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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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M. F. Merrich (schooner), 136:46

M. Mitchell Davis (steam tug), 76:13

M. P. Grace (Down Easter), 8:6

M. V. Forrest, 5:25

Maasdam (renamed Stefan Batory) (transatlantic liner), 65:22

Mabel L. Lockhart (model), 137:45

Mabel Stevens, 57:36

Mabie, Roger W.

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

Mabus, Ray, 136:4, 136:4

Macapagal, Diosdado, 94:6–7, 94:7, 95:7, 142:12, 142:14

MacArthur, Douglas, 71:17

MacArthur, Ellen, 115:29, 115:29

MacArthur, Walter, 21:27–28

Macaw, USS (naval ship), 113:37

Macdonald, Thomas H., 143:32–33

Macdonough, Thomas, 137:12, 137:12, 138:5, 137:0, 138:5, 138:26, 138:26, 140:17, 140:18, 148:21, 148:21, 164:19

Macedo, Abilio, 9:27

Macedo, Antonio, 9:27

Macedonian, HMS (British frigate), 68:27, 116:11, 116:12–14, 116:13, 134:14, 134:14, 135:6, 135:10–14, 135:10, 135:12, 135:13, 141:14, 149:31, 150:20

MacFarlane, Emily, 85:49

MacFarlane, Jessica, 163:4, 163:4

Machias, Maine, 123:24–27

Machias, USS (gunboat), 157:17–18

Machias Liberty (ex-Polly), 123:24, 123:26–27

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

MacIntosh, William

“Baltimore: A Renaissance City,” 88:30–32

MacIver, Kenneth

“Russians Attack Civilian Craft,” 31:25

Mackay, Andrew, 160:24–25, 160:25

MacKay, Robert, 50:16

Mackinac Island State Park Commission, 23:26

Mackinaw, 22:24

Mackinaw boats, 82:15, 82:16, 101:0

MacLean, Eleanore

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

MacLean, John, 70:7

MacLeod, Duncan, 163:13

MacMillan, Donald B., 32:17, 40:24, 144:36, 155:38–40, 155:38, 156:6

MacMillan, Miriam, 40:24

MacMullen, Jerry, 8:11

Macomb, Alexander, 137:11–12, 137:11, 148:24

Macomb (snagboat), 74:13

Macy, William H., 144:28

Madalan (ex-Illyria) (steel yacht/Cape Verde schooner), 7:20, 9:28, 9:30

Madame (French galley), stern carving, 1:0, 1:1

Madawaska, USS (renamed USAT US Grant) (CTF ship), 161:19, 161:21, 161:22

Maddox, USS, 140:11

Madeira Pet (British cargo ship), 47:19

Madeirense (steamship), 137:2628

Madelaine (schooner), 69:34

Madeline (19th-century cargo schooner replica), 68:33, 164:30

Madison (Coast Survey schooner), 120:32

Madison (US privateer), 139:11

Madraque de Giens (shipwreck), 57:20, 100:39

Madrigal, Tony, 94:6

Madison, Dolly, 163:17

Maersk Alabama (container ship), 127:21, 143:42

Maffitt, John, 120:33–34, 120:33

Magdalena, RMS, 73:0

Magdalene Vinnen (ex-Kommodore Johnsen; renamed Sedov) (square-rigged training ship), 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

Magellan, Ferdinand, 79:10–11, 79:33, 84:12, 112:20–21

Magellan, 10:14–15

Maggie (steamer), 20:15

Maggie Lee (oyster dredge), 23:23

Maggie Lee (skipjack), 5:29

Maggio, Joe

“Miami: In the Wake of the Santiago,” 85:16–18

Maggs, Thomas

“Modelmaker’s Corner: Rex Stewart,” 37:31

Magic (centerboard schooner), 98:23, 116:20

Magic (log canoe), 32:10, 32:11, 154:25–26

Magic (tugboat), 61:27

“A Magical Shipyard’: An Appreciation of the Modelmaking Art of Erik A. R. Ronnberg,” 32:28–29

Magnet, 139:6

magnetic compass, 137:30–31

Magnificent, HMS, 132:39

Maguire, James G., 121:11, 121:12

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, 86:16, 86:17, 103:11, 103:13, 104:6, 124:17, 129:38, 155:33

Mahan, Michael W., 155:38–41

Maher, George, 95:28

Mahoning (Coast Guard icebreaker), 33:18

Maid of the Loch (sidewheel steamer), 25:43, 26:29, 33:32

Maidstone, HMS (frigate), 139:11, 141:22

Maine, USS (battleship), 10:27, 86:16, 86:17, 86:19, 94:8, 103:11, 107:24, 107:24, 120:35, 125:42, 144:30, 148:13, 157:16

Maine Antique Boat Society, 4:5

Maine Lighthouse Museum (MLM) (Rockland, Maine), 124:44, 124:45–46, 151:42–44

Maine Lights Plan, 71:35

Maine Maritime Academy, 4:35, 24:29, 60:39, 155:38, 155:41, 157:27, 163:43

Maine Maritime Museum (MMM), 20:37, 22:36, 22:38, 23:21, 24:29, 25:45, 27:37, 28:30, 31:56, 38:38, 39:35, 57:39, 61:39, 77:38, 77:40, 84:54, 97:40, 103:37, 106:36, 113:39, 118:38, 132:45, 142:55, 144:5, 145:4, 145:10–11, 145:20, 145:24

Restorationshop, 24:5

Riverfront Gallery, 75:21, 88:28, 124:36

Maine Memory Network, 101:36

Maine Ocean School, 157:40

Maine shipbuilders, 23:21

Maine State Museum, 11:34, 16:34, 21:30, 24:29

Maiser, Barbara (artist), 149:26

Maitland, Dick, 29:20

Maitland, Guy E. C., “Clay” 91:39, 92:5, 92:5, 95:5, 97:6, 99:5, 103:5, 113:6, 116:8, 116:8, 117:8, 117:8, 137:8, 141:9

Maitz, Don (artist), 163:33

Majestic (iron ship), 13:39

Majestic (ocean liner), 20:9, 20:29, 20:29, 65:21

Majestic (showboat), 74:18

Major General William H. Hart (New York City ferry), 4:20, 5:29, 8:28, 13:12, 13:12, 13:17, 57:18, 62:35

Major Tompkins (mail steamer), 14:40

makary (manzala), 39:34

“Make Way for a Sailor: A Memoir of Captain Archie Horka, 1901–1979,” 15:40–42

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

“Making Waves: 20th-Century Fisheries on Cape Ann,” 82:20–21

Malabar (schooners), 47:9, 131:29

malaria, 148:18–19

Malaya, HMS (British battleship), 65:16

Malcolm Miller (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:8, 5:23, 37:33, 38:36, 45:40–43, 45:40–41, 47:4, 48:17, 57:0, 57:11, 70:22, 71:40, 75:16, 95:34

Maley, William, 129:17

Malkames, Rick, 129:8

Mallory, Clifford Day Jr., 68:6, 68:6, 72:20, 76:5, 96:19, 96:36

Mallory, Stephen R., 74:8, 136:26

Mallows Bay “Ghost Fleet,” 158:32

Mallows Bay-Potomac River National Marine Sanctuary, 149:42, 158:32

Malolo (ex-Matsonia, ex-Atlantic, renamed Queen Frederica) (liner), 7:22

Maltran, 101:13

Malvern, USS (ex-Ella and Annie) (gunboat), 152:23–24, 152:24

Malwa (liner), 65:24

Mamie A. Mister (Chesapeake Bay skipjack), 20:39, 24:3, 24:30

Mamie Mister (dredge boat), 86:24

“Man and Machine: LTJG Charles Eliot Winslow and His Heroic Rescues in Command of the Coast Guard Cutter Argo,” 130:30–33

“Man and the Oceans,” 128:32–36

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

“Managing Titanic,” 139:38

Manchester, William

“Guadalcanal,” 63:40

Manchester Ship Canal, 33:32, 53:34–35, 55:5, 65:22

“Manchester Ship Canal,” 53:34–35

Mandalay, S/V (ex-Hussar IV; ex-Vema) (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

Mandu (schooner), 148:0, 148:44

Manga Reva (ex-Pyrenees) (four-masted barque), 21:13, 21:15, 161:0

Manhattan (tanker), 13:16, 70:12, 100:45

Manhattan (yacht), 116:4, 119:8, 119:8

Manhattan, SS (United States Lines passenger liner), 65:21, 84:50, 92:39, 138:5, 144:35

Manila Bay, Battle of, 94:10, 94:12, 147:41

Manistique Marquette Northern I (renamed SS Milwaukee) (steam screw ferry), 153:49, 153:49

Manitowoc Maritime Museum, 22:41, 29:29, 40:35

Manjiro Nakahama (John Mung), 79:12–13, 111:34, 115:20

Manjiro Society, 115:20

Manley, John, 103:14

Manlove, Oliver Perry, 64:27

Mannino, Robert Jr.

“S.O.S. for the Nantucket Lightship / LV-112,” 126:12–15

“Manors on the Hudson,” 37:18–19

Manta (whaler), 8:20

“‘Mantanhas’: Ernestina’s Work Today,” 49:21

“Manual for Small Craft Preservation,” 51:22

Manxman, TSS (passenger steamer), 24:27, 28:30

Manxman Steamer Society, 24:27

Manzolillo, James, 98:38

Maple (barge), 21:32, 24:30

Maple Leaf (side-wheel steamer), 116:25, 116:25, 117:6

maps and charts, 86:28, 87:22–25, 100:24, 104:15–17, 105:38, 109:3, 113:37, 119:12–13, 145:21–24, 145:51, 146:7, 149:16, 150:46–47

French Drake map, 119:12–13

Historic Map and Chart Collection, 112:40

Jodocus Hondius world map, 119:15

John Farrer Map, 119:14–15, 119:14

navigation charts, 138:46–47

nineteenth-century, 163:36

Piri Reis map, 110:3–4

Mar Cantabrico (Spanish freighter), 10:41–43, 10:41, 11:9

“A Marblehead Seaman from the War of 1812,” 146:18–21, 147:6

“Marc Castelli, Artist Advocate for the Chesapeake Bay Watermen,” 132:28–32

Marcel “B” (renamed Bonhomme Richard) (replica ship), 14:46

Marcel B. Surdo (three-masted barkentine), 19:40

Marchand, Etienne, 61:32

Marchena, Antonio de, 54:18

Marchioness of Clydesdale, 61:5

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

Marconi, Guglielmo, 122:20–21, 122:20, 122:23

Marcy (Coast Survey schooner), 140:29

Mare Island Artifacts Museum, 103:37

Mare Island Historic Park Foundation (MIHPF), 144:12–13

Mare Jonio (tugboat), 13:43

Marean, Parker E. III, 41:38, 84:56, 162:33

Marenakos, Ann, 50:27

Marenakos, James P., 50:27, 50:27, 55:7

Marengo (whaleship), 94:39

Margaret (Canadian wooden ship), 13:41, 61:32, 162:30

Margaret Emilie (oyster schooner), 5:29

Margaretta (schooner), 123:24–27, 123:26

Margot (tugboat), 80:20

Margraethe (queen of Denmark), 36:33

Maria (British flagship), 97:8, 104:37, 117:15, 117:19

Maria (ex-Robin) (British steam coaster), 3:30, 26:28, 65:34

Maria (topsail schooner), 53:30, 53:31

Maria (yacht), 97:9

Maria Assumpta (wooden brig), 74:35, 75:21, 85:49–50

Maria Sony (ex-Dorothy Snow) (Cape Verde schooner), 9:29, 30

Maria Teresa (Spanish cruiser), 125:43

Mariah (schooner), 20:39

Marianas Trench Marine National Monument, 126:40–41

Mari-Cha IV (schooner), 112:38

Marie Sophie (brig), 21:34

Mariehamn (barque), 93:16

Marigold (Drake’s ship), 15:25, 15:25, 70:12, 80:10, 81:12, 143:15, 143:16, 143:17

