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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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P. E. Havens (canal schooner), 111:22

P. F. Martin (seagoing tug), 161:41

P-38 Lightning fighters, 160:33–34, 160:34

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

Pacific (Collins Line paddle steamer), 64:17, 67:36, 89:10, 154:40–41, 157:6

Pacific, MS (aka Pacific Princess; aka The Love Boat) (cruise ship), 103:36, 144:51, 144:51

Pacific (US Mail steamship), 165:12, 165:12

Pacific, UST, 15:47, 15:47

Pacific Battleship Center (PBC), 139:42

Pacific Grace (sail training schooner), 91:37

Pacific Mail Steamship Company (PMSS), 88:14, 117:24, 124:19

Pacific Northwest Maritime Historical Society, 23:24

Pacific Petrel (sail training barque), 28:32, 28:34, 30:34

Pacific Princess (aka Pacific; aka The Love Boat) (cruise ship), 103:36, 144:51, 144:51

Pacific Queen. See Balclutha (ex-Pacific Queen; ex-Star of Alaska) (Cape Horn square rigger)

Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, 126:40–41

Pacific Steam Schooner Foundation, 83:42, 117:28

Pacific Swift (topsail schooner), 79:23

Pacific War (Chile-Bolivia-Peru), 94:16–17

Pacifica (ex-Louise), 22:12

“Pack Your Seabag and Come Along!” 59:37

Packard, Arthur, 10:26

Packer, Dorothy

“Report from the Falklands,” 78:16–17

Pactolus (Downeaster), 72:21, 72:22

Paddle Steamer Preservation Society, 3:30

Paddle to Seattle, 53:4

Padgett, John, 134:4

Padilla, Alberto

“How We Sail the Libertad,” 22:34–35

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

Pagamenos, Nikos, 15:15, 15:17–18, 15:17

Paige, David Abbey (artist), 125:31

Paine, Charles, 158:23

Paine, Lincoln P., 154:13–14, 154:13

“Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, Loyalist and Patriot,” 42:30–31

“Bring Home the Vicar!” 38:12–16

“The Discovery of the Columbia River Recorded,” 43:20–21

“Educational Uses of Sail Training Vessels Conference,” 42:32

“The Gosnold Voyage of 1602: An Introduction,” 42:8–10

“Operation Sail 1986/Salute to Liberty,” 40:10–11

“Schooner Struck: Sail Training on the Malcolm Miller,” 45:40–43

“Seaport Experience,” 45:45

paint

anti-fouling, 159:34

dazzle, 98:32

wartime, 98:32–33

Painter, Dennis, 108:6

“Painting History with Artist Patrick O’Brien,” 138:28–31

Pakenham, Edward, 141:10, 141:11, 141:12, 141:13

Palacios (ex-Diana) (destroyer), 31:2

Palinuro (ex-Commandant-Louis-Richard) (barquentine), 3:8, 16:17

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

Pallas (frigate), 115:8, 115:9

Palley, Reese

“Gloucester Ships and Fishermen, the Art of Thomas Hoyne,” 112:30–34

Palm Beach Maritime Academy, 143:8

Palm Beach Maritime Museum, 143:8

Palmer, Bernice, 138:12–13, 138:15–16

Palmer, Clive, 139:42, 139:42

Palmer, Frances F. (artist), 74:24–26

Palmer, Nathaniel, 24:5, 88:9

Palmer, Owen, 101:7, 101:9

Palmetto State (ironclad), 120:28–29

Palmore, Lexie Palmer (artist), 43:15, 54:27

Palou, Joana, 48:14

Pamir (four-masted barque), 5:5, 5:22, 8:26, 18:0, 18:60, 18:61, 18:63, 19:10, 20:44, 46:8–9, 46:8, 48:5, 64:39, 93:17, 93:18, 135:22, 135:22

Pampanito (submarine, SS 383), 5:28, 12:28, 38:11, 65:38, 73:17, 89:41, 99:36

Pamperin, David L.

The Wooden Ship Era Opens at Manitowoc,” 29:29

Pan Kraft (freighter/tanker), 62:15, 64:4

Panama (tugboat), 9:18, 36:15–16

Panama Canal, 12:6, 86:19, 111:39, 147:10, 147:12, 147:36, 147:45, 147:46, 148:5, 148:5, 148:12–16, 148:14–15, 149:5, 152:56

construction of, 148:18–19

Panama Canal locks, 156:50–51

Panamax ships, 114:11, 148:14–15

Pan-American Security Zone, 104:8

Pan-American Steamship Company, 114:9

Pandora, HMS (sloop), 21:29, 121:0, 121:20–21, 121:21, 121:22–25, 125:5

Panella, Giovanni

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

Pankakoski, SS (ex-W. W. Atterbury; ex-Conemaugh)), 81:3

Pansing, Fred (artist), 9:34, 37:25

Panther (sealing barque), 104:25

Panuco, SS (ex-Atlantic Sun) (tanker), 79:3

Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, 125:14–19

Paper Nautilus, 164:46–47, 164:46–47

Papp, Robert J. Jr., 80:39, 87:5, 103:5, 113:6, 132:8, 132:8, 135:8, 135:8, 136:31, 136:31, 137:8, 137:8, 139:8, 141:8, 141:9, 143:29, 153:8–9, 153:9, 155:14, 161:10, 161:10, 163:10, 163:10

“Awakening the Next Watch: Sail Training Aboartd USCG Bark Eagle,” 84:36–38

Pappas, Jonathan, 63:8, 66:6, 84:35

Paradise, MS (Carnival ship), 87:41

Paragon (Hudson River steamer), 10:6

Parchim (Finnish ship), 2:21–22, 3:14, 3:20, 3:21

Parent, Yves (artist), 38:29

Paris (liner), 20:29

Park, Steven, 136:7

Parker, Alexander, 154:33

“We Know Ocean! Improving Ocean Literacy at Cal Maritime,” 154:30–33

Parker, Christine L.

