USS Macdonough IV - History

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Macdonough
(DLG-8: dp. 5,368; 1. 613'; b. 63'; dr. 24'6"; s. 35 k.; cpl. 377; a. 1 5", 2 3", Terrier missile, ASROC- cl. Coontz. )

The fourth Macdonough was projected as DL-8, but redesignated DLG-8 prior to keel laying by the Fore River Shipyard, Bethlehem Steel Co., Quincy, Mass., 15 April 1968; launched 9 July 1969, sponsored by Mrs. Agnes Macdonough Wilson, great-granddaughter of Commodore Thomas Macdonough; and commissioned 4 November 196l, Comdr. Wm. G. Hurley in command.

The guided-missile frigate Macdonough, having undergone an extended shakedown and training period, reported to her home port at Charleston, S.C., 23 September 1962 and assumed duties as flagship for Commander, Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla 6, Atlantic Fleet. A month later she Joined other units of the 2d Fleet in enforcing the Cuban quarantine, remaining with that force until it was dissolved on Thanksgiving Day. The first 3 months of 1963 were spent firing missiles off the coast of Florida under the auspices of the Operational Test and evaluation Force. She returned to Charleston in March and operated in the Charleston-Norfolk area until departing on her first 6th Fleet deployment 4 June.

The frigate cruised the Mediterranean until the following fall, taking part in scheduled fleet exercises and training operations. U,pon her return to the Atlantic Coast, 26 October, she resumed operations in the Charleston area. With the new year, 1964, Macdonough steamed south to Puerto Rico for training Exercises with the 2d Fleet. During these exercises~, she participated in an Atlantic fleet live-fire antiair warfare exercise, which Included missile firing at drone air raft. The ship returned .to Charleston for 2 weeks in February, and then put out to sea again for carrier exercises on the East Coast followed by helicopter evacuation tests in the Atlantic.

Macdonoughs 'a second Mediterranean deployment, 10 July to 22 December 1964, was followed by a 6-month overhaul at the Charleston Naval shipyard. Coastal operations out of home port occupied the frigate until mid" September 1966, when she proceeded to the Atlantic Fleet Missile Range and then to Guantamo Bay, Cuba, for training exercises. Having returned to her Charleston home port in early November, Macdonough prepared for another Mediterranean deployment, departing Charleston at the end of the month

On 8 April 1966, Macdonough returned to South Carolina and once again resumed operations and fleet and squadron exercises along the southern East Coast and in the Caribbean. During the summer a midshipman training cruise took the frigate to several east coast ports and to the Caribbean. After participating in "LANTFLEX 66," and AAW/ASW/amphibious exercise, she returned to Charleston l6 December.

After conducting further exercises off the east coast,Macdonough prepared once again for oversee movement and, on 2 May 1967, she departed Charleston for her fourth Mediterranean cruise. She conducted summer midship. men training, visited various Mediterranean ports and participated in several joint exercises with ships of Allied navies, returning to South Carolina 28 October.

Macdonough continued operating with the mighty 2d fleet until May 1968 when she again deployed to the Mediterranean, returning to her home port in September. She remained off the east coast into 1969


After shakedown, Macdonough spent seven months as a training ship for midshipmen at the Naval Academy, Annapolis. On 31 May 1904 she joined the Coast Squadron, North Atlantic Fleet and for the next three years, operated along the east coast and in the Caribbean. She was ordered to the Reserve Torpedo Fleet at Norfolk on 16 May 1907 and served with that fleet until the following year.

Placed in full commission on 21 November 1908, Macdonough became the flagship of the 3d Torpedo Flotilla and sailed for Pensacola, Florida. She participated in operations out of that port until the following spring, when she returned to the East Coast. During the summer of 1909, she cruised with the Atlantic Torpedo Squadron off New England. She then returned to the Gulf of Mexico and steamed up the Mississippi River for the St. Louis Centennial Celebration. Returning to the East Coast in December, she was placed in reserve at Charleston, South Carolina on the 16th. During the summer of 1910, Macdonough took part in summer exercises and returned to Charleston where, with the exception of two cruises to New York, she remained for the next two years. In 1913 and 1914, she conducted summer cruises for the Massachusetts Naval Militia.

On 29 January 1915, Macdonough was detached from the Reserve Torpedo Flotilla and assigned to the Submarine Flotilla, Atlantic Fleet. For the next two years she operated with submarines in maneuvers and exercises from Pensacola to Newport. Following this duty, on 27 March 1917, she commenced a recruiting cruise along the Mississippi River.

Following the United States entry into World War I in April, Macdonough took departure from New Orleans in mid-June for Charleston, where she joined the Destroyer Force, Atlantic Fleet. Until January 1918, she performed screening assignments off the East Coast.

On 16 January 1918, Macdonough departed Philadelphia for Brest, France, ar riving 20 February. She remained off the coast of France, providing escort and patrol services, until 20 May 1919. Sailing for the United States, she arrived at Philadelphia 24 June and remained there until decommissioned on 3 September. Her name was struck from the Naval Register on 7 November 1919 and her hulk was sold for scrapping on 10 March 1920.


USS Macdonough (DDG-39)

USS MacDonough (DLG-8/DDG-39) named for Commodore Thomas Macdonough was the 4th ship of the United States Navy to be named for him.

The fourth Macdonough was projected as DL-8, but redesignated DLG-8 prior to keel laying by the Fore River Shipyard, Bethlehem Steel Co., Quincy, Massachusetts, 16 April 1958 launched 9 July 1959, sponsored by Mrs. Agnes Macdonough Wilson, great-granddaughter of Commodore Thomas Macdonough and commissioned 4 November 1961, Comdr. Wm. G. Hurley in command.

The guided-missile frigate Macdonough, having undergone an extended shakedown and training period, reported to her home port at Charleston, S.C., 23 September 1962 and assumed duties as flagship for Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla 6, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. A month later she joined other units of the U.S. 2nd Fleet in enforcing the Cuban quarantine, remaining with that force until it was dissolved on Thanksgiving Day. The first 3 months of 1963 were spent firing missiles off the coast of Florida under the auspices of the Operational Test and Evaluation Force. She returned to Charleston in March and operated in the Charleston-Norfolk area until departing on her first U.S. 6th Fleet deployment 4 June.

The frigate cruised the Mediterranean until the following fall, taking part in scheduled fleet exercises and training operations. Upon her return to the East Coast, 26 October, she resumed operations in the Charleston area. With the new year, 1964, Macdonough steamed south to Puerto Rico for training exercises with the 2nd Fleet. During these exercises she participated in an Atlantic Fleet live-firing antiair warfare exercise, which included missile firing at drone aircraft. The ship returne d to Charleston for 2 weeks in February, and then put out to sea again for carrier exercises off the East Coast followed by helicopter evaluation tests in the Atlantic.

Macdonough's second Mediterranean deployment, 10 July to 22 December 1964, was followed by a 6-month overhaul at the Charleston Naval Shipyard. Coastal operations out of home port occupied the frigate until mid-September 1965, when she proceeded to the Atlantic Fleet Missile Range and then to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for training exercises. Having returned to her Charleston home port in early November, Macdonough prepared for another Mediterranean deployment, departing Charleston at the end of the month. Macdonough served as flagship for the recovery effort of the Palomares Incident during the third Mediterranean deployment. Ώ]

On 8 April 1966, Macdonough returned to South Carolina and once again resumed operations and fleet and squadron exercises along the southern east coast and in the Caribbean. During the summer a midshipman training cruise took the frigate to several east coast ports and to the Caribbean. After participating in "LANTFLEX 66," and AAW/ASW/amphibious exercise, she returned to Charleston 16 December.

After conducting further exercises off the east coast, Macdonough prepared once again for overseas movement and, on 2 May 1967, she departed Charleston for her fourth Mediterranean cruise. She conducted summer midshipmen training, visited various Mediterranean ports and participate in several joint exercises with ships of Allied navies, returning to South Carolina 28 October.

Macdonough continued operating with the 2nd Fleet until May 1968 when she again deployed to the Mediterranean, returning to her home port in September. She remained off the east coast into 1969.


Following an extensive shakedown cruise to Europe and western South America, Macdonough joined the Pacific Fleet and operated out of San Diego until 12 October 1939. She then shifted to a new home port, Pearl Harbor as part of Destroyer Squadron 1. In port 7 December 1941, Macdonough splashed one of the Japanese attack plane before heading out to sea to join others in the search for the enemy task force. For the next 3 months, the destroyer performed scouting assignments southwest of Oahu. Before returning to Pearl Harbor to escort convoys to and from west coast ports, she steamed as far as New Guinea, lending support to air strikes on Bougainville, Salamaua and Lae.

Macdonough returned to the western Pacific to prepare for the Guadalcanal invasion. Operating with Saratoga, she provided cover for the landings on Guadalcanal and Tulagi, 7 August 1942. She remained in the area, taking part in the Battle of Savo Island and fighting enemy aircraft and shipping during the landing of reinforcements on the island. At the end of September, she commenced escort work, plying between New Guinea, Espiritu Santo and Pearl Harbor until reporting to Mare Island, 22 December, for overhaul.

Macdonough next steamed north for the assault and occupation of Attu Island in the Aleutians. Arriving at Adak, Alaska, 16 April 1943, the destroyer patrolled northeast of Attu until the assault. On 10 May, while maneuvering in heavy weather to guard the attack transports, she collided with Sicard and was forced to retire under tow. The ship remained in the repairs dock at Mare Island until 23 September. Then she prepared to get underway for the Gilbert Islands. Arriving for the invasion of Makin Island, 20 November, she acted as control vessel for the landing craft and, following the completion of that phase of the operation, entered the lagoon to bombard Japanese installations. On 23 November, Makin was declared secure and Macdonough returned to Pearl Harbor.

In January 1944, she joined the Northern Attack Force staging for the assault on the Marshalls. As the primary fighter director ship for the initial transport group, Macdonough at first operated off Kwajalein Atoll. On 29 January, she proceeded to Wotje Atoll and participated in the shore bombardment there until returning to Kwajalein on the 31st for the occupation of Roi and Namur Islands. The indispensable destroyer then took up radar picket duties until proceeding on to Eniwetok Atoll.

On 21 and 22 February, Macdonough accurately shelled enemy positions on Parry Island at the deep entrance to Eniwetok lagoon. A month later, she was a reference and rendezvous ship for carrier TF 68, then striking the Palau Islands. Continuing her varied pace, she was at Hollandia, New Guinea by 21 April, providing fire support for the landings there. Then, at the end of the month, she steamed eastward to take up radar picket duty south of Truk. During this assignment, Macdonough, with Monterey and Stephen Potter, sank Japanese submarine RO-45, 30 April.

On 4 May, the destroyer arrived at Majuro to join the forces gathering for the invasion of the Marianas Departing the Marshalls 6 June, Macdonough operated with the Fast carrier force during the Saipan invasion. She performed screening and picket duties and was part of the bombardment group firing on Japanese installations on the west side of the island. She next took part in the Battle of the Philippine Sea, 19 to 20 June, firing at the few enemy planes which got through the combat air patrol After the victory, Macdonough returned to the Marianas. Ordered to Guam, she covered underwater demolition teams reconnoitering the beaches and provided harassing fire to prevent repairs to beach defenses on the island. On 21 July, the destroyer patrolled the waters off Guam to protect the assault craft from enemy submarines, continuing that role until departing for Hawaii 10 August.