Marigold (shrimper), 92:20

Maril, Herman (artist), 128:23

Marilyn (freighter), 35:25

Marimed Foundation, 70:38

Marin, John (artist), 15:55, 39:30

marina manager, 149:37

Marine (brig), 64:28

marine archaeologists, 112:23, 125:40–41

marine archaeology, 7:25, 8:4, 8:24–25, 13:27, 16:19, 20:34, 22:36, 23:4, 31:54, 36:32, 36:34, 39:3, 39:7, 41:4, 51:4, 53:8, 56:34, 60:17, 62:36–37, 63:36–37, 65:37, 68:0, 68:17, 70:39, 74:35–36, 77:40, 79:37, 80:38, 81:44–45, 83:52, 84:5, 85:54, 88:38, 94:40, 96:37, 98:41, 100:44, 104:40–41, 105:24, 107:26, 108:0, 124:44, 124:48, 138:36–38, 139:26–27, 148:53, 153:16–22. See also shipwrecks

in Alaska, 111:6–9

in Lake Champlain, 37:39

in Falklands ship graveyard, , 162:34–35

London waterfront, 103:26–28

in the Mediterranean, 39:8–10

protection of underwater archaeological sites, 39:11

in St. Augustine, 163:50

Tektas Burnu site, 92:38–39

“Treasures of ‘The Boundless Deep,’” 104:15–17

See also shipwrecks

“Marine Archaeology Experts Bring their Science to Schools, 67:8–9

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

marine and maritime art, 15:54–56, 17:41, 17:47, 23:40, 24:34–37, 25:32–34, 25:35, 26:34–37, 27:30, 28:23, 30:21, 32:35, 33:37, 41:29, 43:27, 44:28, 45:31, 46:25, 47:39, 48:30, 53:26–27, 54:27–28, 55:29, 58:28, 59:23, 64:30–31, 65:29, 66:24, 67:23, 77:26, 82:32, 85:40, 93:28, 98:30, 101:27, 123:34, 146:22–26, 150:44–45, 163:33

“Art of the Figurehead,” 50:29

Art show to benefit NMHS, 79:29

“As In a Mirror,” 99:23–25

“At the Water’s Edge,” 165:26–30

“Before the Bridge: 19th-Century Paintings of the Golden Gate,” 95:24–26

Brooks, Robin, “The Search for the Spirit,” 85:36–39

“The Camera’s Coast,” 105:33

“A Cape Horn Odyssey,” 18:57–63

“Capturing the Moment” (Frank P. Corso), 93:24–27

celebrating Charles W. Morgan, 143:25

“A Celebration of Clippers,” 88:24–26

contemporary, 21:36–38

Coos Bay Maritime Art exhibit, 105:30

decorative trailboards, 86:24–27

De Simone, Tommaso and Antonio, 68:24–27

Dutch, 56:23

figureheads, 96:22–25, 101:15–18

“Gallery of Steam,” 64:20–22

glass painting, 15:5

Grant, Gordon Hope, 116:26–29

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

Great Lakes, 47:35–38, 105:30

guano art, 163:39

guest editorial (Alex A. Hurst), 26:38–39

Haiti, art of, 130:0, 130:38, 131:4

Hanlon, Christine, 133:26–30

of the Hudson River, 37:23–25

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

impressionist, 145:0, 145:26–30

impressions of Martha’s Vineyard, 42:24–25

interview with Bill Gilkerson, 84:30–34

“Italian Seaport Cities,” 53:24

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

“John Stobart’s ‘Worldscape,’” 67:26–30

lighthouses, 63:24–26

“The Lives of Liners,” 65:24–26

“The Marine Art of Frances F. Palmer,” 74:24–26

“Marine Artist Linda Norton, Rediscovering Her Maritime Roots,” 119:26–27

“Marine Artists of New York,” 9:32–35

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

MarineArt Quarterly, 96:26

in Maritime History of the World, 41:24–27

“Mark Myers and West Country Seafaring,” 59:16–21

“Memories and Reflections—the Marine Art of Charles Peterson,” 101:24–26

Michael Blaser’s World of Steamboats, 57:26–27

Minnesota Marine Art Museum, 118:20–22

Modern Marine Masters Exhibition, 118:42

Muller, William Gordon, 58:24–26

naval miniatures, 90:32–33

New York Seaport, 17:43–45

“Observation, Memory, Imagination,” 94:22–24

oil painting of the Antarctic, 108:37

of the Pacific Northwest, 61:24–27

Pearl Harbor commemoration, 99:26

pierhead art, 75:21

poster art collection, 72:30

public marine sculpture, 92:23

Reflections of the Sea, 105:32

“Respect for Ivory,” 77:24–25

The Road to China, 54:24–26

Schumacher, E. G., 44:26–27

sculpture, 61:28, 162:38–39

seafaring and the arts of the China trade, 105:29

“The Sloop Experiment Leads the Hudson out into the Wider World,” 87:28–32

Smitheman, S. Francis, 52:26

sporting art, 148:42–44

Sticker, Robert, 69:28–29

Thomas Hoyne Research Collection, 106:33

trade cards, 40:28–29

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

watercolors by Cheng-Khee Chee, 137:34–37

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

“Working With the Medium,” 92:20–22

“The Yachts of John Mecray,” 76:24–26

“Yvon le Corre’s Sketchbook,” 51:38–39

See also American Society of Marine Artists (ASMA); Art Galleries; model ships

Marine Art Information Center, 80:39

“Marine Art Lives!” 6:9–17, 6:21–22, 6:25

“The Marine Art of Frances F. Palmer,” 74:24–26

marine artist (as career), 127:38–39

“Marine Artist Linda Norton, Rediscovering Her Maritime Roots,” 119:26–27

Marine Artists Association, 9:37

“Marine Artists of New York,” 9:32–35

Marine Biological Association (MBA), 156:55–56

marine biologists, 123:39

marine debris, 156:40–41

Marine Debris Act, 156:40

marine filmmaker, 144:43

Marine Heritage Network, web site, 124:44

Marine Historical Association, 72:20

marine hospitals, 69:5

Marine Mammal Protection Act, 156:47, 156:50

Marine Mammal Protection Project, 156:50

Marine Museum (Kronborg Castle, Elsinore), 2:33

Marine Museum of Upper Canada, 77:36–37, 84:53

Marine National Monuments

Marianas Trench, 126:40–41

Pacific Remote Islands, 126:40–41

Papahānaumokuākea, 125:14–19

Marine Patrol Officer, 131:31

marine propulsion, 145:38

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

marine railway operators, 47:5

Marine Schools Act of 1874, 10:19

marine science teacher, 165:38–39

Marine Snapper (C-4 trooper), 88:34

Marine Society (London), 44:34, 85:11

Marine Society of New York, 137:6

Marine Technology Society, 126:40

Marine Travelift, 160:45, 160:45

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

Marine Workers’ Historical Association, 24:27, 89:4

MarineArt Quarterly, 96:26

Mariner (deadrise), 20:40

Mariners International, 21:2, 21:29, 24:27, 25:43

Mariners’ Museum and Park (Newport News, VA), 1:10–11, 1:33, 7:31, 8:29, 14:24, 15:50, 17:36, 19:40, 20:40, 23:24, 25:46, 36:4, 37:34–35, 39:35, 45:34, 72:39, 75:34, 84:53–54, 85:51, 90:28, 104:38, 105:32, 117:38, 118:38, 128:9, 142:49, 145:48, 146:40, 155:48, 159:22–23, 159:46, 163:54

19th-century gondola, 90:28

art exhibits at, 70:28, 71:28, 72:30, 73:28, 74:28, 90:28

library, 155:52

USS Monitor Center, 113:39

Mariner’s Museum (Sidney, BC), 19:41

Marino, James E., 130:23

Marino, Jessica, 159:43

Marion (Cape Verde schooner), 9:30

Marion Elizabeth (Gloucester schooner), 6:5, 6:5

Marion T. Budd (Hudson River tour boat), 25:3, 25:47, 37:20

Mariposa (liner), 16:21, 37:5

Marite (Grand Banks three-masted schooner), 16:17

Maritime Academies, 146:41–42, 157:27

Maritime Administration (MARAD), 32:4, 95:38, 62:38, 145:48–49, 146:41–42, 148:32, 151:44, 152:52, 155:24, 157:26–27, 158:13, 158:14–15, 158:15, 164:49

Maritime Administration (MARAD) Authorization Act, 128:49

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

Maritime Alliance, 45:6–7

Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum (Biloxi, MS), 97:40, 147:44–45, 148:56

Maritime and Yachting Museum (Jensen Beach, FL), 73:36, 79:36

Maritime Archaeological Research (MARE) (Oxford University), 57:20–22, 67:20, 78:19, 100:39–41

future activity, 100:41

and the Giglio project, 67:16–20

past activity, 100:39–40

present activity, 100:41

maritime archaeologist (as career), 112:23, 125:40–41

maritime archaeology. See marine archaeology

Maritime Archaeology and History Society (MAHS), 153:18

“Maritime Archaeology in the 21st Century,” 153:16–22

Maritime Archaeology Project (MAP), 159:40

maritime art. See marine and maritime art; Art Galleries

“Maritime Britain by Train,” 48:10–11

“Maritime California through the Lens,” 110:24–27

“A Maritime Center for the Hawaiian Islands,” 81:32–33

Maritime Commission, 11:20–21

Maritime Commission Training Station, 65:17

Maritime Day, 47:6, 57:39, 73:4, 78:4

Maritime Education Initiative, 61:7, 62:4, 62:7–9, 63:4, 63:8–9, 64:6, 66:6, 79:4, 82:10, 84:6, 84:35, 85:6, 87:5–7, 96:6–7, 110:9, 113:7, 117:40, 119:37

Marine Archaeology Experts Bring their Science to Schools, 67:8–9

“Maritime Education Initiative Looks at Work in the Field,” 64:8–9

Maritime Education Initiative Profile, “The Age of Sail,” 65:6

Maritime England Year, 21:29

Maritime Environmental Research and Technology Station (MERTS), 162:26

Maritime Gallery (Portsmouth, NH), 79:27

Maritime Goods Movement User Fee, 145:56

Maritime Heritage Alliance, 68:33

Maritime Heritage Bill (1994), 71:7

Maritime Heritage Center (Seattle, WA), 95:40

Maritime Heritage Conferences

4th (1991), 57:39

6th “A Gathering of the Maritime Clans” 2001, 95:40, 96:33, 97:35, 99:36, 102:38–39

