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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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T. S. Royalist (British Sea Cadet brig), 75:17

T. V. C. Hawes (schooner), 114:34

Taber, Jeffrey (artist), 38:29

Tabor Boy (ex-Bestevaer, ex-Lotsenschoner II) (topsail schooner), 3:10, 4:17

tacking ship, 52:30–31

Tacora (schooner), 1:9

Taddei, Arthur, 160:37

Taino Indians, 58:12–14, 59:12

Taiyo (steel brigantine), 3:10

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

“Taking the Initiative: Six Years of Gains in the Cause of Maritime Preservation,” 60:16–18

“Taking the Measure of Coronet,” 97:33

Talata (ex-Mercantic II), 21:29

Talbot, John, 112:10, 112:10

Talbot, Silas, 81:37–39, 81:37

Talbot-Booth, E. C., 54:36

“A Tale of Three Skippers,” 82:23–25

“A Tale of Two Shipwrecks”

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

“Oregon’s Mystery Shipwreck—Uncovering Coos Bay’s Historic Past,” 124:11–13

“Tall Ships —1980,” 17:14–16

Tall Ships America, 158:8, 158:8–9, 159:18–19, 159:34, 165:24

44th annual conference (2017), 156:49, 157:41

Atlantic Coast 2017, 159:18

OpSail 2012, 138:32

Tall Ships Australia 1988, 45:34

Tall Ships Challenge, 108:18–19, 158:12, 159:18–19

1980, 17:14–16

1991, 57:36

1994, 71:40

2000, 70:23, 95:34

2002, 98:38, 101:34

2012, 140:40

2018, 162:14

2019 (Great Lakes), 164:30

Atlantic Coast 2017, 158:12

Great Lakes 2016, 154:56

Gulf Coast Series 2018, 163:28–29

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

Tall Ships Foundation, 72:38, 81:45

“Tall Ships in American Waters,” 62:24–28

Tall Ships Rhode Island, Inc. (TSRI), 120:42, 125:49

Tall Ships World Peace Cup, 105:34

“Tall Shop Chronicles,” 96:37

Tall Stacks ’92, 64:34

Tall Stacks ’95, 74:0, 4:18

Tallahassee, CSS (ex-Atlanta; ex-CSS Olustee; now CSS Chameleon) (Confederate steamer), 151:34–37, 151:34, 151:36

Tallichet, David, 61:11

Tallmadge, Benjamin, 50:16

Tallman, Eleazer, 36:15

Talma, 101:17

Taluga (oiler), 140:13

Talugam USNS, 140:13

Tam O’Shanter, 121:12

Tamandare (ex-St. Louis; light cruiser), 12:29

Tamaqua (renamed Brooklyn) (steam tug), 77:32, 77:33

Tamaroa, USCGC (ex-USS Zuni) (Coast Guard tug), 72:8, 73:17, 85:52, 85:52, 98:38, 122:0, 122:4, 122:34–37, 122:34–36, 123:5

Tamaroa Maritime Foundation, 122:36

Tamaroa Slugs Her Way Through History,” 122:34–37

Tamerlane (yawl), 95:31

Tami Canoe Voyage, 25:11

Tami Canoe Voyage Association, 21:29

“The Tami Canoe Voyage,” 25:11

Tami canoes, 25:11, 30:38–39

Tami Island (Tami canoe), 30:39

Tamm, Peter, 125:26–27

Tampa (Coast Guard cutter), 65:18

Tampa Bay Maritime Society, 24:31

Tanaka, Makiko, 164:8

Tanaquill (ketch), 130:12, 130:13

Taney (Coast Guard cutter), 73:36, 75:3, 85:21, 88:31

Tanga, 55:11

Tango (ex-Hans) (gambling barge), 15:52, 60:13, 60:14

Tanker 2 (Decker’s Tug), 133:0

Tankmaster No. 1 (ex-Beth Tank Ship No. 2; ex-New York; ex-Catawissa) (steam tug/tow converted to diesel), 8:14, 25:18, 25:25, 61:39, 71:7, 72:32–33

Tannenfels (German supply ship), 35:22, 91:33

Tanquary, Maurice Cole, 155:39

Tantillo, Len (artist and author), 91:20, 155:46, 155:46, 163:0, 163:30–32

“Fulton’s Steamboat at Clremont, 1807: A Glimpse into the Artist’s Process,” 163:30–32