“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

“Wm. Gilkerson’s Ten-Year Quest for The Ships of John Paul Jones,” 45:26–28

Parker, David, 136:23, 136:23

Parker, Hyde Jr., 98:8–9

Parker, John, 1:8

Parker, Josiah, 153:30

Parker, Rafe, 78:4, 103:38

Parker, Timothy, 36:13

Parker (whaleship), 106:36, 125:14, 125:18, 127:25

Parker Evans (renamed Marlhill), 16:49

Parkhurst, Violet (artist), 38:29

Parkinson, Sydney, 83:11–12, 83:13, 83:14–15, 83:16, 83:17

Parks, Polly, 158:13

Parks Canada, 159:40

Parma (four-masted barque), 18:58, 32:17, 32:18, 32:19, 32:19, 32:26, 33:46, 70:13, 91:11

Parnes, Stuart, 122:19

Parr, Henry Albert, 152:22–25, 152:22

Parr, M. R. C., 34:36

Parracombe, SS (steamer), 92:29–32

Parrot (longboat), 19:39

parrots, 133:40–41

Parry, Oliver Hazard, 128:8

Parry, William Edward, 156:32

Parsons, Jeffrey, 122:49

Parsons, Mark C. (artist), 112:35

Parsons, Usher, 144:15, 144:16

Pass Christian Lighthouse Society, 96:37

Pass of Balmaha (renamed Seeadler) (full-rigged ship), 86:4

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

Passaic, USS (ironclad), 120:0

Passat (four-masted barque), 2:8, 5:15, 8:26, 10:31, 16:47, 18:57–59, 18:60–61, 18:58–60, 20:44, 25:33, 26:3, 44:20–21, 77:37, 93:15, 93:18, 150:6, 156:18, 159:29

Passat (replica), 103:37

Passenger Vessel Act, 78:6–7

Passmore, George, 121:24

PAST Foundation, 108:38–39

Past Perfect software, 159:39

Pastron, Allen G.

General Harrison: Portrait of a Gold Rush Storeship,” 102:29–31

Pathfinder, HMS (brig/brigantine, training ship), 3:8, 5:22, 29:30, 69:34, 74:9

Patience, MV (steam ferry), 159:38

Patria (ex-Hussar V; ex-Sea Cloud; ex-Angelita; renamed Antarna) (yacht), 2:11, 2:12, 4:18, 16:34, 19:39, 31:3, 38:36–37, 39:6, 89:36–37, 89:36–37, 90:3, 114:3, 131:16–20, 131:16–20, 133:6, 155:6

Patria (ex-Suzanne Vinnen; renamed Piombino) (motorship, former five–masted topsail schooner), 3:9

Patrice McAllister (tugboat), 21:0, 21:10

Patricia (1938 diesel buoy tender), 18:46

Patricia (log canoe), 132:31

Patricia Divine, 55:34, 57:36

Patrick Henry, SS (Liberty ship), 11:20–21, 12:10, 35:28, 60:36

Patrick Henry, USS (nuclear submarine), 35:26

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

“The Patrols of Germany’s Captain Hans Georg Hess,” 105:18–19

Patten, Joshua, 154:6

Patten, Mary, 40:33

Patten, Mary Ann, 153:6, 153:6, 154:6

Patterson, Ariel, 165:44

Patterson, Charles Robert (artist), 27:30, 29:39, 30:4, 30:12–17, 30:15, 114:12–16, 114:14, 116:5–6

Patterson, Donald W. (artist), 104:0

Patterson, Thomas J., 27:30, 29:39, 30:0, 30:4, 30:12–17, 30:15, 46:16–17, 69:20, 70:7, 73:6, 81:4, 81:4, 85:7, 88:0, 01:33, 114:0, 114:12–16, 114:14, 116:5–6, 117:28

“How the O’Brien Returned to the D-Day Beaches,” 104:12

Patterson, William A., 98:11, 152:5

Patterson (Coast Survey ship), 120:35

Patuxent Small Craft Guild, 22:38–39, 51:19

Paul and Linda Kahn Foundation, 111:38

Paul Jones (packet), 88:10

Paul Jones (tug), 16:25

Paul Jones (US privateer), 139:11

Paul McGehee Gallery, 31:23

Paul Palmer (five-masted schooner), 139:26–27

Pauline Carroll (steamboat), 92:34

Paulsen, Hap, 4:20

Pavy, Octave, 121:16

Pawlowski, Jan (artist), 149:28

Pawnee, USS (steam sloop of war), 156:20, 156:20, 162:18, 162:19

Payne, C. N., 21:19–20

Payne, John, 158:19

Paysour, Fleur, 156:26–29

PBY Catalina, 155:29

PC-1264 (patrol boat), 118:10

Peabody Essex Museum See also Peabody Museum, 75:22, 80:36, 86:28, 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 see also Peabody Essex Museum, 12:37, 16:34, 17:10, 17:35, 25:45, 29:30, 46:44, 62:37

Peace (barquentine), 69:5, 65:39

Peace Establishment Act, 103:16

Peacock, HMS (later USS Peacock) (sloop-of-war), 61:46, 114:27–28, 114:27, 129:19, 137:10, 137:10, 148:21, 164:18, 164:18, 164:20

Peake, William, 114:27

Pearce, Norman, 46:12

Pearl (frigate), 98:10

Pearl (whaleship), 125:15, 125:16, 127:23, 127:25

Pearl Harbor, 69:8, 69:9, 87:37, 91:12, 104:7, 104:8, 104:9

Pearl Harbor anniversary, 59:34

pearling dhows. See dhows

Pears, Charles (artist), 147:32

Pearson, Don (modelmaker), 54:35

Pearson, Fred S., 50:7

Pearson, Richard, 115:8, 115:9, 115:10–11

Peary, Josephine, 144:36

Peary, Robert E., 57:34, 117:30, 117:34–37, 117:37, 144:36, 151:10–11, 155:38, 156:33

