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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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W. B. Tennison (oyster dredge), 23:23

W. C. Sawyer Collection, 110:26

W. H. Diamond (barquentine), 60:38

W. J. Eckert (four-masted barquentine), 3:10

W. J. Ellison (Newfoundland Grand Banker), 4:7, 4:9, 5:15

W. J. Harahan (ex-El Toro) (tugboat), 77:2

W. O. Decker (ex-Russell I) (wooden harbor tugboat), 145:9, 156:46, 161:50, 161:50

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

W. R. Grace, 44:28

W. T. Preston (steam vessel), 2:31

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

Wabash, USS, 57:12, 151:30

Waccamaw (ex-Nuestra Senora de Regla), 67:8

Wacouta (ex-Eleanor) (auxiliary steam yacht), 68:26

Waddenzee fishing craft, 11:5, 11:7

Wade (tugboat), 14:39

Wadleigh, John R.

“The Argonaut Sails into Her Second Half Century,” 17:33

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

“Sloop Providence at Yorktown,” 23:28

Wadsworth, Jeremiah, 103:15

Wadsworth, USS (destroyer DD-60), 34:25, 99:8, 125:45, 161:20

Waesche, Russell, 157:16

Wager, HMS, 137:20

Wagner, Dick

“Hands on History,” 51:23

Wainwright, John, 147:22

Wainwright, Richard, 120:35, 163:19

Wainwright (US cruiser), 5:15, 62:15

Wainwright, USS (destroyer), 161:20

Waite, Dean P., 6:25

Wakeman, Ned, 143:30

Walbridge, Rogin, 141:33

Waldemar Kophamel (German submarine support ship), 161:40

Walk-in-the-Water (steamboat), 164:20

Walker, Fred, 76:38

Walker, Grant

“Space Age Technology Takes Us Below Decks Aboard ‘Navy Board’ Ship Models,” 77:18–20

Walker, John, 11:13, 67:11, 67:11

Walker, Nick, 48:34

Walker, Ronald, 32:26, 70:13

Walker, Timothy, 94:5

Walk-on-Water contests, 105:24

Wall, Lucy, 123:13, 123:13

Wall, Mike, 90:20

Wall, Shannon J., 35:13, 36:3, 41:2, 41:2, 119:10, 123:13, 123:13

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

Wallace, Raymond E., 61:11, 89:43

“The Brig Pilgrim: The Old and the New,” 87:18–21

Waller, 26:6

Wallis, Don, 51:15

Wallis, Samuel, 83:13

Wallowa (renamed Arthur Foss) (steam tugboat), 2:31, 5:30, 8:14, 22:41, 25:8, 25:18, 81:44, 95:40

Walpole, 75:9

Walrus, 36:28

Walsh, Don, 140:21, 141:8

“Walt Whitman’s Passion for the Fulton Ferry,” 13:63

Walter, J. Jackson

“To Meet a Growing Threat,” 53:8

Walter, Samuel (artist), 60:29

Walter B. Allen (schooner), 153:53

Walter Q. Gresham (Liberty ship), 29:8

Walters, Angus, 82:25

Walters, Samuel (artist), 75:27, 150:30

Walters Art Museum (Baltimore, MD), 121:46

Walton, Ivan Henry, 47:26

Walton, Terry, 155:16

“Bon Voyage Fair Harbor Lady!” 37:37

Wambold, Donald A. Jr.

“Independence Seaport Museum: ‘Home Port Philadelphia,’” 85:21–22

wampum, 58:20

Wan Fu (Chinese junk), 40:11

Wan Fu (topsail schoooner), 3:10

Wander Bird (ex-Wandervogel; ex-No 5 Elbe) (pilot schooner), 9:15, 9:15, 31:55, 49:8, 57:33, 72:22, 95:20, 129:10, 129:13, 130:6, 130:12, 152:16

Lesley Frost’s voyage aboard, 129:4, 129:10–15

Wanderer (ex-Gracie S.) (pilot schooner), 59:6, 86:3

Wanderer (ex-J & B) (schooner), 119:36

Wanderer (slave ship), 125:6–7, 126:5

Wanderer (tugboat), 22:12

Wanderer (whaleship), 10:26, 24:36, 134:17, 147:25

Wandia (renamed Carthaginian) (schooner brig), 17:27, 21:34

Wanggaard, Jan, 156:54–55

Wapama, SS (ex-Tongass) (wooden Pacific steam schooner), 4:26, 4:28, 5:28, 8:11, 8:12–13, 8:13, 9:18, 10:29, 11:35, 18:37, 18:45, 18:45, 19:23, 23:24, 27:38, 32:43, 38:10, 38:11, 40:2, 44:2, 46:15, 47:42–43, 71:7, 79:14–15, 79:14, 80:2, 80:4, 81:2, 81:3, 82:4, 83:40, 83:42, 83:51, 90:6, 101:33, 101:33, 117:28–29, 117:28, 133:21, 133:22

Wapama: The Last Pacific Steam Schooner,” 79:14–15

War Artists’ Advisory Committee (WAAC); Britain, 147:30

“War Artists at Sea: First and Second World War Art at the Royal Museums Greenwich,” 147:30–32

war canoe (Maori), 43:29. See also canoes

War Hemp Industries, 165:6

War of 1812, 87:15, 103:9, 126:22, 127:8, 133:10–12, 134:7, 143:6, 146:45, 153:24

first year, 134:10–14

second year, 136:10–15

third year, 137:10–16

final chapter, 150:20–23

Battle of Lake Borgne, 141:10–11

Battle of Lake Erie, 144:14–19, 148:21, 148:24

Battle of Plattsburgh Bay, 148:20–24

bicentennial observance, 137:4

British raid on Essex, 149:30–34

British strategy, 145:14–18

Burning of Washington and the “Star-Spangled Banner,” 140:14–18

David Dixon Porter Jr.’s involvement in, 129:19–20

defense of Chesapeake Bay, 147:18–12

funding for, 150:22

gunboats, 147:18, 147:19

on the Inland Seas, 138:22–26

last sea battle, 150:16–18

Marblehead seaman from, 146:18–21

music and song from, 139:16–21

privateering in, 59:26–27

shipbuilding during, 164:18–19

songs of, 139:16–21

submarine and torpedo warfare, 141:18–22

US Revenue Cutter operations, 139:10–14

USS United States vs HMS Macedonian, 135:10–14

“The War of 1812 on the Inland Seas,” 138:22–26

“The War of 1812: The Burning of Washingson, and the ‘Star-Spangled Banner,’” 140:14–18