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

Tapline (ex-Rockwing; ex-Abqaiq; now Fearless) (tugboat), 25:19

Tappan, Lewis, 97:16

Tarangini (Indian sail training ship), 77:34–35, 83:48

“Taranto: Britain’s Royal Navy Sinks Half the Italian Battlefleet in One Blow, November 1940,” 56:13–14

Tarapaca (four-masted ship), 6:35

Tarawa (Kiribati) atoll, 158:37

T’arawa, USS (aircraft carrier), 118:38

“A Tarheel in King Neptune’s Court,” 72:46–47

Tarpon, SS, 138:37–38, 138:37

Tarry Not (sailboat), 48:38

tatala (seagoing fishing canoe), 162:47, 162:47

Tatham, William, 151:22–26

Tatnuck, USS (Navy tug), 149:15

Tattershall Castle (Humber ferry), 20:34, 22:37

tattoos, 127:34

Taussig, Joseph Knefler, 99:8, 100:15, 125:42–45

Távara, Santiago, 96:4

Tavara, M/V, 128:5

Tavern (towboat), 43:8

Tawau (yacht), 37:33

Tayleur, RMS (clipper ship), 165:16

Taylor, Andrew, 153:50, 153:50, 154:11, 154:11, 155:9, 155:9

Taylor, Anne, 85:49

Taylor, Henry, 131:29

Taylor, Jason deCaires, 164:55

Taylor, Jim (artist), 21:38

Taylor, R. G., 92:33

Taylor, Sterling, 105:17

Tayluer, Patrick, 29:20

Tayson, John (artist), 149:26

TBM Avengers, 66:15

Tchefuncte River Lighthouse, 158:48

Te Vega (ex-Etak; ex-USS Juniata) (steel gaff-rigged schooner), 26:3, 46:34–35, 46:34–35, 55:31, 57:18, 70:38

Te Vega in the Mediterranean,” 46:34–35

Teaching with Small Boats Conference, 138:4

Team SCA, 152:0

Teazar (fishing boat), 18:58

Teçora (Portuguese slave ship), 71:20

Tecumseh, USS, 72:36

Tecumseth, HMS (historic schooner replica), 61:38, 69:34, 70:40

Tedder, Arthur, 69:12

Teeson, Douglas H., 87:5, 95:36, 95:36, 103:5, 123:44

Tehani (schooner), 7:13, 7:14

Teixeira, Augusta, 9:30

Teixeira, Roy, 9:27–28

Telegraph (smack), 35:37

Telegraph (steamboat), 80:25, 108:23

Tell City (steamer), 43:41

Temko, Allan, remembrance of Karl Kortum, 80:15

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

Tenacious (yacht), 32:11, 76:25, 128:28, 164:24

Tenedos, HMS (frigate), 114:28, 136:13, 150:21

Tennessee, SS (steamer), 13:44, 22:41, 130:15, 143:27

Teredo navalis (shipworms; teredo worm), 152:46–47, 159:34

Ternate, Sultan of, 84:12–13

Terpsichore (Nelson’s ship), 79:19

Terra Australis, 83:11, 83:12, 83:13, 83:15

Terra Nova expedition, 22:36

Terrell, Bruce, 164:55

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

Terror (tugboat), 71:38

Terror, HMS, 121:14, 159:40, 163:46

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

Tescil #345 (steamboat), 45:24, 45:24

Teuscher, Philip Haemo de Thorneycroft, 35:32, 42:36, 53:42, 130:12

“Cruise of the Ookuwatee,” 55:22–23

Hopes for the National Maritime Historical Society, 130:12–13

“Istanbul’un Buharli Gemileri: The Steamboats of Istanbul,” 45:23–25

“Karaphuna Canoes,” 27:47

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

“Riverman, Shellerman,” 50:18–19

“Sailing Craft of the Caribbees: I,” 30:32–33

“Sailing Craft of the Caribbees: II,” 31:46–48

“A Sandbagger for All Seasons,” 36:8–9

“Tidewater Tugboating, 76:12–15

Texaco, 52:40

Texas (Spanish-American War battleship), 86:19

Texas, USS (battleship BB-35), 5:30, 12:29, 30:40, 31:3, 31:7, 31:62, 33:3, 65:34, 69:13, 69:16, 73:17, 84:29, 94:20, 116:37, 116:37, 133:42, 148:28, 148:29, 165:43