Pease, Valentine, 99:16

Peasley, Ralph “Matt,” 22:9, 22:9, 22:18

Peckham, Mark

“Remnants of Working Sail on the Hudson,” 77:27–30

Pecquet, John Baptist, 153:24

“‘A Peculiar Note of Romance’: The Heritage of the Hudson River Steamer,” 10:6–8

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

Pedersen, Adolph Cornelius, 121:10, 121:13, 121:13

Pedersen, Adolph Eric, 121:10

Pegasus (steam tug/tow), 8:14, 80:3, 142:8, 150:39

Pegasus (wooden brigantine with schooner rig), 17:17

Peggy (merchant vessel), 116:11

Peggy Stewart (brigantine), 14:14–15, 14:14, 16:6

Peggy Stewart (replica tobacco brig), 30:22

Peirce, George L., 61:36

Pekarcik, Cara, 165:38–39, 165:38–39

Pekin, HMS. See Peking

Peking (ex-HMS Pekin, ex-Arethusa II, renamed Peking), (four-masted barque), 2:7, 3:13, 4:7, 4:11, 4:20, 4:30, 4:43, 5:4, 5:10, 5:15, 5:23, 5:29, 6:3, 7:14, 10:26, 11:29, 12:2, 13:12, 13:17, 13:19, 13:23, 14:33, 15:48, 15:51, 16:11, 16:47, 18:59, 18:61, 19:17, 30:8, 34:8, 46:42, 48:5, 49:7, 49:8, 50:6, 56:4, 58:5, 70:13, 70:14, 74:5, 74:6, 78:4, 117:44, 130:6, 135:22, 136:6, 142:8, 145:9, 148:29, 154:4, 155:13, 155:18, 164:11

(pictures), 3:13, 3:39, 4:19, 7:42–43, 13:12, 19:31, 46:42, 89:9, 136:8, 136:9, 150:6, 154:53, 156:16–18, 159:28–29

return to Germany, 154:53, 155:56, 156:16–18, 158:47, 159:28–29

rounding Cape Horn, 7:42–44

Peking Battles Cape Horn,” 7:42–44

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

Peking is Homeward Bound,” 156:16–18

Pelagic, 126:6

Pelican (renamed Golden Hind) (Drake’s ship), 3:13, 12:27, 15:25, 15:25, 15:26–27, 20:34, 38:3, 61:26, 70:12, 70:12, 80:8, 80:10–11, 80:11, 80:12, 81:12, 82:6, 97:16, 106:10–11, 106:10, 119:12, 119:14, 122:7, 143:14, 143:15, 143:16, 143:17–18, 143:17

Pellew, Edward, 145:35–36, 145:35

Pelly, Clem, 131:9

Peluso, A. J. Jr.

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

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

“Marine Artists of New York,” 9:32–35

Peluso, Tony, 78:25

Penang, 93:18

Pendelton, John, 95:21

Pendergrast, Mark

“Sail Training Aboard Spirit of Massachusetts,” 49:30–31

Pendleton, Elizabeth, 130:35

Pendleton (oil tanker), 23:21

Penegar, Scott, 162:38–39

Penelope (British cruiser), 30:8, 65:16

Penguin, USS, 162:18–19

Penmar, SS, 143:27

Penn, William, 84:22

Pennoyer, Paul, 63:8, 64:9, 70:6, 79:4

“Reviving a Tradition—in East Harlem!” 57:19

Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia, 84:25, 85:22

Pennsylvania (packet ship), 7:35–36

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), 135:28–30, 135:30

Penobscot Marine Museum (PMM) (Searsport, ME), 21:30, 25:45, 77:41, 83:43, 85:51, 101:36, 132:46, 134:31, 135:47, 146:48, 149:42–43, 163:39

Pensacola, USS, 156:21, 156:21

Pensacola Maritime Preservation Society, 75:33

Pentangelo, John

“Sailors and Slaves: USS Constellation and the TransAtlantic Slave Trade,” 132:10–14

Pentland Firth, HMS (trawler), 68:12

Pepe, Peter, 142:54

Pepys, Samuel, 115:26–27, 135:24–27

perahu (prahu) jaring (Madura island fishing boat), 43:29

Percey, Rebecca

General Harrison: Portrait of a Gold Rush Storeship,” 102:29–31

Perch, USS (submarine), 158:48

Percy & Small Shipyard, 1:32–33, 103:37, 155:40

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

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

Perepelitza, Dan (artist), 16:49

Perez, Juan, 61:32

Perham, Mike, 128:38, 129:5

periaugers, 109:15, 111:3

“Perilous Waters for Historic Ships,” 133:20–24

Perit, Pelatiah, 144:28

Perkins, David E., 118:42

Perkins, James, 146:48

Perla Del Caribe (container ship), 161:8

Permenter, George, 63:23

Perreira, Maria, 8:21

Perry (ex-Clingerman; renamed W. P. Snyder) (tugboat), 5:29, 8, 14, 21:35, 25:18, 25:18, 43:41, 148:30

Perry, Marion, 82:23

Perry, Matthew C., 140:28

Perry, Oliver Hazard, 45:4, 48:37, 79:13, 136:11, 138:2425, 138:31, 145:55, 164:18, 164:18