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

“The War of 1812: USS United States vs. HMS Macedonian,” 135:10–14

“The War of 1812: Year Three,” 137:10–16

“The War of 1812, Year Two,” 136:10–15

“The War of 1812—Understudied, Misunderstood, and Forgotten,” 133:10–12, 134:10–14

“The War of 1812’s Final Chapter, The: At Sea and at the Negotiating Table,” 150:20–23

War of Jenkins’s Ear, 137:19

“War Reporting in 1812—Through Song,” 139:16–21

War Stories Journal, 112:36

Waratah (ex-Burundah) (tugboat), 2:27, 2:27, 25:19, 57:17, 67:33, 83:27, 90:39, 92:0

Warburton, Barclay H. III, 8:23, 30:3, 38:30

“Do What’s Best for the Ship,” 50:31

editorial, 18:19, 20:31

letter, 4:3

obituary, 28:40–41

“Sail Training, U.S.A.,” 4:17

Warburton, David

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

Ward, USS (destroyer), 162:16, 162:16, 163:8, 163:54

Ward, Eber, 64:33

Ward, James Harmon, 162:16–20, 162:16, 163:8

Ward, Nannie Davis, 98:15–18

Ward, Tom, 142:41, 164:10

Ward, USS (destroyer), 162:16, 162:16

Ward Line, 64:33

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

“A Warm Reception in the Hudson Highlands,” 98:11–13

Warner, John, 96:15, 130:8, 130:8, 132:8, 132:8, 151:8, 163:10

Warren, John Borlase, 141:19, 147:18

Warren (frigate), 77:40, 103:15, 103:16

Warren, USS (sloop-of-war), 162:16

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

Warrior (renamed General Brown) (frigate), 164:19

Warrior, HMS (renamed HMS Vernon) (iron-hulled British warship), 2:14, 3:29, 12:27, 13:22, 15:48, 20:33, 21:29, 24:27, 31:53, 44:22–25, 46:14, 48:10, 48:35, 56:34, 65:31, 65:34, 76:31, 152:11

(pictures), 3:29, 16:12–13, 19:18, 44:22–23

reconstruction of, 16:9, 16:12–15

“Warships for South American Rebels: Shipbuilders Adam and Noah Brown Find a New Market for Frigates in South America” (James Brown), 164:18–21

Warspite, HMS (British battleship), 30:33, 31:7, 69:13, 90:9

Warta, Matthew, 128:29

Warther, David (modelmaker), 78:22–23

Warwick, R. W., 95:14, 95:14

Warwick, W. E., 95:14, 95:14

Warwick (three-masted schooner), 68:32, 68:32

“Was an American China Trader Wrecked off the Australian Coast?” 16:19–20

Wasa, (17th century warship), 27:0, 27:4, 27:21, 27:22–27, 27:22–27. See also Vasa (seventeenth-century Swedish warship)

Wasa Triumphant: The Sinking, Search and Salvage of a 17th Century Warship,” 27:22–27

Washburn & Doughty Shipyard, 124:46

Washington, George, 85:11, 98:12, 103:13, 132:22, 153:26, 153:27, 153:28

Washington, John P., 65:18

Washington (frigate), 61:32, 61:33, 103:15, 103:16

Washington (1820s, river steamer), 64:13,

Washington (1880, river steamer), 57:35

Washington (row galley), 153:30, 17:17, 117:17, 117:18

Washington (1880s, oceangoing steamer), 64:33

Washington (US revenue cutter), 154:54

Washington, SS (United States Lines passenger liner), 20:29, 65:21, 90:41, 92:39, 144:35

Washington, USCG brig, 70:25, 71:20, 71:22

Washington County Peapod (Maine workboat), 51:38

Washington Invitational Marine Art Exhibition (2018), 162:12–13

Washington Irving (multi-decked excursion steamer), 9:35, 144:35, 149:41

Washington Navy Yard, 156:22–23, 156:24, 156:25

Washington Ship Model Society, 20:40, 29:30

“Washington’s Inaugural Barge,” 44:34

Wasp (ship-rigged sloop), 114:27

Wasp (US warship), 134:14, 137:10

Wasp (yacht), 115:27, 116:21

Wassung, Bob, 131:4

water

salt vs. fresh, 123:38

water cycle, 148:46

Water Street Gallery, 69:32

Water Witch (tugboat), 10:22, 10:22

Waterbury, David, 117:16

Waterbury, John I., 50:7

“The Watercolors of Bert Wright, RSMA,” 42:24–25

Waterfront Awareness, 23:25

Waterfront Center (Washington DC), 31:55, 36:35, 85:55

Waterloo (renamed Bellerophon) (British line-of-battleship), 30:8, 85:12, 86:3, 126:32–33, 126:32

Waterman, Robert H. “Bully,” 88:9, 88:11

“The Waterman’s Song,” 98:14

Watermark (double-ender), 159:23

Watermark program, 70:38

Waters, John M., 35:12–13, 35:24

Watersite 2000, 46:45

Watkins, James D., 108:7

“A Call to Accountability,” 30:7

Watson, Baxter, 158:16–17

Watson, David P. H. (modelmaker and author)

