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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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N. B. Palmer, 52:26, 52:29

N. P. Talmadge (whaleship), 18:41

Naab, Michael, 51:37, 53:11, 57:9

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

Nagato (battleship), 71:16

Nagumo Chuichi, 102:9–10

Najaden (full-rigged ship), 2:12

Nakadar, Saqib, 164:50

Namouna (steam yacht), 89:26, 89:27

Nancy (merchant brig), 14:8, 90:15

Nancy (New Bedford whaler), 153:34, 153:35

Nanhai No. 1, shipwreck, 154:15

Nankin, Phil, 93:31–32

Nannie Bolin, 6:4

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

Nantucket (barque), 5:15

Nantucket (ex-Nobska) (steam-powered ferry), 5:29, 7:5, 7:5, 7:31, 10:13, 11:8, 11:19, 13:45, 14:42, 14:42, 23:21, 43:4, 52:39, 52:39, 61:39, 67:35, 71:7, 73:35, 73:35, 77:36, 78:26, 78:26, 97:6, 107:35, 108:32, 108:32, 109:37, 109:37

Nantucket (renamed Naushon), 11:8

Nantucket (ex-Rockport; ex-USS Ranger; ex-Bay State; renamed Emery Rice) (barque-rigged iron gunboat), 46:20–21, 47:5, 65:4, 66:4, 67:7, 68:5, 75:5, , 123:6, 123:15

Nantucket (sidewheel steamship), 39:28

Nantucket (MA), 42:0, 42:7, 86:12–13

“Nantucket and Pitcairn: An Islander Unravels an Island Mystery Half a World Away,” 42:16–17

“Nantucket camel,” 108:23

Nantucket Historical Association (NHA), 4:35, 21:31, 125:35, 132:46–47, 163:13

Nantucket Island, 93:0

Nantucket lighthouse, 62:36

Nantucket lightship, 5:29, 42:28, 56:44, 80:20

Nantucket Lightship / LV-112, 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

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

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

Nantucket Whaling Museum, 111:36, 111:36

Napier, Donald, 40:22

Napoleon (Bonaparte), 85:12, 85:34, 92:10

narathiwat (Thai fishing boat), 43:28

Narcissus, HMS (frigate), 121:21, 137:15, 139:12, 139:14, 147:20, 147:21

Narvaez, Jose, 61:32

Narwhal, USS (nuclear submarine), 107:36

Naseby, HMS, 135:24

Nashville, USS, 125:45, 148:13, 148:13

Natchez (cotton packet) 88:9, 88:11

Natchez (sternwheel steamboat), 28:34, 40:34, 43:13, 43:13, 74:25, 57:26, 57:28, 74:19

Natchez (paddlewheeler replica), 8:18

Nathan, Terry, 154:8, 154:8

Nathan Hale (submarine), 30:10

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

Nathaniel Bacon, SS (Liberty ship), 11:22

“The Nation Welcomes the Danmark,” 36:22–23

National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), 135:43, 141:40

National Archives of the United Kingdom, 165:42

National Association of Black Scuba Divers (NABS), 134:47, 142:50, 153:18, 157:26

National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, 66:27

National Bicentennial Fleet, 71:6

National Coast Guard Museum, 146:44, 148:53, 162:10, 163:10

National Coast Guard Museum Association (NCGMA), 143:40, 162:11

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

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

National Defense Reserve Fleet (NDRF), 136:38, 140:12, 148:32

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), 136:46

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), 135:45–46, 138:47

National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, 7:24

National Fisherman Collection, 149:43

National Fisherman (magazine), 4:1, 4:3, 4:5

National Gallery of Art, 39:30, 75:21, 140:36, 141:30–31

National Geographic Society, 158:10, 159:8

National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), 7:23, 7:24, 52:8–9

National Historic Protection Act, 68:14

National Historic Ships Committee, 76:38, 112:40

National Historic Trail on the Chesapeake Bay, 112:36

National History Day maritime history awards

(1997), 82:4

(1998), 86:32

(2010), 132:34

(2011), 136:7

(2012), 140:42

(2014), 147:4, 148:54

(2015), 152:51, 153:10–11

(2016), 156:44–45

(2017), 160:41–43

“National Honor Tarnished, National Property Squandered,” 16:23

National Liberty Ship Memorial, 104:12

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

National Lighthouse Conference (1999), 89:41

National Lighthouse Museum, 88:39, 100:46, 113:35

National Lighthouse Museum project, 113:35

National Lightship Trust, 82:34

“The National Lightship Trust,” 82:34

National Marine Art Conference, 2016, 155:46, 156:37

National Marine Education Association, 30:42

National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), 139:43–44, 156:47

National Marine Sanctuaries (NMSs), 119:32, 139:26, 146:40, 153:17, 153:18, 153:53, 158:32

Cordell Bank, 142:50, 142:52

Florida Keys, 62:37

Mallows Bay-Potomac River, 149:42, 158:32

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

Stellwagen Bank (SBNMS), 104:40, 118:38, 127:45, 139:26–27, 140:45, 147:44, 148:36