(pictures), 136:11, 138:24, 144:13, 145:55

at the Battle of Lake Erie, 144:14–15, 144:17–19

Perseus (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:8–9

Perseus, SS, 129:34, 130:6

Perseverance (Great Lakes wooden schooner replica), 17:28, 61:38, 70:40

Perseverance (pinky schooner), 33:34, 51:39

Pershing, John J. “Black Jack,” 105:2, 158:29, 165:43

Persia (Cunard Line iron steamer), 89:10, 89:11

Persian (schooner), 61:39

Persian ships, 73:10

Person, Naomi (author), 18:21

personal flotation devices (PFDs), 164:45, 165:6

“Perspective on the Battle of the Atlantic,” 69:9

Perth Amboy (tugboat), 29:31

Peru (German ship), 10:23

Peru, 164:6, 164:21

Pet (punt), 53:6

Peter I “the Great” (tsar of Russia), 82:9, 84:44

Peter Crary (steamboat), 80:26

Peter G. Washington (Coast Survey brig), 120:32

Peter Rickmers (steel sailing ship), 6:38

“Peter Rindlisbacher, Sailor and Master of Marine Art, Takes on the Battle of Lake Erie,” 144:20–22

Peter Stuyvesant (Hudson River steam ferry), 5:29, 10:10, 10:13, 11:34, 11:34, 13:47

Peter von Danzig, 75:17, 95:34

Peters, Christian Gottlieb, 134:7

Peters, Scott, 135:44

Petersen, Ludolf, 35:22

Peterson, Charles (artist), 101:0, 101:24–26

Peterson, John E. C. (artist), 89:0

Peterson (destroyer), 85:22

Pétion, Alexandre Sabès, 164:19

petite goelette, 21:30

Petofi (sidewheeler), 26:29

Petrel (Coast Survey schooner), 120:32

Petrel (cutter), 157:16

Petrel (ocean-racing yawl), 7:13, 7:14

Petrel, RV 163:54

Petrie, Donald A.

“The Prize Game,” 90:14, 90:16

“Petrol for the Navy PTs,” 59:44–47

Pew Oceans Commission, 154:30

Peyron, Bruno, 116:41

Pfeiffer, John, 56:34

Pfister, Arthur, 126:16, 126:18

Pharos of Alexandria, 77:40

Phelan, Claire, 120:8

Phemius, SS, 51:5

Philadelphia

as OpSail 2000 port city, 84:22–25

shipbuilding in, 84:23–24, 89:12

Philadelphia, USS (frigate), 5:4, 5:28, 12:27, 35:41, 44:14, 53:30, 53:31, 53:33, 59:32, 67:32, 85:3–4, 103:16, 105:0, 105:11, 105:11, 105:12, 114:26, 116:10, 116:10, 116:11, 116:12, 117:15, 117:17, 117:18, 129:17, 129:17, 135:13, 140:27, 148:21, 148:30

model, 83:55

Philadelphia II (1776 gunboat replica), 53:33, 53:33, 59:32, 59:32, 116:37, 116:37, 117:15, 150:54

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

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, 76:37

Philadelphia project, 53:33

Philadelphia Ship Model Society, 25:43

Philadelphia Ship Preservation Guild, 32:43

Philadelphia Story (film), 163:6, 163:6

Philbrick, Nathaniel, 108:4, 108:4, 112:7, 112:7, 113:6, 113:6, 160:8, 160:8, 161:14, 161:14

Philip (HRH the Duke of Edinburgh), 19:17, 19:17, 19:18, 20:32, 21:10, 28:29, 34:8, 34:9, 34:10, 34:36, 36:33, 38:16, 41:6, 54:12, 80:4, 100:35, 136:8, 145:9

Philip II (king of Spain), 48:22, 48:22

Philip VI (king of France), 101:20, 101:22

Philip E. Lake (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

“Philip Haemo de Thorneycroft Teuscher and His Hopes for the National Maritime Historical Society,” 130:12–13

Philippine Insurrection, 125:43–44

Philips, Rex (artist), 35:0, 35:39

Philipse, Frederick, 37:18–19, 58:21

Phillip, Arthur, 67:31

Phillips, George F., 155:35

Phillips, Isaac, 113:17–18

Phillips, John, 165:34

Phillips, Stephen B., 153:50, 153:50, 154:10, 154:10, 155:8, 155:8

Philly Shipyard, Inc., 164:55

Phoebe (steam launch), 103:36

Phoebe, HMS (British cruiser), 65:16, 129:19, 136:13, 137:10–11

Phoenician (sailing barge), 34:21

Phoenician seafaring, 73:10, 75:12

Phoenix (steamship), 70:5, 97:7

Phoenix, HMS (frigate), 5:15, 6:22, 11:8, 17:34, 21:2, 98:8, 98:9, 98:11

photoblogs, 113:33

photogrammetry, 15:46

Photography Club of Long Island, 147:45

Phyllis, 1:13, 1:16, 1:17

Piailug, Mau, 29:14–15, 84:12

Piazza, Danny, 136:23, 136:23

Piccolo, Anthony

“Women of the Deep: A Light History of the Mermaid,” 68:44–46

Pickering, Timothy, 113:16, 113:17, 113:17, 122:24, 128:12, 153:28–29

Pickering (US revenue cutter), 122:4, 122:24–27, 153:34, 153:35, 153:52

Pickle, HMS (topsail schooner), 120:45, 132:38–39, 133:5–6, 140:22, 144:56, 144:56, 156:55, 163:34–35, 163:34

Pickle Night Dinner, 120:45, 132:39, 135:47, 136:48, 138:44, 139:47, 163:35

Pico, Anthony, 135:44

Picton Castle (ex-Dolmar) (sail-training barque), 68:34, 73:40–41, 84:53, 89:2, 90:37–38, 92:3, 93:31–32, 96:37, 103:37, 109:24–28, 111:14–17, 115:36, 118:4, 120:43–44, 122:10–11, 123:8–10, 127:43, 137:46, 138:44, 144:54, 144:56, 152:19, 154:46, 157:28–29, 161:46–49, 162:8, 163:21, 163:21, 163:28, 164:11