(pictures), 31:0, 31:8–14, 31:21, 133:42

black seamen aboard, 10:26–27

chronology, 31:16

engine power, 31:13

firepower, 31:11–13

provisions for crew, 31:14–15

restoration of, 31:16

structural repairs, 143:47–48, 143:47

Texas A&M Maritime Academy, 157:27, 163:43

Texas Antiquities Committee, 8:24–25

Texas class ships, 31:11

Texas Maritime Museum, 76:37–38, 163:49, 163:51, 163:51

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

Texas Towers, 54:32, 126:13, 126:14, 161:41, 161:41

Texel, Battle of, 60:0

Thacher Island Association, 142:49

Thalatta (barge), 3:30

Thalis o Milissios (steamship), 61:38

Thames Barge Sailing Club, 34:22

“The Thames Barge: Stumpies and Stackies, Boomies and Mulies,” 34:20–24

Thames River, 82:7–9

Thames River Shipyard, 14:44

Thames sailing barges, 55:0

Thania (power cruiser), 89:18

Thatcher Island Fresnel lens, 142:49

Thayer, Jonathan

“‘For the Gallant Men of the Merchant Marine’: Wartime Training at the Seamen’s Church Institute’s Merchant Marine School,” 144:24–27

Thayer, (three-masted schooner), 2:31, 10:23

The Blessing of Burntisland (ferry), 74:35

The Experiment (Lewis and Clark’s collapsible boat), 106:26

The Flying Huntress (yacht), 122:21

The Rumseian Experiment (replica), 43:39

The Shipyards (Vancouver waterfront), 100:45, 100:46

The Sullivans, USS (WWII destroyer), 12:28, 16:47, 16:49, 73:17, 145:52

The World, 101:32, 101:32, 101:33

Thebaud (trawler), 101:11

Theberge, Albert E.

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

Theodora (gaff cutter), 32:3

Theodoulou, Theotokis, 156:51, 156:52, 156:52, 156:53

Theoline (sailing ship), 21:15

Theresa E. Connor (Gloucester fishing schooner), 5:30, 6:6

Thermopylae (tea clipper), 32:37, 46:27

Theseus, HMS (Nelson’s ship-of-the-line), 79:19, 79:20, 85:32

“Thessalonica: The Maritime History of a Medieval Metropolis,” 146:14–16, 147:5

Thetis (Coast Guard cutter), 52:15, 52:16, 121:17, 130, 31

Thetis, USS (steam whaler), 121:17, 122:5

“They Said of Winston Churchill, Not Since Francis Drake Had Such a Man Been on the River,” 101:7–9

“They Were All Strangers: The Wreck of the John Milton at Montauk, New York,” 138:18–20

Thielbek (German liner), 103:3

Thiesen, William H. 114:36–37

“Benjamin Hiller & the Cutter Pickering in the Quasi-War with France,” 122:24–27

“Coast Guardsman Robert Goldman and the Kamikaze Attack on LST-66,” 160:32–34

“Cutterman Frank Newcomb and the Rescue of USS Winslow,” 157:16–20

“Cutterman Hugh George Campbell: Master and Commander of Super-Cutter Eagle and Forgotten Hero of the Quasi War,” 153:32–36

“The El Estero Fire and How the US Coast Guard Helped Save New York Harbor,” 126:16–19

“First Lady Harriet Rebecca Lane and the Cutters That Have Borne Her Name,” 163:16–20

“A History of the ‘Honorable and Ancient’ Cutter Bear,” 146:28–33

“History of the ‘Racing Stripe’ Emblem and Brand Identity for World Sea Services and Coast Guards: Part I The United States Coast Guard,” 139:28–29

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

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

“US Coast Guard Veteran Seymour Wittek Awarded the Coast Guard Commendation Medal for his Heroic Effort Fighting the El Estero Fire,” 126:20

