,” 11:20–22

Lester, Graham Joseph, 136:27

“Let Go and Haul! Lessons to Take Home from the Brig Niagara,” 126:22–27

“Let Us Sail Together in 1992,” 55:9

Letitia Lykes (merchant ship), 16:33, 16:33

L’Etoile (topsail schooner), 3:8, 37:33

“Letter Written on 4 October 1589,” 48:25–26

letters of marque, 90:14–16

Lettie G. Howard (ex-Mystic C, ex-Caviare.) (Gloucester fishing schooner), 4:9, 4:9, 4:20, 5:15, 5:29, 5:33, 6:1, 6:2–3, 6:4, 6:5, 13:12, 13:12, 13:17, 17:47, 42:12, 49:4, 49:12, 49:19, 50:5, 50:35, 53:11, 57:17, 57:36, 60:17, 60:37, 62:34, 62:34, 65:38, 66:25, 68:30, 73:33, 81:11, 82:4, 89:35, 92:13, 145:9, 147:28, 154:53, 155:56, 156:46, 159:19, 159:19, 160:6, 165:24

Lettie G. Howard and Her People,” 49:19

leudos (Ligurian boats), 39:34, 40:16–19

Levant, HMS, 141:15, 141:16, 148:44, 148:44, 150:17, 150:18

Leviathan, SS (ex-SS Vaterland) (United States Lines ocean liner), 7:22, 13:6, 20:29, 92:39, 98:33, 161:18, 161:18, 161:21, 161:22

Levick, Edwin (photographer), 70:28

Levin J. Marvel (ram schooner), 93:20, 95:3

Lewin, Terence, 89:43

Lewis, Amanda (artist), 154:28

Lewis, Archibald Ross, 54:36, 164:10, 164:10

Lewis, Bill, 36:8

Lewis, Ida, 44:36

Lewis Bonaventure (French ship), 103:26

Lewis H. Story (Chebacco boat), 159:19

Lewis R. French (topsail schooner), 25:45, 37:25, 93:22

Lewis R. Mackey (schooner), 37:25

Lewton, Theodore, 157:19

Lexcen, Ben (Robert Miller), 115:34

Lexington (fast steamer), 20:10, 20:10, 30:40

Lexington, USS (aircraft carrier), 12:29, 64:37, 73:17, 84:29, 106:36, 106:36, 148:29, 107:2–3, 163:54

Leyland Brothers, 19:10, 26:11, 26:11–12

Leyte, USS (aircraft carrier), 118:38

Leyte Gulf, Battle of, 71:14–17, 72:4–5

Liba, Manny, 128:29

Liberdade (Joshua Slocum’s boat), 73:20, 73:21

Libertad (Argentine square-rigged training ship), 2:12, 4:11, 4:12, 4:13, 5:12, 5:12, 5:15, 5:20–21, 5:21, 6:29, 20:30, 22:34–35, 33:33, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 42:29, 52:23, 52:23, 52:36, 52:37, 55:34, 56:31, 63:36, 70:21, 136:8, 138:33

on postage stamps, 59:30

Libertalia (pirate haven), 127:18

Liberté (Bantry Bay gig), 40:11, 103:30

Liberté (launch), 51:9

Liberty (ex-Katharine), 147:6

Liberty (new four-masted barque), 53:42

Liberty (schooner, Revolutionary War-era), 53:29, 53:31, 70:38

Liberty (tugboat), 10:23

Liberty (yacht), 116:23, 118:5

Liberty, TS (training ship), 54:13

Liberty Clipper (schooner), 92:14

Liberty ships, 6:27, 11:20–22, 35:28, 39:6, 43:4–5, 46:16, 58:5, 69:0, 91:32, 99:40, 104:11, 120:5–6, 121:5, 129:36, 148:29, 149:5–6, 149:14, 158:28–32

“Liberty Ships That Made History,” 104:11

Liberty Star, MV, 141:41–42, 141:41

Liberty Voyage program, 70:38

Liebaert, Judith

“The World’s Last Surviving Whaleback, SS Meteor,” 111:33

Liebchen (topsail schooner), 3:10

“Lieutenant Charles Hunter, USN, and the Blanche Affair,” 157:32–33

“Lieutenant Eliot Winslow, Kapitänleutnant Johann-Heinrich Fehler and the Surrender of the Nazis’ Top-Secret Submarine, U-234,” 142:16–22