“William Falconer: From Survivor to Marine Lexicographer,” 99:3032

“A Zulu for the Scottish Fisheries Museum,” 95:33

Watson, G. L., 98:24

Watson, Jessica, 128:38, 129:5

Watson, John, 157:18

Watson, Thomas J. Jr., 69:39

Watt, James, 64:12, 64:16

Wattle (tugboat), 2:27, 25:19

Watts, Gordon, 116:24–25, 153:19

Wave (Hudson River sloop), 43:23

Waverley/Waverly (paddlewheel steamer), 3:30, 20:34, 26:29, 28:30, 33:32, 36:32, 83:53

Wavertree (ex-Don Ariano N, ex-Southgate) (full-rigged ship), 2:10, 4:13, 4:20, 4:43, 5:29, 7:1, 7:14, 7:32, 10:26, 11:25, 11:35, 12:36, 13:12, 13:17, 13:19, 13:44, 15:13, 15:51, 17:47, 18:14, 19:17, 20:2, 20:27, 20:36, 21:10, 21:32, 23:23, 24:3, 24:29, 25:4, 25:15, 25:42, 26:30, 27:38, 28:3, 28:29, 29:5, 30:43, 31:56, 32:13, 32:43, 34:4, 34:37, 38:32, 39:3, 42:3, 43:48, 44:9, 46:13, 47:6, 49:19, 52:37, 55:7–8, 57:19, 64:19, 65:37, 70:11, 70:14, 71:10–11, 71:12, 73:5, 76:7, 79:3, 100:39, 117:28, 117:29, 117:44, 122:7, 136:5, 136:6, 136:8, 141:6, 145:9, 147:7, 148:29, 150:6, 155:13, 156:13, 156:46, 161:50, 164:13

(pictures), 4:19, 8:16, 11:25, 13:12, 19:0, 19:8–13, 20:17, 20:21, 21:0, 21:10, 25:16, 34:7–10, 70:11, 110:32, 110:33, 117:44, 119:41, 123:31, 123:48, 136:9, 142:8, 152:28–30, 155:0, 155:12–13, 155:18, 155:22–23, 156:16, 161:30, 164:13

contributions toward, 34:11, 53:42–43

in dry dock, 155:0

in the Falklands, 13:38, 13:39

figurehead, 20:17

finding of, 20:18–23

names of the sails, 155:18–21

oceangoing career of, 19:8–13

restoration work 1980–1984, 34:11

at South Street Seaport Museum, 19:12, 156:16–17

stabilization and restoration of, 20:17, 34:7–11, 152:28–31, 154:53, 155:22–23

towing in to Liverpool (1910), 13:41, 25:16–17

“Wavertree Memories,” 19:13

Wavertree on the Ways,” 152:28–31

Wavertree Restoration: Notes from the Shipyard,” 155:22–23

“Wavertree to Windward,” 19:8–12

Wawona (three-masted Pacific wooden coasting schooner), 2:31, 5:30, 11:35, 18:45, 21:10, 21:24–28, 22:9–13, 22:41, 23:4, 24:32, 25:89, 25:9, 27:6, 36:35–36, 67:35, 83:55, 106:18, 125:51, 133:23

(pictures), 21:24, 21:26, 22:10, 106:18, 133:23, 145:42–47, 146:6

deconstruction of, 145:42–47, 146:5–6

“The Wawona Is Waiting”

Part I, 21:24–28

Part II, 22:9–13

Part III, 25:8–9

Way, Frederick Jr.

“The Delta Queen Comes to the Mississippi,” 53:36–38

“The Way of the Sea: Your Turn Today—Mine Tomorrow,” 14:63

Wayling, Ron, 72:19

Wayne, Anthony, 98:12

Wayne, USS, 123:6

“‘We Are Not Alone,’” 48:38

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

“We Could Do No Less Than Respond With Loyalty,” 21:7

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

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

“‘We Were There to Prove Ourselves,’” 100:19–20

wearing ship (gybing), 52:31–32

weather

ditties, 147:5

gauge, 135:6

lore, 146:34–35

sou’westers, 128:40

trade winds, 134:36

water cycle, 148:46

winds, 134:36

Weatherly (yacht), 116:22, 158:25

Webb, Robert Lloyd

“Dauber’s Lucky Brother: Charles Robert Patterson,” 114:12–16

weblogs, 113:33

Webster, Charles, 106:22

diary from sea, 106:23–25

Webster, Daniel, 113:19

Webster, Elbridge, 127:6

Webster, Irmy, 127:8, 127:8, 132:8, 132:8, 135:8, 135:8, 161:11

Webster, Philip, 113:6, 121:8, 127:8, 127:8, 132:8, 132:8, 135:8, 135:8, 160:12, 160:12, 161:10, 161:11, 161:11, 163:10

Webster, Philip J.

“Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum,” 122:16–19

“Exploring the Chesapeake Bay with Captain John Smith: 1608 and 2007,” 118:24–30

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

Webster, Robert M.

“Dr. Charles Webster, Ship’s Surgeon,” 106:22

Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842, 132:10, 152:24

Wede, Karl, 26:10

Weeks, John W., 165:43

Weems, Philip, 108:8–10, 108:8–9

Wegner, Josef, 157:40

Weinstein, Robert A., 74:38

Weir, Earle P., 35:12

“‘Be Good Seamen,’” 35:25

Weir, Robert (artist), 58:0

Weirich, Jeremy, 133:4, 133:4, 158:13

Weiringer aken, 11:7

Weiss, Robert (scrimshander), 76:28, 77:24–25, 77:26, 87:26

Welcome (British war sloop reproduction), 5:32, 8:17, 17:26, 17:29, 23:26, 41:32, 68:32–33

“Welcome Home to a Crew-in-Training,” 86:7

“Welcome to the New Land, Draken Harald Hårfagre,” 157:22–25

Welland, HMS (trawler), 68:11

Welland Canal, 14:43, 101:36

Welles, Gideon, 156:22–23, 156:24, 156:25, 162:17

Welles (ex-Seaconnet) (Gloucesterman), 42:12

Wellesley, Arthur (1st Duke of Wellington), 145:17, 145:17

Wellington, HMS (sloop), 12:28

Wellington (renamed Endeavour) (Cook’s barque replica), 8:25, 17:29, 22:36, 25:43, 32:22, 32:36, 53:11, 68:32, 69:37, 72:9, 72:35, 74:4, 74:30–31, 74:32, 82:36, 84:53, 85:28–29, 85:39, 86:3, 88:36, 88:36, 91:13