After a brief stay at Pearl Harbor, Macdonough departed for the Admiralty Islands. She arrived at Manus 15 September and commenced escort duties. On 14 October, she accompanied troop transports to Leyte and remained to protect her charges through the battle for Leyte Gulf, 24 to 25 October. She then steamed back to Manus for another convoy to Leyte, 3 November, and upon her return to Philippine waters patrolled Leyte Gulf and the southern Surigao Strait area. The next month, Macdonough resumed escort duty. Operating out of Ulithi, she guarded feet oilers on their refueling runs in the Philippine, Formosa and South China Sea areas. In January 1946, the destroyer sailed for Puget Sound and a 3 month overhaul period. Returning to Ulithi, she was assigned to radar picket station off that island until 5 July, when she resumed screening convoys. For the remainder of the war she protected Allied shipping between Ulithi and Okinawa.

At Guam when hostilities ended, Macdonough soon received orders to return to the United States. She arrived at San Diego 3 September, continuing on the next week to the New York Navy Yard, where she decommissioned 22 October 1945. On 20 December 1946, she was sold to George H. Nutman of Brooklyn, New York.


USS MacDonough (DD-9)

USS MacDonough (DD-9) was a Lawrence class destroyer that spent most of her career operating on the US East Coast before moving to France in January 1918 to carry out convoy escort duties.

The MacDonough was laid down on 10 April 1899, launched on 24 December 1900 and commissioned on 5 September 1903. She was named after Commodore Thomas Macdonough, a successful American naval commander on Lake Champlain during the War of 1812.

After her shakedown cruise the Macdonough was used as a training ship for midshipmen at Annapolis, before on 31 May 1904 she joined the Coast Squadron of the North Atlantic Fleet. She spent three years operating with the Coast Squadron, ranging as far south as the Caribbean.

Between 16 May 1907 and 21 November 1908 the MacDonough served with the Reserve Torpedo Fleet at Norfolk.

After her return to full commission the MacDonough became the flagship of the 3rd Torpedo Flotilla, based at Pensacola, Florida. She was based there until the spring of 1909 when she returned to the east coast to join the Atlantic Torpedo Squadron. This was a short-lived assignment - in the summer of 1909 she sailed up the Mississippi to St Louis to take part in the city's Centennial Celebration.

In December 1909 the MacDonough was placed into the reserve fleet. She remained in the reserve at Charleston for two years, although did take part in the summer exercises of 1910 and make two cruises to New York during this period. In 1913 and 1914 she took part in summer cruises with the Massachusetts Naval Militia.

On 29 January 1915 the MacDonough was finally recommissioned and joined the Submarine Flotilla, Atlantic Fleet. She spent the next two years supporting the submarines as they conducted exercises along the coast between Pensacola and Newport.

From March to June 1917 the MacDonough conducted a recruiting cruise along the Mississippi River.

In April 1917 the United States entered the First World War. In June the MacDonough joined the Destroyer Force, Atlantic Fleet, and from then until January 1918 she took part in screening operations along the east coast, guarding against German U-boats. This included a period spent screening the Battleship Force Atlantic in August 1917.

On 16 January 1918 the MacDonough left Philadelphia and sailed across the Atlantic to become part of the US naval squadron operating from France. She performed a mix of escort and patrol duties from February 1918 until May 1919.

The MacDonough returned to Philadelphia on 24 June 1919, where she was decommissioned on 3 September. She was struck off the Naval Register on 7 November 1919 and sold for scrap on 10 March 1920.


Famous War of 1812 officers later led Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

PORTSMOUTH — Isaac Hull's seafaring triumphs on "Old Ironsides" helped propel his career during the early 1800s, but many might not know the famed captain of the USS Constitution was one of two War of 1812 naval heroes who served as the first commanders of the then-fledgling Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

Both Hull and Thomas MacDonough — the naval officer credited with beating the British back into Canada during fierce battles on Lake Champlain — helped shape the future of America's oldest shipyard.

The men were key players in the War of 1812, which saw an inferior United States Navy enduring port blockades and attacks by a British force unmatched at the time.

An official online Navy biography of Hull — available at http://www.history.navy.mil/bios/hull_isaac.htm — describes the Connecticut native as a determined leader. He and his crew aboard the Constitution had their most famous battle on Aug. 19, 1812, when they sailed eastward near Nova Scotia and encountered the British frigate "Guerrier."

Hull ordered his crew to hold off on firing at the British ship until they came closer together, then finally shouted: "Now, boy, pour into them."

The Constitution fired repeatedly at the "Guerrier," with records showing that Hull's crew left the British ship a burning heap. Hull's vessel was shot at repeatedly, but suffered little damage as British cannonballs glanced harmlessly off the Constitution's thick hull, giving the ship the now-famous nickname "Old Ironsides."

Today the vessel, still a commissioned warship, is homeported in Massachusetts and offers tours and historical education. Its website is available at www.history.navy.mil/USSconstitution/index.html.

Hull later became the first high-ranking naval officer assigned to lead the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

"Cradle of American Shipbuilding: A History of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard," which is regularly updated by shipyard staff, indicates Hull became the yard's first commandant in April 1813.

He requested government funding that produced the shipyard's first on-site commander's quarters, known as "Quarters A," in 1814. The house remains as the oldest standing structures at the shipyard and still can be toured.

He was commandant of the yard during the construction of the 74-gun Washington. The shipyard history indicates workers had difficulty building the ship during the War of 1812 because British port blockades made it difficult to get supplies.

Hull called on local militia forces to prepare for British attacks on the ship as it sat at the yard. An attack never came, and the Washington was launched in 1815.

The earliest available records show the shipyard only had 50 civilian employees as of 1818. It has about 4,200 today.

It was also under Hull's leadership that the first shiphouse was built at the yard to shelter workers and ships as they were being built.

Hull's duties as shipyard commandant ended about six months after the Treaty of Ghent officially ended the War of 1812 on Dec. 24, 1814. America later ratified the treaty on Feb. 16, 1815.

MacDonough succeeded Hull in 1815. His role in the war, while not as famous as Hull's, was significant. He defeated British naval forces on Lake Champlain on Sept. 11, 1814 despite being outgunned. The victory is credited with preventing British attempts to bring their army into upstate New York.

Navy historical information about him and vessels named after him, available online at http://www.history.navy.mil/danfs/m1/macdonough-iv.htm, describe him as a skillful leader. His victory resulted in a British retreat to Canada, leaving them no grounds for making territorial claims to the upstate New York region during discussions that shaped the Treaty of Ghent.

Congress honored MacDonough with a promotion to captain. He served as the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard's commandant from 1815 to 1818.

He would later sail to the Mediterranean in 1824 as the Constitution's commanding officer, but was relieved soon after when he came into poor health.


USS Macdonough (DD-351)

The third USS Macdonough was a Farragut -class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Thomas Macdonough.
Macdonough was laid down 15 May 1933 by the Boston Navy Yard launched 22 August 1934 sponsored by Miss Rose Shaler Macdonough, granddaughter of Commodore Thomas Macdonough and commissioned 15 March 1935, Commander Charles S. Alden in command.

1. Pearl Harbor
Following an extensive shakedown cruise to Europe and western South America, Macdonough joined the Pacific Fleet and operated out of San Diego, California until 12 October 1939. She then shifted to a new home port, Pearl Harbor, as part of Destroyer Squadron 1. In port 7 December 1941 during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Macdonough downed one of the Japanese attack planes before heading out to sea to join others in the search for the Japanese task force. For the next 3½ months, the destroyer performed scouting assignments southwest of Oahu. Before returning to Pearl Harbor to escort convoys to and from west coast ports, she steamed as far as New Guinea, supporting airstrikes on Bougainville, Salamaua, and Lae.

2. Guadalcanal
Macdonough returned to the western Pacific to prepare for the Guadalcanal invasion. Operating with Saratoga, she provided cover for the landings on Guadalcanal and Tulagi, 7 August 1942. She remained in the area, taking part in the Battle of Savo Island and fighting aircraft and shipping during the landing of reinforcements on the island. At the end of September, she commenced escort work between New Guinea, Espiritu Santo, and Pearl Harbor until reporting to Mare Island, 22 December, for overhaul.

3. Aleutians Campaign
Macdonough next steamed north for the assault and occupation of Attu Island in the Aleutian Islands. Arriving at Adak, Alaska, 16 April 1943, the destroyer patrolled northeast of Attu until the assault. On 10 May, while maneuvering in heavy weather to guard the attack transports, she collided with Sicard and was forced to retire under tow. The ship remained in the repairs dock at Mare Island until 23 September, when she prepared to get underway for the Gilbert Islands. Arriving for the invasion of Makin Island, 20 November, she acted as control vessel for the landing craft, and following the completion of that phase of the operation, entered the lagoon to bombard Japanese installations. On 23 November Makin was declared secure and Macdonough returned to Pearl Harbor.

4. Marshall Islands
In January 1944, she joined the Northern Attack Force staging for the assault on the Marshall Islands. As the primary fighter director ship for the initial transport group, Macdonough at first operated off Kwajalein Atoll. On 29 January, she proceeded to Wotje Atoll and participated in the shore bombardment there until returning to Kwajalein on the 31st for the occupation of Root and Namur Islands. The destroyer then took up radar picket duties until proceeding on to Eniwetok Atoll.
On 21 and 22 February, Macdonough shelled Japanese positions on Parry Island at the deep entrance to Eniwetok lagoon. A month later, she was a reference and rendezvous ship for carrier TF 58, then striking the Palau Islands. Continuing her varied pace, she was at Hollandia, New Guinea, by 21 April, providing fire support for the landings there. Then, at the end of the mouth she steamed eastward to take up radar picket duty south of Truk. During this assignment, Macdonough, with Monterey and Stephen Potter, sank Japanese submarine RO-45, 30 April 1944.

USS MacDonough DD 351 Personalized Ship Photo ⋆ US Navy.

Опубликовано: 27 янв. 2008 г. Uss Macdonough Dd351 High Resolution Stock Photography and. USS Macdonough received its name in honor of Captain Thomas Macdonough, a noted Navy captain from the early part of the 19th century. The Navy brought her. Cecil J. Langdon 1921 2015 Obituary Hampton Gentry Funeral. She finished the war in escort duties, and was decommissioned on 22 October 1945, stricken 1 November 1945 and sold for scrap on 20 December 1946. USS​.

USS Hull DD 350, USS Worden DD 352 and USS Macdonough.

Lee Warren was assigned to the USS Macdonough DD 351 at Pearl Harbor after finishing Boot Camp in San Diego, Calif. Photo courtesy of. Crucial Victory on Lake Champlain – 9 11 1814 – The Wild Geese. Served in this Destroyer? Find People you served with from USS Macdonough ​DD 351. Join TWS for Free Today!. USS Macdonough data. The third USS Macdonough DD 351 was a Farragut class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Thomas Macdonough.