7th (2004), 106:4, 107:39, 108:4, 110:2–3

8th (2007), 117:10, 118:41, 119:4, 119:35, 120:31, 121:8

9th (2010), 131:6, 132:9, 133:9

10th (2014), 143:45, 144:55, 145:52, 146:48, 147:48, 148:33, 149:8

11th (2018), 160:8, 161:14–15, 162:8

Maritime Heritage Fund (1979), 18:14–15

Maritime Heritage Grant program, 88:37, 99:36, 151:44–46, 152:26–27, 158:13–15

Maritime Heritage Medal, 46:6

Maritime Heritage Society (MHS), 115:32

Maritime Heritage Trail (Florida), 96:37

maritime hijacking, 152:23–25

maritime historian, 124:38

“Maritime History and Nautical Archaeology,” 116:24–25

“Maritime History in America’s Heartland: The Michigan Maritime Museum,” 77:21–23

Maritime History on the Internet (Pete McCracken), 164:4

academic library “pathfinders”—art and art history, 114:31

apps for maritime history, 143:38

bibliographic data management, 134:50

buying used books online, 125:46

competitive rowing, 133:50

digital humanities tools, 145:50

digital resources at Mystic Seaport, 118:36

discovery layers, 151:50

discussion lists, 116:18

e-books, 117:20

Feedly.com, 144:50

finding articles from citations, 150:41

finding free books online, 135:50

finding information about individuals, 123:23

finding lost things on the Web, 120:20

finding manuscript collections with ArchiveGrid, 154:58

genealogy, 155:58

Google Earth and Google Skechup, 124:42

Google News and Google Alerts, 132:44

guide to, 106:35

Institutional Repositories (IRs), 148:50

library books, 110:18

locating maritime images, 121:26

locating new books, using RSS feeds, 161:58

nautical art, 140:38

navigation, 109:18

online resources at the National Maritime Museum, 126:34

online safety, 157:38

passenger manifests, 118:42

pirates and piracy, 111:30, 131:34

preserving historic vessels, 127:40

researching legislative history: background documents, 164:48

researching patents, 149:50

researching recent and current US legislation, 165:48

researching the poles, 162:50

sea music, 115:30

search engines and directories, 112:18

searching for geographic information, 139:50

searching for statistics, 138:39

searching for—and with—images, 137:38

searching in languages you don’t speak, 122:42

searching museum collections, 159:39

ShipIndex.org, 129:50

“Ships on the Shore,” 136:44

ships’ primary documents, 142:48

SlaveVoyages.org, 130:40

social networking, 141:38

text mining, 145:50

tracking and following ships, 136:50

tugboat websites, 153:58

useful and licensable maritime images, 146:38

using browser extensions, 160:58

using Wikis, 156:58

USS Monitor and the Civil War, 108:31

Web 2.0, 119:30

webcams, 152:56

weblogs, photoblogs, and podcasts, 113:33

whaling extracts, 107:33

women in maritime history, 128:43

Maritime Humanities Center, 22:40, 24:31, 28:32

Maritime Initiative, 44:4

maritime lawyer, 128:39

Maritime Life and Traditions magazine, 119:4

Maritime Museum Association of San Diego, 2:31, 24:28

Maritime Museum librarian, 132:35

Maritime Museum of Delaware, 25:45

Maritime Museum of Mariehamn, 48:5

Maritime Museum of San Diego (MMSD), 108:40, 109:2, 109:4, 118:14–15, 120:16–19, 120:31, 123:44, 127:43, 141:44, 150:51, 153:52, 156:46, 161:17, 161:50, 162:45. See also San Diego Maritime Museum

art exhibits at, 105:29, 128:26, 135:32

“Maritime Museum of San Diego,” 120:16–19

Maritime Museum of San Francisco, 51:14

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, 25:47

Maritime Museum of the Upper Great Lakes, 85:51

Maritime Museum of Upper Canada, 22:37

Maritime Museum (Vancouver), 20:40

Maritime Museums

Aberdeen Maritime Museum, 33:32

Åland Maritime Museum, 93:18

Allen Knight Maritime Museum (Monterey), 19:41, 63:37

Aloha Tower Maritime Center/Museum, 25:47, 81:32

Antique Boat Museum (Clayton, NY), 107:36, 113:2

Apalachicola Maritime Museum, 68:32, 77:38

Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, 158:5

Auckland Maritime Museum, 66:26

Australian National Maritime Museum, 67:23, 85:51, 128:44

Barnegat Bay Decoy and Baymen’s Museum, 69:38

Bath Marine Museum, 1:32, 4:3, 4:5, 4:35, 5:32, 7:32, 8:23, 11:34

Battleship Cove Naval Heritage Museum, 107:36, 158:42, 158:42

Bermuda Maritime Museum, 24:27, 27:37, 57:4, 95:30

Bernice P. Bishop Museum (Honolulu), 25:42, 81:33

in the British Isles, 48:12

Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park, 165:42

Calvert Marine Museum, (CMM; Solomons, MD), 8:28, 15:50, 17:36, 19:40, 20:40, 22:38–39, 23:23, 24:30, 25:46, 31:56, 33:35, 51:19, 51:19, 67:36, 77:40, 80:36, 110:36, 113:35, 130:38, 150:54, 162:7

Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum, 144:35–37

Camogli Naval Muaeus, 27:37

Canadian Maritime Discovery Centre, 107:35

Cape Ann Museum, 105:33, 142:49–50

Cape Cod Maritime Museum, (CCMM), 121:40, 134:30, 159:30–32

Centre International de la Mer, 43:39

Cesenatico Maritime Museum, 33:32

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM), 1:31, 14:10–11, 14:13, 18:44, 19:40, 21:32, 24:30, 25:43, 25:46, 30:42, 31:56, 46:44, 51:37, 53:43, 67:36, 70:39, 73:36, 74:41, 78:26, 94:39–40, 113:36, 115:2, 115:2, 115:34, 116:4, 122:16–19, 126:44, 133:46, 135:42, 137:43–44, 140:43, 142:50, 143:12, 143:40, 143:42, 143:42, 151:46, 153:56, 153:56, 154:27, 165:22–23, 165:42

Columbia River Maritime Museum, 20:40, 25:47, 61:46, 75:34, 81:44, 84:54, 96:37, 101:34, 106:2, 113:35, 127:45

Coos Historical and Maritime Center (Coos, OR), 138:42

Deltaville Maritime Museum, 148:51, 159:39

Dolphin Sailing Barge Museum, 34:22

Door County Maritime Museum, 81:44, 84:54

Down Docks Museum, 25:43

Dubuque River Museum, 68:32

East Hampton Maritime Museum, 8:29

East Hampton Town Marine Museum, 2:30

Erie Maritime Museum, 85:51, 106:37, 146:8, 146:8, 148:11

Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Museum, 94:39, 106:33

Essex Shipbuilding Museum, 5:33, 131:12, 131:14, 132:6, 159:22–23

Exeter Maritime Museum, 33:0, 33:13, 33:14, 37:4, 43:29, 100:34–35, 100:37

Falkland Islands Museum, 76:38

Falmouth Maritime Museum, 23:21, 36:32

Five Fathom Lightship and Museum, 16:37

Florence Griswold Museum, 36:38

Florida Maritime Museum, 23:24

Fulton Ferry Landing Museum, 20:39, 32:43

Gloucester Fishermens Museum, 15:50, 21:31

Goat Island Museum, 23:27

Gothenburg Museum, 2:33

Grand Banks Schooner Museum, 32:42

Great Lakes Lighthouse Museum, 88:39

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

Guide to American and Canadian Maritime Museums, 57:9

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

Hamburg International Maritime Museum, 125:26–27

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

Hampton Roads Maritime Museum, 148:33

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

Hart Nautical Museum, 3:23, 23:21

Haverstraw Brick Museum, 127:7

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

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

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

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

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

Houston Maritime Museum, 98:38

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

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

Hudson River Museum (Yonkers, NY), 93:28

Hudson River Waterfront Museum, 52:5

Imperial War Museum, 27:10, 70:19

Inland Seas Maritime Museum, 110:36, 131:37

International Maritime Museum (Hamburg), 125:26–27

Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, 23:23, 59:35, 62:37, 65:36, 65:38, 72:8, 73:36, 92:38, 109:34, 111:36, 117:41

Izikko Museums of South Africa, 156:27, 156:28

Kendall Whaling Museum, 16:37, 25:45, 36:36, 41:32, 72:8, 99:36, 99:39, 103:37

Kenya maritime museum, 149:43

Killburn Mill (New Bedford), 164:53

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 Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum (LPBMM), 158:48

Long Island Maritime Center, 50:17

Long Island Maritime Museum, 136:44

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

Maine Lighthouse Museum (MLM), 124:44, 124:45–46, 151:42–44

Maine Maritime Museum, (MMM), 20:37, 22:36, 22:38, 23:21, 24:29, 25:45, 27:37, 28:30, 31:56, 38:38, 39:35, 57:39, 61:39, 75:21, 77:38, 77:40, 84:54, 88:28, 97:40, 103:37, 106:36, 113:39, 118:38, 132:45, 142:55, 144:5, 145:4, 145:10–11, 145:20, 145:24

Manitowoc Maritime Museum, 22:41, 29:29, 40:35

Mare Island Artifacts Museum, 103:37

Marine Museum (Kronborg Castle, Elsinore), 2:33

Marine Museum of Upper Canada, 77:36–37, 84:53

Mariner’s Museum (Sidney, BC), 19:41

Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum (Biloxi, MS), 97:40, 147:44–45, 148:56

Maritime and Yachting Museum (Jensen Beach, FL), 79:36

Maritime Museum of Delaware, 25:45

Maritime Museum of Mariehamn, 48:5

Maritime Museum of San Diego (MMSD), 108:40, 109:2, 109:4, 118:14–15, 120:16–19, 120:31, 123:44, 127:43, 128:26, 135:32, 141:44, 150:51, 153:52, 156:46, 161:17, 161:50, 162:45

Maritime Museum of San Francisco, 51:14

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, 25:47

Maritime Museum of the Upper Great Lakes, 85:51

Maritime Museum of Upper Canada, 22:37

Maritime Museum (Vancouver), 20:40

Maritime Silk Road Museum, 152:4, 154:15

Melbourne Maritime Museum, 23:27

Michigan Maritime Museum, 68:36, 75:33, 77:21–23, 85:51, 105:31, 118:40, 143:48

Minnesota Marine Art Museum, (MMAM), 115:32, 118:20–22, 125:36, 141:31, 142:44, 143:46, 145:32, 146:4, 147:34

Mississippi Maritime Museum, 158:44

Mississippi Museum, 20:42

Mississippi River Museum, 24:32, 27:39, 74:37, 100:46, 105:38, 145:48

Musée National de la Marine, 100:22–25

Museu Maritim de Barcelona, 91:38

Museum of the Atlantic (Halifax, Nova Scotia), 163:39

Museum of Hudson River Navigation, 9:17

Museum of the American Revolution, 164:11

Museum of Yachting (Newport, Rhode Island), 25:45, 45:34, 65:36, 164:10, 164:24

Nantucket Whaling Museum, 111:36, 111:36

National Coast Guard Museum, 146:44, 148:53, 162:10

National D-Day Museum (New Orleans, LA), 70:40

National Lighthouse Center and Museum, 83:48, 86, 34

National Lighthouse Museum, 88:39, 100:46

National Maritime Museum (Paris), 100:22–26

National Maritime Museum (Cornwall), 33:35, 76:28, 104:39, 105:36–37

National Maritime Museum (Greenwich), 32:41, 34:28, 57:39, 60:22–29, 68:36, 69:38, 74:41, 77:38, 80:38, 89:39, 90:41, 93:6, 93:40, 99:39, 114:18