Wells, Daniel, 134:7

Wells, Thomas (artist and author), 16:47, 18:0, 20:44, 26:3, 26:3, 29:38–39, 30:4, 61:26

“A Cape Horn Odyssey,” 18:57–63

“A Salty Play in Three Acts: ‘The Watch On the Wheel,’” 44:20–21

“‘And Then There Were None’: A Seadog Artist Reports on the XXXIX Cape Horners World Congress,” 29:22–23

Welsh, Barbara, 50:22, 50:23

Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum, 25:44

Wendler, William F.

“The Four Sisters,” 54:15

Wennerberg, John, 131:10

Werner, Arthur, 62:7–8

Weschler, Thomas R., 46:5

Wesley, Richard, 154:13, 154:13, 154:14

“Wesley Marrs Sets His Stays’l,” 49:46–47

West, Ralph W.

“The Loss of the Pamir,” 46:8–9

West Calera (steamer), 15:41

West Cherow (steamer), 15:41

West Coast (steam schooner), 79:14

West Erral, SS (freighter), 134:27

West Harcuvar, SS, 3:21

West Harshaw, SS (freighter), 134:26–29, 134:27

West Honaker (blockship), 69:18

West India Company, 58:19–20

West of Scotland Boat Museum, 26:28

West Point (US Military Academy), 103:5, 158:35

West Point, USS (ex-SS America), (steamship), 56:44, 98:33, 161:22

Westchester County, USS (LST-1167; WESCO) (amphibious vessel), 87:38, 87:38, 94:21

Westerdahl, Christer, 153:19

Western Ocean (packet), 17:43

Western Shore (clipper ship), 117:24

Western Union (renamed Amistad) (coasting schooner/slave ship), 5:15, 10:27, 71:20–21, 71:21, 71:22, 71:23, 107:24, 132:43, 149:4, 150:5, 154:54–55, 154:54

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

Western Union (schooner), 24:31, 33:33, 36:22, 39:32–33, 39:32

Westernland, clipper card (trading card), 40:28

Westfield, USS, 129:43

Westgate (refrigerated ship), 5:19

Westmoreland, William C., 140:11

Westmoreland (steamer), 34:34

Weston, Jack, 47:9

Westover, Robert H., “SS United States,” 108:33

Westward (racing schooner), 91:39, 93:38

Westward (1961 sail training schooner), 4:17, 4:35, 5:22, 5:23, 6:29, 8:23, 9:16, 9:16, 11:33, 12:37, 13:23, 19:19, 21:32, 24:29, 47:11, 55:20–21, 57:17, 78:4, 89:35, 105:38, 107:4, 110:9, 112:40, 112:40, 115:0, 115:36, 115:36, 116:38, 117:40, 127:44–45, 142:50, 150:5, 162:47, 165:24

Westward Ho (trawler), 27:37

Westward Traces Columbus,” 55:20–21

Wetherell, C. S., 64:36

Wetsera (brigantine), 3:10

Wetton (fishing boat), 58:39

weyschuit, 34:31

whale biologists, 165:38–39

Whale Center of New England, 165:38

“Whale Chart” (Maury), 156:31, 156:32

whale sharks, 123:37, 144:45

whale watch videographer, 138:33

whaleboat replicas, 9:17

Whalen, Daniel W., 122:13, 129:8

whales, 148:36, 156:31

Beluga, 123:37, 158:38–40

and the equator, 156:31

humpback, 123:37

killer whales, 123:37

products from, 109:22, 128:16, 128:16, 157:42–43

right whales, 160:46–47

sperm whales, 123:37, 128:16–20, 129:6, 162:40–41

teeth of, 128:16–20

white whales, 123:37

whaleships, 2:29–30, 90:0, 156:32–33

Acushnet, 99:15–16, 134:19

Alexander, 51:5

Alliance, 16:19

Andrew Hicks, 51:5

Ansel Gibbs, 2:26

Asia, 16:19

Balaena, 18:42

Barba Negra (converted to barquentine), 3:5, 4:19, 4:35, 10:28, 13:12

Bear, 46:27, 121:17, 122:5

Beaver, 86:12

Canton, 16:47, 123:18–19

Charles and Henry, 99:15, 99:16

Commodore Morris, 81:29

Daniel Wood, 125:19

Dawn, 136:40

Diana, 25:43

Edgar, 18:41

Emma F. Herriman, 51:5

Emporium, 51:5

Essex, 21:31, 99:16, 125:19, 132:34, 136:12, 150:50

Florida, 94:39

Franklin, 79:12

Gay Head, 51:5

Hannibal, 74:20, 74:21

Hermes, 125:16, 127:23, 127:25

Industry, 108:3

James Arnold, 21:3

John Howland, 79:12–13, 79:13

John Winthrop, 51:5

Joseph Starbuck, 140:24, 161:34

Josephine, 78:23

Kate Cory, 6:3

Lagoda, 10:26, 11:30, 17:28, 114:40, 114:40, 125:41, 134:9

Manta, 8:20

Marengo, 94:39

Maro, 127:23

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

Mary D. Hume, 8:14, 8:16, 13:49, 15:53, 25:23, 25:23, 41:32, 43:4

Mary D. Leach, 51:5

Montezuma, 51:5

  1. P. Talmadge, 18:41

Nancy, 153:34, 153:35

Neptune, 121:15

Newburyport, 74:20–21

Niantic, 11:33, 12:6, 12:36, 12:41, 14:32, 15:44–46, 15:46, 18:14, 36:15–16, 90:34, 102:30