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

“Life Aboard the Viper,” 54:46–47

“The Life and Art of John Prentiss Benson,” 106:30

“Life at Sea Is the Teacher!” 87:8

“Life of a London Waterfront in 1600,” 103:26–28

lifeboats, 156:8

Life-Saving Museum of Virginia, 51:41, 74:36

lift vessels, 159:29

Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program (LAMP), 153:18–19

Lighthouse Preservation Society, 71:35, 74:41

Lighthouse Service, 39:15

Lighthouse Week (Maine), 98:41

lighthouses, 62:35–36, 63:24–26, 93:40, 124:44, 128:48, 147:11–12, 149:43, 149:46. See also US Lighthouse Service

preservation of, 71:35, 74:41, 76:38

on St George reef, 63:20–23

lighthouses by name

Alligator Reef Lighthouse, 39:16

American Shoals, 39:16

Barns Ness, 116:37, 116:37

Blackistone Island, 98:41

Block Island, 119:39

Block Island Southeast, 60:39, 60:39

Boston Harbor, 143:48

Cabrillo, 146:24–25

Cape Ann, 142:49

Cape Cod, 62:36

Cape Elizabeth, 63:0

Cape Florida, 152:32–34, 152:33, 152:34

Cape Hatteras, 85:55, 88:39, 100:46

Cape Henlopen, 96:37

Carysfort light, 39:16

Cove Point, 113:35

De Tour Reef, 110:37, 112:36

Dixon Hill Light, 20:33, 20:33

Fowey Rocks, 39:16

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

Horton’s Point, 8:28

Knoll, 1:33

Lake Huron Tawas Point, 103:37

Massachusetts Eastern Point, 74:41

Minot, 127:5

Monhegan, 77:38

Montauk, 138:18–19

Montauk Point, 68:35

Nantucket, 62:36

Navesink Twin Lights, 94:34–35

Nobska, 161:52–53

Piedras Balcas, 62:36

Point Judith, 143:48

Ponce de Leon, 88:39

Ponce de Leon Inlet 83:44

Portland Head, 143:48

Portsmouth Harbor, 143:48

Roanoke Marshes, 96:37

Robbins Reef, 158:42–43

Sand Key, 39:16

Sankaty Head, 62:36, 71:7

Shinnecock, 138:19

Smalls, 165:34–37

Sombrero Key, 39:15

South Haven, 68:36

St. George Reef, 63:20–23, 63:20–23

Tchefuncte River, 158:48

Thomas Point 150:9

Thomas Point Shoal, 88:39, 124:44

Wood Island, 157:44, 157:44, 159:5–6

Lightning (clipper ship), 13:20, 14:7, 88:12

Lightning (motorship), 15:42

Lightning #1 (racer), 9:15

Lightoller, Charles Herbert, 51:37, 55:12

Lightoller, Timothy, 55:12

Lightship museums, 126:15

Lightship Nantucket, Inc., 65:38

lightships, 9:15, 48:16, 54:30–32, 56:4–5, 61:39, 82:34, 126:13, 161:38–39

Ambrose lightship, 4:19, 5:29, 13:12, 13:12, 13:17, 54:32, 54:33, 154:53, 155:13, 156:46