“War of 1812, The: US Revenue Cutter Operations,” 139:10–14

“Wisconsin Maritime Museum: a CAMM Profile,” 115:14–16

Thimgan, David (artist), 46:27, 72:0, 72:24–26, 108:34–35

“Think in Oceans,” 125:20–21

“Thirty Surviving Gloucestermen,” 6:4–6

Thiry, Jacques, 4:35

Thistle (bawley), 29:47

Thistle (five-masted schooner), 1:34, 15:52

Thistle (sloop), 116:21

Thistlemore, SS (steam freighter), 64:22, 65:5

Thomas, Gordon W., 30:42, 34:13, 49:26

Thomas, Jeff, 121:30, 121:31

Thomas, John, 143:16

Thomas, Penny, 34:10

Thomas, Thomas, 19:8

Thomas, Thornton

“Diplomacy Averts War over Nootka Sound in 1790,” 88:16–18

Thomas, William G., 51:37, 53:11

“Christmas Aboard the Bark Kaiulani, 1941,” 5:35–37

Thomas (Edward III’s flagship), 101:21

Thomas A. Moran (ex-New York Central No. 21; steam tug/tow converted to diesel), 8:14

Thomas Bayard (sealing schooner), 20:40

Thomas Clyde, 86:24–25

Thomas Collyer(steamer), 9:32, 162:18

Thomas Cornell (steamboat), 37:12, 37:14

Thomas Donaldson (Liberty ship), 101:36

Thomas E. Lannon (passenger schooner), 159:0, 159:19

Thomas Edison (submarine), 30:10

Thomas F. Bayard (pilot schooner), 8:26–27, 11:32, 12:6–7, 12:41, 15:48

Thomas F. Pollard (schooner), 50:7

Thomas Freeborn, USS (side-wheel tugboat), 162:18, 162:19, 162:19

Thomas Hartley, SS (Liberty ship), 142:51

“Thomas Hoyne Collection of Fishing Schooner Models,” 49:36–37

Thomas Jefferson, M/V, 128:29

Thomas Jefferson (submarine), 30:10

Thomas Jefferson, USRC, 139:10, 139:12, 141:31, 142:44

Thomas Kean, M/V, 128:29

Thomas Lawrence, 9:27

Thomas M. Freeman (bugeye), 5:29

Thomas Nuttall, SS (Liberty ship), 101:36

Thomas Point Lighthouse, 150:9

Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse, 88:39, 124:44

Thomas Point (tugboat), 25:28

Thomas W. Lawson (seven-masted schooner), 16:24–25, 16:24, 18:10, 20:2, 20:4, 20:5, 89:34

“The Thomas W. Lawson: First or last of the great sailing bulk carriers?,” 16:24–25

Thompson, Bruce, 73:37

Thompson, Charles, 144:44

Thompson, Hugh, 113:18

Thompson, James, 154:26

Thompson, Jeremiah, 87:11

Thompson, John W. B., 152:32–34

Thompson, Kara, 63:35

Thompson, Owen “Tommy,” 130:10, 130:10

Thompson, Samuel R., 87:41

Thompson, Tim (artist), 91:23, 97:0

Thompson, Tommy, 64:28

Thompson, Willard

“The Wreck of the Gold Rush Steamship Winfield Scott,” 130:14–18

Thompson Dean (cotton packet boat), 57:27

Thonier (Breton tuna boat), 39:34

Thor (buy boat), 122:16

Thoreau, Henry David, 147:13

Thoreson, David, 129:25, 129:27

Thorne, Alix T., 87:5, 87:5, 87:8, 164:10, 164:10

“Life at Sea Is the Teacher!” 87:8

“Schooners, Schooners Everywhere,” 92:12–14

Victory Chimes: A Centennial Celebration,” 93:20–22

Thornton, Tamara Plakins

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

Thornton, William, 141:12–13

Thorp, Gregory (photographer), 71:33

Thorpe, SS (renamed George M. Verity) (tugboat), 5:28, 25:18, 68:32

Thos. & Jonathan Brocklebank, 129:34

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

“Thrashing to Bermuda on the Oldest Ocean Race,” 131:28–29

Three Brothers (coble), 11:13, 42:36, 43:5

Three Brothers (steamer), 80:38

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

Three Friends (schooner), 153:34

“The Three Lives of the John W. Brown,” 104:13

Three Sisters, 53:6

“A Three Week Voyage Which Has Lasted My Lifetime,” 32:25

Thresher, USS (submarine), 107:4, 149:17

Throckmorton, Peter, 4:23, 4:30, 4:37, 7:24, 7:25, 11:28, 14:33, 15:12, 38:13, 39:8, 54:9–10, 54:36, 55:33, 57:20, 68:1819, 100:39, 132:16, 153:16, 153:16, 162:33

purchase of Elissa, 15:12–14

Throckmorton, Peter (author)