Thunder Bay, 109:34, 121:35, 123:44, 153:19, 153:20, 153:20–21

National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, 142:50

National Maritime Alliance (NMA), 47:40, 56:35, 57:39, 67:31, 68:7, 71:7, 108:7, 145:48–49, 148:32, 161:16–17, 162:7–8, 164:49

“National Maritime Alliance Secures Federal Grants for Maritime Heritage,” 145:48–49

“National Maritime Alliance—Advocating for Maritime Heritage,” 161:16–17

National Maritime Art Conference, 156:4, 157:14–15

National Maritime Day, 4:42, 67:35

National Maritime Hall of Fame, 25:44, 40:33, 44:36, 78:28, 91:39, 95:38, 100:45, 102:41, 103:38

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, 162:8

grant program, 128:49, 155:24, 157:26–27, 160:52

National Maritime Heritage Conferences. See Maritime Heritage Conferences

National Maritime Historical Society (NMHS), 80:4, 92:5, 93:5, 97:6, 99:20–21, 105:6, 108:6, 124:8, 155:14–15

“50 State Sail-in,” 91:5

50th anniversary, 141:4

at 2008 events, 123:12

aboard the QE2, 83:6

America Rediscovers its Revolution in the Year of the Turtle, 98:5

call to the membership (2002), 101:6

Chair of Oceanic History, 93:7

Charles Park Dedication Festival, 75:4

Charles Point Council, 111:5, 119:8, 150:4, 150:6

commemorating War of 1812, 140:8

commentary on shipwreck salvage debate, 52:9–10

communication (public and professional), 96:6

Council of American Maritime Museums (CAMM) meeting, 128:8–9

“Do Something for the Ship,” 85:7

gifts and bequests, 37:6, 96:7, 104:5, 117:41, 118:43, 119:43, 120:9, 121:38, 123:13

guides to maritime programs and cultural sites, 96:8

historic ship preservation, 82:4, 96:7

history of, 94:6–7, 95:7–9, 142:12, 155:13

International Register of Historic Ships, 91:6

Legacy Society, 165:10

member survey, 83:7, 103:2

membership campaign, 74:6, 78:4

membership news, 59:6

mission of, 54:9–10, 55:7–8, 56:7, 57:9, 58:9, 59:9, 62:7–9, 63:8–9, 64:8–9, 66:6, 67:6–7, 70:6–8, 71:6, 72:10–12

new chairmen and trustees, 1:31, 83:6

new website, 163:4

news, 73:6–7

Official OpSail edition of Tall Ships, 93:5

receptions, 108:2

saving the Wapama, 81:4

Sea History advisory board, 111:2

“Seafarers Join HMHS’s Educational Mission,” 77:4

seafaring legacy of the Pacific Coast, 109:4

seminar series 2018, 164:56

Tall Ship Flotilla, 82:4

“Toward a Campaign for Sea History,” 72:8

visions and achievements, 95:5

on the Web, 86:5, 93:5, 117:4, 164:4–5

National Maritime Historical Society annual awards dinners

(1989), 53:42

(1990), 56:34

(1993), 66:27, 68.6

(1995), 76:5

(1996), 80:4

(1998), 84:6, 87:5

(2000), 94:5, 95:5

(2001), 97:6, 99:5

(2002), 102:6, 103:5

(2003), 104:5, 105:6, 106:6

(2004), 107:6

(2005), 112:7, 113:6

(2006), 116:8, 117:8

(2007), 120:36–39, 122:12

(2008), 123:4, 124:26–29, 125:8

(2009), 126:8, 127:8, 128:28–29, 129:8

(2010), 130:8, 132:8, 132:40–41, 133:8

(2011), 134:8–9, 135:8, 136:30–31, 137:8

(2012), 138:10, 139:8, 140:20–21, 141:8–9

(2013), 144:8–10, 144:46–49, 145:12

(2014), 148:38–40, 149:10, 149:12

(2015), 149:12, 150:42–43, 151:8–9, 152:10–11, 153:8–9

(2016), 153:50, 154:10–11, 155:8–9, 156:10, 157:8

(2017), 157:48, 158:9–10, 159:8, 161:10–11

(2018), 161:12, 162:10–12, 163:10, 164:56, 165:8–9

National Maritime Historical Society annual meetings

(1984), 33:4, 33:33

(1987), 44:4

(1988), 47:6

(1990), 55:7–8

(1991), 58:9

(1993), 68:7

(1996), 77:4, 78:4

(1997), 80:4

(1998), 84:6, 85:6–7

(1999), 88:6, 90:6

(2000), 92:6, 93:5

(2001), 96:8, 97:6

(2002), 100:6

(2003), 103:6, 104:5

(2004), 106:6, 108:2

(2005), 110:8, 112:4

(2006), 114:6, 115:6

(2007), 118:8, 120:4, 120:8

(2008), 122:13

(2009), 125:49, 126:10

(2010), 130:9

(2011), 136:7

(2012), 138:8

(2013), 142:8–9

(2014), 146:8–9, 148:11

(2015), 150:8

(2016), 154:8–9

(2017), 156:9, 157:48, 158:12, 160:8

National Maritime Historical Society presidents’ reports

(1986), 43:48–49

(1989), 53:11

(2001), 99:5

(2002), 100:6

National Maritime Historical Society Projects and Programs

“Beyond the Spectacle” program, 89:6

college course on maritime commerce, 101:6

History as Sea education program, 94:5

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

Liberty Ship Project, 25:42

OpSail Education Program, 82:10–11

Sea Experience Program, 86:5, 86:7

Teacher Training Institutes, 89:7

See also Maritime Education Initiative (NMI)