North America, 164:38

North Star, 139:27, 150:14

Parker, 106:36, 125:14, 125:18, 127:25

Pearl, 125:15, 125:16, 127:23, 127:25

Richmond, 18:41

Sappho, 126:28

Sassacus, 30:9, 51:5

and sharks, 164:38–42

Sharon, 105:15–17

South Seaman, 125:19

Syren, 127:23

Thetis, 121:17, 122:5

Tiger, 74:21–22, 164:41

Tuscarora, 18:41

Twilight, 104:22

Vernon Langille, 16:37, 22:38

Wanderer, 10:26, 24:36, 134:17, 147:25

“Whales’ Tales: Matthew Fontaine Maury and the American Quest for the Northwest Passage,” 156:30–33

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

whaling, 18:41, 134:16

as ancient tradition, 123:36

in Britain, 156:30

Captains’s wives, 74:20–22

“cutting in,” 164:39, 164:39, 164:40

in San Francisco, 117:25

shore whaling, 2:30

Whaling Crew List Index, 103:38

Whaling Enshrined, 96:18, 134:17

Whaling Heritage Symposiums, 41:32, 122:50, 123:12, 123:45, 124:8

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

Whaling Museum (New Bedford, MA). See New Bedford Whaling Museum

“Whaling Shipwrecks in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands: the 2008 Maritime Heritage Archaeological Expedition to the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument,” 125:14–19

“Whaling Wives, Sister Sailors,” 74:20–22

WhalingHistory.org, 164:51

Wharton, Kaiulani Williams, 91:25

“What Is Archaeology?,” 51:8

“‘What Manner of Men Were They?’” 35:24

“What to do with the Evelina M Goulart,” 131:12–14

Whatcom Maritime Museum, 79:37

“What’s In a Name: A Tour Through the Actual Practices of How Warships Get Their Names,” 30:8–10

Whelan, Rob, 143:21, 143:23

When and If, (schooner), 163:28

“Where Does Humanity Fit In?” 58:9

“Where Sea Adventure Spreads Learning,” 104:32, 104:35–36

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

wherries, 17:20–21, 20:4

Whipple, Bob, 10:23

Whipple, Seth Arca (artist), 15:56, 47:0

Whipple, William, 103:14

Whisper (Wianno senior), 51:47–48, 53:5–6

Whistler, George Washington (artist), 15:56

Whistler, James A. McNeill (artist), 15:56, 113:34

Whistling up a Breeze (superstition), 101:29

Whitcomb, Eben, 7:11, 7:11

Whitcombe, Mark (artist), 40:30

White, Bill, 113:6, 115:6

White, Bob, 57:30

White, Colin, 127:5–6

White, James “Jamie,” 133:42–43, 133:42, 155:22, 156:46, 156:46

White, John (artist), 15:56

sketches of the New World, 55:24–27

White, Raymond D.

“American Marine Artists: A Research Project,” 15:54–56

“An Appreciation of William Alexander Coulter,” 22:29–31

White, Steve, 133:8, 134:18–19, 144:39, 144:40, 149:8, 154:13, 154:13, 154:15, 157:43

White, William H., 85:7, 93:7, 97:6, 99:5, 107:6, 111:2, 124:46, 133:47, 133:47, 134:4

Constitution’s Most Challenging Fight and the Battle of New Orleans—A Look at the FInal Battles of the War of 1812,” 141:10–16

“The Barbary Wars,” 105:9–13

“The Barron/Decatur Letters, June 1819 to February 1820, Which Led to the Untimely Death of Stephen Decatur,” 118:16–19

“David Dixon Porter Jr.: A Warrior Uncomfortable with Peace,” 129:16–20

“Heroes of the Sailing Navy: James Lawrence,” 114:26–30

“Heroes of the Sailing Navy: Steven Decatur Jr.,” 116:10–14

“Heroes of the Sailing Navy: William Bainbridge,” 112:12–15

“Heroes of the Sailing Navy: William Henry Allen,” 110:28–31

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

“HM Prison Dartmoor––A Paradox in Devon, England,” 165:18–21

“In the Wake of Bounty: A Voyage of Recovery,” 121:20–25

“War of 1812: The Burning of Washingson, and the ‘Star-Spangled Banner,’” 140:14–18

“The War of 1812: Year Two,” 136:10–15

“The War of 1812: Year Three,” 137:10–16

“The War of 1812’s Final Chapter: At Sea and at the Negotiating Table,” 150:20–23

“The War of 1812—Understudied, Misunderstood, and Forgotten,” 133:10–12, 134:10–14

“The War of 1812: USS United States vs. HMS Macedonian,” 135:10–14

White Act, 121:12, 160:29

White Elephant Management, 30:40–41, 33:33

White Plains (escort carrier), 71:17

White Shark (three-masted schooner), 69:5

white shrimp, 156:43

White Squall (film), 76:37

White Star Clippers, 89:38

White Star liners, 156:17

white sturgeon, 146:35–37

White Tower (Thessalonika), 146:16

white whales, 123:37

“White Wings on Seas of Glory,” 5:15

White Witch (ex-Ciudad de Inca; ex-Inca) (schooner), 21:29, 28:42, 29:26

Whitehead, Donald

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

Whitehorse (sternwheel steamboat), 3:31

Whitelaw (salvage steamer), 63:20–21

Whitesboro (steam schooner), 79:14

Whiteside, Henry, 165:34–36

Whitfield, William H., 79:12–13

“Whither the Dainty?” 30:11

Whitlock, Peter Charles, 53:41

“To Raise the Mary Rose!” 23:6–13

Whitman, Walt, 13:63, 144:29

Whitney, Harry, 151:10–13, 151:10, 151:12

Whittemore, James R., 63:8, 63:39

Whittum, John, 154:26

Why Ask (sloop), 40:44, 40:46

“Why Build This Ship? Kalmar Nyckel Takes Her Place in the Fleet,” 86:22–23

“Why Educate by Building Wooden Boats?” 10:3

“Why Save Historic Ships?” 110:32–34

Whydah Archaeologists Defend Their Project,” 51:7. See also Wydah project.