GLMS 4 - Erik Heyl Papers

This collection is comprised of the papers of marine historian Erik Heyl. As a specialist in early American and Canadian steamers, especially Great Lakes vessels, Mr. Heyl researched and produced hundreds of scale drawings and models. Most of this material was published in his six volume series Early American Steamers.

The collection includes the correspondence, illustrations, research notes, vessel histories, vessel lists, drawings and miscellaneous materials from which Heyl's many works, both published and unpublished, were derived. The collection includes materials that date from 1835 to 1972.

The Heyl Collection was donated to the Center for Archival Collections in 1974 and transferred to the Historical Collections of the Great Lakes in 1983. Heyl's personal drawings were donated in 2000, with another addition in 2002.

Erik Heyl was the author of a number of works on the history of navigation in North America. His most significant work is the six-volume Early American Steamers series published between 1953 and 1969.

Although active in researching all early North American steamboats, Heyl had a special interest and expertise in the WALK-IN-THE-WATER, the first steamboat in service above Niagara, and in Great Lakes vessels that served as combatants in the American Civil War.

Mr. Heyl was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on August 4, 1887, the son of Jacob and Louise Schandein Heyl. He attended Milwaukee Academy and in 1905 the University of Berlin. He moved to Buffalo just prior to WW I and began a career as an accountant. He developed an interest in stamp collecting and through this hobby noted that old stamps indicated the name of vessels on which mail was carried. He became interested in obtaining illustrations of these vessels and began to research them. Later he developed scale drawings and models of the early steamers of which images were scarce. These drawings were later incorporated into his Early American Steamers.

The drawings he made were featured in several exhibitions, including one at the Cleveland Public Library in 1952 and one at the Truxtun-Decatur Museum, Washington, DC, in1964. Also, in 1964 he received the Samuel Wilkinson Award from the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society and was named 1972 Great Lakes Historian of the Year by the Marine Historical Society of Detroit.

Erik Heyl married Elizabeth Ralph and together they had two daughters. Mr. Heyl died at Millard Fillmore Hospital in Buffalo on July 15, 1973. He was 85 years of age. The collection was donated to the Center for Archival Collections by Elizabeth Ralph Heyl on June 30, 1974.

The Erik Heyl Collection contains data on North American steamboats dating from 1835 to 1972. Although American and Canadian vessels in general are represented, the collection is strongest in Great Lakes and East Coast vessels constructed between 1818 and 1872.

The bulk of the collection consists of Heyl's extensive research notes and correspondence. These materials are normally typewritten or carbon copies of typewritten documents. Few photocopied documents appear among the research notes and correspondence. Files are arranged alphabetically by vessel name.

The illustrations are largely images clipped from contemporary newspapers or magazines. Heyl's original ink and watercolor drawings of several dozen steamships are also included.

Fleet lists and miscellaneous files contain a combination of research notes, correspondence, iterary productions, newspaper and magazine clippings. Fleet lists are arranged alphabetically and miscellaneous files are arranged in the following order: vessels, 'list of Canadian steamships, literary productions, marine engines, magazine illustrations, fleets, ports, biographies, magazine articles, and engine data.

RESEARCH NOTES
1835-1969
The materials in this series are arranged alphabetically by vessel name or topic, consistent with their original organization. Vessels are alphabetized by their entire names rather than by surnames. Correspondence, research notes, and some illustrations are included. Where available, the date each vessel began operating is included in the inventory for ease of identification. Dated items within each file are arranged chronologically. Vessels that operated on the Great Lakes are marked (*).

ILLUSTRATIONS
1840-1971
Included in this series are photographs, sketches, and illustrations from newspapers, magazines, and brochures depicting ships and topics researched by Mr. Heyl. Some information, in the form of newspaper and magazine clippings, is included with the illustrations. The files are arranged alphabetically by vessel name, with separate illustrations of United States Navy, Coast Guard, and foreign naval vessels. Great Lakes vessels are marked (*).

DRAWINGS
This series is comprised of original drawings done by Heyl. Drawings are ink and watercolor.

The information in this series is less complete than that in the first series, apparently because these notes were in the early stages of development. Organization is alphabetical by vessel name or topic. One page vessel histories provide such data as details of construction, vessel dimensions, equipment, ownership, mishaps, and final disposition. Research correspondence relating to each vessel is attached to the histories. Vessels that operated on the Great Lakes are marked (*).

FLEET LISTS
1953-1967
These lists of ships are arranged alphabetically by company, region, or topic. Some correspondence and research notes are included. Individual lists include the fleet operational dates, names of vessels owned and their disposition. Stack and flag markings and detailed company histories are sometimes present.

MISCELLANEOUS FILES
1948-1972
Miscellaneous research notes, vessel lists, article manuscripts, newspaper clippings, port notes, biographic files, and data on marine engines are contained in this section. Vessel files are alphabetically arranged. Vessels that operated on the Great Lakes are marked (*).

Box 1: Subject Files--Research Notes

  1. ALABAMA, 1838
  2. ALICE C. PRICE, 1853
  3. Allan Line Steamers - see also CANADIAN, INDIAN, ANGLO-SAXON, and NORTH AMERICAN
  4. ALLEGHENY, 1849 *
  5. ALLEGHANY, 1856 *
  6. ALLIANCE, 1857
  7. ALPENA, 1867*
  8. AMELIA, 1863
  9. AMERICAN EAGLE, 1833
  10. ANGLO-SAXON, 1856
  11. ARABIAN, 1851 *
  12. USS ARCTIC, 1853
  13. ARGO, 1844
  14. ARIES, 1862
  15. ARMENIA, 1843
  16. ARROW, 1837
  17. ASSINIBOIA & KEEWATIN, 1907
  18. AURORA, 1846
  19. BALLOON, 1839
  20. BALTIC, 1848
  21. BANSHEE, 1854*
  22. BAY STATE, 1848
  23. BEAVER, 1835
  24. BELLE, 1837
  25. BERKSHIRE, 1864
  26. BLACK WARRIOR, 1852
  27. BOSTON, 1831
  28. BRADFORD DURFEE, 1845
  29. BRIDGEPORT, 1857
  30. BRITANNIA, 1862
  31. BROTHER JONATHON, 1852
  32. CALEDONIA, 1853
  33. CALHOUN, 1851
  34. CALYPSO, 1855
  35. CANADA, 1846 *
  36. CANADA, 1853
  37. CANADA, 1867 *
  38. CANADIAN, 1853
  39. CANONICUS, 1849
  40. CAPITAL, 1866
  41. CAROLINA, 1822*
  42. CASPIAN, n.d.*
  43. CATALINE, 1844
  44. CATARACT, 1846
  45. CATHERINE WHITING, 1864
  46. CHARLES MORGAN, 1854
  47. CHARLOTTE, 1864
  48. CHARLOTTE VANDERBILT, 1857
  49. CHAUNCEY VIBBARD, 1864
  50. USS CHEROKEE, 1859
  51. CHESAPEAKE, n.d.
  52. CHIEF JUSTICE MARSHALL, 1825
  53. CHIEF JUSTICE ROBINSON, n.d.*
  54. CIRCASSIAN, 1858
  55. CITY OF ALBANY, 1863
  56. CITY OF BOSTON, 1861
  57. CITY OF BUFFALO, 1857 *
  58. CITY OF FREMONT, n.d. *
  59. CITY OF HAMILTON, 1850
  60. CITY OF HARTFORD, 1852
  61. CITY OF MADISON, 1857 *
  62. CITY OF NEW LONDON, 1863
  63. CITY OF NEW YORK, 1861
  64. CITY OF NORWICH, 1862
  65. CITY OF RICHMOND, 1865
  66. CITY OF TOLEDO, 1865*
  67. CITY POINT, 1863
  68. CLEOPATRA, 1836
  69. CLEOPATRA, 1878
  70. CLIFTON, 1854
  71. CLIFTON, 1861
  72. COBOURG, 1833
  73. COLUMBUS, 1835*
  74. COMET, 1848 *
  75. COMET, 1875
  76. COMET, 1860 *
  77. COMMERCE, 1843
  78. COMMERCE, 1848*
  79. USS COMMODORE HULL, 1861?
  80. USS COMMODORE MORRIS, 1862
  81. COMMODORE PERRY, 1859
  82. Confederate Naval Ironclads built in Great Britain and France
  83. CONNECTICUT, 1848
  84. CONSTITUTION, 1825
  85. CONSTITUTION, 1833*
  86. CONSTITUTION, 1835
  87. CONTINENTAL, 1861
  88. CORINTHIAN, 1864
  89. CORNELIUS VANDERBILT, 1847
  90. CRICKET, 1846
  91. DACOTAH, 1857*
  92. DANIEL DREW, 1860
  93. DARLINGTON, 1849
  94. DAVID BROWN, 1832
  95. DAWN, 1856
  96. DAYLIGHT, 1860
  97. DAYTON, 1853
  98. DEAN RICHMOND, 1865
  99. DEAN RICHMOND, 1864*
  100. DEER, 1864
  101. DETROIT, 1859*
  102. DICTATOR, 1863
  103. DIRIGO, 1866
  104. DOUGLAS, 1858
  105. E. K. COLLINS, 1853*
  106. EAGLE, 1817
  107. EAGLE, 1852
  108. EAGLE'S WING, 1854
  109. EASTERN CITY, 1852*
  110. ELIZA ANDERSON, 1858
  111. ELIZA HANCOX, 1863
  112. ELLEN, 1853
  113. EMERALD, 1844 *
  114. EMERALD, 1862 *
  115. EMPIRE, n.d.
  116. EMPIRE STATE, 1848
  117. EMPIRE STATE, 1862*
  118. ENTERPRISE, 1861
  119. EOLUS, 1864
  120. ERIE, 1836*
  121. ERIE, 1867
  122. ESCORT, 1862
  123. ETHAN ALLEN, 1859
  124. EUDORA, 1844
  125. EUROPA, 1854*
  126. EXPERIMENT, 1837
  127. FAH-KEE, n.d.
  128. FALCON, 1848
  129. FANNY, 1825