Boston lightship, 54:32

Cape Lookout Shoals, 161:41

Chesapeake lightship, 5:28, 19:22, 73:36, 88:31

Columbia, 5:29, 20:40, 25:47, 101:34

Cross Rip, 5:30, 54:32

Delaware, 5:30

Deutsche Bucht, 29:30

Elbe No. 3, 2:31

Fire Island, 100:20

Five Fathom, 5:29

Fladen (ex-Olandsrev), 2:33

Florida, 39:16

in the Florida Keys, 39:16

Huron, 5:29

Nantucket, 5:29, 42:28, 56:44, 80:20. See also LV-112; LV-117; WLV-612; WLV-613

Nore, 26:28

Portland, 54:32

Portsmouth, 1:33

Relief, 2:31, 5:29, 5:30, 20:44, 20:47

Sow and Pigs, 89:26

Swiftsure, 95:40, 100:42

Lightship No. 50, 61:46

Lightship No. 69, 161:39

Lightship No. 71 (Diamond Shoals), 161:38–41, 161:38

Lightship No. 72, 161:39, 161:41

Lightship No. 83 “Relief,” 60:17

Lightship No. 84 (LV-509), 2:31, 59:35

Lightship No. 88, 20:40

Lightship No. 105 (Diamond Shoals), 161:41

Lightship No. 112, 65:38

Lightship No. 114 (LV-114), 74:41

Lightship No. 189 (Diamond Shoals), 69:37, 82:34, 161:41

Lightship No. 537 (LV 115), 61:39

LV-83 “Swiftsure” Lightship museum, 126:15

LV-84 (Saint John’s light vessel), 82:34

LV-87 “Ambrose” Lightship museum, 126:15

LV-101 “Portsmouth” Lightship museum, 126:15

LV-103 “Huron” Lightship museum, 126:15

LV-107 (Winter Quarter lightship), 82:34

LV-112 (Nantucket Lightship), 4:35, 54:40, 81:44, 82:34, 113:35, 124:44, 124:44, 126:12–15, 126:12–15, 127:5, 127:5, 129:43, 129:43, 138:42, 138:42

LV-114 / WAL 536 (lightship), 126:13

LV-115, 61:39

LV-116 “Chesapeake” Lightship museum, 126:15

LV-117 (Nantucket lightship), 54:31, 54:31, 54:40, 81:44, 126:0

LV-118 “Overfalls” Lightship museum, 82:34, 126:15

LV-189 (Diamond Shoals lightship), 82:34

LV-509, 59:35

LV-605, 69:37

LV-612, 82:34

LV-613, 82:34

WLV-604 “Columbia,” 126:15

WLV-605 “Relief,” 126:15

WLV-612 (Nantucket lightship), 126:12

WLV-613 (Nantucket II lightship), 54:32, 126:14, 161:41

lignum vitae, 119:17, 119:22, 121:6

“Lignum Vitae: The Bosun’s Favorite Wood,” 119:17

Ligonier (radeau), 84:57

Ligonier (two-masted ship), 63:18

Lilac (lighthouse tender), 144:8, 150:39

Liljencrantz, Johan, 153:39, 153:39

Lilla Dan (topsail schooner), 3:8, 3:11

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

Lillebjorn (brigantine), 28:30

Lillian (catboat), 42:14

Lillian Nordica, SS (Liberty ship), 88:34

Lily (renamed Quickstep II), 14:63, 14:63, 60:8

Lily May (smack), 29:47

Lim, Bienvenido “Ben,” 95:8

Lime Branch (steamer; turret ship), 22:4

L’Impetueux (line-of-battle ship), 145:36

Lincoln, Abraham

blockade of Southern ports, 157:32

and John H. Dahlgren, 156:20, 156:23, 156:24

Lincoln, Leslie

“The Enduring Native Canoe,” 61:20–22

Lincoln Castle (Humber steamer ferry), 3:30, 3:30, 18:47, 20:34, 22:37, 27:37

Lind, John, 63:22

Lind, William S.

“Preserved in Amber: The 18th-Century Dockyard at Karlskrona, Sweden, 97:2024

Linden (Åland Island vessel replica), 64:37

L’Indien (frigate), 100:10–11, 100:12

Lindö (ex-Yngve or Ingve; renamed Alexandria), (three-masted topsail schooner), 18:18–19, 21:2, 36:22, 36:37, 45:8–10, 45:8, 57:36, 63:38, 65:37, 69:37, 72:38, 79:36, 80:2, 80:36, 80:36, 143:7, 165:24

Lindsay, Mary, 34:8, 152:30

Lindy Lou (motor launch), 143:48

Linehan, Terry J., 35:32

“‘The Canoe is Our Garden’: A Report on the Project Sponsored by the National Society to Build and Sail a Traditional Tami Canoe,” 30:38–39