Whydah slave ship excavation, 51:7, 68:16, 156:29. See also Wydah project.

“The Wianno Senior: 75 Years Young!” 51:12

Wianno Seniors, 51:12–13, 51:47–48

Wiannos, 53:5–6

Wichita (US cruiser), 62:15

Wick Heritage Society, 48:11

Wickes, Lambert, 101:3

Wicksteed, Godfrey, 19:18, 83:53

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

Wigglesworth, Edward, 117:16

Wignall, Sydney

“The Search for the Bonhomme Richard,” 12:25–26

Wigsten, Hjalmar, 142:11

Wilbur, Curtis, 151:30

Wilcox, Martin, 68:22

Wild, Frank, 142:30, 142:33

Wilde, Hamilton Gibbs (artist), 150:29

Wilde-Ramsing, Mark

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

“Wildlife and Windjammers,” 18:20

Wildwood, 142:51

Wiles, Peter Sr., 75:37

Wilhelm Bauer (ex-U-2540) (U-boat), 29:30, 32:42

Wilhelm Pieck (renamed Greif) (brigantine), 3:10, 3:10, 65:39

Wilhelmina (wooden kotter), 25:33

Wilhelmsson, Jerry, 157:44

Wilkes, Charles, 38:34, 109:3, 109:3, 156:30

Wilkes, Hamilton, 97:8, 143:32

Wilkes, James

“Schooner Sherman Zwicker; Making the Transition from Sail to Power on the Grand Banks,” 150:36–40

Wilkie, James J., 144:31

Wilkie II (replica paddlewheel steamboat), 20:42

Wilkinson, James, 136:12

Wilkinson, Norman (artist), 15:54, 98:32

Wilkinson, William, 1:33

Will, John Mylin “Dutch,” 21:7, 21:7, 21:16, 33:25

Will Rogers (submarine), 30:10

“Will There Be a Main Skysail-Yarder in Operation Sail 1992?” 52:36–37

Willard, Jack

“Battleship New Jersey,” 107:12

Willard Mudgett (barque), 114:34

Willauer, Peter O., 51:29

Willcox, Roland, 84:27

Willett, Donald E.

“At War Before the War––SS City of Flint’s Ordeal Under the Nazi Flag,” 159:10–14

Willett, Kenneth M., 35:22

William A. Coulte, SS (Liberty ship), 22:31

William A. Graber (schooner), 8:20

William A. Grosier (Cape Verde schooner), 9:28

William A. Irvin (Great Lakes ore carrier), 49:5, 148:30

William A. Vail (schooner), 36:12

William B. Allison (Liberty ship), 92:4

William B. Tennison (bugeye), 14:49, 14:49, 17:36, 25:46, 32:43, 67:36

William Bryan (schooner), 36:16

William C. Daldy (steam tug), 14:43, 25:19

William Carson (barque), 21:27

William Clark, SS (Liberty ship), 149:14, 149:14

William Dollar (four-masted barque), 15:52, 114:0

William F. Romer (steamboat), 37:13

“William Falconer: From Survivor to Marine Lexicographer,” 99:30–32

William G. Mather, SS (bulk cargo carrier), 49:5, 67:4, 71:7, 71:7, 72:34, 76:37, 148:30, 148:30

William Gaston, SS (Liberty ship), 35:14–19, 35:16, 39:3

“William Gordon Muller, Steamboats, and the Hudson River,” 58:24–26

William Grabner (Cape Verde packet), 8:21

William Gray, 90:35, 91:3

William H. Albury (schooner), 85:18, 85:18, 89:35, 89:35

William H. Macy, 9:33, 15:52

William H. Smith (Down East fishing trawler), 15:52, 19:41

William Hooper, SS (Liberty ship), 11:21

William Hunter (schooner), 68:5

William Johnson, SS (Liberty ship), 49:5

William L. Douglas (six-master), 16:25

William L. Elkins (schooner), 50:7

William M. Black (sidewheel dredge), 43:8, 43:8, 43:9, 160:52, 160:52

“William M. Davis: Artist of Port Jefferson,” 50:24–26

William M. Tweed (steam yacht), 9:32

William Manson (barque), 161:31

William Mason (brig), 125:6

William McCann (ex-City of Edinboro; ex-Sjoborgin) (sailing trawler), 22:36, 27:37, 28:30

William Mitchell (sidewheel steam dredge), 68:32

William N. Pendleton, SS (Liberty ship), 69:22–23

William Nottingham (four-masted schooner), 22:12

William O. Benson (fantail steam launch), 30:40, 82:4

William P. McArthur, 142:51

William Pendleton, 69:30

William Penn (barque), 127:6

William S. Mitchell (paddlewheeler), 43:4

William Shand ((hulk, formerly barque), 13:41, 38:16, 162:30

William Stewart (renamed John Taxis) (tugboat), 13:48, 25:18, 25:46

William Vail, 36:16

William Williams, SS (Liberty ship), 11:21–22

Williams, Anne Kaiulani, 11:26

Williams, Ann Sparrow, 11:26

Williams, Arthur, 11:26

Williams, Emma Kaiulani Sewall, 11:26

Williams, Harold Sewall, 11:26

Williams, Jan, 95:5

Williams, John D., 154:22, 154:24

Williams, John Winslow, 11:26

Williams, Kaiulani Cooper, 11:26, 74:4

Williams, Kaiulani Sewall, 11:26

Williams, Kaye, 95:5, 95:5

Williams, Roger III

“An Ohio River Window,” 57:28–29

Williams, Sewall

“Aloha, Kaiulani Part III: A Name That Lives,” 11:26

Williams, Stefan, 156:53

Williams, Thomas, 105:16–17

Williams College, Maritime Studies Program, 127:45

Williamsburg (yacht), 6:30

Williamsburg, USS, 28:32

Williamson, James (artist), 20:44

Williamson, R. S., 140:29

Willie R. Hume (four-masted barquentine), 117:24

Willis B. Boyer, SS (ex-SS Col. James M. Schoonmaker) (freighter), 49:5, 121:44, 147:43–44, 148:30

Willliam J. Mather (steamer), 55:29

Willmott, H. P.