National Maritime Information Center, 51:4

National Maritime Initiative (NMI), 148:31

historic vessels standards guide, 55:35

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

art exhibits at, 76:28, 108:37, 114:18, 116:30

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

National Maritime Museum Library, 63:37

National Maritime Museum of China, 145:51

National Maritime Museum of Ireland, 23:21

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

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 Maritime Union, 35:13, 41:2

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

National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC), 10:27, 156:27, 156:29, 156:29

National Museum of American Art, 78:25

National Museum of American History, 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), 136:48, 140:22, 148:11, 152:11, 152:49, 155:51

centenary celebration, 136:16–19

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

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

National Naval Museum (Sweden), 97:23

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 9:12, 108:24, 108:39–40, 141:40, 145:51, 146:40, 148:36, 156:40–41, 164:55

Commissioned Officer Corps, 126:37

Fisheries Service, 128:48

Maritime Heritage Program, 139:38, 153:20

Office of Coast Survey, 112:40, 140:40, 148:47

Office of National Marine Sanctuaries (ONMS), 112:11, 124:12, 134:47, 142:50, 147:44, 153:18, 153:20, 153:22

Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, 153:20

Whaling Heritage Symposiums, 122:50, 123:45, 124:8

National Park Service (NPS), 19:22–23, 68:7, 145:48–49, 164:49

“The National Park Service and Maritime Preservation,” 19:22–23

National Rivers Hall of Fame, 40:35, 45:34

National Sailing Hall of Fame, 136:46

National Science Foundation (NSF), 145:54

National Ship Trust, 4:1, 5:10

National Trust for Historic Preservation, 3:3, 4:1, 4:8, 5:10, 5:33, 7:23, 9:16, 21:21, 33:4, 44:36, 53:8, 57:39, 68:7, 70:9, 74:41, 85:54–55, 102:36, 161:16

National Trust for Historic Preservation Conference, 41:32

National Undersea Research Center (NURC), 108:24

National Underwater & Marine Agency, Inc. (NUMA), 31:54, 34:38, 158:16, 158:21

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

National World War II Museum (New Orleans), 130:47

Native American Canoe Center, 95:40

Native American perspective, 58:0, 8:9, 58:12–14

canoes, 99:18

first meetings with Columbus, 59:13–14

Hudson River tribes, 58:17–18, 58:19–22

Jameco tribe, 164:32

Pocahontas, 118:32

Squanto, 105:25

Taino Indians, 58:12–14, 59:12

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation, 95:40

Native Canoe Project, 53:4

Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), 156:47, 156:50

Nauset Light Station, 71:7

Naushon (ex-Nantucket), 11:8

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

nautical archaeology. See marine archaeology

“Nautical Archaeology Comes of Age: the Vital Fifth Stage,” 13:27

“Nautical Archaeology: Mediterranean Origins,” 39:8–10

Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS), 153:18

“Nautical Archaeology: The Real Treasure,” 39:7

nautical charts. See maps and charts

nautical jargon, 4:44–47, 5:4, 36:4, 39:3, 70:33, 76:33, 108:12–13, 116:33, 117:31, 119:23, 121:37, 124:43, 135:34, 153:45, 162:36–37, 163:6

nautical maps. See maps and charts

Nautical Research Guild, 25:43, 84:54

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

Nautilus (Coast Survey schooner), 105:12, 120:32

Nautilus (plunging boat), 141:18

Nautilus (US warship), 58:39, 134:14

Nautilus, USS (nuclear-powered submarine), 19:38, 27:34, 30:10, 59:33, 95:19, 100:42, 123:46

Nautilus Marine Art Gallery, 75:21

Naval Academy. See U S Naval Academy (Annapolis)

Naval Academy Prep School (NAPS), 159:43–44

Naval Academy Sailing Foundation, Inc., 161:50–51

naval architects, 122:38

Naval Armament Act of 1794, 142:37

Naval Armed Guard (NAG), 44:3, 48:4

“Naval Battle of Plattsburgh Bay, 11 September 1814,” 148:20–24

Naval Defence Act, 103:10

naval expeditions, 156:30–33

Naval Fleet Auxiliary Force, 112:15–16

Naval Historical Center (NHC), 44:32, 62:37, 113:37, 115:35, 118:38

“Naval Historical Center,” 44:32

Naval Historical Foundation (NHF), 25:46, 100:44–45, 159:8

Oral History Program, 85:54

“Naval Historical Foundation to Turn Over Portion of Cold War Gallery to Navy Museum,” 129:42