“The Tami Canoe Voyage,” 25:11

Ling, USS (SS-297, submarine), 5:29, 12:28, 77:36

Linnet, HMS (brig), 137:12, 148:21, 148:22, 148:23–24

L’Insurgente (French frigate), 122:26, 129:16, 129:17, 138:30, 142:37

Linton, Hercules, 28:29

Linton, Richard (artist), 48:30

Lionfish, USS (submarine), 5:29, 12:28, 73:17, 94:20

Lipfert, Nathan, 158:44

Lipke, Paul

“Manual for Small Craft Preservation,” 51:22

Lipton, Thomas, 98:24, 116:21–22

Liss, Arthur, 70:7

Liss, Norman, 63:35, 89:32

Litchfield, Mark, 85:49–50

literacy, ocean, 154:30–33

“Literary Masterpieces in Wood,” 101:15–18

Little, Joseph C., 94:39

Little Jennie/Jenny (Chesapeake bugeye), 37:37, 40:11, 46:4, 50:17, 52:37, 53:42

Little Jennie Project, 37:37

Little Morrissey (schooner miniature model), 52:38, 52:38

Little Rock, USS (light cruiser), 12:29

littoral zone, poetry of, 138:40–41, 139:6

Littorio (Italian battleship), 56:13–14, 56:14

Liu Lin Hai (Chinese merchant ship), 16:33, 18:32

live oak, 119:17, 119:22, 121:6

Liverpool (transAtlantic packet ship), 154:39, 154:40

“The Lives of Liners,” 65:24–26

“The Living Act: Ship Restoration at Mystic Seaport,” 5:6–11

Living Classroom Foundation, 119:39

Livingston, Edward, 153:28, 153:28, 153:29, 153:31

Livingston, Ken, 101:9

Livingston, Robert R., 163:30, 163:32

Livingstone (renamed African Queen), 139:45, 139:45, 141:6

Livonia (yacht), 89:26

Liyanage, Dai, 101:9

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

Lizzie Porter (lifeboat), 18:46

Lloyd, Robert, 141:19

Loa (merchantman), 94:17

Load Line Convention, 128:35

Loback, Jim, 158:14–15

lobsters, 126:38–39, 134:38–39, 155:42–43

Loch Earn, 157:33

Loch Line, 44:3

Loch Nevis mail boat service, 33:33

Lochee (barque), 93:16

Locke, James “Flagg”

“The Lady Washington Carries a Cargo of History in The Pacific Northwest,” 86:14–15

locks and dams, 157:11–12

Locksun (German steamer), 52:16

Lockwood, Rufus Allen, 64:27

“The Lockwood is Relaunched,” 15:49

Lockwoods (emigrant ship), 7:36

Lockyer, Nicholas, 141:10–11

Locomotion Enterprises, 16:15

Lodebar (schoolship), 31:49, 31:50

Lodge, Elizabeth, 135:47

log canoes, 40:34, 154:22–23

Log Chips, 27:28

Logan, Burt, 76:37

Logan, Dave, 129:25

Loggers, Otto

“Tall Ships Challenge Education Center and Programs,” 125:54

Loire, HMS (frigate), 6:35, 137:14, 137:15, 147:20, 147:21

Lois McClure (Lake Champlain canal schooner), 106:36, 107:34, 108:38, 111:22, 111:23, 111:23, 116:37, 116:37, 118:40, 118:40, 163:52

Lois McClure (canal schooner replica), 141:43, 150:53

Lomax, Alan, 47:26

Lomax, John, 47:26

Lombardi, Joseph W.

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

Lombardi, Vincent, 128:29

Lombaugh, E. Victoria, 9:20, 9:22

Lomellina (Genoese ship), 62:37

London, J. Phillip, 135:8, 157:48, 158:10, 158:10, 159:8, 159:8

“Before ‘Old Ironsides’—the Origins of USS Constitution and Her First Captain, Samuel Nicholson,” 142:36–38

London, Leonard, 63:8

London (British flagship cruiser), 62:15, 132:23, 132:25, 132:26

London waterfront in 1600, 103:26–28

“A Lone, Slow Ship: The SS Parracombe Attempts a Mission to Malta,” 92:29–32

Lone Star (river towboat/tugboat), 25:18, 25:18, 36:16, 60:17

Long, “Huey,” 47:8

“The Long, Low, Black, Mystery Schooner,” 71:22

Long Beach, 30:9

Long Island Maritime Center, 50:17

Long Island Maritime Museum, 136:44

Long Island Nautical Heritage Foundation, 15:50

Long Island Sound, 50:4, 50:15–17, 50:22–23

“Long Island Sound: Introduction to a Storied Seaway,” 50:15–17

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

Long Island Sound schooners, 50:0

Long Island Sound Study (LISS), 50:22

Long Island Sound Task Force, 50:23

Long Island University SEAmester Program, 110:36

“Long Live the Niantic!” 15:44

longboat replicas, 8:17, 15:16, 17:28, 18:46, 19:39, 43:32, 61:15, 73:32

longbows, 101:20–22

Longfellow (excursion steamer), 107:17

longitude, 66:18–21

Longitude Act of 1714, 153:12

Longitude Symposium, 66:27

Longley, John, 126:44

Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA), 160:31

Lonsdale (steel square-rigged ship), 2:8, 3:13, 13:39

Loodschooner 4 (renamed Yankee) (pilot schooner), 129:13

Loof, Max, 141:25, 141:26, 141:28

“A Look Astern and the Course Ahead: A Conversation with Sir Robin Knox-Johnston,” 125:10–12