“Battle of Midway: America’s First Victory in a Fleet Action in World War II,” 102:8–12

Will-o’-the-Wisp, HMS, 157:32

Willoz-Egnot, Jeanne

“A Unique Concours d’Elegance of Canoes,” 99:18–21

Wilma, 5:31

Wilma Lee (skipjack), 23:23

Wilma Rudolf (ex-Fear Not) (sailing trawler), 32:42

Wilmington, USS (gunboat), 157:18–19

Wilmington Steamboat Foundation, 18:44, 19:39, 25:45, 27:38, 31:56

Wilson, Eben, 155:42–43

Wilson, John, 132:14

Wilson, Nathaniel, 132:40, 132:40, 133:8, 133:8, 147:5, 147:24–28, 147:28

Wilson, Richard, 104:32, 104:34, 107:6

Wilson, Woodrow, 99:7–8, 104:7

Wilson, SS (steamer), 131:3

Wilton, Earl of, 97:11, 98:21

Wilton (minesweeper), 30:9

Wimsatt, Robert W. C., 101:10, 101:11

Winans, Ross, 53:43

Winans, Thomas, 53:43

Winarski, John, 128:29

Winchelsea (battleship), 85:45

Winchester (packet), 70:25

wind power, 20:7, 20:36, 21:30, 79:36, 130:44, 146:33–44

Wind Ship Development Corporation, 22:36

Wind Star (electronically automated sailing cruise ship), 59:32, 59:32

Windborne Gallery, 38:29

Winder, William, 140:15, 147:21

Windermere Steamboat Museum, 65:38

Windjammer (film), 32:26

“Window on the Royal Navy,” 76:30–31

winds, 134:36

powering railroad locomotion, 108:22, 121:5–6

sou’westers, 128:40

trade winds, 134:36

See also weather

Windship Magnificent, 20:36

Windships America, 79:36

Windy, 164:30

Windy I (schooner), 92:38

Windy II (barkentine), 92:38

Wines, Charlie, 68:11

Winfield Scott (sidewheel steamer), 58:38, 130:14, 130:14, 130:15

Wing, William R., 96:47

Wingfield Castle (paddle wheeler), 18:47, 28:30

Winifred, SS, 129:34

Winkleigh (British freighter), 144:26

Winkler, David F., 129:42, 129:42, 144:12

“A Centennial of American Destroyers,” 100:15–18

“‘Wisky’ Aground: Inter-Service Can-Do Saves the Day!” 92:17–18

Winnebago (steel steam schooner), 39:46

Winnepesauke (Cape Verde packet), 8:20

“Winning the America’s Cup in 1851,” 97:7–10

“Winning Their Way to Bermuda,” 47:8–10

Winona County Historical Society, 12:42

Winslow, Charles Eliot, 130:30–33, 130:30, 130:31

Winslow, Eliot, 142:16–22, 142:16

Winslow, Job, 36:13

Winslow, USS (torpedo boat), 157:16–20, 157:17, 157:17–18, 157:18, 157:18–19

Winslow Homer Studio, 140:40–41, 140:41

Winston Churchill, USS (destroyer), 100:15

Winter, Anne Kaiulani (daughter), 11:26, 91:25

Winter, Anne Kaiulani Williams (mother), 11:26, 91:25

Winter, Edward, 11:26

Winter, John, 80:11, 143:16, 143:18

“Winter Alongside,” 42:44–46

Winter Quarter lightship LV-107, 82:34

Winterer, William G., 55:7

Winterhude, 93:18

Wire (Coast Guard tugboat), 71:38

“Wireless Goes to Sea: Marconi’s Radio and SS Ponce,” 122:20–23

Wisconsin, USS “Wisky” (battleship), 92:17–18, 92:17–18, 94:21, 108:4, 108:4, 123:46, 148:33, 155:50

“Wisconsin Fourth Graders ‘Adopt-a-Ship,” 64:8

Wisconsin Historical Society, Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program (MPA), 106:9

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

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

Wisconsin Maritime Trails Program, 123:47

Wisconsin Underwater Archaeology Association, 118:40

“‘Wisky’ Aground: Inter-Service Can-Do Saves the Day!” 92:17–18

Wisla (ex-Elm Branch; ex-Ellen Jensen; now Furley Beeches) (steamer; turret ship), 22:4

“With U-53 to America”

Part I, 55:44–45

Part II,” 56:44–45

Wittek, Seymour, 126:20, 130:4, 130:10, 130:10

Wittholz, Charles W., 12:22–24, 68:37, 95:9, 142:13

Witty, Anne, 158:44

WLV-604 Columbia Lightship, 126:15

WLV-605 Relief Lightship, 126:15

WLV-612 (Nantucket lightship), 126:12

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

Wm B. Tennison. See William B. Tennison (bugeye)

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

Wm. H. Smith (Down East schooner), 15:52, 19:41

Wm. McCann (sailing trawler), (ex-City of Edinboro; ex-Sjoborgin) (sailing trawler), 22:36, 27:37, 28:30