Box 2: Subject Files--Research Notes

  1. FASHION, 1847
  2. FIRE DART, 1860
  3. FRANK, 1835
  4. USS FROLIC, 1862
  5. G. J. TRUESDELL, 1864
  6. G. P. GRIFFITH, 1848*
  7. GALENA, 1857 *
  8. GARDEN CITY, 1853
  9. GENERAL CLINCH, 1839
  10. GENERAL JACKSON, 1830
  11. GENERAL LINCOLN, 1832
  12. GENERAL PORTER. 1834*
  13. GENERAL URBISTENDE, 1852
  14. GEORGE W. CLYDE, 1872
  15. GEORGE LAW, 1852
  16. GEORGE LEARY, 1864
  17. GEORGE PEABODY, 1857
  18. GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1830
  19. GEORGEANNA, 1859
  20. GEORGIA, 1835
  21. GEORGIA, 1863
  22. GEORGIAN, 1864*
  23. GLEN COVE, 1854
  24. GOLD HUNTER, 1849
  25. GOLDEN GATE, 1853
  26. GOLIAH, 1849
  27. GRANITE STATE, 1854*
  28. GREYHOUND, 1863
  29. GREYHOUND, 1863
  30. HANCOCK, 1827
  31. HATTIE, 1861
  32. HENDRIK HUDSON, 1845
  33. HENRY CLAY, 1825*
  34. HENRY CLAY, 1851
  35. HERALD, 1842
  36. HERO, 1844
  37. HOMER WARREN, 1901
  38. HOPE, 1811
  39. HUNCHBACK, 1853
  40. HUNTER, 1857 *
  41. HUNTRESS, 1836/1838
  42. HURON, 1852 *
  43. ILLINOIS, 1837
  44. ILLINOIS, 1849 *
  45. ILLINOIS, 1853 *
  46. INDIAN, 1855
  47. INTERNATIONAL, 1854
  48. INTERNATIONAL, 1857*
  49. IOLAS, 1842
  50. IRON WITCH, 1846
  51. ISLAND HOME, 1855
  52. USS ISONOMIA, 1864
  53. JACKSON, 1853
  54. JAMES T. BRADY, 1864
  55. JAMES B. SCHUYLER, 1863
  56. JESSE HOYT, 1862
  57. JEWESS, 1838
  58. JOHN BROOKS, 1859
  59. JOHN JAY, 1830
  60. JOHN P. JACKSON, 1860
  61. JOHN MARSHALL, 1844
  62. JOHN MASON, 1834
  63. JOHN McADAM, 1842
  64. JOHN MUNN, 1847
  65. JOHN STEVENS, 1846
  66. JUPITER, 1849
  67. JUPITER, 1849
  68. JUPITER, 1855
  69. JUNIATA, 1848
  70. KALOOLAH
  71. KEEWATIN, 1907--see ASSINIBOIA
  72. KEWEENAW, 1866*
  73. KEYPORT, 1852
  74. KINGSTON, 1855
  75. KNICKERBOCKER, 1843
  76. LABOUCHERE, 1858
  77. LAC LA BELLE, 1864
  78. LADY OF THE LAKE, 1842*
  79. LADY STERLING, 1864
  80. LAWRENCE, 1868
  81. LINDA, 1864
  82. LONDON, 1845*
  83. LOUISIANA, 1854
  84. LOUISVILLE, 1853*
  85. MAGNET, 1847 *
  86. MAGNET, 1847 *
  87. MAGNET, 1856 *
  88. MAID OF ORLEANS, 1818
  89. MANITOWOC, 1868*
  90. MAPLE LEAF, 1851*
  91. M. MARTIN, 1864
  92. MARY BENTON, 1861
  93. MARY POWELL, 1862
  94. MASSACHUSETTS, 1816
  95. MASSACHUSETTS, 1842
  96. MAYQUEEN, 1852
  97. MAYQUEEN, 1853*
  98. MESSENGER, 1866*
  99. METAMORAS, 1846
  100. MEXICO, 1851
  101. MIANTONOMI, 1850
  102. USS MICHIGAN, 1843*
  103. MILWAUKEE, 1837 *
  104. MILWAUKEE, 1859 *
  105. MILWAUKEE, 1837 *
  106. MIRAMICHI, 1872 *
  107. USS MISSISSIPPI, 1842
  108. USS MISSOURI, 1841
  109. Monitors - United States Navy (Civil War)
  110. MONMOUTH, 1830
  111. MONOHAMSETT, 1862
  112. MORNING STAR, 1862
  113. MOUNT SAVAGE, 1853
  114. MOUNT VERNON, 1846
  115. MYSTIC, 1852
  116. USLS NANTUCKET, n.d.
  117. NAPOLEON, 1830
  118. NAPOLEON, 1856
  119. NAUSHON, 1848
  120. NAUTILUS, 1866
  121. Navy Department - General Correspondence
  122. NELLIE PENTZ, n.d. - see also PRINCESS ROYAL
  123. NELLY BAKER, 1854
  124. NEPTUNE, 1856 *
  125. NEW CHAMPION, 1842
  126. NEW ERA, 1849 *
  127. NEW HAVEN, 1835
  128. NEW YORK, 1836
  129. NEW WORLD, 1848
  130. NEW WORLD, 1850
  131. NEWPORT, 1880
  132. NIAGARA, 1845 *
  133. NIAGARA, 1845
  134. NIAGARA, 1839 *
  135. NIGHTINGALE, 1863
  136. NIMROD, 1833
  137. NINA, 1848
  138. NORMAN, 1862
  139. NORTH AMERICA, 1840
  140. NORTH AMERICAN, 1856
  141. NORTHERN LIGHT, 1858*
  142. NORTHWEST, 1867
  143. NUHPA, 1865
  144. OCEAN WAVE, 1852*