“The American Heritage in the Falklands,” 4:36–41

“’As Good as Can be Made…’: A Report on the Vicar of Bray,” 5:24–27

“The Beast on the Beach,” 11:28

Elissa: The Purchase of a Ship,” 15:12–13

“’Encouraging and Daunting’: The State of Marine Archaeology in the United States and Canada Today,” 8:24–25

“The First and Last Voyage of the St. Mary, Part I,” 9:6–9

“The First and Last Voyage of the St. Mary, Part II,” 10:14–17

letter, 5:3

Stormie Seas: An Unfinished Saga,” 18:24–25

“Through Holland in the Vivette,” 82:46–47

“Through the Eyes of a Waterman—The Art of William E. Cummings,” 152:40–43

“Through the Hawsepipe—Marshall Johnson’s Path from Fo’c’sle Hand to Master Painter,” 126:28–33

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

Thunderbird (speedboat), 121:4

Thunderer (ketch-rigged radeau), 53:30, 63:18, 117:14

Thuringia (liner), 67:46

Thursday’s Child (monohull), 50:35, 53:11

“’Thy Ashured Friend:’ Paul Cuffe and His Maritime Mission,” 115:12–13

Thyra (barge), 55:11

Tiajuana, 6:13

Ticonderoga (ketch), 116:42

Ticonderoga (sailing yacht), 5:21

Ticonderoga (schooner, War of 1812 era), 148:21, 148:22, 148:24

Ticonderoga (sidewheel lake steamboat), 5:30, 10:13, 11:8, 64:34–35, 64:35

TID (renamed Brent) (tugboat), 3:30, 25:18

“Tidal Wave: The Greatest Ship Launch in History,” 158:28–32

Tideland (bunker boat), 7:28–29

“Tidewater Tugboating,” 76:12–15

“Ties that Bind,” 50:40

Tiger (privateer), 103:26

Tiger (tugboat), 25:19

Tiger (whaleship), 74:21–22, 164:41

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

Tigirs (reed boat), 17:25

Tigress (gunboat), 144:16

Tijger (Dutch ship excavated during construction of World Trade Center), 13:10, 99:2, 128:47

Tilefish (submarine), 35:26

Tillman, William, 93:34–36

Tilly (tugboat), 71:38, 80:21

Tilton, Roger (artist and author), 113:0

“Dangerous Voyage: Underway in ‘The Time of the Submarine,’ 1942,” 113:10–15

Tilton, Zeb, 42:13, 42:13, 42:14, 126:46

Tim Buck, MV, 127:20

“The Time is Now: For the Ships, for Maritime Preservation throughout the Country,” 34:3

Timmel, John C., 97:13

Timoleon, 127:24

Timoshenko (trawler), 59:46

Timothy, 103:26

Tina Marie Doncine (schooner), 105:6

Tingey, Thomas, 140:16

Tinio, Manuel, 125:44

Tinney, Ronald (artist), 149:28

Tippecanoe, USNS (fleet replenishment oiler), 112:18

Tipper (tugboat), 52:26

Tirpitz (German battleship), 27:8, 62:15, 62:15, 62:16, 64:47, 66:11, 73:41

Tista (minesweeper), 30:10

Tisza, SS, 129:34

Titan (tugboat), 25:15, 25:16–17, 25:16

Titanic, RMS, (White Star liner), 7:22, 13:29, 23:21, 31:55, 53:11, 65:20, 88:38, 116:41, 122:22, 122:23, 124:46, 128:35, 138:12–16, 139:6, 140:6, 145:38, 153:17, 153:17, 153:20, 153:21, 153:21

half-hull model, 42:35

lifeboats, 122:22

lifeboats from, 105:24

managing, 139:38

photographs of, 37:39

Titanic Historical Society, 24:30

Titanic II (replica ship), 139:42

Titus, Mrs. Nelson V., 151:30

Tjerimai (barque), 93:16–17

“‘To Boldly Go.’ NASA Astronauts Taking the Lessons of Sail Training into Space,” 160:20–22