National Maritime Museum (Haifa, Israel), 22:36

National Maritime Museum of China, 145:51

National Maritime Museum of Ireland, 23:21

National Maritime Museum (San Francisco), 16:37, 17:36, 23:24, 25:42, 31:57

National Maritime Museum (Stockholm, Sweden), 2:33

National Maritime Museum (UK), 109:34, 159:39

National Museum of Bermuda (Bermuda Maritime Museum), 163:13, 163:13

National Museum of Denmark, 3:31

National Museum of the Great Lakes, 147:43, 153:54

National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN), 136:16–19, 136:48, 140:22, 148:11, 152:11, 152:49, 155:51

National Museum of the US Navy, 141:42–43

National Naval Museum (Sweden), 97:23

National Waterfront Museum (Swansea, Wales), 103:38

Nauticus (Norfolk Maritime Center), 70:37, 161:17

Naval Museum (Copenhagen), 2:33

Naval War College Museum, 22:38, 41:31, 44:36, 154:9

Navy Memorial Museum, 10:27, 25:46

Navy Museum, 97:40, 107:35

New Jersey Museum of Boating, 94:40

Norfolk Nelson Museum, 103:38

Norsk Sjofartsmuseum, 6:3

North Carolina Maritime Museum, 46:44, 51:18, 67:36, 77:38, 83:55, 91:37, 93:40, 109:12–14, 111:36

North Devon Maritime Museum 22:36

Odyssey Maritime Museum (Seattle, WA), 65:36

Ohio River Museum (Marietta, OH), 21:35, 43:41

Old Sardine Village Museum, 24:28

Oregon Maritime Center and Museum (Portland), 75:34, 76:36, 85:52

Palm Beach Maritime Museum, 143:8

Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum, 34:38, 148:53, 148:55

Peabody Essex Museum, 75:22, 80:36, 109:34, 115:4–5, 118:40, 124:35, 125:29, 125:32–33, 135:32, 138:8, 145:26–30

Peabody Museum of Salem, MA, 12:37, 16:34, 17:10, 17:35, 25:45, 29:30, 46:44, 62:37

Penobscot Marine Museum (PMM) (Searsport, ME), 21:30, 25:45, 77:41, 85:51, 101:36, 132:46, 134:31, 135:47, 146:48, 149:42–43, 163:39

Philadelphia Maritime Museum, 8:29, 9:16, 15:50, 21:32, 24:30, 65:36, 69:38, 71:36, 73:36, 84:26

Port Columbus National Civil War Naval Museum, 97:39–40

Port of Ludington Maritime Museum, 160:51, 160:51

Portland Harbor Museum, 132:45

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum, 1:33

Prins Hendrick Maritime Museum (Rotterdam), 63:30

Queensland Maritime Museum, 23:27

Queensland Museum, 21:29

Radcliffe Maritime Museum, 20:40

Ramsgate Maritime Museum, 31:53

River Heritage Museum, 102:38

River Museum (Essex, CT), 25:37, 36:19

Riverhead Museum (Long Island), 70:37

RMS Titanic Memorial Act, 139:38

Rockport Museum (Maine), 115:35

Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG), 146:40–41

Royal Naval Museum, 24:27, 76:30–31

Royal Norwegian Navy Museum, 84:20

Russian Sub Museum (Collier Point, RI), 116:37

San Francisco Maritime Museum (renamed San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park), 4:19, 4:26–29, 4:30, 5:24, 5:33, 8:29, 142:11, 142:13, 155:10

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park (SFMNHP) (formerly San Francisco Maritime Museum) 63:37, 77:38, 91:25–26, 100:42, 113:38, 120:40, 131:39, 142:11, 155:10, 159:39, 159:44

Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, 107:30–32, 107:30–31, 140:43, 146:42

Seaport Museum, 13:12, 136:8–9, 147:7

Ships of the Sea Museum, 83:48

Shore Village Lighthouse Museum, 74:36

Shore Village Museum, 33:34

Skenesborough Museum, 53:29

South African Maritime Museum 57:36, 57:39

Spring Point Museum, 45:34

SS Metero Maritime Museum, 31:57

St. Lawrence Seaway Nautical Museum, 81:44

St. Mary’s River Marine Heritage Centre (SMRM-HC), 163:49

State Maritime Museum (NY), 4:21

Submarine Force Museum and Library, 92:38

Suffolk Marine Museum, 14:44, 15:50, 21:31–32, 24:29, 50:17

Suffolk Maritime Museum, 7:32

Swedish National Maritime Museums 153:4

Sydney Cove Waterfront Museum, 2:27–28

Sydney Maritime Museum, 80:36, 83:25, 83:26–27

Texas Maritime Museum, 76:37–38, 163:51, 163:51

Texas Seaport Museum, 105:38, 115:32, 132:18

Thousand Islands Shipyard Museum, 23:25, 32:43

UDT-Seal Museum, 79:40

United States Shipbuilding Museum, 65:38

US Naval Academy Museum, 150:8

US Naval Shipbuilding Museum, 66:26

US Navy Museum, 119:36

USS Constellation Museum, 112:40, 119:39

USS Constitution Museum, 13:45, 14:44, 17:9, 18:42, 20:38, 21:31, 40:30, 44:17–18, 65:40, 90:28, 131:39–40, 145:48

USS Coral Sea National Sea-Air-Space Museum, 59:33

USS Lexington Museum, 64:37

USS Saratoga Museum, 118:38–39

USS Silversides and Maritime Museum, 93:38

Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum, 92:38

Vancouver Maritime Museum (VMM), 12:6–7, 36:36, 40:36, 77:37, 81:44–45, 82:18–19, 94:38, 131:40

Vasa Museum (Stockholm), 69:38, 78:28, 153:4, 153:4, 153:17, 154:12

Ventura County Maritime Museum, 57:30, 71:28, 94:26, 102:2–3, 121:45, 127:34

Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum, 25:44

West of Scotland Boat Museum, 26:28

Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor, NY), 20:39, 21:32, 23:23, 33:35, 119:36, 164:53

Whatcom Maritime Museum, 79:37

Windermere Steamboat Museum, 65:38

Wisconsin Maritime Museum, 79:38, 101:34, 114:37, 115:2, 115:14–16, 163:13

Yorkshire Museum, 24:27

See also American Merchant Marine Museum; Independence Seaport Museum; Mariners’ Museum (Newport News, VA); Mystic Seaport Museum; New Bedford Whaling Museum; San Diego Maritime Museum; South Street Seaport Museum (SSSM)

Maritime Preservation Committee, 9:16

Maritime Preservation Conference, third national (1984), 34:3

Maritime Programs, 65:6

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

Maritime Research Institute, 97:40

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

Maritime Security Fleet (MSF), 69:37

Maritime Security Program (MSP), 158:15

Maritime Silk Road Museum, 152:4, 154:15

“Maritime Trade and the Growth of the City,” 86:32

Maritime traveler. See Seaport experience

Maritime Trust (Britain), 17:9, 19:18, 61:39, 100:35

Maritime Youth Exchange Program, 97:39

MaritimeJobSearch.com, 126:40

Marjorie & Dorothy (renamed Sundowner) (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

Marjorie B. McAllister (tugboat), 21:17, 21:17, 76:17

Marjory Glen (barque), 13:42, 13:42

“Mark Myers and West Country Seafaring,” 59:16–21

Mark Twain (replica Mississippi sternwheeler replica), 8:18, 32:43

Markeson, Daniel, 165:42

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

Markoe, Karen E., 79:4, 85:7

Marlhill (ex-Parker Evans), 16:49

Marlin, USS (midget submarine), 12:28

marlins, 148:48–49

Maro (whaler), 127:23

Marolda, Edward J., 79:38

Marquardt, Karl Heinz (modelmaker)

“HMS Beagle Revisited,” 83:44–47

Marques (Spanish trading schooner/barque), 16:28, 28:42, 29:26, 33:29, 33:29, 33:4, 38:30, 39:33, 85:49, 155:6

Marquesas (brigantine), 3:8

Marquette, Jacques, 40:35

Marr, Carmel Carrington, 102:6

Marr, Warren II, 68:6, 72:10, 72:39, 76:5, 76:5, 85:6, 85:7, 85:51, 97:16, 97:17, 99:5, 102:6, 132:43

“The Amistad Incident,” 71:20–21

Marriott, J. W., Jr., 163:10, 163:11, 163:11

Marriott, J. Willard, 161:12, 161:12, 162:10, 162:10

“Marsh Grass Roots!” 51:10–11

Marshall, Charles H., 144:28

Marshall, George C., 68:8–9, 69:8, 69:9, 104:8, 104:9

Marshall, Harry W., 95:28, 95:29, 101:7, 142:51, 142:51

Marshall, Ian (author and artist), 58:28, 68:29, 71:0, 71:24–26, 71:27, 97:26, 121:46, 141:24–28, 149:28, 158:26

“The Tramp Steamer,” 129:30–36

Marshall, Jean, 158:26

Marsters, Roger

“Collision in the Narrows: the 1917 Halifax Harbor Explosion,” 160:14–18

Marstrand, 153:38–41

Martha (draketail launch), 122:18

Martha (schooner), 81:3

Martha (steam tug), 74:28

Martha Lewis (Chesapeake Bay skipjack), 70:37, 72:10

Martha P. Small (five-masted Yankee schooner), 20:19

Martha Washington, USS (CTF ship), 161:21, 161:22

Martha’s Vineyard, 42:7, 42:24–25, 84:43

Martha’s Vineyard (ex-Islander) (Hudson River steam ferry), 10:10–11, 10:10, 10:13, 11:8, 14:42, 23:21

Martin, Colin, 153:18

Martin, Jay C.

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

Martin, Jim, 51:15

Martin, Tyrone G., 49:34, 152:5

“A Proud Legacy—USS Constitution after 1815,” 151:28–32

Martin, HMS (sloop of war), 146:19

Martin Van Buren (sloop), 143:31

Martling, Nancy

“The Age of Sail,” 65:6

Marx, Deborah E.