Box 3: Subject Files--Research Notes

  1. OCEAN WAVE, 1853
  2. OCEAN WAVE, 1854
  3. OLIVER ELLSWORTH
  4. ONTARIO, 1847*
  5. ONTARIO, 1867
  6. ONTONAGAN, 1856*
  7. OREGON, 1845
  8. ORION, 1868
  9. OSCEOLA, 1838
  10. OSIRIS, 1835
  11. OTTER, 1853
  12. OWEGO, 1853*
  13. PASSAIC, 1865*
  14. PASSPORT, 1846*
  15. PEARL, 1851 *
  16. PEERLESS, 1853*
  17. PERRY, 1846
  18. PHILADELPHIA, 1859
  19. PHOENIX, n.d.
  20. PHOENIX, 1845
  21. PLANET, 1855*
  22. PLYMOUTH ROCK, 1864
  23. POCAHONTAS, 1829
  24. POLITKOFSKY, 1866
  25. PLYMOUTH, 1853 *
  26. USS POWHATAN, 1850
  27. PRINCE ALFRED, n.d.
  28. PRINCE OF WALES, 1842
  29. PRINCE OF WALES, 1860
  30. PRINCESS ROYAL, 1841 - see also NELLIE PENTZ
  31. PROVIDENCE, 1832
  32. QUEEN CITY, 1848*
  33. QUEEN VICTORIA, 1838
  34. QUEEN VICTORIA, 1860*
  35. REINDEER, 1850
  36. REINDEER, 1863*
  37. Revenue Cutters - GREAT LAKES
    1. USRC ANDREW JOHNSON
    2. USRC WILLIAM P. FESSENDEN
    3. USRC JOHN A. DIX
    4. USRC SHERMAN
    • A. M. HALLIDAY
    • ABBEDYK
    • A. E. NETTLETON, 1908*
    • ACTIVE, 1852
    • ADAM E. CORNELIUS, 1908*
    • ADELAIDE
    • ADMIRAL, 1847
    • ADMIRAL SAMPSON
    • ADMIRAL
    • ADONIS
    • ADRIATIC, 1856
    • ADVANCE
    • AFRICAN QUEEN
    • ALABAMA, 1850
    • ALABAMA
    • ALAMAK
    • ALASKA, 1867
    • ALASKA
    • ALBANY, 1826
    • ALBEMARLE, 1865
    • ALCOA CAVALIER
    • ALCOA CORSAIR
    • ALEXANDER HAMILTON
    • ALEXANDR PUSHKIN
    • ALEXANDER T. WOOD, 1958
    • ALGERIAN
    • ALHAMBRA, 1864
    • ALICE, 1903
    • ALICE L. MORAN
    • ALICE G. PRICE
    • ALIDA, 1869
    • ALKAID
    • Allan Line Steamers
      • ALLEGHENY
      • ALMEN DARES, 1848
      • ALNATI, 1957
      • ALVA CAPE, 1953
      • AMADOR
      • AMBASSADOR
      • AMERICA, 1847
      • AMERICA
      • AMERICA, 1854*
      • AMERICA, 1863
      • AMERICANA, 1908*
      • AMERICAN GUIDE
      • AMERICAN HAWK
      • AMERSKERK
      • H. M. S. AMITY
      • AMOCO DELAWARE
      • AMOCO VIRGINIA
      • ANDES, 1939
      • ANDREA DORIA
      • ANDREW S. UPSON, 1909*
      • ANDYK
      • ANDYK
      • ANGELO PETRI
      • ANGLO-SAXON
      • ANNIE LAURA, 1871*
      • ANNIE L. SLOAN*
      • ANSON B. BANGS, 1897*
      • ANTILLES, 1952/53
      • ANZOATEGUI
      • AQUARAMA, 1945*
      • AQUITANIA
      • ARABIAN*
      • ARAGONITE
      • ARCADIA
      • ARCHANGELSK
      • ARENAC, 1888*
      • ARGAND, 1896
      • ARIADNE, 1958
      • ARIES and SAXON
      • ARISTOBUL DEL VALLE
      • ARKADIA
      • ARMENIA, 1847 and A-M ENDARES
      • AROSA KULM, 1920
      • ARROW, 1837
      • ARROW, 1895*
      • ARTHUR B. HOMER, 1959*
      • ARTHUR M. ATKINSON, 1917*
      • ASIA, 1873
      • ASTORIA MARU
      • ASTRA
      • ATHLONE CASTLE
      • ATHELTEMPLAR
      • ATHENIA, 1923
      • ATLANTA, 1864
      • ATLANTIC, 1846
      • ATLANTIC, 1849
      • ATLANTIC, 1959
      • ATLANTIC CROWN, 1969
      • ATLANTIC STAR, 1967
      • AUGUSTA, 1852
      • AUGUSTUS
      • AVALON
      • AWASHONKS, 1893
      • AXELDYK
      1. B.A. PEERLESS, 1952*
      2. B.F. JONES, 1906*
      3. B. P. DRIVER
      4. BAHAMA STAR, 1931
      5. BALLOON, 1843
      6. BALTIC, 1848
      7. Baltimore Harbor
      8. BANSHEE, 1854
      9. BEAVER
      10. BEEMSTERDYK
      11. BELFAST
      12. BELGENLAND
      13. BELLE, 1837
      14. BELLE OF LOUISVILLE
      15. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
      16. BENSON FORD, 1924*
      17. BERENGARIA
      18. BERKSHIRE, 1864
      19. BERNI NUBEL
      20. BIENVILLE, 1860
      21. BIRGIT RAGNE
      22. BJORNEBORG
      23. BLACK BAY, 1962*
      24. BLACKHILL
      25. BLACK WARRIOR
      26. BLUEBELL, 1906*
      27. BLUENOSE
      28. BLUE RIVER, 1930*
      29. BOISSEVAIN
      30. BOSNIA
      31. BOSTON, 1831
      32. BOSTON
      33. BOTHNIA
      34. LA BOURDONNAIS, 1921
      35. BRAZIL, 1890*
      36. BREMEN, 1959
      37. BREMEN IV
      38. BRETAGNE
      39. BRINKERHOFF
      40. BRITANNIA, 1820
      41. BRITANNIA, 1840
      42. BRITANNIA
      43. BRITANNIC
      44. Brockville, Ontario, 1828
      45. BROTHER JONATHON, 1850
      46. BRUNSWICK
      47. BUFFALO, 1838*
      48. BUNKER HILL, 1837*
      1. C. A. ANSELL, 1929*
      2. C. L. AUSTIN, 1911*
      3. CANADIAN, 1900
      4. C-2 CARGO VESSEL
      5. CAHAWBA, 1854
      6. CALEDONIA, 1856
      7. CALEDONIA
      8. CALEDONIA, 1888*
      9. CALHOUN, 1851
      10. CALIFORNIA, 1848
      11. CALVERT
      12. CAMBRIA
      13. CAMPANIA
      14. CANADA, 1846*
      15. CANADA, 1867*
      16. CANADA
      17. CANADIAN CENTURY, 1967*
      18. CANADIAN PROGRESS, 1968*
      19. CANBERRA, 1961
      20. CANONICUS, 1849
      21. CAPE ANN
      22. CAPE BRETON MINER, 1863
      23. CAPE MIRA, 1964
      24. CAPT. HEMENS, 1902*
      25. CARIBOU REEFER, 1964
      26. CARINTHIA, 1956
      27. CARL D. BRADLEY, 1927*
      28. CAROLINA
      29. CAROLINE, 1822
      30. CARONIA
      31. CARPATHIA, 1903
      32. CARROLL, 1863
      33. CASPIAN, 1898
      34. CASSANDRA, 1863
      35. CATALONIA, 1881
      36. CATHERINE
      37. CEDARVILLE, 1927*
      38. CHAMBLY, 1959 - see view of Montreal, 1866
      39. CHAMPLAIN, 1832
      40. CHAMPLAIN
      41. CHANCELLOR LIVINGSTON, 1816
      42. CHARLES HUBBARD 1907*
      43. CHARLES MORGAN, 1850
      44. CHARLES TOWNSEND, 1835*
      45. Chautauqua Lake Fleet, 1892
      46. CHARLOTTE VANDERBILT, 1857
      47. CHEROKEE, 1848
      48. USS CHEROKEE, 1859
      49. CHESTER
      50. CHESAPEAKE
      51. CHICAGO, 1874*
      52. CHICAGO
      53. CHICORA, 1864*
      54. CHICORA, 1892*
      55. CHINA, 1871*
      56. CHIPPEWA, 1884*
      57. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, 1892*
      1. CITY OF BOSTON, 1861 and CITY OF NEW YORK, 1861
      2. CITY OF BREMERTON
      3. CITY OF BUFFALO, 1857*
      4. CITY OF CHICAGO, 1890*
      5. CITY OF CLEVELAND, 1880*
      6. CITY OF CLEVELAND, 1907*
      7. CITY OF CLINTON
      8. CITY OF DETROIT, 1889*
      9. CITY OF DETROIT III, 1912*
      10. CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS, 1912*
      11. CITY OF HARTFORD, 1852
      12. CITY OF HOUSTON, 1871
      13. CITY OF JAMESTOWN
      14. CITY OF LUDINGTON, 1880*
      15. CITY OF MILWAUKEE, 1870*
      16. CITY OF MONTICELLO, 1884
      17. CITY OF NEW LONDON, 1863
      18. CITY OF NEW YORK, 1873
      19. CITY OF NORFOLK
      20. CITY OF NORWICH, 1862
      21. CITY OF PAWTUCKET, 1885
      22. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA
      23. CITY OF QUEBEC, 1868
      24. CITY OF RICHMOND, 1851
      25. CITY OF RICHMOND, 1865
      26. CITY OF ROME, 1881
      27. CITY OF ST. IGNACE, 1886*
      28. CITY OF ST. PAUL
      29. CITY OF SELKIRK
      30. CITY OF TOLEDO, 1891*
      31. CITY OF TOLEDO 1890*
      32. CITY OF TORONTO, 1840*
      33. CITY OF TORONTO, 1864*
      34. CITY OF WINNIPEG, 1870*
      35. CITY OF WORCESTER, 1881
      36. CITY POINT, 1864
      37. Civil War Blockade Runners
      38. Civil War Balloon Boat
      1. CLEOPATRA, 1865
      2. CLERMONT, 1807
      3. CLEVELAND, 1837*
      4. CLYDE, 1870
      5. CLYDE HOLMES
      6. COASTAL CLIFFS, 1935*
      7. COBOURG, 1833
      8. CODORUS, 1892*
      9. COLUMBIA, 1834
      10. COLUMBIA, 1902*
      11. COLUMBUS, 1848
      12. COLUMBUS, 1923
      13. COLVILLE
      14. COMET, 1848*
      15. COMMERCE, 1825*
      16. COMMERCE, 1843*
      17. COMMODORE, 1848
      18. USS COMMODORE HULL, 1861
      19. USS COMMODORE PERRY, 1861
      20. COMMONWEALTH, 1855
      21. CONCORD
      22. CONCORDIA, 1862
      23. CONGRESS
      24. CONNECTICUT, 1848
      25. CONNECTICUT, 1889
      26. CONSTELLATION, 1837
      27. CONSTITUTION, 1825*
      28. CONSTITUTION
      29. CONSTITUTION, 1863
      30. CONSTITUTION
      31. CONSUMERS POWER, 1910*
      32. CONTE GRANDE, 1928
      33. CONTINENTAL, 1852
      34. CONTINENTAL, 1861
      35. CORINTHIAN, 1864*
      36. CORNELIUS VANDERBILT, 1847
      37. CORNELL
      38. CORWIN
      39. COSTA RICA, 1863
      40. COSTA RICA, 1868
      41. CRESCENT, 1862
      42. CRESCENT CITY
      43. CRESCENT CITY, 1882
      44. CRICKET, 1900
      45. CRISTOFORO COLOMBO
      46. CROTON, 1846
      47. CUBA, 1862
      48. CUBA
      49. CUBA
      50. Cunard Line
      51. CUTTY SARK
      1. D & C Navigation*
      2. DALERDYK
      3. DALRYAN
      4. DANIEL DREW, 1860
      5. DANIEL L. HEBARD, 1875*
      6. DANIEL WEBSTER, 1833*
      7. DANIEL WEBSTER, 1853
      8. DARLINGTON, 1849
      9. DARIUS COLE, 1885*
      10. DAWN, 1856
      11. DAYLIGHT
      12. DAY STAR, 1873
      13. DEAN RICHMOND, 1865
      14. DEFIANCE
      15. DE GRASSE
      16. DELAWARE
      17. DEL-MAR-VA
      18. DEL NORTE
      19. DELFTDYK
      20. DELTA LINER
      21. DELTA QUEEN
      22. DE WITT CLINTON, 1828
      23. DE WITT CLINTON
      24. DIAMOND ALKALI, 1912*
      25. DIANA L. MORAN
      26. DICTATOR, 1864
      27. DIEMERDYK
      28. DINTELDYK
      29. DINTELDYK, 1957
      30. DIRIGO, 1865