(pictures), 68:34, 85:53, 90:37–38, 92:3, 108:18, 108:19, 109:0, 109:24–28, 120:43, 122:10–11, 138:44, 157:29, 157:31

as UNESCO “Year of the Ocean” flagship, 90:37–38

Picton Castle’s Bosun School, 157:28–31

pieces of eight, 149:36

Piedade, Alfredo, 39:25–26

Piedaniel, A. M., 31:43

Piedras Balcas Light Station, 62:36

Pieh, Singbe (Cinque; African from La Amistad), 71:20–21, 71:22, 97:16, 97:16

Piening, Herman, 58:47, 58:47

Pier 46 (San Francisco), 10:23

Pier A clock tower, 89:6

Pierce, Thomas, 88:18

Pierhead art, 75:21

Pierre Radisson (CCG polar icebreaker), 139:31

Pierson, Helene, 144:36

Pieter A. Koertz (ex-Bandi; ex-Elizabeth Bandi; renamed Seute Deern) (barque), 2:14, 2:31, 4:7, 4:34, 4:34, 58:5, 77:37

pigs, 120:24

Pil (patrol boat), 30:10

Pilgrim (brig) (Dana’s ship), 71:11, 87:18, 121:10, 155:20

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

Pilgrim (Gloucester schooner), 6:4, 6:6

Pilgrim (privateer), 59:26

Pilgrim (1883 sidewheel steamer), 10:9, 20:9

Pilgrim John Howland Society, 99:36

Pilgrim of Newport (replica brig), 25:46

Pilling, Ronald

“David Stodder—Shipbuilder and Patriot in Post-Revolutionary Baltimore,” 128:12–15

Pillsbury, John Elliott, 120:33, 120:34

Pillsbury, USS (destroyer escort), 35:41, 37:4, 68:5

Pilot (pilot boat), 40:11, 60:16, 94:37, 102:38, 102:38, 120:16, 120:19

Pilot (ex-Star Pilot; renamed Highlander Sea) (Gloucester schooner), 79:24, 79:25, 79:26, 93:13, 103:36, 103:36, 163:22–23

pilot fish, 163:44–45

Pinckney, Thomas, 153:29

Pine Bluff Victory, SS, 162:22

Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Park, 74:10

pinisi, 36:24–25, 36:24, 43:29–30

Pinkney, William, 99:5

Pinta (caravel; Columbus’s ship), 20:31, 54:20, 54:22, 55:14, 55:18, 55:20, 56:21, 59:14, 62:10–11, 78:11

repairing the rudder, 56:16–17

Pinta (caravel; Columbus’s ship replica), 8:17, 17:26, 53:11, 56:20, 55:17, 63:38, 70:39, 84:54

readying for voyage, 56:20

Pinzón, Martin Alonso, 55:17, 56:16, 56:18, 56:21, 59:13, 59:14, 62:11

Pinzón, Vicente Yañez, 55:17, 59:13

Pinzon (ex-Clydebank) (lightship; now river barge), 20:19

Piombino (ex-Patria, ex-Suzanne Vinnen) (motorship, former five-masted topsail schooner), 3:9

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

Pioneer (now Elissa; ex-Fjeld; ex-Gustav; ex-Christophoros; ex-Achaios). See Elissa

Pioneer (privateer), 75:33

Pioneer (schooner), 4:18, 4:20, 4:21, 5:5, 5:29, 7:0, 7:12, 7:14, 9:17, 13:12, 14:5, 14:44, 26:10, 40:11, 57:16, 57:17, 57:18, 81:11, 84:24, 89:35, 145:9, 154:53, 155:13, 156:46

restoration of, 15:18

Pioneer (tugboat), 21:32

Pioneer, CSS (submarine), 12:28, 158:16

Pioneer Contender, SS, 140:13

Pioneer Line, 154:39

Pioneer Marine School, 7:32, 23:23, 136:9

Pique, 16:45

piracy and pirates, 120:44, 127:4, 127:18–21, 127:36, 128:6–7, 135:42

corsairs, 127:36

pieces of eight, 149:36

pirate training, 144:53–54

Pirata (schooner), 39:33

Pirate (renamed Saint Nicholas the Wonder Worker) (Volga steam tug), 72:4

Pirate Queen (ex-Governor Stone) (two-masted Gulf cargo schooner), 165:32

Piri Reis map, 110:3, 111:4

Pisagua (four-masted barque), 89:30

Piscataqua Gundalow Project, 12:37, 14:43–44, 18:42, 20:37–38

Piscataque (renamed Delaware), 124:19

Pisces II (submarine), 100:46

Pitot, F. M., 113:17

Pittston (towboat), 37:14

Pizarro, José Alfonso, 137:19

Pizarro, Oscar, 156:53

Plaater (armed schooner), 128:13

Placillia (four-masted barque), 89:30

PlanetSolar (solar powered catamaran), 145:38

“Planning the Restoration of the Battleship Texas,” 31:16

Plantagenet, HBMS, 141:19

Planter (cotton steamer), 91:28–29, 91:30

Platina (Cape Verde schooner), 9:29

Plattsburgh Bay, Battle of, 137:13, 138:5, 138:26, 145:16, 145:16, 148:20–24

Platzer, Michael

“The Black Heritage in Seafaring: Where It’s To Be Found Today,” 10:26–27

“The Cape Verde Packet Trade, Part I,” 8:19–21

“The Cape Verde Packet Trade, Part II,” 9:27–30

“The Voyages of the Ernestina, ex-Effie M. Morrissey,” 7:20–21

Playfair (brigantine), 3:9, 29:30, 69:34, 164:30

Pleione (schooner yacht), 5:6

“The Plight of the Chesapeake Mill,” 107:14

Plimouth Plantation, 56:35, 99:36, 157:42

Plimsoll, Samuel, 128:35

Plimsoll Marks, 128:35, 129:6

“Plotting the Fix—A Call for a National Consensus to Save Historic Ships and the Battle to Save Olympia,” 135:38–40