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

“Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Celebrates its 20th Anniversary,” 139:26–27

Marx, Robert F., 77:40

Mary I (queen of England), 48:19

Mary (Baltimore schooner), 113:17–19, 115:12, 117:7, 145:25

Mary (Drake’s ship), 80:10

Mary & Ellen (Chesapeake Bay pungy), 22:39

Mary A. Whalen (tanker), 126:4, 126:4

Mary and Helen (renamed USS Rodgers; steam whaler), 150:11–14, 150:11, 150:13, 151:5

Mary Ann (Gulf Coast scow), 70:37

Mary B. Baird (three-master), 13:6

Mary Benton (steamer), 36:16

Mary Brown (replica of Ark), 17:27

Mary D. Hume (steam tugboat/towboat converted to diesel; former Arctic steam whaler), 8:14, 8:16, 13:49, 15:53, 25:23, 25:23, 41:32, 43:4

Mary D. Hume: A Tug for the Long Haul,” 25:23

Mary D. Leach (whaling ship), 51:5

Mary Day (Maine schooner), 49:31

Mary Day (replica two-masted coaster), 8:18

Mary Dollar, 52:3

Mary Dugdale (copper-oreman), 38:14

Mary E. (schooner), 4:7, 4:35, 5:15, 6:5, 7:13, 7:14, 10:28, 158:43, 158:43, 163:46, 163:46

Mary E. Higgins (schooner), 123:18

Mary E. Reeves (menhaden boat), 98:17

Mary Elizabeth (“Proud Mary”) (steamer), 11:35

Mary H. (tugboat), 80:21, 80:22, 80:22

Mary Kemble (Hudson River sloop), 43:23

Mary L. Cushing (three-masted ship), 114:8

Mary May (barge), 55:11

Mary Otis (ketch), 113:26, 113:26, 113:28

Mary Powell (Hudson River steamboat), 10:6, 10:7, 10:9, 11:4–5, 12:6, 18:46, 37:0, 7:9, 37:9, 37:12–13, 37:12, 37:14, 58:22, 87:32

model, 37:31

Mary Rose (16th-century British battleship), 20:34, 23:3, 23:6–13, 24:27, 27:4, 27:16, 30:8, 30:40, 31:53, 33:33, 34:37, 36:33, 38:38, 39:3, 39:7, 44:25, 48:10, 48:24, 51:36, 56:34, 57:20, 60:39, 65:34, 70:18, 76:31, 76:38, 100:39, 122:46

(pictures), 23:0, 23:3, 27:16, 122:46

archaeological excavation, 17:34

artifacts from, 37:39, 39:12–14

exhibition, 40:36, 41;32

“The Mary Rose: The Final Triumph of a Ship that Failed,” 39:12–14

Mary Rose Trust, 24:27

Mary Taylor (pilot schooner), 97:8

Mary Tyler (Sandy Hook pilot boat), 143:31

Mary Whitridge (Stonington clipper), 72:20

Maryland (tugboat), 71:38

Maryland, USS (sloop), 153:35

Maryland Dove (pinnace), 11:35, 12:38, 12:38, 12:41, 17:25, 19:39, 20:40

Maryland Dove (trading ship/cargo vessel reproduction), 17:25, 17:28, 122:46, 122:46, 160:51

Maryland Federalist and the Constitution,” 44:28

Maryland Federalist (miniature ship), 44:28, 44:28

replica, 44:28

Maryland Historical Society, 98:38, 98:41, 132:47

Maryland Historical Trust, 74:10

Maryland Maritime Archaeology Program, 68:17

“Maryland’s First Historic Shipwreck Preserve: U-1105,” 74:10

Masefield, John, 70:11–12

Maskelyne, Nevil, 66:23, 153:15

Mason, Cameron, 143:8

Mason, J. Cass, 92:33–34, 92:34

Mason, John W. (figurehead carver), 96:22–25

Mason, USS (DDG-87; destroyer), 100:20, 118:13, 120:6

Mason, USS (DE-529, destroyer escort), 100:19–20, 101:2–3, 118:10, 118:12–13

Massachusetts (barque), 85:42

Massachusetts (ex-Rockall) (schoolship), 31:50

Massachusetts, USRC (two-masted schooner), 130:34

Massachusetts, USS (battleship), 5:29, 12:29, 20:38, 31:8, 64:37–38, 69:37, 70:39, 73:17, 84:29, 94:20, 96:15, 138:37, 138:37, 158:42

Massachusetts Bay Charter, 133:43

Massachusetts Eastern Point Lighthouse, 74:41

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 144:53–54

Massachusetts Marine Educators, 118:38

Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA), 123:5, 137:45–46, 141:40, 152:52, 152:53, 154:32, 157:27, 163:43

Massachusetts Nautical School, 123:5. See also Massachusetts Maritime Academy

Massey, Gayle

“The Road to China,” 54:24–26

Massey, Raymond A. (author and artist), 16:47, 20:46–47, 30:21, 54:27–28, 76:28

“The Road to China,” 54:24–26

Masson, T. C., 26:10–11

MassSail, 116:38

Master (steam tugboat), 25:18, 40:22–23, 40:22–23, 43:32

Master & Commander—The Far Side of the World” (film), 105:38, 141:5, 142:42–43

comments on historical accuracy, 106:21

“Master Builder: As His Baltimore Clipper Pride Returns from the West Coast, Melbourne Smith Will Launch Two New Historic Schooners Next Spring; But the Big Challenge Lies Ahead,” 30:22–23

Master Craig (fishing vessel), 132:45

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

Mastone, Victor T.

“Marine Debris or Shipwreck Tale? The Mystery at Newcomb Hollow Beach, Cape Cod,” 124:10, 124:14–15

masts, naming of, 79:35

Matagorda, USS (seaplane tender), 35:17, 35:18, 35:19

Mataró ship, 54:22, 78:9

Mather, Ulysses W., 40:21

Matherne, Madison, 139:47

Matheson, Fionna, 126:37

Mathew see Matthew (Cabot’s ship)

Mathieson, Peter, 61:12

Mathilda (steam tug/tow), 4:9, 4:19, 4:20, 5:29, 8:14, 25:18, 25:19, 30:28, 30:40, 34:8, 37:17, 37:18, 46:7, 53:42, 60:9, 71:6, 155:15, 156:13

Mathilde (Danish brig), 152:25

Mathilde (sloop), 8:20

Mathis Shipbuilding Company, 144:35

Matias Cousiño, 94:17

Matilda (barque), 93:16

Matilda D. (felucca), 8:13, 19:41, 38:11

Matilda D. (felucca replica), 102:34

Matson, Norman, 39:23

Matson, William, 44:36, 117:25, 119:37, 123:41–42, 157:47

Matson, Inc., 164:55

Matson Navigation Company, 117:25, 119:37, 120:44

Matsonia (ex-Malolo, ex-Atlantic, renamed Queen Frederica) (ocean liner), 7:22

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

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

Matthew (Cabot’s ship), 62:34, 72:35

Matthew (Cabot’s ship replica), 70:39, 75:34, 77:36, 80:18, 80:19

“Matthew Henson at the North Pole,” 117:34–37

Matthew Luckenbach (troopship), 143:28

Matthew Turner Foundation, 60:38

Matthews, Hilton, 4:20, 9:7, 38:13, 162:33

Mattie (coastal schooner), 5:29

Mattila, Reino, 162:23–24

Matz Maersk (container ship), 154:45

Maud (renamed Bay Maud/Baymaud) (Amundsen’s Arctic exploration vessel), 26:31, 75:33, 81:44–45, 156:53–55, 156:54

Maud (skiff-dinghy), 60:8

Maud (trading wherry), 31:53

Maud Returns Home,” 156:54

Maumee, USS (tanker), 161:20

Maunder, Samuel, 164:41

Mauretania (renamed HMS Tuber Rose) (Cunard steamship), 20:29, 55:33, 65:15, 65:20, 65:21, 65:25, 65:31, 73:25, 95:12, 95:13, 95:13, 98:32, 98:33, 144:48

wartime paint scheme, 98:32

Maury, John Minor, 156:30

Maury, Matthew Fontaine, 105:4, 108:8, 120:32, 120:34, 156:30–33, 156:30, 158:36, 164:51

Maweema (schooner), 22:10, 22:12

Max (ex-Albert Schlageter; ex-Santo Andre; ex-Rickmer Rickmers; renamed Flores; renamed Sagres) (sail training ship; three-masted full-rigged ship; re-rigged as a barque), 2:10, 26:29, 29:31, 32:21, 45:18–20, 45:18–19, 52:23, 52:23, 77:37, 91:12

Maxim (coastal schooner), 72:25, 108:34–35

Maxton (minesweepers), 30:9

Maxtone-Graham, John

“Dazzle and Drab,” 98:32–33

“Mr. Cunard’s Line Celebrates Its 160th Birthday,” 95:11–13

Maxwell, George L.

“The Sail Training Association and the Schooners Foundation,” 57:11

Maxwell, Paul

“The Unique Legacy of the Navesink Twin Lights,” 94:34–35

May Flint, 10:23, 121:12

May Queen (Australian sailing barge), 3:31, 83:51

Mayaguez, SS (container ship), 140:13, 140:13

Mayan art, 130:44, 130:44

Mayer, Tobias, 153:14

Mayflower (Pilgrim ship), 45:32, 122:7, 133:38–39, 147:10

Mayflower (Pilgrim ship reproduction), 10:26, 57:16, 91:13, 150:5, 165:24

Mayflower (racing sloop), 116:21

Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS), 158:46

Mayflower Compact, 133:38–39

Mayflower II, 3:13, 8:17, 8:23, 12:37, 17:25, 17:25, 17:28, 32:22, 42:23, 56:35, 59:10, 133:38, 133:39, 143:40, 143:40, 147:27, 147:28, 151:47, 151:46–47, 154:53–54, 154:53, 157:42, 157:42, 161:43

model, 32:29, 32:29

Mayo, Henry T., 120:33

Mayo, Paul, 108:38

Mayo, Steve (artist), 20:46, 61:24–26, 86:0

Mayor’s Cup Race, 89:35

Mayrant, USS (destroyer), 84:4

Mays, Victor (artist), 16:47, 19:30, 46:28, 51:41, 62:30, 91:20, 149:28

Mazarrasa, Rafael, 56:20

Mazoujian, Charles (artist), 126:0

McAllister, Anthony Sr., 21:12, 21:13

McAllister, Brian A., 68:6, 80:4, 113:6, 117:44, 140:21, 141:9, 141:9

McAllister, James Patrick II “Jim,” 21:12, 21:13–14, 37:18, 50:40, 51:4, 51:34, 53:13, 53:42, 55:4, 58:4

McAllister, Michael, 103:5

McAllister Brothers, 21:12–17, 21:13

McArthur, Arthur, 43:14

McArthur, Megan, 160:20, 160:21, 160:21

McArthur (Coast Survey ship), 120:35

McCabe, Ed

“Amsterdam by Rowboat,” 56:32–33

McCabe, John, 65:17

McCaffery, Lloyd (author and artist), 29:41, 32:35, 56:23, 68:29

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

“The Lovely Coronet: A Miniature Exposition,” 97:3032

“The Romance of the Sea in Miniature,” 104:18–21

“The Whaleship Charles W. Morgan in Miniature,” 42:20–21

McCain, John, 132:45, 159:24

McCalla, Bowman, 125:43, 125:44

McCamy, Angus, 76:37, 90:21

McCarron, Mike, 38:45

McCarthy, Lily Lambert, 136:18

McCaskey, David, 159:31

McCauley, Charles S., 120:34

McCauley, Emma, 164:10

“Sailing the Sharkish Seas: The 19th-Century Whaleman’s Experience with the Most Feared Ocean Predators,” 164:38–42