      31. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
      32. DOMINION MONARCH, 1939
      33. DONGEDYK
      34. DOROTHY BRADFORD
      35. DOVE, 1869*
      36. DUMRA
      37. DUIVENDYK
      38. DULUTH*
      39. DYKES, 1919
      40. E. J. HUGHES, 1913
      41. EAGLE'S WING, 1854
      42. EASTERN CITY, 1853
      43. EASTERN SHELL, 1962*
      44. EASTERN STATES, 1902*
      45. USAT EDMOND B. ALEXANDER
      46. EDWARD MATTON
      47. EEMDYK
      48. ELENA
      49. ELIZABETHPORT
      50. ELIZA HANCOX
      51. ELK
      52. USS ELLEN
      53. EMBASSY
      54. EME RILLON, 1960
      55. EMILE MIGUET
      56. EMILY B. SOUDER, 1864
      57. EMPIRE, 1843
      58. EMPIRE CITY, 1848
      1. EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA
      2. EMPRESS OF BRITAIN
      3. EMPRESS OF CANADA
      4. EMPRESS OF ENGLAND
      5. EMPRESS OF FRANCE
      6. EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND
      7. USS EOLUS
      8. ERICSSON
      9. ERIE, 1836*
      10. Erie Canal Opening
      11. ERNEST R. JOHNSON, 1908*
      12. ESCORT, 1862
      13. ESKDENE
      14. EUDORA, 1844
      15. EUGENIA MORAN, 1967
      16. EUROPA, 1854 - see: View of Toronto, 1854, View of Montreal , 1866
      17. EUTERPE
      18. EVENING STAR, 1863
      19. EXCALIBUR
      20. EXPERIMENT
      21. FAH KEEN, 1862
      22. FARMER, 1850
      23. FIRE CRACKER, 1862
      24. FIRE DART, 1860
      25. FLANDRE
      26. FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE, 1859
      27. FLORIDA, 1850
      28. FLORIDA, 1876
      29. FLORIDA, 1931
      30. FLYING CLOUD
      31. FOH KIEN, 1862
      32. FRANCE
      33. FRANCE, 1961
      34. FRANCIS SKIDDY
      35. FRANCONIA, 1863
      36. FRANK, 1835
      37. FYCHOW, 1872
      1. GAASTERDYK, 1960
      2. GALATEA, 1864
      3. GARDEN CITY, 1873*
      4. GARLAND, 1880*
      5. GAROET
      6. GENERAL 1889
      7. USS GENERAL BRAGG
      8. GENERAL CLINCH, 1839
      9. GENERAL GRANT, 1863
      10. GENERAL JOHN NEWTON
      11. GENERAL MEADE, 1861
      12. GENERAL SLOCUM
      13. GENERAL WHITNEY, 1873
      14. Genessee, New York*
      15. GEORGEANNA, 1859
      16. GEORGE APPOLD - see WILLIAM LAWRENCE, 1869
      17. GEORGE PEABODY, 1857
      18. GEORGE C. COLLINS, 1864
      19. GEORGE LAW, 1852
      20. GEORGE R. FINK, 1923*
      21. GEORGE STEPHENSON, 1896*
      22. GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1830
      23. GEORGIA, 1848
      24. GEORGIA, 1863
      25. GIRAFFE, 1860
      26. GIULIO CESARE
      27. GLAUCUS, 1864
      28. GLEN COVE, 1854
      29. GLOBE, 1848*
      30. GODERICH, 1908*
      31. GOLDEN AGE, 1852
      32. GOLDEN EAGLE
      33. GOLIAH, 1849
      34. GORDON CAMPBELL, 1871*
      35. GORDON C. GREENE
      36. GORDON C. LEITCH, 1952*
      37. GORM
      38. GORREDYK
      39. GORREDYK, 1962
      40. GOVERNOR, 1846
      41. GOVERNOR BODWELL, 1892
      42. GOVERNOR COBB
      43. GOVERNOR MORTON, 1893*
      44. GRAND ISLAND FERRY*
      45. GRAND REPUBLIC
      46. GREAT BRITAIN, 1830*
      47. GREAT EASTERN
      48. GREAT REPUBLIC, 1867
      49. GREAT REPUBLIC, 1866
      50. GREAT WESTERN, 1838*
      51. GREENDALE, 1909
      52. GREENLAND
      53. GREYHOUND, 1886*
      54. GREYHOUND, 1902*
      55. GROOTE BEER
      56. GROTEDYK, 1962
      57. GROVEDALE, 1903*
      58. GROVER CLEVELAND, 1908*
      59. GUIDING STAR, 1864
      60. GULFBEAVER, 1955
      61. GULFPORT
      62. GULF STREAM, 1860
      63. GUSSIE
      1. H. F. ALEXANDER
      2. HAITI
      3. HAMBURG
      4. HAMILTONIAN, 1962*
      5. HAMPTON, 1905
      6. HANSEATIC, 1958
      7. HANSEATIC, 1968
      8. HARTFORD, 1892
      9. HARVEST MOON, 1863
      10. HELVETIE
      11. HENDRICK HUDSON
      12. HENDRICK HUDSON, 1845
      13. HENRY CLAY, 1825
      14. HENRY CLAY, 1851
      15. HENRY M. STANLEY
      16. HERALD - see Baltimore Harbor Photograph
      17. HERMAN LIVINGSTON, 1864
      18. HERMAN S. CASWELL, 1878
      19. HERMES - see TRANSATLANTIC
      20. HERO, 1845
      21. HESPERUS, 1896
      22. HIAWATHA, 1874
      23. HILDA MARJANNE, 1943*
      24. HOEGH CAPE, 1956
      25. HOHENSTAUFEN, 1874
      26. HOHENZOLLERN
      27. Holland-America Line
      28. HOME, 1836
      29. HOMERIC
      30. HOPE, 1811
      31. HOPE, 1864
      32. HOPE
      33. HUCK FINN
      34. HUMBOLDT, 1851
      35. HUNCHBACK, 1852
      36. HUNGARY
      37. HUNTSVILLE, 1858
      38. HURON, 1852*
      39. HURON, 1875*
      40. Hydrofoils
      1. ICE BOAT No. 2
      2. IDEAL, 1956
      3. IDLEHOUR
      4. ILAHEE
      5. ILE DE FRANCE
      6. ILLINOIS, 1851
      7. ILLINOIS, 1837
      8. IMPERIAL COLLINGWOOD, 1947*
      9. IMPERIAL EDMONTON, 1943*
      10. INDIANA, 1890*
      11. INTERNATIONAL, 1857
      12. IOLAS, 1842
      13. Irish Packet Entering the Mersey, 1831
      14. IRONSIDES, 1864*
      15. Iron Steamboat Company
      16. IRON WITCH, 1846
      17. IRVINGSTREAM
      18. ISABEL, 1848
      19. ISLAND KING
      20. ISLANDER, 1888
      21. ISLANDER
      22. ISLAND PRINCESS
      23. USS ISONOMIA, 1864
      24. ITALIA
      25. IVERNIA, 1900
      26. IVERNIA, 1955
      27. IVOORKUST
      28. J. S. WORDEN, 1895
      29. JAGERS FONTEIN
      30. JAMES ADGER, 1872
      31. JAMES B. SCHUYLER, 1865
      32. JAMES CURRAN, 1947*
      33. JAMES FOSTER
      34. JAMES NORRIS, 1952*
      35. JAMES WATT, 1896*
      36. JAMES W. BALDWIN
      37. JAN VAN GELDER
      38. JAPAN, 1867
      39. JAPAN, 1871*
      40. JASON, 1957
      41. JESSE HOYT, 1862
      42. JOHAN VAN OLDENBARNEVELT, 1963
      43. JOHN A. DIX, 1865*
      44. JOHN BROOKS, 1859
      45. JOHN BROOKS, 1859
      46. JOHN ERICSSON, 1896*
      47. JOHN W. HUBBARD
      48. JOHN P. JACKSON, 1860
      49. JOHN JAY, 1830
      50. JOHN MASON, 1834
      51. JOHN MUNN, 1847
      52. JOHN OTIS, 1883
      53. JOHN W. RICHMOND, 1838
      54. JOHN L. STEPHENS, 1852
      55. JOSEPH L. COLBY, 1890*
      56. JO. HORTON FALL
      57. JOSEPH WHITNEY, 1854
      58. JUDGE HART, 1923*
      59. JUNIATA - see Baltimore Harbor Photograph
      60. JUNO - see MONA'S ISLE, 1860
      61. JUPITER, 1849
      62. JUPITER, 1854
      63. JUPITER, 1901*
      64. JUPITER
      1. KAISER FRIEDRICH
      2. KAISER WILHELM, 1900
      3. KAISER WILHELM II, 1889
      4. KAISER WILHELM II
      5. KALOOLAH, 1852*
      6. KAMPERDYK, 1959
      7. KAPITAN V. FEDOTOV
      8. KASSANDRA LOULOUDIS
      9. KATSEDYK, 1961
      10. KEEWATIN, 1907*
      11. KELLIGREWS
      12. KENOZAH
      13. KENSINGTON, 1858
      14. KENSINGTON COURT
      15. KENTUCKY
      16. KERKEDYK, 1957
      17. KEYPORT, 1853
      18. KIANG LOONG, 1862
      19. KINDERDYK
      20. KINDERDYK, 1856
      21. KING GEORGE V
      22. KING GEORGE
      23. KINGSTON, 1855*
      24. KINGSTON, 1901*
      25. KINGSVILLE, 1956
      26. KIWANIS
      27. KLAMATH
      28. KLONDIKE
      29. KLOOSTERDYK, 1957
      30. KNICKERBOCKER, 1843
      31. KNICKERBOCKER
      32. KNOXVILLE, 1853
      33. KOKAND
      34. KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE
      35. KUNGSHOLM, 1954
      36. KYLE
      37. Lake Superior and Lake Michigan (L.S.& L.M.)* Transportation Company
      38. L. BOARDMAN, 1857
      39. LA BOUCHERE
      40. LA COUBRE
      41. LA GRANDE DUCHESSE, 1896
      42. LADY ELGIN, 1851*
      43. LADY NELSON, 1928
      44. LADY STERLING
      45. LAKONIA, 1864
      46. LAPLAND, 1909
      47. LA SALLE
      48. LEERDAM
      49. LEHIGH, 1880*
      50. LIBERTE
      51. LIBERTY, 1863
      52. Lightship AMBROSE CHANNEL
      53. Lightship COLUMBIA
      54. Lightship NANTUCKET
      55. LIGHTSHIP No. 82, 1912*
      56. LIMNOS, 1967*
      57. LION
      58. Liverpool, England
      59. LOCHGOIL
      60. LOCH KATRINE, c. 1920
      61. LOCH LOYAL, 1958
      62. London, England
      63. LOUISE
      64. LOUISIANA, 1854
      65. Louisville, Kentucky
      66. R. M. S. LUSITANIA
      67. Lykes Line
      68. LYMAN
      1. MAASDAM
      2. MAASDAM
      3. MAASDAM
      4. MAASDAM
      5. MACASSA, 1888
      6. MAHONING, 1892*
      7. MAID OF ORLEANS, 1818
      8. MAID OF THE MIST, 1885*
      9. MAJESTIC, 1895*
      10. MAJESTIC, 1928
      11. MAJOR REYBOLT, 1853
      12. MALABAR
      13. MALLORY/HENRY W. MALLORY
      14. Isle of Man Steamers
      15. MANHATTAN, 1865
      16. MANHATTAN
      17. MANHATTAN
      18. MANITOBA, 1891*
      19. MANITOU, 1893*
      20. MANXMAN
      21. MAPLE LEAF, 1851*
      22. MARACAIBO
      23. MARIPOSA
      24. MARIPOSA, 1951
      25. MARPESSA
      26. MARTHA E. ALLEN, 1928*
      27. MARIA ELIZABETH
      28. MARWARRI
      29. MARY BENTON, 1861
      30. MARY POWELL, 1862
      31. MARYLAND
      32. MATSONIA, 1957
      33. MAUNALOA II*
      34. MAURETANIA
      35. MAYWOOD, 1905*
      36. MEAFORD, 1906*
      37. MEDIA
      38. MERRIMACK
      39. MEMPHIS
      40. MENIHEK LAKE, 1959*
      41. MERRIMACK
      42. METAMORA
      43. METROPOLIS, 1861
      44. MICHELANGELO, 1965