Naval History and Heritage Command, 138:46

Naval History Symposium, 48:31

Naval Institute, 9:13

Naval Lyceum, 9:13

“The Naval Lyceum,” 9:13

Naval Magazine, 9:13

Naval Museum (Copenhagen), 2:33

Naval Shipyard (Brooklyn), 65:15–16, 65:16

Naval Support Activity Crane (Indiana), 139:42

Naval War College Foundation, 119:40–41, 127:43

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

Naverson, Harry, 49:12

Navesink Twin Lights, 94:34–35

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

navigation, 126:36, 161:53

astrolabe, 112:22, 161:53

and Captain Philip Weems, 108:8–10

on Columbus’s ships, 56:18–19

dead reckoning, 150:46

and the longitude problem, 153:12–15

magnetic compass, 137:30–31

by the stars, 120:23

sextants, 153:14–15

using sunstones, 157:25

tools for, 120:23

navigation charts. See maps and charts

The Navigators, (documentary film), 29:14–15

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

“The Navy and the Coast Survey,” 120:32–35

Navy Art Cooperation and Liaison (NACAL) Committee, 20:36

Navy Art Gallery, 57:30, 68:29

Navy Art online, 116:30

Navy fleet oilers, 82:2–3

Navy League of the United States, letter to President Clinton, 81:7–8

Navy Memorial Museum, 10:27, 25:46

Navy Museum, 97:40, 99:26, 107:35

“Navy Segregated by Ship, Jim Graham and the Story of USS Mason, DE-529,” 118:10–13

Nawat, USS (Navy tugboat), 30:4, 44:50, 44:51, 75:4

Nawat III, 55:7, 55:8

NcNeill, Daniel, 139:10

Neah Bay (USCGC), 160:45

Neal Beckner Collection, 110:26

Ned Hanlan (steam tug), 5:30, 22:37, 25:18, 77:36

“Needed: New Funding for the National Maritime Heritage Act,” 96:15

Negro Seamen Act, 93:35

Negus, Nathan (artist), 150:28

Nehru, Jawaharlal, 92:9–10

Neil Armstrong, R/V, 155:52–53, 155:52

Neill, Peter

“We Must Draw the Circle Larger,” 33:4

Neith (yacht), 88:6

Nelcebee (tugboat), 25:19, 25:19

Nellie (oyster schooner), 4:35, 7:31

Nellie and Mary (oyster schooner), 5:29, 6:30, 9:17, 25:45

Nellie and May (schooner), 23:23

Nellie L. Byrd (dredge boat), 86:24

Nellie May (fishing schooner), 8:19

Nelson, Charles, 117:24

Nelson, Dave, 8:12

Nelson, Fred, 131:9

Nelson, Harry J. Jr., 71:28

Nelson, Harry L., 57:30

Nelson, Horatio, 71:30–31, 76:31, 79:20, 80:31, 110:0, 106:27, 110:20, 132:38–39, 136:18, 136:18, 148:55–56, 156:55

at the Battle of the Nile, 85:30–34

miniature bust, 104:20

at Santa Cruz (Tenerife), 79:19–21

at Trafalgar, 104:29–30, 112:27–29, 163:34, 163:35

Nelson, James L., 127:41

“The Battle of Cape Henry,” 132:22–26

“Benedict Arnold’s Navy,” 117:14–19

“Taking the Fight to Sea: Machias and the First Sea Fight of the American Revolution,” 123:24–27

Nelson, HMS (battleship), 69:13

“Nelson at Santa Cruz: A Minor Battle of Major Importance,” 79:19–21

“Nelson: Man and Myth,” 71:30–31

“Nelson Memorandum Pinpoints the Start of the Trafalgar Campaign,” 104:29–30

Nelson’s Dockyard at English Harbor, 31:58

Nemesis, USCGC, 142:18

Nemo (remotely operated submersible), 64:28–29

Nenana (sternwheel river towboat), 5:28, 8:14, 34:38

Neponset, M/V, 76:2

Neptun (barque), 93:15

Neptune (expedition ship), 155:39

Neptune (French warship), 132:25, 132:26

Neptune, HMS (British warship), 56:27, 140:22

Neptune (1904, Lake of Geneva boat), 14:4, 16:7

Neptune (schooner), 29:31

Neptune (steam-whaler), 121:15

Neptune’s Car (clipper ship), 40:33, 88:13, 153:6

Neriede (British man-of-war), 113:18

Nessen, John, 35:13

Netherlands Antilles, 131:38–39

Netherlands Maritime Trust, 7:18, 9:1

Nette S. (ex-Prince Louis II; ex-Peder Most; renamed Bel Espoir.) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:5–6, 84:27

Netter, Michael J.