McCauley, James Joseph, 9:10

McCausland, Francis, 126:16, 126:17

McClain, Mel, 49:11

McClintock, James, 158:16–17, 158:17, 158:18

McClure, George, 136:12

McClure, Robert, 156:33

McColl, Ian, 102:6, 103:5, 103:5

McComas, Henry G., 134:7

McConnell, Warren, 41:14

McCormick, Harold J., 35:16, 35:19

“After Forty Years,” 35:14–19

“Convoy Catastrophe,” 62:14–16

McCormick, John Christopher, “My Own Navy,” 22:26

McCoy, Bill, 85:17

McCoy, Kenny, 144:8

McCracken, Peter, 143:39, 143:39, 148:52, 148:52, 164:4

“The 38th Voyagers: Sailing a 19th-Century Whaler in the 21st Century,” 148:34–35

See also Maritime History on the Internet

McCready, Lauren S., “The Emery Rice Engine,” 46:20–21, 46:37

McCullough, Joe, 140:48, 140:48

McCullough, Robert W., 35:4

McDonald, Francis, 152:52, 152:53

McDonald, John, 113:6, 140:10

McDonald, John R. Jr., 115:6, 117:8

McDonald, Luciille

“Spanish and British Sail Meet in the Northwest, 1792,” 61:33

McDonald, P. A., 1:34, 15:52, 15:52

McDougal, USS (destroyer), 34:25, 161:20

McDougall, Alexander, 98:12

McElwreath, Sally, 141:8

McEvoy, Ambrose (artist), 147:30

McFadden, Daniel

“A New Look at the ‘Longitude Problem,’” 153:12–15

McFarlane, Duncan (artist), 75:0, 75:27

McFee, Willliam, 64:14

McGinley, Edward S. “Skip,” 144:12

McGowan, Gary, 103:6

McGowan, Gordon P., 58:30, 58:32, 135:17

“The Skipper and the Eagle: The Voyage Begins!” 86:45–47

McGrath, Tim, 146:48, 147:8

“Captains and Their Ladies,” 152:36–39

McGraw, Donald C. Jr, 112:7, 112:7, 113:6, 116:44

McGurl, Joseph (artist)

“Observation, Memory, Imagination,” 94:22–24

McKay, Donald, 9:7, 10:4, 40:33, 88:11–13

McKay, Graham, 159:22–23

McKay, Lauchlan, 9:7

McKay, Michael, 76:5

McKean (fireboat), 80:21, 80:22

McKee, Alexander, 39:13

McKee, Henry, 91:28

McKee, Lucille, 83:42

McKee, Robert, 83:42

McKenzie, Lester, 18:26–27

McLean, Malcolm, 98:38, 114:9, 114:9, 114:10, 114:11, 114:11, 115:3–4, 116:6, 140:12

McLoughlin, Anthony

“The Dunbrody and the Spirit of Ireland,” 88:20

McMahan, Dave, 111:7

McManus, Thomas J., 79:35, 121:30, 54:27

McMinn, William (artist), 75:27

McMullen, Drew, 160:48

“Schooner Sultana: Building an 19th Century Reproduction for the 21st Century,” 107:8–10

McMullen, Richard T., 115:27, 115:27

McMurray, Campbell

“National Museum of the Royal Navy: 100 Years of Naval Heritage at the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard,” 136:16–19

McNamara, James, 113:6, 117:44

McNeil, Bob, 121:42

McNeill, Charles Russell, 46:44

McNeill, Hector, 152:36

McNeill, Peter, 68:7

McPhee, William, 20:33

McPhillips, Jonathan (artist), 153:42

McQuay, David, 154:26–27

McRae, R., 65:17

McRaven, William H., 145:39

Meade, Ernest, 157:19

Meany, Joe, 120:8

Meany, Joseph F. Jr., 111:2, 112:4, 112:4, 117:44, 117:44, 120:8, 155:10, 155:12, 155:13

“New York: Sally Port to Victory,” 65:12–17

“Where Sea and City Meet: New York Harbor, Legacy and Promise,” 93:9–13

Meares, John, 61:46, 88:16

Mearns, Bill (artist)

“Working With the Medium,” 92:20–22

Mearns, David, 161:53

“Measure of the Earth: Navigation, Science, and the War of Jenkins’s Ear,” 137:18–21

Measurement Handicap System (MHS), 47:10

Mechano decking, 114:9

Mecray, John (artist), 6:21, 21:38, 49:29, 50:35, 76:24–26, 115:0, 20:37, 120:37, 164:10, 164:22–26, 164:23, 165:5

Meddens, Frank

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

Medea (steam yacht), 1:32, 2:31, 5:19, 5:28, 15:53, 21:34, 79:17, 79:17, 108:40, 109:4, 120:16, 120:18, 120:18

Medea/Jason remotely operated vehicle system, 84:5

“Medieval Ship Graffiti,” 48:14–15

Medina Sidonia (Don Alonso, Duke of), 48:22–25, 48:22, 81:14

“Medina Sidonia and the ‘Enterprise of England.’” 48:22–25

Medschidije (cruiser), 74:8

Medusa Challenger (steamer), 67:4

Medway Queen (paddle steamer), 3:30, 33:32

“Meeting Ultimate Violence at Sea,” 41:38

Mehitable (French privateer), 122:24, 155:34, 155:35

Meiji Maru (full-rigged ship), 2:14, 3:13

Meinwen (renamed Africa) (river barge), 20:19

Meka II (brigantine), 3:8

Melbourne (steamer), 20:15

Melbourne Maritime Museum, 23:27

Melchor, Alejandro “Alex,” 94:6–7, 95:7–8, 95:9

Melhuish, Christopher, 84:6

Melik (Sudanese gunboat), 80:36, 100:9

Mello, Peter, 115:6

Melrose (schooner), 20:2, 38:45–47, 38:46, 39:44–46, 39:44–45

Melsom, Nils Bull, 124:31–32, 124:32

Melville (First Lord of the Admiralty), 141:18

Melville, Herman, 99:1517, 99:15, 163:44–45

Melville, Phillips (artist), 67:4

Melville, USS (destroyer tender), 34:25, 99:9, 99:10

“Melville’s Seafaring Days,” 99:15–17

Memnon (clipper ship), 154:40

“Memories and Reflections—the Marine Art of Charles Peterson,” 101:24–26

“Memories of the Liner Era,” 65:20–22

“The Men Who Stole the Stars,” 15:30–31

Mendana, Alvaro de, 83:13

Mendelsohn, Elijah, 124:39

Mendelson, Nancy

“Respect for Ivory,” 77:24–25

Mendes, Arnaldo J., 84:56

Mendes, Henrique, 7:20, 9:28, 158:45

Mendes, Louisa, 9:28

Mendes, Luis, 7:20

Mendi Mission, 71:21, 71:23

Mendonsa, George, 113:37

Menemsha (Coast Guard weather ship), 142:16

“Menhaden Men,” 7:28–29

Meniketti, Marco, 67:8–9

mentorship, 164:10

Menzies, Archibald, 61:32–33

Merak, SS (cargo ship), 161:40

Mercantic II (renamed Talata), 21:29

Mercantile (coastal schooner), 5:29, 44:3, 60:17

Mercator (barquentine), 3:8, 3:11, 37:33, 66:25, 70:21

Mercator II, 66:25

Mercer, F. A.

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

Merchant Aircraft Carriers, 67:10

Merchant Marine. See US Merchant Marine

Merchant Marine Act. See Jones Act

Merchant Marine Museum. See American Merchant Marine Museum

merchant mariner credentials, 138:44–45

“A Merchant Seaman Remembers Shanghai,” 18:32–34

Merchant Shipping Act (United Kingdom), 128:35

Mercia (barque), 20:19

Mercogliano, Salvatore R.

“America’s First Frigates: The Luck of Thirteen,” 103:13–16

“The Container Revolution,” 114:8–11

“Forest of Assassins, A: The US Merchant Marine Under Fire During the Vietnam War,” 140:10–13

“‘We Built Her to Bring Them Over There’: The Cruiser and Transport Force in the Great War,” 161:18–22

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

Mercury (Le Havre packet ship; schoolship), 31:50

Mercury (US revenue cutter), 139:13

Mercury, USS (ex-SS Barbarossa) (ocean liner), 161:21, 161:22

Mercy (hospital ship), 112:18

Mercy Ships, 102:6, 103:5

Meredith Victory, SS (Victory ship), 40:34, 99:3, 100:4, 113:3

Meridian (barquentine), 3:8

Merino sheep, 97:34–35, 97:34

Merlin (sloop-of-war), 66:22

Mermaid (Essex smack), 29:46, 29:47

Mermaid, HMS, 21:29

mermaids, 68:44–46

Merom (schooner), 10:17

Merrimac, USS (renamed CSS Virginia) (Navy collier), 9:10, 30:9, 44:33, 65:31, 105:11, 108:21, 109:34, 120:27, 131:30, 151:35, 155:34–36, 155:34, 156:5–6, 156:6

model, 20:39

Merry, John, 157:17–18

Merry (ex-Sam, ex-Friedrich) (ketch, formerly topsail schooner), 3:8

Merry Bear (yacht), 104:38

Merseyside County Museum, 24:27

Merseyside Maritime Museum, 40:33, 48:11, 49:29, 64:37, 76:38

Mertes, Harald

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

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

Mesdag, Hendrik Willem (artist), 140:36

Mesopotamian sailing vessels, 72:13–14

“Message to the Future about What These Cape Horn Sailors Did and the Echoing Consequences of Their Sailing,” 92:9–11

Messenger (river steamer), 74:16

Meta Jan (ex-Eva; renamed Charlotte Rhodes) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:6

metal recycling, 158:13, 158:14–15

Meteor (whaleback lake freighter), 5:30, 31:57, 67:4, 79:37, 111:33

Meteor, SS (Liberty ship), 48:5

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 141:30, 142:30

Mexicana (Spanish schooner), 61:33

Mexico (German barque), 52:11

Mexpect (tugboat), 76:12

Meyer, Elizabeth, 72:8–9, 72:9, 164:24

Meyer, Schuyler M. Jr., 44:50, 53:42, 55:7, 55:8, 55:8, 68:6, 72:8, 75:4, 76:39, 76:39, 77:4, 83:53, 84:2, 84:55

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

Miami, FL, as OpSail 2000 port city, 85:16–19

Miami & Erie Canal, 73:37

“Miami: In the Wake of the Santiago,” 85:16–18

Miantnomah, 30:9

Michael (tugboat), 140:12, 140:13

“Michael Blaser’s World of Steamboats,” 57:26–27

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

Michael J. Cosgrove, 5:15

Michel (German raider), 38:5

Michelangelo (liner), 65:31

Michener, James A., 15:49, 15:49

Michigan, USS (battleship), 31:9

Michigan class battleships, 31:11

Michigan Maritime Museum, 68:36, 75:33, 77:21–23, 85:51, 105:31, 118:40, 143:48

Midas (steam schooner), 88:11

Middendorf, Friedrich, 48:16

Middendorf, J. William II, 162:7

“USS Constitution: A Study in Command,” 44:14–16

Middlesex, 36:16

Midway, Battle of, 102:8–12, 104:8

Midway, USS (aircraft carrier), 66:25, 98:38, 120:19, 120:31

Midway Atoll, designated national memorial, 94:40

Miethe, Robert, 92:9

“The Mighty Moshulu: A Short History”