      45. MICHIGAN, 1833*
      46. MICHIGAN*
      47. MILWAUKEE
      48. MINNEKAHDA, 1919
      49. MISSISSIPPI, 1853*
      50. Mississippi River Bayou
      51. MISSISSIPPI, 1861
      52. MOERDYK
      53. MOERDYK, 1964
      54. MOHEGAN, 1894*
      55. MONA'S ISLE, 1830
      56. MONA'S ISLE, 1860
      57. MONARCH OF BERMUDA
      58. MONEKA, 1865
      59. MONMOUTH, 1835
      60. MONOHANSETT, 1862
      61. MONTEREY
      62. Montreal Waterfront Scene
      63. Moore-McCormack Line
      64. MORMACOAK
      65. MORNING STAR, 1862*
      66. MOSES TAYLOR, 1857
      67. MOUNT HOPE
      68. MOUNT SAVAGE, 1853
      69. MOUNT VERNON
      70. MOUNT WASHINGTON, 1846
      71. MOUNT WASHINGTON
      72. MURTAJA
      1. NANTASKET
      2. NANTUCKET
      3. NANTUCKET
      4. NAPOLEON, 1830
      5. NAPOLEON, 1856 - see view of Montreal
      6. NAPOLEON III
      7. NARRAGANSETT, 1866
      8. NASHVILLE, 1852
      9. NASSAU
      10. NELLORE
      11. NEREUS, 1864
      12. NERISSA
      13. NESHANNOCK, 1865
      14. Netherland-America Steamship Line
      15. NEVADA, 1865
      16. NEW ENGLAND, 1833
      17. NEW ENGLAND, 1898
      18. NEW ERA, 1853*
      19. NEWFOUNDLAND, 1948
      20. NEW HAVEN
      21. NEW NORTHLAND
      22. New Orleans levee
      23. NEW QUEDOC, 1960*
      24. NEW SHOREHAM, 1901
      25. NEWTOWN*
      26. NEW WORLD, 1848
      27. New York Harbor, 1939
      28. NEW YORK, 1836
      29. NEW YORK, 1837
      30. NEW YORK, 1851*
      31. NEW YORK, 1864
      32. NIAGARA, 1840*
      33. NIAGARA, 1865
      34. NIAGARA
      35. NIEW AMSTERDAM
      36. NIGHTINGALE, 1864
      37. NILE, 1844*
      38. NIMROD, 1833
      39. NINA, 1848
      40. NOBSKA
      41. NOORDAM
      42. NORDKAP
      43. NORTH AMERICA, 1827
      44. NORTH AMERICA, 1840
      45. NORTH AMERICA, 1839
      46. NORTH AMERICA, 1862
      47. NORTH AMERICAN, 1913*
      48. NORTH COASTER
      49. NORTH GASPE
      50. North German Lloyd Liners
      51. NORTH KING - see SYLVAN STREAM
      52. NORTH LAND, 1895 - see NORTH WEST (identical ship)
      53. NORTHLAND
      54. NORTHLAND
      55. NORTH RIVER STEAMBOAT (later CLERMONT)
      56. NORTH SHORE
      57. NORTH STAR, 1853
      58. NORTH STAR, 1854*
      59. NORTH WEST, 1894*
      60. NORTH WEST
      61. NORTHERN BELLE
      62. NORTHERN INDIANA, 1852*
      63. NORTHERN LIGHT, 1851
      64. NORTHERN RANGER
      65. NORWICH, 1836
      66. NOVA SCOTIA, 1947
      67. NOVA SCOTIAN
      68. NUHPA, 1865
      69. NYANZA, 1890*
      70. NYON
      1. OAKWOOD, 1891*
      2. OCEAN, 1848
      3. OCEANIC, 1871
      4. Ocean Sprinter
      5. OCTORARA, 1910*
      6. Ogdensburg, New York, in 1854*
      7. OHIO, 1848
      8. OHIO
      9. OHIO
      10. OLD DOMINION, 1872
      11. OLIVER ELLSWORTH, 1824
      12. ONTARIO, 1856
      13. ONTARIO, 1864
      14. ORANJE
      15. OREGON, 1848
      16. OREGONIAN, 1866
      17. ORIANA
      18. ORIENT MARINER, 1964
      19. ORIENT PEARL/ORIENT JADE
      20. ORIZABA, 1854
      21. ORSOVA, 1953
      22. OTTER, 1853
      23. OXELOSUND
      1. PACIFIC, 1859
      2. PACIFIC COAST
      3. PALEMBANG
      4. PALMETTO, 1846
      5. PANAGIOTIS L.
      6. PARAGON, 1811
      7. PARAGON
      8. PASSAIC, 1862*
      9. PATAPSCO, 1858
      10. PEERLESS
      11. PEERLESS - see view of Toronto, 1854*
      12. PEERLESS, 1872*
      13. PAGASOS
      14. PEMAQUID
      15. PENN
      16. PENNLAND
      17. PENOBSCOT
      18. PEQUOT, 1864
      19. PERE MARQUETTE No. 14, 1904*
      20. PERE MARQUETTE No. 18, 1911*
      21. PERE NOUVEL, 1952*
      22. PERRY, 1846
      23. PERSIA, 1864
      24. PETOSKEY, 1887*
      25. PETER WHITE, 1905*
      26. PETIT FORTE
      27. PETROLORE
      28. PHILADELPHIA, 1812
      29. PHILADELPHIA, 1881
      30. PHILADELPHIA, 1901
      31. PHILIP MINCH, 1905*
      32. PHINEAS SPRAGUE, 1857
      33. PHOENIX, 1809
      34. PIONEER, 1851
      35. PLYMOUTH, 1890
      36. PLYMOUTH ROCK, 1854
      37. PLYMOUTH ROCK, 1864
      38. POCAHONTAS
      39. POLITKOFSKY, 1863
      40. POLOGNE
      41. PORTLAND
      42. PORTO RICO
      43. POTOMAC
      44. USS POWHATAN, 1850
      45. PRESIDENT, 1829
      46. PRESIDENT, 1839
      47. PRESIDENT
      48. PRESIDENT HOOVER
      49. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT (THEODORE ROOSEVELT), 1906*
      50. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, 1917
      51. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
      52. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
      53. PRINCE ALFRED, 1859*
      54. PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
      55. PRINCE OF WALES, 1842*
      56. PRINCE OF WALES, 1860
      57. PRINCESS
      58. PRINCESS ANNE
      59. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE
      60. PRINCESS ELIZABETH, 1930.
      61. PRINCESS HELENE
      62. PRINCESS IRENE
      63. PRINCESS ITALIA, 1967
      64. PRINCESS JOAN, 1930
      65. PRINCESS KATHLEEN, 1925
      66. PRINCESS MARGRETHE
      67. PRINCESS MAY
      68. PRINCESS NANAIMO
      69. PRINCESS ROYAL, 1841*
      70. PRINCESS SOPHIA
      71. PRINCESS VICTORIA
      72. PRINCETON, 1845*
      73. PRINS CASIMIR
      74. PRINS MAURITS
      75. PRINS WILLEM V
      76. PRINS WILLEM VAN ORANJE
      77. PRINSES MARGRIET, 1961
      78. PRISCILLA, 1893
      79. PROVIDENCE, 1832
      80. PROVINCIAL, 1854
      81. PROVIDENCE, 1904
      82. PURITAN, 1888
      83. PUT-IN-BAY, 1911*
      84. Put-in-Bay, Ohio*
      1. QUAKER CITY, 1854
      2. Quebec scene, 1855 and 1828
      3. QUEEN CITY, 1848*
      4. QUEEN CITY, 1843
      5. QUEEN ELIZABETH
      6. QUEEN ELIZABETH II
      7. QUEEN MARY
      8. QUEEN MARY/QUEEN ELIZABETH
      9. QUEEN OF BERMUDA
      10. QUEEN OF PRINCE RUPERT
      11. QUEEN OF SANICH
      12. QUEEN VICTORIA, 1860
      13. QUISTCONCK
      1. RAFFAELLO, 1965
      2. RALPH S. CAULKINS, 1902*
      3. RAMONA
      4. R. B. HAYES, 1876*
      5. RARITAN, 1809
      6. REINA DEL PACIFICO
      7. REPUBLIC, 1849
      8. RICHARD LINDABURY - see HUTCHCLIFFE HALL*
      9. RIJNDAM
      10. RIO BRANCO
      11. RIO MAGDALENA
      12. RIP VAN WINKLE, 1845
      13. RISING STAR, 1865
      14. RIVER BELLE, 1846
      15. RIVER QUEEN
      16. ROBERT FULTON, 1819
      17. ROBERT FULTON
      18. ROBERT J. PAULEY*
      19. ROBERT L. STEVENS
      20. ROCHAMBEAU
      21. ROMAN, 1866
      22. ROONAGH HEAD
      23. ROSE J. GORDON
      24. ROTTERDAM, 1872
      25. ROTTERDAM, 1886
      26. ROTTERDAM, 1897
      27. ROTTERDAM, 1908
      28. ROTTERDAM, 1958
      29. ROUSILLON
      30. ROYAL WILLIAM, 1833
      31. ROYALTON, 1924*
      32. RUSSIA, 1872*
      33. RYNDAM
      1. S. T. CRAPO, 1927*
      2. SACRAMENTO, 1864
      3. SAGAFJORD, 1963
      4. SAGAMO/SEGWUN
      5. SAGAMORE
      6. SAGUENAY, 1853
      7. STE. CLAIRE, 1910*
      8. SAINT JOHN, 1932
      9. ST. LOUIS, 1893
      10. SAM SLOAN, 1864
      11. SAN CALISTO
      12. SAN JACINTO
      13. SANDANGER
      14. SANTA ELIANA
      15. SANTA PAULA
      16. SANTA REGINA
      17. SANTAY
      18. SARATOGA, 1865
      19. SARNIA
      20. SATURNIA, 1927
      21. SAVANNAH
      22. SAVANNAH, 1962
      23. SAXON, 1862
      24. SAXONIA, 1954
      25. SCHIEDYK
      26. SCHWERIN
      27. SEABREEZE*
      28. SEATTLE
      29. SEAWISE UNIVERSITY
      30. SEAWAY QUEEN, 1959*
      31. SEEANDBEE, 1913*
      32. SENATOR, 1848
      33. SENATOR
      34. SERVIA
      35. SEVEN SEAS, 1955
      36. SEVONA, 1890*
      37. SHADYSIDE
      38. SHALOM
      39. SHEBOYGAN, 1869*
      40. SHENANGO II, 1958*
      41. SIDNEY 0. NEFF, 1890*
      42. SIEUR DES MONTS
      43. SIMON BOLIVAR
      44. SIR DENYS LOWSON, 1963*
      45. SIR JAMES DUNN, 1952*
      46. SIR JOHN HARVEY, 1852
      47. SIR WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN, 1896*
      1. SOESTDYK, 1900
      2. SOESTDYK, 1948
      3. SOMERSETSHIRE, 1867
      4. SOO CITY, 1888
      5. SOUTH AMERICAN, 1914*
      6. SOUTHBANK
      7. SOUTH CAROLINA, 1863
      8. SOUTH SHORE
      9. SOUTHERNER, 1848
      10. SPAARNDAM, 1923
      11. SPIRIT OF LONDON
      12. SPLENDID, 1832
      13. SPRINGWELL
      14. STAGHOUND
      15. STANIEL
      16. STAR OF THE SOUTH
      17. STAR OF THE UNION, 1865
      18. STARBUCK, 1888*
      19. STATE OF MAINE
      20. STATE OF NEW YORK, 1883*
      21. STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA
      22. STATENDAM, 1898
      23. STATENDAM, 1914
      24. STATENDAM, 1929
      25. STATENDAM, 1956
      26. STELLA MARIS
      27. STELLA OCEANIS, 1965
      28. STELLA POLARIS
      29. STEPHAN BATORY, 1969
      30. STONEWALL, 1864
      31. STOCKHOLM
      32. STOLT DAGAL
      33. SULTANA, 1863
      34. SUMATRA
      35. SUNBEAM, 1861*
      36. SUNIMA
      37. SUPERIOR, 1831*
      38. SUPERIOR*
      39. SUSAN CONSTANT
      40. SUSQUEHANNA, 1886*
      41. SWALLOW, 1836
      42. SUWONADA, 1864
      43. "Sylvan" Boats - East River
      44. SYLVAN DELL, 1872