Plover (renamed Golden Plover; brigantine), 20:42

Plummer, Norman, 165:22

Plumper, HMS (brig), 139:11

Plunger (submarine), 95:19

Plus (barque), 32:17

Pluton, 156:5

Plym (tug), 78:16

Plymouth (steamer), 20:10, 20:10, 20:11, 20:11, 20:14, 21:2

Plymouth (war sloop), 33:35

Poboronchook, Michael, 61:38

Pocahontas, 118:32

Pocahontas, USS (ex-SS Prinzess Irene; renamed SS Bremen) (ocean liner), 65:21, 65:25, 161:20, 161:22

Pocono (flagship), 17:33

podcasts, 113:33

poetry of the water’s edge, 138:40–41, 139:6

“A Poet’s Daughter at Sea: the ‘Wander Bird,’” 129:10–15

Pogoria (Polish three-masted barquentine), 20:30, 27:37, 43:36–37, 43:36–37, 48:16, 62:21, 69:34, 69:34, 75:17, 77:36, 108:18

Point Judith lighthouse, 143:48

Point Reyes Lifeboat Station, 60:17

Point Sur Lighthouse, 145:48

Polar (sail training schooner), 45:19, 45:20

Polar 901 (oceangoing tug), 15:21

Polarbjor (trawler), 101:11

POLARCH (organization for polar archaeology), 8:24

Polaris (schooner), 15:22–23

Polaris (trawler), 101:12

Poling, Clark V., 65:18

Polk, James, 163:17

Polk, Sarah, 163:17

Pollack, USS (atomic submarine), 144:35

Polland, Leon D., 3:23–28

Pollux (square-rigged schoolship), 3:13

Polly (brig), 153:34

Polly (now Machias Liberty) (sloop), 123:24, 123:26–27

Polly (schooner), 56:34

Polly (smack), 29:47

Polly Woodside (ex-Rona) (coal barge/barque), 2:10, 11:31, 17:34, 20:42, 23:27, 38:11, 39:6, 76:7

Polo, Marco, 84:14

Poltallach, 9:1

Polynesian rat, see kiore

Polynesian seafaring, 29:14–15, 84:11–15

proas, 33:13, 100:37

voyaging canoes, 17:25, 70:30–31, 74:35, 81:32, 81:32, 84:12, 84:40–42, 157:40, 157:40, 157:40, 157:42, 158:4, 158:4

Polynesian Voyaging Society (PVS), 70:30–31, 157:40

Polyphemus, HMS (ship-of-the-line), 139:11

Pommern (ex-Mneme) (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

Pomone, HMS, 150:21

Pompée (ship-of-the-line), 56:27

Ponape, 93:17

Ponce, SS (passenger ship), 122:20–23, 122:20

Ponce de León, Juan, 107:22

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse, 83:48

Ponce de Leon Light, 88:39

Pontchartrain (cutter), 139:28, 139:28

Pontes, John, 9:28

Poole harbor (England), 104:41

Poorman, Samuel, 33:35

Pope (destroyer escort), 37:4

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

Porcellis, Jan (artist), 56:23

Porcupine (gunboat schooner), 144:16, 153:48–49, 153:48, 164:30

Porpoise, 19:30

Porritizi, Margaret, 155:13

Port Adelaide (Australia), 111:34

Port au Prince (British privateer), 64:6

Port Byron, 72:16–18

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

Port Director, New York (PDNY), 65:14

Port Gallery Inn, 39:30

Port Johnson Historic Sailing Vessels, 46:38

Port Johnston Terminal, 65:14

Port Mobil, 42:4

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

Port of New York, 17:43–45, 65:12–17. See also New York Harbor

Port of New York Historical Society, 84:57

Port of Oakland, 24:32

Port of Thessalonica, 146:14

Port Stanley (four-masted bark), 8:6

Porter, David Dixon, 107:23, 120:33, 129:16–20, 129:16, 134:14, 136:12, 137:10–11, 137:10, 140:17, 146:20, 146:20, 156:30, 162:17

Porter, Peter, 137:11

Porter, USS (destroyer), 161:20

Portland (Maine), as port for OpSail 2000, 92:25–27

Portland (steam sternwheel tug/tow boat), 8:14, 25:18, 59:35, 75:34, 76:36

Portland, SS (steamship), 81:44, 100:42, 100:42, 104:40, 107:0, 107:2, 107:16–18, 107:16–17, 107:18, 107:27, 108:2–3, 111:6–9, 111:6–9, 111:34, 139:26, 139:27

search for, 107:19–21

sonar images, 107:20–21

Portland Harbor Museum, 132:45

Portland Head lighthouse, 143:48

Portland lightship, 54:32

Portland Observatory, 145:48

Portmar, S. S., 4:20

Porto Rico Line, 130:26

Porto Rico, SS, 130:28

Portsmouth (lightship), 1:33

Portsmouth (NH) Ship Trust, 42:35

Portsmouth Harbor lighthouse, 143:48

Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust, 56:34

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, 112:39

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum, 1:33

Portuguese Initiative, 45:4, 45:12–13

“The Portuguese Initiative: Breakout into the Ocean World,” 45:12–13

Portuguese Man-of-War, 122:40

Portuguese seafaring, 45:0, 77:15–17, 78:3, 81:13

Portwey (tugboat), 25:18

Post, Francis, letters to his family, 109:8–11

Post, Marjorie Merriweather (Hutton), 73:18, 131:16–17, 131:19

Post, Ruth Barker, letters to her husband, 109:8–11

postage stamps

depicting lighthouses, 59:30–31, 143:48

depicting ships, 59:30–31, 121:4, 128:48

commemorating US Submarine Force, 92:37

Potomac (ex-Albany; renamed Ware River) (Day Line steamer), 10:7, 11:8, 16:6, 58:24