Part I, 60:13–15

Part II, 61:8–12

“The Mighty Moshulu: In Extremis in 1947,” 62:46

“A Migratory—and Native!—Event,” 51:9

Mihandust (Arab dhow), 154:18–20, 154:18–19

Mikasa (Japanese battleship), 12:27, 65:34, 112:5–6, 145:46, 148:26

Mike Sekul (oyster schooner), 148:56

Miksch, Heidi, 35:7

Mikulski, Barbara Ann, senator, 149:12, 150:43, 150:43, 151:8

Mildred, 146:40, 146:40

Miles, Jan, 146:13, 146:13

Miles, Ted, 6:4–6, 17:26–27

“Historic Steam Tugs and Towboats Surviving in the U.S. and Canada: A Partial List,” 8:14–18

Miles, Vincent, 154:38–41

Military Sea Transportation Service (MSTS), 112:16, 140:11–13

Military Sealift Command (MSC), 112:16–18, 140:12

“Military Sealift Command Delivers,” 112:16–18

Milkofsky, Brenda, 36:10, 53:39, 55:7, 115:6

“Three Centuries of Connecticut River Shipping,” 36:12–16

milky seas, 161:44–45

Millar, Ian A., 35:12

“‘The Type of Man Your Brother Was,’” 35:22

Millar, John, 12:22–24, 57:4

Millar, John Fitzhugh

“Stephen Hopkins,” 41:46

Miller, Bill, 117:44

Miller, James, 137:11

Miller, Joseph, 144:29–30

Miller, Keith (artist and author), 28:26, 40:30

“Brooklyn Bridge: An Appreciation,” 28:13

“A Rediscovery of New York Seaport,” 17:43–45

“Wreck of the Breadalbane,” 22:26

Miller, Melvin, 6:16

Miller, Philip, 103:15

Miller, Rick, 152:30

Miller, Robert (Ben Lexcen), 115:34

Miller, Sam, 147:21, 147:22

Miller, Walter, 35:14, 35:17

Miller, William H., 20:29

Millersburg Ferry Boat Association, 104:3

Milliken, Henry, 123:39, 123:39

Millstein, Barbara Head, “Rediscovering the Original Drawings,” 28:12

Milster, Conrad, 4:43, 10:8–11

Milverton (square-rigger), 19:9, 19:13, 71:11, 71:11, 155:19

sail plan, 52:37

Milwaukee, SS (ex-Manistique Marquette Northern I; steam screw ferry), 153:49, 153:49

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

Milwaukee Maritime Center, 69:35

Milwaukee Schooner Project, 71:38

Minas Gerais (ex-HMS Vengeance) (aircraft carrier), 100:42, 100:42

Mindell, David, 88:38

Minerals Management Service (MMS), 142:24

minesweepers (RCN), 154:5, 154:5

Bengal, 94:2–3

Chaffinch, USS, 68:12

Grebe, 15:48

Hazard, USS, 73:17

Inaugural, USS, 5:29, 68:32

Puffin, USS, 142:16

Restigouche, HMCS, 13:44

Salute, 14:48, 14:48

Tona, 30:10

Wilton, 30:9

YMS-20, 44:50–51

Mini-Lace (motor vessel), 22:36

Minmaneuth, 108:23

Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 56:23

Minnehaha (Lake Minnetonka steamboat), 76:37, 101:17

Minnequa (Hog Islander ship), 15:5

Minnesota, SS (steamship), 78:28

Minnesota, USS (battleship), 31:62

Minnesota Marine Art Museum (MMAM), 115:32, 118:20–22, 125:36, 141:31, 142:44, 143:46, 145:32, 146:4, 147:34, 154:28, 156:39

Minnetonka (steamboat), 152:22

Minnie V (Chesapeake Bay skipjack), 20:40

Minoan sailing vessels, 72:14–15

Minot Lighthouse, 127:5

Minotaur (full-rigged ship), 20:46

Minott, Alice, 10:17

Minott, Charles V. Sr., 9:7–9, 10:17

Minott, Charles V. Jr., 10:17

Mir (Russian full-rigged training ship), 48:16, 55:31, 62:21, 62:22, 62:28, 63:34, 63:35, 77:37, 83:50

Miranda (ex-Albatross; ex-Donna; ex-Dorothea) (four-masted schooner), 18:47, 22:36

Mircea (Romanian sail-training barque), 2:12, 4:11, 5:21, 28:34, 28:40, 38:30, 52:23, 52:23, 108:18, 108:19

Mircea II (three-masted barque), 58:30

Mirfac/Mirfak (T-AK 271 U.S. Military Sealift Command Ship/Naval cargo ship), 10:28, 13:41

Mirror of the Sea (Conrad), 96:11

Miss New York (harbor ferryboat), 5:29

Miss Santa (shrimp fishing vessel), 13:48

missile systems

Polaris, 80:33

Terrier, 100:17, 100:18

Mississippi Maritime Museum, 158:44

Mississippi Museum, 20:42

Mississippi Queen (paddlewheel steamer), 8:23, 28:34, 43:14–16, 59:37, 74:18, 74:19, 102:38, 157:13

Mississippi River. See under American rivers

Mississippi River Discovery Center and National Rivers Hall of Fame, 100:46

Mississippi River Museum, 24:32, 27:39, 74:37, 100:46, 105:38, 145:48

Mississippi River National Education and Conference Center, 100:46

Missouri, USS (battleship), 5:30, 12:29, 21:34, 71:36, 74:36, 89:41, 92:17, 96:15, 96:32, 111:34, 130:47, 148:15, 148:28

Mister Jim (buyboat), 24:30, 122:16, 143:42

Mistral (yawl), 57:9

Mitchel, James (artist), 21:38

Mitchell, C. Bradford, 41:17, 41:34

Mitchell, Carleton, 47:8, 47:10

Mitchell, James E. (artist), 16:46, 19:29, 38:29

Mitgang, Herbert, 8:3

Mix, Elijah, 141:18

Mizerek, Leonard (artist), 102:26, 108:35, 162:13

Mneme (renamed Pommern) (four-masted barque), 2:10, 5:15, 13:30, 18:61, 40:33, 48:5, 52:3, 93:18, 102:36, 102:36, 150:6, 156:18, 159:29

Mobil Foundation, 85:51

Mobil Gas, SS, 123:15

Moby-Dick (Melville), 99:15–17, 105:17, 163:44–45

Mockford, Jim

  “Salute to M/V Salvage Chief (ex-LSM 380), 162:22–27

Moctezuma (whaleship), 74:22

model ships, 22:26, 29:41, 31:43, 31:43, 34:17, 35:41, 37:31, 44:40–41, 49:14–15, 49:36–37, 54:35, 54:35, 56:23, 68:29, 71:28, 75:20, 83:44–47, 98:30, 100:26, 103:3, 104:18–21, 116:30, 128:26

in bottles, 70:34–36

canoes, 99:1821

competition and exhibition (1995), 73:28

Coronet, 97:30–32

ivory, 70:28, 78:22–23

“Navy Board,” 77:18–20

as works of art, 1:10–11

Zulu, 95:33

Modesty (oyster sloop), 4:35, 5:29, 5:32, 7:32, 7:32, 15:50, 18:42, 21:31, 24:29, 50:17

Moelders (German destroyer), 30:10

Moen, Stein, 84:19

Moewe (German raider), 86:4

Moffat, Alexander, 142:18

Moga, Traian, 132:18

Mohawk, USCG (ice breaker cutter), 24:30, 27:38, 79:36

Mohican, USS, 132:12

Moira Smith, M/V, 128:29

Molasses Reef wreck, 61:37

Molfetta (five-masted barquentine), 3:8, 15:41, 33:21, 33:21, 34:4

Molinari, Guy, 100:46

Moll, Herman, 107:23

Moll, John, 15:49

Molly (ex-Sea Nymph; now Syrene) (brigantine), 8:26, 153:39–40, 159:40

Molten, Philip L.

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

Mon Lei (Chinese junk), 4:13, 4:42, 5:15, 6:30, 7:12–13, 7:14, 40:11, 152:29

Monaghan, Thomas, 53:43

Monamy, Peter, 12:44

Monarch (tugboat), 10:23, 10:23

Monea, Kate, 159:16–17

Monet, Claude (artist), 145:26–28

Monette, Richard

“Let Us Sail Together in 1992,” 55:9

Mong, T. H., 44:3

Mongilardi, Peter, 119:36–37

Monhegan Lighthouse, 77:38

Monitor, USS (five-masted barquentine), 1:34, 8:25, 9:10–12, 10:1, 10:5, 10:27, 11:4, 11:32, 12:29, 13:29, 15:52, 30:9, 44:33, 65:31, 68:35, 98:41, 103:10, 108:21, 108:24–27, 108:39, 109:34, 116:24–25, 117:6, 119:32–33, 119:33, 131:30, 138:42, 145:9, 146:40, 151:35, 153:17, 153:18, 159:46

(pictures), 9:10–11, 108:0, 120:27

artifacts from, 45:34

deterioration of, 108:27

gun turret from, 102:38, 108:28–29, 119:33, 133:17, 155:48, 155:48, 159:46

propeller, 107:34

recovery of the gun turret, 108:26

Monitor Collection of Artifacts and Papers, 42:36

Monitor National Marine Sanctuary, 42:36, 68:35, 108:24–25, 146:40, 154:46, 155:53

Monitor Research and Recovery Foundation, 9:12

Monmouth (barque), 18:41

Monongahela (four-masted bark), 1:34, 15:52

Monroe, Alexander

“Remembering a Far-Traveled Four Piper,” 98:34–35

Monroe Doctrine, 103:10

Monson, Alonzo Castle, 64:27

Monssen, USS (destroyer), 87:35

Monsunen (motorship), 5:25, 11:28, 11:28

Mont Blanc (French ammunition ship), 126:16

Montagu, Thomas, 99:31

Montague, Daniel, 155:35

Montana, historic sternwheel river scow, 5:29

Montauk Lighthouse, 138:18–19

Montauk Point Lighthouse, 68:35

Mont-Blanc (steamship), 160:14–17, 160:15

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

Montebello, SS (tanker), 82:36, 137:40, 137:40

Monterey (light cruiser), 73:5

Monterey (Matson Line passenger liner), 16:21, 18:61, 102:41

Monterrey, USS, scale model, 112:36

Montezuma (whaling ship), 51:5

Montgomery, Bernard, 69:12

Montgomery (frigate), 98:11, 98:12, 98:13, 103:14, 103:16

Montgomery, USS (steamer), 157:32–33, 157:33

Montgomery Gallery, 37:27

Monticello (ocean liner), 162:7

Montojo, Don Patricio, 86:18, 94:12

Montoso, SS (cargo ship), 122:23

Montserrat, SS, 22:24

Moonbeam (ketch model), 54:35

Moonraker (gaff cutter), 33:13, 100:37–38

Moore, Damarione, 160:40

Moore, Hamilton

“OceanBound for History: School Teachers Trade the Classroom for a Ship,” 113:7

Moore, J. M. C., 93:20–22

Moore, James, 77:4, 123:24–27

Moore, John, 105:17

Moore, John Hamilton, 160:24

Moore, Jonas, 135:26

Moran, Edmond J., 67:36, 67:36

Moran, Edmund Francis, 5:15, 62:38

Moran, Edward (artist), 94:0

Moreland, Daniel D., 32:33, 34:38, 68:34, 122:10–11, 123:8, 123:10, 154:46, 154:46, 157:31, 158:45, 159:45, 162:7, 162:8, 164:10, 165:24