“100th Anniversary to Be Observed Aboard Delta Queen,” 53:36

Neuse, CSS (Confederate Navy Ship), 144:51, 144:51

Neutrality Act, 87:34, 98:34, 164:20–21

Nevada, USS (battleship), 69:11, 69:13, 69:15, 69:42, 158:5

“A New Bark Built in 1906,” 48:16–17

New Bedford Art Museum, 127:34

New Bedford (steamer), 10:10

New Bedford Art Museum, 124:36, 127:34

New Bedford Whaling Museum, 7:32, 8:29, 18:42, 47:39, 73:23, 80:38, 85:51, 94:39, 99:36, 103:37, 107:37, 108:38, 114:40, 125:48, 126:41, 126:43, 128:44, 128:48, 134:9, 136:44–45, 147:25, 159:39

centennial celebration, 104:25

“Classic Whaling Prints” exhibit, 126:47

New Carissa (wood-chip carrier), 162:25–26

New Claremont (Arryl House), 163:30, 163:32

New Deal, 128:0, 128:22

“A New Drake Myth,” 106:10–12

New Endeavour (replica of Cook’s Endeavour), 20:42

New Endeavour (ex-Cito, ex-Volo, ex-Dana, ex-Turo) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:8, 3:10, 4:18, 10:21

“New England Schooners,” 49:35

New England Ship Trust, 38:32

New England Steamship Company (N. E. S. S. Company), 10:10

“New England’s Nineteenth-Century Sailmaker,” 109:32–33

New Era (barque), 30:23, 165:16

New Hampshire, USS, 153:44

New Haven (gundelo), 53:30

New Ironsides, USS, 120:0

New Jersey Historical Society, 21:32

New Jersey Museum of Boating, 94:40

New Jersey (ex-Princess Anne; renamed Greenport), 11:8

New Jersey, USS (battleship), 12:29, 92:37, 101:34, 107:12, 111:4, 144:34, 148:28, 162:46, 162:46

model, 44:41

“New Libertalia: A Pirate Dream Comes True,” 127:18–21

“New Life for Atlantic Docks,” 14:30–31

New London lighthouse, 143:48

“A New Look at Nathaniel Bowditch, Nineteenth-Century America’s Numbers Man,” 160:24–27

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

New Mexico (battleship), 114:15

“A New Morning in South Street,” 136:8–9

New Orleans (line-of-battle ship), 80:34

New Orleans (steamboat), 64:13, 105:26

New Orleans, USS, 138:25

New Orleans, USS (amphibious vessel), 94:21

New Orleans, Battle of, 141:13

New Orleans Military and Maritime Academy (NOMMA), 163:20–21

New Ross Lions Club, 88:23

“New Sails for an Old Ship—Building Sails for the Charles W. Morgan,” 147:24–28

“New Trade Winds,” 98:38

New Way (ex-Western Union) (sail-training schooner), 50:32, 50:33, 55:34, 57:18, 57:36, 58:5, 63:35, 69:34

New World (steamboat), 10:6, 11:38, 143:30

New World (Swallow Tail Line packet), 103:46–48, 123:29

New York (Black Ball Line packet ship), 12:47, 154:39, 154:39

New York (Boston boat), 20:10

New York (canalboat), 15:62

New York Central No. 3 (tugboat), 119:39

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

“New York Central No. 16,” 116:36

New York Central No. 16 (tugboat), 25:26, 116:4, 116:36, 117:4, 117:28, 117:28, 119:39

New York Central No. 29 (renamed Aqua) (steam harbor lighter), 2:31, 4:19, 4:20, 5:29, 13:12, 13:12, 34:8

New York Central No. 31 (harbor tug), pilot house, 17:36

New York (convoy ship), 44:3

New York (cruiser), bow piece, 29:0, 29:20

New York (ex-Catawissa; renamed Tank Master No. 1) (steam tug), 25:18, 61:39, 77:32–33

New York (frigate), 103:16, 105:11, 140:16

New York (gundelo), 53:30

New York (Hudson River steamer), 10:7

New York (pilot boat), 33:18, 99:34

New York (propeller steamer), 20:9

New York (Sampson’s cruiser), 86:19

New York and Porto Rico Steamship Company, 130:26

New York Harbor

Alice Austen’s photographs, 83:35–39

marine archaeology in, 7:25

as official OpSail port, 93:9–13

port of New York, 17:43–45, 65:12–17

renaissance, 83:6, 83:32–33

shipwrecks in, 7:24

“New York Harbor Curatorship”

I, “Sea Day: New York Celebrates the Working Harbor”, 33:18–19

II, “John Noble’s Voyaging Studio”, 33:20–21

III, “Saving the Intrepid for New York and the Nation”, 33:24–26

“New York Harbor Renaissance: To Revive a Shining Asset of a City Born of the Sea,” 83:32–33