“To Meet a Growing Threat,” 53:8

“To Raise the Mary Rose!” 23:6–13

“To the Ends of the Earth: Painting the Polar Landscape,” 125:28–33

“To the Great Relief and Loud Cheers of Those on Board,” 55:11

“To the Heroes of D-Day,” 70:16

“To the South Pacific in a Steam Schooner,” 41:19–20

Tobey, Samuel, 123:26

Tobi Island, 1:34

Tod, Giles M. S., 76:40

Todd, Coleman, 157:18

Togo, Heihachiro, 112:6

Tole Mour (square topsail schooner), 70:23, 70:38, 72:36, 72:36, 73:35, 100:42, 100:42

Toll, Ian W., 119:35, 119:35, 121:8

Tollefson, Pinky, 83:4142

Tom Bill (schooner), 18:57–63

Tom Dixon (shad boat), 67:36

Tom Stallings (snagboat), 74:13

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, 165:43

“Tommaso & Antonio De Simone: A Neapolitan Niche in Americana,” 68:24–27

Tomolka (ex-Arethusa), 85:17

Tompkins, Ann, 129:14, 129:14

Tompkins, Gwen, 129:10–12, 129:13, 129:14–15

Tompkins, Sally Kress, 165:44

Tompkins, Warwick, 129:10–11, 129:12, 129:12, 129:14–15, 130:12

“Commodore,” 129:13, 129:14, 129:14

Toms River Seaport Society, 7:32

Tona (minesweeper), 30:10

Tone (heavy cruiser), 71:16

Tone (Japanese carrier), 102:9

Tönissen, (Captain of Kurt), 60:14–15

tonnage, gross vs. net, 58:10

Tonnant, HMS, 140:17, 140:18

Tonsberg, MV, 145:38

Tooker, Richard H., 83:41

Toole, Lois Salmon (artist), 97:25, 108:34

Topaz, 42:16, 123:46

Topp, Erich, 87:36–37, 155:26

TopSail program, 81:24–25, 94:37, 95:21, 101:34, 128:44

Torgad Reis (ex-Weissenburg) (battleship), 72:5

Toronto Brigantine, Inc., 29:30

Toronto Harborfest, 68:34

Torpedo Data Computer (TDC), 99:36

“Torpedoed!” 23:44–45

torpedoes (mines), 156:22, 156:24, 156:25, 157:5

keg, 158:37

Torsk, USS (submarine), 5:29, 7:31, 12:28, 19:39, 73:17, 73:36, 88:31

tortoise, Galapagos giant, 131:32–33

Touchton, Fred, 154:26

Tougias, Michael J.

“So Close to Home: U-Boats in the Gulf of Mexico,” 155:26–30

Tourist (renamed Sabino) (coal-burning passenger steamboat), 2:31, 2:32, 5:11, 5:6, 5:28, 10:13, 11:8, 27:38, 36:36, 96:20, 96:20, 103:36, 130:9, 143:23, 151:44, 151:44, 152:26, 155:53–54, 155:54, 159:46–47

Tourtas, Alexander, 156:53

Touz Dezzembro, 33:3

Tovarishch (ex-Gorch Fock) (barque), 22:7, 2:10, 2:12, 4:11, 5:20, 5:21, 6:29, 11:9, 16:28, 18:18–19, 28:40, 29:26, 33:28, 33:30, 33:33, 37:33, 38:30, 45:34, 52:23, 52:23, 52:46, 56:31, 58:30, 62:26, 63:35, 64:24–25, 70:23, 77:37, 88:32, 91:37–38, 95:34, 134:43–44, 134:43, 135:16, 135:17, 135:22, 135:22

“Toward a Grand Alliance?” 43:38

“Toward an American Ship Trust—If We’re Serious about Saving our Heritage in Historic Ships,” 117:28–29

“Toward the Ideal Sail Training Vessel: From the Perspective of Three Generations of Experience,” 35:30

“Towards a World Ship Trust,” 7:16–18

towboats, 39:4

Tower, Betsy, 74:22

Tower, John H., 31:58

Tower, William, 74:22

“Towing in Time with McAllister,” 21:12–17

Towle, Clarence, 131:9

Towle, USNS (Sealift Command transport), 14:24

Towne, William J., 149:20

Townley, Christine

“The Chanty Movement in Europe,” 46:42–43

Townley, John, 69:34

“The Chanty Movement in Europe,” 46:42–43

Townsend, Charles Haskins, 156:10–11, 156:10, 157:8, 164:51

Townsend, Charles Hervey, 165:13

Townsend, George W., 140:29

Townsend Acts, 107:8

Townsend (packet), 75:8

Toxteth (full-rigged ship), 26:11

Toyen, Martin, 113:6

“Tracing American Merchant Vessels, Pre-20th Century,” 84:48–49

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

trade cards, 40:28–29

“Trade Cards: Lost Art of the Sail/Steam Era,” 40:28–29

“Trade vs. Diplomacy: The Problem of the Free Port Marstrand During the American Revolution,” 153:38–41