“Around the World Under Square Sail,” 161:46–49

“The Barque Picton Castle’s Bosun School,” 157:28–31

“Carrying the Age of Sail Forward in the Barque Picton Castle,” 109:24–28

“Return to Cape Town: Several Generations of Cape Horners Meet under Table Mountain,” 93:31–32

“Romance Under Sail: the Life and Legacy of Captain and Mrs. Arthur Kimberly and the Brigantine Romance,” 124:20–24

“Schooner Ernestina: History Under Sail,” 46:22–24

“From Sea Scout to Master Mariner, Captain Arthur Kimberly Before his Romance,” 123:14–16

Morgan, Bernard, 37:33, 57:11

Morgan, Charles S., 75:37

Morgan, Charles W., 134:16

Morgan, David, 141:12

Morgan, Elisha E., 144:28

Morgan, Frederick, 69:10, 69:12

Morgan, Harry, 47:9, 69:20

Morgan, Harry E., 84:56

Morgan, Henry, 116:22

Morgan, Junius S., 99:9–10

Morgan, Nathaniel, 74:20

Morgan, William J., 106:39, 106:39

Morison, Samuel Eliot, 93:7, 113:26–30, 113:27, 113:28–29, 114:3, 115:5, 160:5

Mormacgull, SS (cargo carrier), 74:47

Morning Light (clipper), 96:24–25

figurehead for, 96:24

Morning Star of Revelation, 71:40

moro-vintas, 43:30, 43:31

Morris (Coast Survey schooner), 120:32

Morris, Charles, 81:29, 87:3

Morris, Gregory DL, 159:28–29

Morris, Hewitt S., 134:26

“S • O • S,” 134:26–29

Morris, Jerry, 10:23

Morris, Richard Irving “Dick,” 53:4, 53:40

Morris, Robert, 87:12, 150:22

Morris, USS (destroyer), 87:3

Morrison, James, 121:21

Morrison, Joseph, 136:12

Morrissey, Clayton “Clayt,” 82:24, 152:5

Morrissey, Effie M., 8:20

Morro Castle, 10:20, 128:35, 155:36

Mortensen, Kai

“The Danish Training Ship Georg Stage,” 82:10–11

Morton, Bridget Balthrop

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

Morton, Rogers C. B., 8:23

Mosbacher, Emil “Bus” Jr., 68:6, 83:53, 83:53, 116:22, 158:25

Moscoco de Alvorado, Luis, 134:32–35

“Moscoco’s Ships,” 134:32–35

Moscone, George, 38:16

Moseley, Ebenezer, 40:21

Mosert, Dutch, 121:46

Moses, Robert, 164:35

Moshulu (ex-Dreadnought; ex-Kurt; ex-Oplag) (four-masted barque), 1:13, 2:8, 2:31, 3:13, 4:30, 4:35, 5:30, 6:3, 6:30, 7:31, 8:26, 10:26, 14:46, 18:42, 18:60, 18:61, 49:4, 52:3, 56:35, 60:9, 60:13–15, 61:5, 61:8–12, 65:38–39, 66:25, 67:35, 72:10, 73:6, 79:36, 85:3, 93:18, 148:29

(pictures), 15:52, 31:21, 18:62, 60:13, 60:14, 61:8–11, 73:6

move to Penn’s Landing, 61:12

purchase for South Street Seaport, 61:11–12

salvage operation, 62:46

during World War II, 61:9

Mosier, Joseph C., 106:4

Mosquito Fleet, 14:40–41, 147:22

Mota, A. Teixeira da

“Early Portuguese Voyages in the South Atlantic,” 45:15–17

Mothball Fleet, 136:38–40, 138:5

Motorboat Historical Society, 20:37

Mott, Lawrence V.

“Medieval Ship Graffiti,” 48:14–15

Motto (US transport schooner), 152:34

Mouat, Robert, 35:41

Moulter, William, 121:23

Mound City (gunboat), 114:40, 114:40

Mount, William Sydney (artist), 50:24–25

Mount Stewart (three masted full-rigged ship), 3:16, 15:41

Mount Vernon (ex-City of Camden, renamed Charles S. Zimmerman) (1916 screw steamer), 10:13, 11:8, 13:47

Mount Vernon USS (ex-City of Delaware😉 (steamer, CTF ship), ; 161:21, 161:22,

lifeboat converted to a chapel, 162:7

Mount Washington (ex-Chateaugay; steamer), 10:13

Mount Washington (Mt. Washington II; screw steamer), 11:8

Mount Washington, SS, 136:38, 136:38, 138:5, 138:6

Mountain State, MV, 157:11

Moyana (ketch), 37:33

Moyie (steam sternwheeler), 5:30, 46:45

Mozart (Finn barkentine), 3:20

Mr. Chips (barge), 162:23

“Mr. Cunard’s Line Celebrates Its 160th Birthday,” 95:11–13

“Mr. Dickens’s Waterways Tour,” 74:14–16

Mr. Jim (buy boat), 24:30, 122:16, 143:42

Muckelroy, Keith, 153:18, 153:19

Mudie, Colin, 20:30

Mueller, Zelda, 5:22, 5:23

Muhlenfeld, Otto (artist), 32:35

Muir, James, 112:10

Muir, John, 100:42, 102:34

Muirneag (Zulu), 95:33

Mulberry harbors, 69:17–19

Mulcahy, Michael

“The USS Monitor Project,” 44:33

Muller, William Gordon (artist), 6:22, 10:0, 20:0, 20:13, 28:0, 28:26, 31:23, 37:0, 40:30, 46:27, 54:27, 58:24–26, 59:4, 59:23, 77:0, 80:0, 83:0, 85:6, 85:7, 87:5, 107:0, 134:30, 141:9

“Rejoicing in the Hudson, Its Steamboats & Other Watercraft—and in the Artists Whose Vision Has Added Undying Luster to Its Heritage,” 37:23–25

Mulzac, Hugh L., 81:46, 81:46

Mumford, Elizabeth (artist), 149:0, 149:28

Mundy, Charles Warren “C.W.,” 157:14

Munger T. Ball (tanker), 155:28, 155:28

Muñoz, Ludy D., 79:4

Muñoz Gamero (ex-County of Peebles) (four-masted full-rigged ship), 2:8, 3:39, 68:5, 122:7, 124:6

Murdock, Ernie, 69:20

Murphy, Brian

“Into the Lifeboats––Abandoning the Packet Ship John Rutledge,” 165:12–16

Murphy, J. E., 155:35

Murphy, James F., 145:24

Murphy, John M., 16:23

Murphy, Robert, 6:1

Murrain Associates, Inc., 134:47

Murray (tugboat), 162:18

Murray, Timothy, 18:26–27

Murray, Will, 131:9

Musasshi (battleship), 71:15

Muscarelle Museum (College of William and Mary), 154:28, 155:46, 156:39

Muscoota (ex-Flying Cloud; ex-Buckingham) (four-masted bark), 15:52

Musée de la Marine (Musée Dauphin) (Paris), 100:22–26

Musée National de la Marine, 100:22–26

Museu Maritim de Barcelona, 91:38

Museum Finder link (NMHS website), 164:4

Museum of American Finance, 120:40

Museum of Contemporary Art (San Diego, CA), 105:29

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 62:37, 113:36–37

Museum of Florida History, 67:8

Museum of History and Industry (Seattle), 18:45

Museum of Hudson River Navigation, 9:17

Museum of Science and Industry (Chicago), 23:26, 75:3

Museum of the American Revolution, 164:11

Museum of the Atlantic (Halifax, Nova Scotia), 163:39

Museum of the Bermuda Historical Society, 95:30

Museum of Underwater Archaeology, 122:46, 124:44, 142:50

Museum of Yachting (Newport, Rhode Island), 25:45, 45:34, 65:36, 164:10, 164:24

Museum Small Craft Association, 48:31–32, 68:35, 72:8

Boats: A Manual for their Documentation, 51:22

Union List of Museum Watercraft, 51:22

music, maritime, 4:42–43

of the Great Lakes, 47:28–29

hurdy-gurdys, 53:5

sheet music from War of 1812, 139:16, 139:17

songs of the War of 1812, 139:16–21

See also sea chanteys

Mutin (gaff-rigged yawl), 16:16

“My Dear Husband. an extract from Whaling Letters,” 109:8–11

“My Father’s Epic Cape Horn Voyage,” 58:46–47

“My Own Little Leaking Monticello: John A. Noble’s Legacy for the Snugs,” 103:18–21

“My Own Navy,” 22:26

“My Week ‘Aboard’ Mystic Seaport’s Charles W. Morgan,” 143:20–24

Myers, John, 165:22

Myers, Mark (artist), 30:21, 35:38, 48:30, 59:0, 59:16–21, 61:0, 61:26, 64:0, 142:0

“A Passage to Exeter,” 33:12–14, 100:36–38

Myerson, Melbourne Z.

“The Repairman,” 74:47

Myrtle Cory (model), 130:47

Mystery (log canoe), 32:10, 154:25, 154:25, 154:26, 154:27

Mystic (Cape Verde schooner), 9:29

Mystic (yacht), 162:13

Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration, 104:38

Mystic C. (ex-Caviare, renamed Lettie G. Howard). See Lettie G. Howard

Mystic Clipper (centerboard schooner), 33:35, 36:22

Mystic Maritime Gallery, 31:23, 38:29, 42:26, 54:27, 67:23, 77:26, 83:43, 134:30, 134:40

international exhibit (1983), 30:21

international exhibit (1985), 37:27

invitational exhibit (1986), 39:31

international exhibit (seventh; 1986), 41:29

international (eighth), 45:31

international exhibit (1988), 47:39

International exhibit (1991), 58:28

international exhibit, (17th; 1996), 79:27

international exhibit (20th; 1999), 91:18–23

international exhibit, 98:30

international exhibit (23rd; 2002), 102:19, 102:22–25

international exhibit (35th annual), 149:26–28, 149:46

International Marine Art Exhibition (36th; 2015), 153:42

Mystic Sea Music Festival, 48:39, 88:28

Mystic Seaport, 2:31, 4:35, 5:1, 5:6–11, 7:32, 9:16–17, 21:31, 22:38, 70:14, 96:13, 96:14, 96:16, 96:20, 132:35, 134:41, 136:45, 137:40, 147:13, 149:46, 150:52, 155:53–54, 157:43, 159:9, 159:46, 165:44

Bowdoin at, 155:40

M. W. Blunt White Library, 118:42

online, 159:39

Mystic Seaport Museum, 19:38, 25:45, 29:31, 30:40, 31:45, 36:36, 39:35, 40:30, 46:13, 50:17, 60:34, 65:37, 65:40, 77:40, 78:26, 84:28–29, 114:2, 116:39, 128:9

Munson Institute, 81:45

Preservation Fund, 24:29

Thompson Exhibition Building, 155:53–54, 155:54, 157:43–44

Mystic Whaler (replica schooner), 8:18, 164:30