“New York Observes 75th Anniversary of Slocum Disaster,” 14:39

“New York: Sally Port to Victory,” 65:1217

New York Shipbuilding Corporation, 144:35

New York State quadricentennial, 128:47

New York, USS, 66:13, 66:13, 103:9, 120:0, 125:42–43, 125:42, 155:33

New York, USS (amphibious assault ship), 105:40

New York, USS (amphibious transport dock), 127:44, 127:44

New York, USS (armored cruiser), 68:29

New York State Canal Conference, 165:4

New York Yacht Club (NYYC), 8:28, 9:16, 70:28, 93:40, 98:23, 117:42

New Zealand, 116:23

New Zealand war canoe, 83:13

Newark (cruiser), 125:43–44

Newburgh (renamed Nantasket), 44:3

Newburyport (frigate), 105:11

Newburyport (whaleship), 74:20–21

Newburyport Maritime Society, 31:56

Newby, Eric, 61:12

Newcastle, HMS (frigate), 141:14

Newcomb, Frank Hamilton, 157:16–20, 157:16

Newfoundland & Labrador Sailing Association, 28:30

Newhall, Ruth, tribute to Karl Kortum, 76:6

Newhall, Scott, 8:12, 64:38, 72:21

“The Eppleton Hall Encounters a Gale,” 8:41–43

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

Newman & Saunders, 37:27

Newport, Jerry (artist), 20:44

Newport Art Museum, 70:28, 89:28

Newport Bermuda Race, 131:28–29

Newport Harbor Nautical Museum, 110:24–27

Newport Harbor Nautical Photo Collection, 110:26

Newport International Boat Show, 75:4

Newport News, USS, 129:42

Newport Tall Ships Race, 73:33

Newport Wooden Boat Show, 22:38

Newport Yachting Center, 22:38

Newton, Dayton O., 121:32

Newton, Isaac, 153:13

Newton, Robert G., 161:11, 165:9

Newton (cargo steamer), 4:23, 7:24

Neyland, Henry, 60:10

Ngalo (New Zealand ship), 83:51

Niagara, USS (1813, brig), 40:34–35, 42:36, 43:25, 48:37, 128:8, 136:11, 138:31, 145:5, 145:55, 146:45, 147:28, 151:28, 157:31

(pictures), 40:34, 111:32, 126:22–25, 126:27, 136:11, 138:31, 139:4, 143:47, 144:17, 144:21–22, 144:51, 146:8–9,

at the Battle of Lake Erie, 144:15–19

Niagara (brig, restoration replica), 53:42, 55:33–34, 60:38, 61:38, 62:27, 63:35, 65:39–40, 67:34, 68:33–34, 69:34, 78:28, 90:21, 106:37, 111:32, 116:25, 119:41, 123:9–10, 126:22–27, 128:8, 139:4, 143:47, 144:14, 144:17, 144:51, 145:55, 146:8–9, 146:45, 163:47, 163:47, 164:30

Niagara, MV (freighter), 40:34

Niagara Lives!” 48:37

Niantic (New England whaler/Gold Rush storeship), 11:33, 12:6, 12:36, 12:41, 14:32, 15:44–46, 15:46, 18:14, 36:15–16, 90:34, 102:30

“The Niantic: Participant in Creating a New California,” 15:44–46

“The Niantic Observed,” 15:46

Niblack, USS (destroyer), 145:6–7

Nicholas, John S., 132:10

Nicholls, J. F., 152:23–24

Nichols, George, 4:35, 32:42, 36:36, 50:34

Nicholson, Charles, 98:24

Nicholson, Desmond, 115:40

Nicholson, James, 103:15–16

Nicholson, John, 135:12–13

Nicholson, Samuel, 142:36–38, 142:36, 142:37, 152:37–38

Nicholson, USS (destroyer), 100:16

Nickels, E. D. P., 121:12

Nickerson, Vincent Douglas (artist), 47:35

Nicol, John, 85:10, 85:11, 85:62–63

“‘Tight Ship and Her Merry Hearts’: A Seaman Remembers Nelson’s Battle of the Nile,” 27:44–45

Nicoll, Scott, 55:33

Nicolosi, Anthony S.

“The Battle off Samar,” 71:14–17

Nicosia, Francesco, 57:20, 100:39

Nielsen, Aage, 47:8

Nielsen, O. P., 90:19

Nielson, Kim, 119:36

Nieuw Amsterdam (Holland America steamship), 64:33, 65:15

wartime paint scheme, 98:33

Niger (British privateer), 142:37

Nigerian sailing dugout, 100:37

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

“The Nightboats of Long Island Sound,” 20:9–14

Nile (barque), 123:18

Nile, Battle of the, 27:44–45, 85:30–34, 85:62–63

Nile River sailing boats, 10:4

Nilsen, Conrad P., 57:34

Nilsson, Jeff, 121:8

Nimitz, Chester W., 71:17

Nimitz, USS, 30:9, 112:36

Nimitz strike group, 164:15

Niña (Columbus’s caravel), 50:31, 54:0, 54:19, 54:20, 54:22, 55:18, 55:20, 59:14, 62:10–11, 63:12, 78:11

Niña (caravel; Columbus’s ship replica), 8:17, 17:25, 17:26, 53:11, 55:14, 58:4, 63:38, 70:39, 84:54

readying for voyage, 56:20

re-rigging, 56:16

Niña (schooner yacht), 47:9, 47:9, 89:35

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

Ninio, Francisco, 55:17

Nino, Juan, 55:17

Nino, Peralonso, 55:17

Niobe, HMCS (WWI cruiser), 13:44, 160:17, 160:18

Nippon Maru (Japanese sail training ship; four-masted barque), 2:7, 2:12, 4:13, 5:4, 12:41, 28:34, 38:30, 39:34, 61:39, 62:21

Nissen, Nicolas C., 105:13

“NMHS Projects: A Task That Has To Be Done,” 47:6

“NMHS Sails with Endeavour,” 85:28–29

“NMHS Sails With SCOW—to Knoxville!” 74:7

“NMHS Takes the Young Idea to Sea,” 84:35

No. 5 Elbe (ex-Wandervogel; renamed Wander Bird) (pilot schooner). See Wander Bird (ex-Wandervogel; ex-No 5 Elbe) (pilot schooner)