“A Look at the Herreshoff Marine Museum,” 89:18

“Looking for Japan—in the Caribbean,” 59:12–14

Lookout (clipper), 16:49

Loongmoon (German steamer), 52:16

Lopes, Alessandro, 163:14, 165:9, 165:25

Lopes, Christian, 165:9

Lopes, James, 55:7

Lopes, Richardo R., 55:7, 55:7, 85:6, 99:5, 113:6, 129:8, 141:8, 144:49, 144:49, 161:10, 161:11, 163:11, 163:14, 163:14, 165:9, 165:9, 165:25

“The Quest for the Truth of the Ernestina/Morrissey,” 34:13

Lopez, Danny, 144:56

Lopez-Mena, Marita, 37:11

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

Lord, Walter, 101:36

Lord Nelson (British brig, War of 1812 era), 150:16

Lord Nelson (Canadian warship), 28:34

Lord Nelson (schooner), 141:15

Lord Nelson, STS (training barque), 25:43, 32:41, 45:39, 47:11, 55:34, 62:19, 70:23, 95:34, 100:32

Lord North Island, 1:34

Lord Roberts (wherry), 31:53

Lord Sandwich (ex-Earl of Pembroke; ex- La Liberté; ex-Endeavour) (Cook’s barque; Whitby collier), 11:13, 11:14, 50:14, 74:30–31, 76:2, 83:12, 83:12, 83:18, 85:39, 86:3, 89:41, 91:20, 102:16, 102:38, 111:32, 111:32, 144:42

“The Lordly Hudson: ‘But the Rhine has no Mary Powell!’” 37:9–11

Lore, Marie, 28:3

L’Orient (French flagship), 27:4, 27:44, 85:32, 85:63

Lorna Doone (renamed Harmony), 101:16

Lornty (ex-Atlas; renamed Conemaugh) (square-rigger remnant; oil barge), 2:7–8, 3:13, 26:10

Lortz, Ridge, 136:23, 136:23

Los Angeles, USS (heavy cruiser), 163:9

Los Angeles Maritime Institute, 81:24–25, 84:53, 95:21

TopSail Youth Program, 152:19

Los Angeles Maritime Museum (LAMM), 74:39, 165:43

Los Tres Reyes Magos (reproduction galleon), 17:26

“The Loss of the Brig Maria Assumpta,” 85:49–50

“Loss of the Pamir,” 46:8–9

“Lost and Found: The Search for the Portland,” 107:19–21

Lotte Carson (three-masted schooner), 21:27

Lotus (corvette), 64:4

Loualf (barge), 34:22–23

Loud, Richard K. (artist), 62:30, 149:27

Louis XIV (king of France), 82:9

Louis (French schooner), 153:34

Louis S. St. Laurent, CCG, 125:52, 125:52

Louisa, 127:6

Louisburg anniversary, 73:32

Louise (ex-Jennie S. Barker) (Downeaster), 72:22

Louise (now Pacifica) (schooner), 22:12

Louise B. Crary (coal schooner), 139:26

Louise Lykes, SS (merchant ship), 143:5

Louisiana (American ship), 141:12

Louisiana, USS, 71:26

“Louisiana Shrimp,” 156:42–43

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

Love, Karen H., 15:52

“The Lovely Coronet: A Miniature Exposition,” 97:30–32

Lovely Lady (Wianno Senior), 51:12

Low, A. A., 88:9

Low, Sandford Hart, 9:6–9, 10:14–17

“The Navigators: Filming the Story of the Polynesian Conquest of the Pacific Ocean,” 29:14–15

Lowe, Matt, 154:35–36

Lowell’s Boat Shop, 60:17, 65:36, 65:40, 77:41, 93:25, 159:22, 161:56

Lowen, Robert J., 21:10, 31:55, 31:55, 55:7

Lower Manhattan Development Corporation (LMDC), 155:56

low-frequency active sonar (LFA), 156:47

“Lowlands” (sea song), 77:10–12

Loy, James M., 103:5

Loyal Convert (gundelo), 53:30

Loyalist class ships, 6:29

LSMs (Landing Ship, Medium), 162:17, 162:22

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

LSM-45, USS (amphibious landing ship), 94:21

LSM-380, USS (renamed Salvage Chief), 162:22–27, 162:22, 162:23, 162:25, 162:26, 162:27