Potomac (frigate), 103:16

Potomac (presidential yacht), 24:32, 33:35, 60:17

Potomac, USS, 83:49, 156:30

Potomac Flotilla, 162:16–20, 162:18–19, 163:19

Potomac River, 149:42, 158:32

mines in, 156:22

Potosi (five-masted barque), 52:3, 91:12, 122:7

Potts, Rives, 108:6

Pouch, A. Timothy, 39:5, 39:5, 42:34, 155:13

endowment fund, 45:51

Pourquoi Pas? (arctic exploration ship), 52:28, 52:29

powder monkeys, 153:44

Powhatan, USS (CTF ship), 161:22

Powhattan, 165:16

Powlesland, Greg

“Art of the Figurehead,” 50:29

PQ-17 (Allied Convoy), 62:14–16, 64:4, 66:11, 92:2–3

PQ-18 (Allied convoy), 62:16

Pradith, Vitad, 148:47

Prados, Edward

“Al-Hami: A Desert Village Preserves Its Seafaring Past,” 89:14–17

Praeger Explorations in World Maritime History, 112:36

Praemer, Joe, 36:8, 36:9

Prairie (destroyer tender), model, 44:40

Prat, Arturo, 94:16–17

Preble, Edward, 44:14–15, 44:14, 59:26, 105:13, 122:24–25, 122:26, 122:27, 129:18, 142:37

Preble (sloop), 148:22

Preble, USS, 137:12

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

“Preserved in Amber: The 18th-Century Dockyard at Karlskrona, Sweden, 97:20–23

“Preserving Our Fleet of Historic Naval Ships: The Continuing Challenge,” 94:20–21

“Preserving the Essence of Boats,” 51:18

President (frigate), 84:22, 116:12, 139:24

President (sidewheel riverboat), 38:33–34, 38:34, 133:21

President, HMS (ex-Saxifrage; sloop), 12:28

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

President, SS (paddle-wheel steamer), 136:40, 165:16

President, USS (frigate; sister ship to USS Constitution), 14:52, 30:8, 44:12, 69:24, 103:9, 103:16, 134:13, 135:11, 150:20–21, 150:20, 151:5

President Grant, USS (renamed USAT Republic) (CTF ship), 161:21, 161:22

President Harding, SS, 164:34, 164:34

President Jackson, SS (American President Line), 105:6, 105:6

President Lincoln, USS (CTF ship), 161:21

President Roosevelt, SS, 17:9, 19:4, 19:4

President Warfield (renamed Exodus), 2:35, 44:36

Presidente Sarmiento (full-rigged ship), 2:12, 13:39

Prestige (oil tanker), 133:28–29

Preston, Kari, 43:14

Preston (flagship), 123:24

Preussen (five-masted ship), 5:5, 8:26, 48:16, 49:8, 50:6, 52:3, 89:38, 122:7

Preussen II, 20:36

Prévost, George, 137:11, 137:11, 137:12–13, 145:16, 145:16, 148:20, 148:24

Price, Franklin H.

“Florida’s Underwater Archaeological Preserves: History Beneath the Waves,” 138:36–38

Price, Jeanne

“The Restoration of the China Cabin,” 38:6

Price, Jonathan, 151:22–26

Price, Richard, 126:43

“The Price of Liberty” 41:12

Pricilla L. Ray (ex-Henry L. Peckham) (four-masted schooner), 42:5

“Pride of Baltimore” (nickname for Baltimore clipper Chasseur), 15:36, 15:36–38, 16:6, 59:26, 59:26, 59:27

Pride of Baltimore (1977 Baltimore clipper topsail schooner reproduction), 5:32, 7:31, 7:33, 8:17, 8:17, 8:18, 8:22, 8:22, 8:23, 8:26, 8:28, 10:26, 11:33, 13:20, 13:28, 14:0, 14:7, 14:9, 14:18, 14:18, 14:20, 14:24, 14:33, 14:33, 15:4, 15:36–38, 15:36, 16:6, 16:11, 17:26, 17:28, 23:28, 24:27–28, 27:37, 30:22–23, 33:33, 36:36, 41:2, 41:36–37, 41:37, 143:7, 163:52

Pride of Baltimore II (Baltimore clipper topsail schooner reproduction,1988), 46:36, 47:11, 60:38, 63:35, 65:37, 73:33, 77:36, 88:31, 90:12, 90:13, 90:14, 94:29, 94:30, 94:30, 121:44, 128:15, 132:40, 137:5, 140:40, 140:40, 147:28, 161:43, 162:45, 162:45, 163:51–52, 163:51, 164:30

Pride of Baltimore: To Teach as well as to Inspire,” 41:36–37

Pride of MANY (brig), 89:6

“Primary Research at Its Height: The Monumental Work of Ed Bosley on Gloucester Fishing Schooners,” 78:14–15

prime meridian, 66:18–21

Prince, Christopher, 98:9

Prince, HMS (ship-of-the-line miniature model), 56:23, 68:29

Prince de Neufchatel (American privateer), 16:49

Prince George (coastal steamer), 20:47

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

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

Prince of Wales (renamed Sligo) (barquentine re-rigged as three-masted schooner), 92:11, 101:36