Trade Wind (schooner), 7:12, 7:14, 12:38, 15:50

trade winds, 134:36

Trade Winds (schooner), 14:44

Tradewind (British submarine), 38:5

Tradewind (topsail schooner, 1911), 62:26, 62:35

Traditional Sail Association, 21:29

Traditional Wooden Boat Show, 39:35

Traditional Wooden Boat Society, 23:24–25

Trafalgar, Battle of, 69:29, 110:10–13, 132:38–39, 140:22, 144:56, 156:55, 163:34–35

Trafalgar, HMS, 136:48

“Trafalgar: In Nelson’s Own Words,” 110:10–13

“Trafalgar’s Last Chapter—HMS Pickle’s Moment in History, 132:38–39

Train, Enoch, 88:12

“The Tramp Steamer,” 129:30–36

tramp steamers, 28:3, 129:30–36, 130:5, 130:6, 131:3

Trans Columbia, SS, 151:6, 151:6

Transglobe, SS, 140:13

Transpacific Race, 47:9

Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC), 138:44–45

travel. See Seaport Experience

Traveller (brig), 115:12–13, 115:12

Traveller, SS, 129:31–32, 129:31

“Travels with John Stobart,” 123:28–32

traverse board, 83:4

Travis, Samuel, 139:12–13

trawlers

dory, 49:14, 57:17, 140:46

Treanor, William “Peg Leg,” 39:46

treasure hunters, 126:5, 127:6

Treasure Island, 119:5

Treasure Island Museum, 44:36

“Treasure of Snug Harbor,” 29:17

Treasure Trove Act (Canada), 52:9

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

“Treasures of the Kendall Collection,” 103:37

“Treasures of the Manila Galleons,” 99:28–29

“Treasures of the Sponge Divers,” 68:18–22

Treasury of History, The: Being a History of the World (Maunder), 164:41

Treaty of Ghent, 139:14, 140:18, 141:14, 141:14, 145:17–18, 150:21–23

Treaty of Paris, 150:22, 153:40

Treaty of Versailles, 151:17

trehandiri, 18:24–25

Tremont (steamship), 107:16, 107:17

Tremper, Jacob H., 37:12

Trent (Royal mail packet), 151:36

Trenton (Cape Verde packet), 8:20

Trenton, US steam frigate, 68:24

Treworgy, Don, 126:42, 126:42

“Trial By Fire,” 17:37

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

Trillium (double-ended, double-decked side paddle-wheeler), 3:31, 3:31, 5:30, 20:42

Trimble, Paul, 139:28

Trincomalee, HMS (renamed Foudroyant), 2:12, 2:14, 3:29, 7:17, 12:27, 23:21, 48:10, 54:37, 54:37, 99:36

Trinidad (Magellan’s ship), 79:11

Trio (Dutch schooner), 33:12–13, 100:36–37

Tripp, Bill, 47:8

Trippe (gunboat), 144:16

triremes, 33:14, 33:32, 34:37, 37:36

Triton (brig; slave ship), 132:14

Triton (schooner), 52:16

Triumph (galleon), 48:24

Trivelli, Marifrances, 165:43

Trojan (steamer), 13:4

Tromp, 30:8

Tropic Bird (three-masted barquentine), 114:13

Tropicana Evansville (ex-City of Evansville; ex-Casino Aztar; renamed Riverboat Louis Armstrong), 161:55–56

Tropicana Riverboat Casino, 161:54

Tropik (barquentine), 3:10

Trosino, Earl, 39:4

Troublé, Bruno, 119:40

Troubridge, Thomas, 79:19–20

True Love, 132:8

True North (ex-Unicorn of St. Helier) (two-masted ship), 84:3–4

True-Blooded Yankee (privateer), 136:15

Trujillo, Rafael, 131:17, 131:19–20

Trujillo, Ramfis, 131:20, 133:6

Trumbull, John (artist), 151:17

Trumbull (frigate), 36:13, 103:14, 103:15, 103:15, 103:16

Trumbull (galley), 53:30, 53:31, 117:16, 117:18

model, 53:32

Trumpeter, HMS, 54:38

Truro Philharmonic Orchestra, 145:34

“Trust Youth, Give Them Room!” 24:5

Trutneff, Henry F.