“No More Free Rides: Let’s Make Our Ships a Line Item in Harbor Festival Budgets—Right Up There with Bumper Stickers!” 18:21

“No Na Mamo,” 70:30–31

Noble, John A. (artist), 9:1, 10:34, 13:0, 28:27, 29:21, 29:39, 33:19, 33:37, 37:27, 46:13, 47:39, 53:27, 57:30, 59:23, 64:31, 93:7, 103:0, 154:26, 155:15

(pictures), 8:30, 29:21, 33:21, 103:2, 115:14, 155:15

charcoal sketches, 8:30–33

recipient of NMHS James Monroe Award, 23:40

schooner paintings, 23:41, 103:22–25

studio barge, 8:33, 33:20–21, 33:20–21, 103:18–21, 103:18–19, 103:21, 155:14

Noble Maritime Collection (Staten Island, NY), 53:27, 59:23, 93:7, 120:40, 123:47, 125:25, 133:45, 133:48, 134:7, 135:47, 137:44–45

Nobska, SS (ex-Natucket) (steam-powered ferry), 5:29, 7:5, 7:5, 7:31, 10:13, 11:8, 11:19, 13:45, 14:42, 14:42, 23:21, 43:4, 52:39, 52:39, 61:39, 67:35, 71:7, 73:35, 73:35, 77:36, 78:26, 78:26, 97:6, 107:35, 108:32, 108:32, 109:37, 109:37

“The Nobska: A Steamboat With a Future,” 14:42

Nobska Light, 161:52–53

Noddy (log canoe), 154:25–26

Nokes, Dick (author)

“American Sail in the Pacific Northwest,” 61:32–33

Nonowantuc (steam ferry), 140:26

Nonpareil (English galleon), 48:25

Nonpareil (sloop), 15:22–23

Nonsuch (Canadian ketch), 3:13, 31:57, 33:12, 59:16, 100:36, 100:36

Nonsuch (sailing ketch replica), 17:25, 17:28, 30:22

Nonsuch II replica, 8:17

Noone, James, 149:12

Noordzee (tugboat), 25:19

Nootka Sound, 88:16–18

Norddeutscher Lloyd Line, 95:12, 110:14–15, 129:34

Norden (barkentine), 4:43

Nordlys (schooner yacht), 123:14

Nordmann, Jim, 143:24

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

Nore (lightship), 26:28

Norfolk, VA, OpSail 2000 official port city, 86:20–21

Norfolk (brig), 116:11

Norfolk (destroyer), 30:10

Norfolk (ex-Allegheny; ex-George W. Collie) (skipjack), 14:24, 14:24

Norfolk (steamship), 64:33

Norfolk, HMS (cruiser), 27:8, 62:15

Norfolk Hero (wherry), 17:21

Norfolk keel, 31:54

Norfolk Nelson Museum, 103:38

Norfolk Rebel (tugantine), 24:28, 25:45, 57:36, 92:12, 92:14, 93:21–22, 113:36

Norfolk Rover (sail-assisted cruise/cargo vessel), 25:45

Norfolk Wherry Trust, 17:9, 17:20–21

“Norfolk Wherry Trust,” 17:20–21

Norge (Danish liner), 33:35

Norgoma (passenger ferry), 163:49, 163:49

Norie, John William, 160:24, 163:37, 163:37

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

Norlantis (journal), 14:43

Norlindo (merchant freighter), 155:27

Norling, Lisa, 111:2, 111:2

Norluna, 101:13

Norma (Hudson River sloop), 43:23

Norma and Gladys (dory-fisherman), 4:7, 6:6

Normandic (ex-Daniel Tompkins) (Hudson River schooner), 84:3

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

Normandy Convoy (Normandy ’94), 65:37, 68:4, 68:6, 69:20–21, 69:30, 70:4

Norris, Howes, 105:15–17

Norris, John R., 20:15, 68:9, 69:9

Norse seafaring, 75:12, 75:14–15, 76:8

Norsk Sjofartsmuseum, 6:3

North America (whaleship), 164:38

North American Marine Environmental Protection Association (NAMEPA), 140:41

North American Society for Oceanic History (NASOH), 9:16, 10:5, 32:42, 48:31, 57:39, 63:39, 64:38, 79:40, 95:38, 95:40, 104:41, 108:38, 116:38, 122:46, 125:49, 126:10, 136:42, 141:46, 142:52, 149:42, 156:9

annual conference (2006), 115:2

North Bend (steamer), 158:30, 158:32

North Cape, Battle of, 27:8

North Cape (dragger), 5:30

North Carolina Maritime Heritage Conference, (1982), 23:24

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

“North Carolina Maritime Museum: Council of American Maritime Museums Profile,” 109:12–14

North Carolina (brig, Quasi War period), 153:34

North Carolina, USS (ship of the line, Civil War period), 162:19

North Carolina, USS (battleship, BB 55), 5:29, 12:29, 31:8, 31:49, 73:17, 74:36, 74:36, 75:3, 84:29, 133:24, 143:47, 147:42, 147:42, 156:46, 156:46, 161:17