Prince with the Shallops (London ship), 103:26

Princess (steamboat), 74:24

Princess (venue yacht), 121:4, 122:12

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

Princess Charlotte, HMS (frigate), 13:44

Princess Elizabeth (barque), 59:37

Princess Elizabeth (paddle steamer), 3:30

“Princess Kaiulani” (R. L. Stevenson), 9:21

Princess Marguerite (steam turbine coastal liner), 58:38, 62:34

Princess Mataoika, USS (renamed City of Honolulu II) (CTF ship), 161:21, 161:22

Princess Royal (miodel), 77:19

Princess Taiping (Chinese junk), 126:44, 126:44

Princeton (aircraft carrier), 72:5

Princeton (light cruiser), 73:5

Princeton, USS (screw frigate), 64:16, 103:10

Princeton Victory, 88:34

Principia (motor launch), 85:21

Principia (passenger vessel), 71:36

Principia (yacht), 69:38

Prindle, Tom

“Re-opening the Doors of History at Erie House,” 72:16–18

“Tugboat Urger: Ancient Mariner of the Barge Canal,” 58:7–8

Pringle, J. R. P., 99:8, 99:10

Pringle, Thomas, 53:30, 117:16, 117:19

Prins Hendrick Maritime Museum (Rotterdam), 63:30

Prinz Eitel Friedrich (renamed USS DeKalb), 161:18, 161:21, 161:22

Prinz Waldemar (German steamer), 52:16

Prinzess Eitel Friedrich. See Dar Pomorza (ex-Prinzess Eitel Friedrich) (Polish full-rigged sail training ship)

Prinzess Irene, SS (renamed USS Pocohontas) (ocean liner), 65:21, 65:25, 161:20, 161:22

Priscilla (oyster schooner/sloop), 5:29, 5:32, 7:32, 18:42, 24:29, 50:17, 89:27, 93:9–10

Priscilla (sidewheeler), 10:10, 20:10, 20:10, 20:11–12, 20:12, 20:14, 20:14, 21:2, 21:31

Priscilla Dailey (canal boat), 8:26

prison ships, 116:16, 116:16, 165:18–20, 165:18

Pritchard, Dave, 154:24

Pritzker Military Library Oral History Project, 141:44, 141:46

privateering, 59:26, 59:26–27, 90:14, 90:16

Priwall (barque), 8:26, 18:59, 52:3, 89:30, 89:31

“The Prize Game,” 90:14, 90:16

Prize Papers database, 165:42

proas, 33:13, 100:37, 100:37

“Probing the Mysteries of the Jones Act”

Part 1, 159:24–27

Part 2, 160:28–31

Proceedings (Naval Institute magazine), 9:13

Proctor, Henry, 136:11–12

Proctor, Thorndike, 149:20–22

Proctor Academy Ocean Classroom, 163:26

professional ocean racer, 152:44–45

Professor Koch (renamed Don Juan V) (river barge), 20:19

Progress (whaling barque), 74:4

“Progress in the Defence Dig,” 12:35

Progress No. 9 (ex-Cheektowaga) (steam tug/tow converted to diesel), 8:14

Project City Kids, 64:9

Project Experiment, 87:28, 87:30

Project Gutenberg, 158:50

Project Lakewell, 28:34

Project Liberty Committee, 11:33

Project Liberty Ship, 38:32, 41:12–14, 95:28

Project Sail, 57:19

Project Sea Witch, 13:19–21, 14:8, 15:4

“Project Sea Witch,” 13:19–21

Project Shiphunt, 136:45–46

Promenade Gallery, 73:28

“A Proper Yarn: a Letter from Lincoln Colcord, 1921,” 108:14–16

Prospector (Concordia circumnavigator), 73:36

Prosper (schooner), 39:44

Prosperity (three-masted schooner), 128:15

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

Protector, USS (ex-Warren P. Marks) (Liberty ship), 34:37

Proteus (arctic steam-wheeler), 121:14, 121:15–16, 121:16

Protex (harbor ferry), 67:32

Prothero, Stewart, 95:21

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

Providence (gundelo), 53:30

Providence (steamboat), 20:13, 20:13

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

Providence II (sloop-of-war replica), 4:35, 5:32, 8:17, 8:18, 8:26, 10:26, 12:22–24, 13:34, 17:26, 17:26, 17:28, 23:28, 50:17, 73:32, 103:5, 150:50, 150:50, 165:5, 165:5

plans, 12:23

“The Providence Sails Again,” 12:22–24

Provident (trawler), 3:30

Provincetown (Cape Cod), 46:32–33

Provincetown (ex-District of Columbia) (steamer), 10:13, 11:8

Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies (PCCS), 116:38

Prudence (gaff-rigged schooner), 20:39

Prudence, M/V (coastal steam ferry), 135:46–47, 135:47, 159:39, 159:38

Prudent (British warship), 132:25, 132:26

Pruesse, Ulrich Hans Wolfgang “Uli,” 110:7, 116:42

PT boats, Inc., 108:38

PT-109 (PT boat), 104:38–39

PT-796 (PT boat), 5:29, 12:28

Ptolemy, 66:18–19

Puako, 121:10, 121:10, 121:13

Publc Works of Art Project (PWAP), 128:22–25

Puckett, Randy (sculptor), 46:28

Pudge (barge), 55:11, 55:11

Puerto Rico Educational and Scientific Founcation, 59:33

Puffin, USS (fishing boat/minesweeper), 142:16

Puget, Peter, 61:32–33

Pulak, Cemal, 68:21

“‘Pull-Together’: The Queenstown Naval Command of World War I,” 99:7–10

Pulver, Raymond “Wes,” 140:40, 140:40

Puncher, HMS, 54:38

Purdy, David, “Moscoco’s Ships,” 134:32–35

Puritan (Gloucester schooner), 6:4, 6:6, 121:31, 158:0, 158:23

Puritan (steamer), 10:10, 20:0, 21:2

Puritan (yacht), 74:28, 76:26, 89:27, 116:21

Purrington, Caleb, 164:52

Pursuit, ESS (commercial fishing vessel), 133:18, 133:18

Pushbach, Hans, 159:11, 159:13, 159:13

Putnam, David, 105:27

Putnam, George R., 63:22

Putnam, Israel, 98:11

Putnam, Jack

“Melville’s Seafaring Days,” 99:15–17

Pyrenees (renamed Manga Reva) (four-masted barque), 21:13, 21:15

Pyron, Tim, 113:38

Pythagoras, 66:18

Pythian (schooner), 8:19, 82:27