“The American Flag at Sea: From a Labor Perspective,” 84:8–9

Truxton, Thomas, 59:26, 113:17–18

Truxtun, Thomas, 128:12, 128:12

Truxtun, USS (destroyer, reclassified as cruiser), 100:18

Try (clipper ship), 8:4

Tryal/Tryall (schooner), 16:19, 36:13, 49:5, 98:8

Tuber Rose, HMS (ex-Mauretania) (Cunard liner), 95:12

Tuckahoe, SS (collier), 144:35, 158:30

“A Tug at War: The Edmond J. Moran,” 25:22

Tug Pegasus Preservation Project, 103:36

Tugboat Enthusiasts Society, 80:4

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

tugboats, 21:12, 25:0, 25:15–17, 25:28–29, 26:4, 63:5, 76:0, 76:33, 80:0, 133:0

blog (Tugster), 155:56

on Long Island Sound, 76:12–15

racing, 80:20–22

on the San Francisco Bay, 10:22–23

world ship trust historic tugs list, 25:18–19

“Tugs, Like Old Shoes.,” 25:15–17

Tugster (blog), 155:56

Tulip, USS (Civil War tug and gunboat), 73:36, 162:20

tunnyboat, 100:35

“Tuns, Tons and Barrels of Wine,” 58:10–11

Tupper, Benjamin, 98:8

Turberville, Frank B. Jr.

“A Tarheel in King Neptune’s Court,” 72:46–47

Turbinia (turbine-powered vehicle), 32:41, 65:32, 73:35, 73:35, 76:38

Turco, Peggy

“Indian Life on the Hudson River,” 58:17–18

Turkel, Stanley

“The Remarkable Life of Robert Smalls,” 91:28–30

Turner, David H., 131:36

Turner, Joseph Mallord William (artist), 60:22, 60:28, 64:16, 65:35, 88:14

Turner, Matthew, 60:38

Turner, Sheila, 51:29

Turner, Ted, 128:28–29, 128:28, 129:8, 129:8

Turney-Rudisill, Katelynn, 160:43

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

Turpin, John Henry, 10:27

Turrialba (refrigerated freighter), 46:5, 47:4

Turtle (recreation), 98:5, 99:3

Turtle (Revolutionary War submersible), 74:8, 95:18, 95:18, 141:20

Turtle (submarine), 103:33

Tuscaloosa (US cruiser), 62:15, 64:4

Tuscania (Cunard liner), 49:25, 95:11

Tuscarora (whaleship), 18:41

Tuscarora, USCG, 46:40

Tuscarora, USS (renamed Emory Rice), 67:5

Tusitala (ex-Inveruglas) (full-rigged ship), 1:34, 4:43, 5:8, 7:7, 14:45, 96:18, 122:7, 123:32, 125:5, 125:5

Tusitala (steamship), 4:43, 5:8, 14:45, 15:5–6, 88:13

Tusitala II (J boat), 125:5

Tuskina, 36:16

Tutshi (sternwheel lake steamer), 5:30

Tuttle, Francis, 146:30

Tvedt, Arild, 162:33

Twain, Mark (Samuel Clemens), 40:35

Tweeddale, Duane S., 84:56

Twilight (whaleship), 104:22

Twin Brigantine Project, 81:25

Twin Falls (renamed John W. Brown II), 4:9

Twin Lights (Navesink, NJ), 94:34–35

Two Brothers (whaler), 125:19

“Two Half Hitches are Enough!” 38:18–19

Tyehee (schooner), 89:35

Tyger, 8:25

Tyjgre, 58:19, 58:22

Tyler, James Gale, 9:34

Tyne Lifeboat Society, 100:38

Tyomkin, Gregory, 57:18

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

Typhoon (now Virginia III; steamer), 14:40

Tyrus (now Virginia IV; steamer), 14:40

Tyson, Nora, 151:46