LST-66 (landing ship tank), 160:32–34, 160:32, 160:33, 160:34

LST-325 (renamed HS Syros) (landing ship tank), 94:21, 96:32, 96:32, 105:38, 161:55, 161:55

LST-393, USS (landing ship tank), 93:38

LSTs (Landing Ship Tank), 69:13, 73:35, 87:38, 88:3, 97:14

Lt. Michael P. Murphy, M/V, 128:29

Lubchenco, Jane, 141:40

Lubeck Swan (Swedish merchant ship), 58:35

Lucania (Cunard steamship), 65:30, 95:12

Lucante, Vince, 128:29

Lucas, Carl, 128:29

Luce, Stephen B., 57:12–14

Lucera (Spanish ship), 41:24

Lucerne (schooner), 106:6–9

Lucy Evelyn (Down East schooner), 9:29, 9:30

Ludlow, Augustus, 114:28, 114:29–30

Luetjens (German destroyer), 30:10

luggers, 51:16

Lukeman, Richard J., 4:43

Lum, Khalid, 72:39

Luna (brigantine), 21:29

Luna (tugboat), 60:38, 71:7, 71:36, 74:41, 96:15, 96:34–35, 96:35, 97:6

Luna Erreguereña, Pilar, 153:18

Luna Preservation Society, 74:41

Lunde, Birger, 80:38

Lundeberg, Gunnar, 75:36

Lundeberg, Harry, 18:36–38, 18:36

Lundgren, Charles J. (author/artist), 6:12, 10:34, 16:47, 34:9, 47:40, 48:38

“Art Has No Boundaries,” 25:35

“At the End of the Artist’s Rainbow,” 6:9–17, 6:21–22, 6:25

Lundstrom, Ernest, 130:29, 130:29

Lundy’s Lane, Battle of, 137:11

Luray, Elise, 111:7

Lurline (renamed Chirikor) (steamer), 14:35, 14:37

Lusitania (Cunard steamship), 20:29, 55:33, 55:44, 65:31, 69:37, 72:36, 79:37, 95:12, 105:27, 144:48

Luther Little (four-masted schooner), 4:33, 4:33, 14:43, 19:4, 22:4

Luther T. Gerretson (schooner), 50:7

Lutine, 105:41

Lützow (ex-Deutschland) (battleship), 30:8, 64:47, 159:11, 159:11, 159:14

LV-83 “Swiftsure” Lightship museum, 126:15

LV-84 (Saint John’s light vessel), 82:34

LV-87 “Ambrose” Lightship museum, 126:15

LV-101 “Portsmouth” Lightship museum, 126:15

LV-103 “Huron” Lightship museum, 126:15

LV-107 (Winter Quarter lightship), 82:34

LV-112 (Nantucket Lightship), 81:44, 82:34, 126:12–15, 127:5, 129:43, 129:43

LV-114 / WAL 536 (lightship), 126:13

LV-115, 61:39

LV-116 “Chesapeake” Lightship museum, 126:15

LV-117 (Nantucket lightship), 81:44

LV-118 “Overfalls” Lightship museum, 82:34, 126:15

LV-189 (Diamond Shoals lightship), 82:34

LV-509, 59:35

LV-605, 69:37

LV-612, 82:34

LV-613, 82:34

Lycaste Peace (LPG tanker), 156:50

Lyceum movement, 9:13

Lydia (sloop), 134:23–25

Lydia Eva (steam fishing boat), 3:31, 26:28

Lykens (steam tug), 77:32

Lykes Lines, 129:34

Lyman, Dave, 81:32

Lyman, John Rowan, 10:1, 12:13–15, 12:13–14, 27:28, 72:22

Sea Forum, 1:9

Lyman, Mitchell, 12:13–14, 27:28

Lyman M. Davis (schooner), 47:37

Lynch, Tim

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

Lynch, William, 156:32

Lynn Mining Company, 131:10

Lynton (four-masted barque), 93:17

Lynx (privateer/blockade runner/topsail schooner), 18:44, 98:36, 98:36, 136:14, 136:14, 137:5

Lynx (replica topsail schooner), 95:36, 128:15, 136:30, 137:5, 125:54, 163:28, 163:47

Lynx Educational Foundation, 136:30, 137:8

Lyons, David A., 43:22–23

Lyric (Pacific troller), pilothouse, 19:41

Lysistrata (yacht), 89:27

model, 89:27

Lyttleton II (coal-powered tugboat), 25:19, 25:47