Woerner, Frank, 4:42

Wolf (German raider), 86:4

Wolfe, Elridge, 131:9

Wolff, Jane

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

Woltman (tugboat), 25:19

Wolverine (ex-USS Michigan) (iron-hulled warship), 66:10, 66:10, 67:7

women

in maritime history, 128:43

sailing ships, 13:5, 20:36, 140:48

wives of naval captains, 152:36–39

wives of whaling captains on shore, 85:42–45

wives of whaling captains at sea, 74:20–22

Women at the Helm (WATH), 20:36

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

Women’s Maritime Association, 23:21

Women’s Royal Naval Service (WRNS), 147:32

Wood, Aaron, 69:5

Wood, David V. V., 66:4, 66:6, 113:38

“Sail Training: The Next Century,” 70:20–23

Wood, Fred, 30:25

Wood, John Taylor, 151:34–35, 151:35

Wood, Rick, 95:29

Wood, Sarah, 165:13

Wood, William, 164:46

Wood Island Life Saving Station, 157:44–45, 159:5–6, 159:5

Wood Island Lighthouse, 157:44, 157:44, 159:5–6

Woodburn, 93:17

Woodbury, USS (destroyer), 109:4

Wooden Boat Festival, 24:31, 25:47

Wooden Boat Foundation, 76:36

Wooden Boat Rendezvous, 32:43

Wooden Boat Rescue Foundation (WBRF), 123:47

Wooden Boatbuilding Apprenticeship Program, 24:29

Wooden Boatbuilding Symposium, 25:47

Wooden Bones—The Sunken Fleet of 1758 (documentary), 132:47

“‘Wooden Ship Era’ Opens at Manitowoc,” 29:29

Wooden Shoe (Dutch botter), 30:22

WoodenBoat, 21:30

Woodenboat Apprenticeship, 20:39

WoodenBoat Show, 62:36

Woods, Woodson K., 136:30, 136:30, 137:8, 137:8

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI), 37:39, 135:35, 153:20, 155:52–53, 156:51–53

Woodward, Mabel M. (artist), 15:55

Woodwind (schooner), 92:12, 150:8, 150:8

Woody Guthrie (ferry sloop), 11:34–35, 13:16, 14:44, 18:46, 22:38, 32:43, 37:18, 161:51, 161:51

Wool, John, 134:12

Woolf, Virginia, 137:26–28

Woolsey, Bob, 154:35–36

Woolsey, Charles H., 144:31, 144:32

Worcester (stationary schoolship), 3:13

Worcester (tugboat), 25:18, 25:18

Worcester, USS, 57:14

“The Work of Captain George Comer—Whaling and Anthropology in the Arctic,” 123:18–22

Working Harbor Committee, 155:16

“Working Sail: Ten Vessels that Do Real Jobs Under Sail,” 7:11–13

Working Watercraft Committee, 155:16

“Working With the Medium,” 92:20–22

Works Project Administration, 128:22

World Congress of Amicale Internationale des Captains au long Cours Cap-Horniers Saint-Malo (AICH), 64:39

World Hercules, 20:46

World Marine Millennial Conference, 86:5, 91:36, 93:7

World Ocean Day, 115:35

World Ocean Observatory (W2O), 127:44–45

World Ocean School, 103:36, 163:24–27, 163:25, 163:26

“The World of the Dutch East India Company,” 102:14–15

World Ship Trust, 7:16–18, 9:1, 13:22, 16:9, 19:18–19, 20:32, 21:10, 25:42, 27:38, 31:53, 32:41, 36:33, 44:24, 57:20, 57:22, 69:38, 77:41, 90:40, 100:35, 100:39, 100:41, 117:28, 119:34, 155:13

1984 report, 34:36–37

1985 report, 38:32

1986 report 42:35

1987 report, 46:38

1990 report, 54:12

first ten years report, 54:12

Maritime Heritage Award, 99:36, 104:11

“The World Ship Trust Celebrates the Charles W. Morgan,” 96:13

World Ship Trust Council, 93:6

“The World Ship Trust Established,” 16:9

“World Ship Trust Report: The First Ten Years,” 54:12

World Ship Trust Roundup, 83:51

World Trade Center, 99:12–13

World Trade Center Ship, 99:13, 132:47, 132:47

World War I, 103:11, 104:7, 146:31

100th anniversary, 148:10

Cruiser and Transport Force, 161:18–22

Queenstown Naval Command, 99:7–10

World War II, 92:10–11, 103:11, 146:32. See also Atlantic, Battle of; convoys (WWII)

Battle of Midway, 102:8–12

Crystal Project, 101:10–13

Cunard liners in, 95:16

D-Day, 69:8

merchant marine, 35:10

ocean liner dazzle and drab paint schemes, 98:32–33

Operation Overlord, 69:10–16

Pacific War Veteran Vessels in Museums, 73:17

retrospective, 75:6

shipping losses, 68:8–9

subchasers, 84:16–20

U-boats in the Gulf of Mexico, 155:26–30

war at sea, 87:34–37

war in the Atlantic, 91:32–34

war in the Pacific, 71:4, 71:14–17

“World War II Is Over—What Did Victory Mean?” 75:6

World’s Fair 1984, 31:55

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

“Worldscape” videos, 67:26–30

Worley, Sharon

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

Worsley, John (artist), 35:38, 147:32

Wort, Jean, 80:4, 85:6, 87:5, 97:6, 155:15, 156:44

“Historic Ship Profile: My Commander,” 75:19

Wort, John P., 116:44

Wray Castle (British fullrigger), 9:5

“The Wreck of the Breadalbane,” 22:26

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

“Wreck Preservation in Canada,” 52:9

“wreckers,” 39:15

Wright, Bert (artist), 42:24–25

Wright, Michael, 15:26–27

Wright, Rinn, 49:31

Wright, SS, 161:8

“Writer, Painter, Seafarer: The Captain John J. Bertonccini Collection,” 90:24–26

Wuerth, Pamela

“A Soviet-American Sail,” 57:18

Wulfram Puget, 6:35

Wunderlich & Company, 42:26

Würdemann, Erich, 155:26, 155:28

Wyatt, Anne, 85:45

Wydah project, 50:11, 54:9. See also Whydah, Whydah Project.

Wylie, J.C., 17:19

Wyllie, William Lionel (artist), 60:29

Wyomi (ketch), 64:6

Wyoming (six-masted schooner), 84:22, 106:37, 1:33, 130:46, 142:55, 142:55, 145:11

sculpture of, 113:39, 118:38, 145:46

Wyoming (six-masted schooner reconstruction), 106:37