North Devon Maritime Museum, 22:36

North King, steam ship, 102:3

North Light Commission, 7:33

North Light station (Block Island lighthouse), 119:39

North River Steamboat. See Clermont (aka North River Steamboat; Fulton’s steam prototype); Clermont (aka North River Steamboat; replica)

North River Terminal, 65:14

North Star (New Bedford whaler), 139:27, 150:14

North Star (steam-powered yacht), 165:12

North Star (ex-H. A. Scandrett; renamed USS Hamina), 8:13

North West America (schooner), 88:16

Northeast Passage, 156:54

Northern Dawn, HMS (trawler), 68:11, 68:11, 68:12, 70:5

Northern Duke, HMS (trawler), 68:12

Northern European seafaring, 76:10–11

Northern Light (clipper ship), 104:35

Northern Light Commission, 22:38

Northern Light (sloop), 40:11

Northern Princess, HMS (trawler), 68:10–11, 68:11

Northerner (steamer), 9:32

Northgate Scot (renamed St. Denys) (steam tugboat), 23:21, 25:18

Northumberland (70-gun ship), 11:13

“Northwest Marine Art Exhibition, 1980, 20:45–47, 20:49

“Northwest Maritime Revival,” 61:16–19

Northwest Passage, 129:22–23, 129:26, 156:30, 156:31, 156:33, 156:53–55

Northwest School of Boat Building, 27:38

Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, 21:35, 25:47, 31:57

Northwest Schooner Society, 95:40

Northwest Seaport (Seattle), 2:31, 22:41, 24:32, 64:36, 67:35, 95:40, 125:51, 145:43, 145:45–47

Northwestern (deep water shipwreck), 153:20

Northwind Undersea Institute, 25:45

Norton, Linda (artist), 119:0, 119:26–27, 147:34

Norton, Louis Arthur

“Baffling Briny Babble,” 108:12–13

“A Captain from Cape Cod,” 75:8–11

“Coastal Defenses––Strategies and Innovation in Peace and War,” 158:34–37

“The Folk Art of Ships-in-Bottles,” 70:34–36

“Gloucester Fishermen Baited by Klondike Gold,” 131:8–11

“Joshua Barney’s Chesapeake Flotilla,” 147:18–22

“Learning the Ropes,” 161:24–29

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

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

“The Oaken Snuffbox,” 97:34–35

“Sagas from Smalls Lighthouse,” 165:34–37

“Sailor, Spy, Swashbuckler, Dentist! The Improbable Life of Henry Parr,” 152:22–25

“Second Captain, The: Silas Talbot of USS Constitution,” 81:37–39

“A Ship Fiddler’s Tale,” 145:34–37

“Superstitions of Fishermen,” 101:28–30

“Of Whales and Teeth,” 128:16–20

Norton, Thomas French, 41:38

Norton, William Edward (artist), 126:28

Norton Sound, USS, 20:37

Norumbega, 49:25

Norwalk (tugboat), 76:13, 76:14

Norwalk Maritime Center, 50:17

Norwalk Seaport, 23:22

Norway (ex-France) (Atlantic liner/cruise ship), 16:34, 19:38, 20:29, 52:3, 64:33, 104:38, 128:5

Norwegian Maritime Museum, 3:31

“Norwegian Renaissance: Two Ships, a Shipyard and a Pioneering Legacy,” 101:32–33

Norwegian Coastal Administration, 159:44

Norwich (steamer), 10:9, 80:25

Norwich & Lowestoft navigation project, 31:53

“Nothing is Too Good for Coronet: A Memoir of the Last of America’s Great Sailing Yachts of the Gilded Age,” 18:26–27

“Not-Quite Justice After Never-Was War: A French Spoilation Case from the Quasi-War, 113:16–19

Nourse, Joseph, 140:15

“Nova Albion, The 1579 Claim to New England—in California!” 119:12–15

NovaMuse, 159:39

Nowak, Joseph A. Jr.

“Christmas Tree Schooner Rouse Simmons,” 46:40–41

Noyes Museum of Art (Oceanville, NJ), 124:36

Nozima Maru (Japanese troop transport), 162:23–24, 163:6, 163:6

NSC L (19) (Naval Stores Craft [Lighter]; ex-LCT 7074), 150:34–35

Nubian (frigate), 30:9, 30:9

Nuenzer (destroyer escort), 37:4

Nuestra Señora de Atocha, 107:23

Nuestra Señora de Belén (merchant ship), 137:21

Nuestra Señora de la Concepcion (Spanish galleon), 143:18

Nuestra Señora del Rosario (Spanish ship), 81:14

Nuestra Señora de Regla (renamed Waccamaw), 67:8

Nuovo Mondo (felucca replica), 51:14, 102–35

NY 119 (convoy), 101:2–3

Nyati (tugboat), 141:26

Nye, Dick, 47:8, 131:29

Nye, Ezra, 157:6, 157:6, 165:13

Nye, Peleg, 165:13

Nye, Thomas W., 165:13

Nymph (brig), 81:39

NYYC 42 (racing yacht), 117:42, 117:42