      45. SYLVAN GLEN, 1869
      46. SYLVAN GROVE, 1858
      47. SYLVAN SHORE, 1856
      48. SYLVAN STREAM, 1863
      49. SYLVANIA, 1958
      1. T. J. McCARTHY, 1901*
      2. TACOMA, 1904
      3. TADOUSSAC, 1928*
      4. TAIHO MARU
      5. TAMINEND, 1853
      6. TASHMOO, 1900*
      7. TELEGRAPH
      8. TELEGRAPH, 1832
      9. TELEGRAPH, 1837
      10. TEMPLE OF THE MUSES. 1845
      11. TENNESSEE, 1848
      12. TENNESSEE, 1853
      13. TERREBONNE, 1856 - see view of Montreal, 1866
      14. TERUKUNI MARU
      15. TERUKUNI MARU, 1929
      16. THOMAS A. MORGAN, 1854
      17. THOMAS A. SCOTT, 1863
      18. THOMAS CARLETON
      19. THOMAS COLLYER, 1850
      20. THOMAS COLLYER, 1863
      21. THOMAS CORNELL
      22. THOMAS H. BARRY
      23. THOMAS HUNT, 1851
      24. THOMAS JEFFERSON, 1834*
      25. THOMAS POWELL, 1846
      26. THOMAS WILSON, 1943*
      27. THOUSAND ISLANDER
      28. TICONDEROGA
      29. TIONESTA, 1903*
      30. R. M. S. TITANIC
      31. TOCKWOGH, 1889
      32. TOKYO MARU
      33. TOWN OF HULL
      34. C. C. G. S. TRACY, 1968*
      35. TRANSFER, 1888*
      36. TRANSVAAL CASTLE
      37. TRAVELLER, 1835*
      38. TRAVELLER, 1845
      39. TRILLIUM
      40. TROJAN, 1845
      41. TROY, 1840
      42. TUEBINGEN, 1955
      43. TURBINIA, 1904
      44. TWILIGHT, 1873
      45. TWILIGHT, 1868
      46. TJNCATENA
      47. UNICORN, 1838
      48. UNION, 1849
      49. UNION, 1856*
      50. UNION, 1864*
      51. Union-Castle Line
      52. UNITED EMPIRE, 1882*
      53. UNITED STATES, 1848
      54. United States Lines
      55. UNITED STATES
      56. UTICA, 1836
      57. Upper Lakes Shipping, Ltd.*
      1. VACATIONLAND, 1971*
      2. VADERLAND, 1900
      3. VADERLAND
      4. VALENCIA
      5. VALLEY FORGE
      6. VANDERBILT, 1855
      7. VAXHOLM
      8. VEENDAM
      9. VERA CRUZ, 1865
      10. VICTORIA
      11. VICTORIOUS, 1895*
      12. VICTORY, 1828
      13. VIKING PRINCESS
      14. VIKING PRINCESS
      15. VIRGINIA, 1817
      16. VIRGINIA
      17. VULCANIA, 1928
      18. VYACHESLAV MOLOTOV, 1939
      19. W. H. GILCHER, 1891*
      20. W. H. GRATWICK, 1880
      21. WAHINE, 1968
      22. WALK-IN-THE-WATER, 1818*
      23. WANDO
      24. WARWICK, 1899
      25. WARWICK
      26. WASHINGTON, 1848
      27. WASHINGTON
      28. WASHINGTON MAIL
      29. WATUSSI
      30. WELLAND, 1853*
      31. WESTCHESTER, 1832
      32. WESTERN METROPOLIS, 1856*
      33. WESTERN PORT, 1853
      34. WESTERN STATES, 1902*
      35. WESTERN WORLD, 1854*
      36. USS WESTFIELD, 1861
      37. WESTPORT
      38. Whaleback Barges Nos. 103 and 104*
      39. Whaleback Barge (FRANK ROCKEFELLER)*
      40. WHEAT KING, 1960*
      41. WHIDBEY
      42. WILHELMINA
      43. WILLEM RUYS
      44. WILLIAM CLAY FORD, 1953*
      45. WILLIAM F. PALMER, 1910*
      46. WILLIAM G. AGNEW, 1911*
      47. WILLIAM G. PATTERSON, 1957
      48. WILLIAM GIBBONS, 1833
      49. WILLIAM H. HARRISON, 1840
      50. WILLIAM LAWRENCE, 1869
      51. WILLIAM NEWMAN*
      52. WILLIAM PENN, 1851
      53. WINDMILL POINT BATTLE, 1837
      54. WINDSOR, 1930*
      55. WINFIELD SCOTT, 1850
      56. WORCESTER, 1863
      57. YALE, 1895*
      58. YALE
      59. YANIZ
      60. YANKCANUCK, 1963
      61. YARMOUTH, 1927
      62. YARMOUTH, 1927
      63. YASHUSHIMA MARU
      64. YORKSHIRE
      65. YUKONER
      66. ZANETTA
      67. ZENOBIA, 1864
      68. ZIMMERMAN, 1854*
      69. ZUIDERKRUIS
      1. U.S.S. A. A. 2
      2. AMERICA, 1964
      3. C. S. S. ALABAMA
      4. U. S. S. ARCTIC, 1855
      5. U. S. S. ARKANSAS
      6. U. S. S. ATLANTA
      7. U. S. S. BAINBRIDGE, 1962
      8. U. S. Battleships
      9. U. S. S. BALTIMORE
      10. U. S. S. CAIRO
      11. U. S. S. CALIFORNIA
      12. U. S. S. CARD
      13. U. S. A. T. CHATTANOOGA
      14. U. S. S. CHESAPEAKE
      15. Civil War - Battle of Mobile
      16. Civil War - Island No. 10 Bombardment
      17. Civil War - Farragut's Victory at New Orleans
      18. U. S. S. COLUMBUS
      19. U. S. S. CONSTELLATION, 1797
      20. U. S. S. CONSTITUTION
      21. U. S. S. CORAL SEA
      22. U. S. S. Destroyers
      23. U. S. S. DRAYTON
      24. U. S. S. EAGLE No. 2
      25. U. S. S. ESSEX
      26. U. S. S. EVANS
      27. U. S. S. FORRESTAL
      28. U.S. S. FROLIC, 1862
      29. U. S. S. GEORGE WASHINGTON
      30. U. S. R. C. GRESHAM
      31. U. S. S. HAWK, 1891*
      32. U. S. S. INDEPENDENCE, 1958
      33. U. S. R. C. ITASCA
      34. U. S. S. JACOB JONES
      35. U. S. N. S. KINGSPORT
      36. U. S. S. LAWRENCE
      37. U. S. S. LEXINGTON
      38. U. S. S. LEYTE
      39. U. S. S. McDOUGAL
      40. U. S. C. G. MACKINAW/ACACIA/WOODBINE*
      41. U. S. S. MACON
      42. MALVERN, 1860
      43. U. S. S. MARYLAND
      44. U. S. S. MELVILLE
      45. U. S. S. MICHIGAN
      46. U. S. S. MINNEAPOLIS, 1893
      47. U. S. S. MINNEAPOLIS
      48. U. S. S. MINNESOTA, 1855
      49. U. S. S. MISSISSIPPI
      50. U. S. S. MISSOURI, 1842
      51. U. S. S. MISSOURI
      52. U. S. S. NAUTILUS
      53. U. S. S. NEOSHO
      54. U. S. S. NEW IRONSIDES
      55. U. S. S. NEW MEXICO
      56. U. S. S. NEW YORK
      57. U. S. S. NIAGARA
      58. U. S. S. NIAGARA, 1813*
      59. U. S. S. NORTH DAKOTA
      60. U. S. S. OKLAHOMA
      61. U. S. S. OLYMPIA
      62. U. S. S. ONONDAGA
      63. U. S. S. PAULDING
      64. U. S. S. PENNSYLVANIA
      65. U. S. S. PENSACOLA
      66. U. S. S. PERRY
      67. U. S. S. PRESIDENT
      68. U. S. H. S. RELIEF
      69. U. S. S. ROANOKE
      70. U. S. S. SABLE, 1943*
      71. U. S. S. SAN DIEGO
      72. U. S. S. SARANAC
      73. U. S. S. SARATOGA
      74. U. S. S. SCORPION
      75. U. S. S. SCULPIN
      76. U. S. S. SEAWOLF
      77. U. S. S. SIGOURNEY
      78. U. S. S. SKIPJACK
      79. U. S. H. S. SOLACE
      80. U. S. S. SPROSTON
      81. U. S. S. SYLPH
      82. U. S. C. E. Dredge TAYLOR
      83. U. S. S. TECUMSEH, 1964
      84. U. S. S. TENNESSEE/U. S. S. CALIFORNIA
      85. U. S. S. THRESHER
      86. U. S. S. UTAH
      87. U. S. S. V-4
      88. U. S. S. VIRGINIA
      89. U. S. S. WAMPANOAG
      90. U. S. S. WILMINGTON, 1895/U. S. S. HELENA, 1895
      91. U. S. S. WINSLOW
      92. U. S. S. WOLVERINE, 1942*
      93. U. S. R. C. WOODBURY
      94. U. S. S. WOODROW WILSON, 1964
      95. U. S. S. WYANDOTTE, 1859
      96. U. S. S. WYOMING
      1. H. M. S. ABERCROMBIE (British)
      2. H. M. S. AMETHYST (British)
      3. ARMINIUS, 1864 (German)
      4. BISMARCK (German)
      5. British Destroyers
      6. British Submarines
      7. CARTAGENA (Columbian)
      8. CONTE DI CAVOUR (Italian)
      9. DEUTSCHLAND (German)
      10. DEUTSCHLAND (German)
      11. H. M. S. EURYALUS (British)
      12. FRANCE (French)
      13. H. M. S. FURIOUS (British)
      14. G-7 (German) / UNDINE (German)
      15. German Fleet
      16. German Submarines
      17. H. M. S. GIPSEY (British)
      18. GRAF SPEE (German)
      19. GRAUDENZ (German)
      20. HINDENBURG (German)
      21. H. M. S. HOOD (British)
      22. KAISER (German)
      23. KAKO (Japanese)
      24. KOLBERG (German)
      25. H. M. S. LONDON, 1899 (British)
      26. MUTSU (Japanese)
      27. NASSAU (German)
      28. H. M. S. NELSON (British)
      29. OLDENBURG
      30. ORDZHONIKIDZE (USSR)
      31. PANTZIER (German) / DANZIG (German)
      32. POSEN (German)
      33. PRINZ ADALBERT (German) / PREUSSEN (German)
      34. H. M. S. QUEEN ELIZABETH (British)
      35. H. M. S. RAMILLIES (British)
      36. H. M. S. REPULSE (British)
      37. H. M. C. S. RESTIGOUCHE (Canadian)
      38. H. M. S. RODNEY (British)
      39. ROON (German) / WETTIN (German)
      40. SCHLEISEN (German) / SEYDLITZ (German)
      41. SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN (German)
      42. H. M. S. SHEFFIELD (British)
      43. STRASSBURG (German)
      44. H. M. S. SUFFOLK (British
      45. THUERINGEN (German) / PRINZREGENT LUITPOLD (German)
      46. U-20 (German)
      47. H. M. S. VINDICTIVE (British)
      48. H. M. S. WARSPRITE (British)
      1. A. ROSSITER, 1847*
      2. ABERT, 1843 *
      3. ACCOMMODATION, 1809*
      4. ACME, 1856 *
      5. USCS ADA, 1863 - see PETER SMITH
      6. ADELAIDE, 1830 *
      7. ADMIRAL, 1843 *
      8. ADRIATIC, 1856 *
      9. ADVENTURE *
      10. AETNA, 1816
      11. AJAX, 1848
      12. AJAX, 1864
      13. AKRON, 1859*
      14. ALABAMA, 1849*
      15. ALBANY, 1846*
      16. ALBANY *
      17. ALBEMARLE, 1818
      18. ALCIOPE, 1828 *
      19. ALEXANDRIA, 1865 - see M. W. CHAPIN, 1856
      20. ALGERIAN, 1873 - see KINGSTON, 1855
      21. ALLEGHENY
      22. ALGOMA, 1884*
      23. ALLIANCE, 1864 - see CALEDONIA, 1853
      24. ALMENDARES, 1848
      25. AMERICA, 1839 *
      26. AMERICA, 1841 *
      27. AMERICA, 1853
      28. USS ANACOSTIA, 1858 - see M. W. CHAPIN, 1856
      29. ANNA MARIA or ANN MARIA, 1864
      30. ANNIE L. CRAIG, 1870*
      31. ANTELOPS, 1861*
      32. ANTONA, 1859
      33. ARABIA, 1873*
      34. ARAXES, 1856*
      35. ARCTIC, 1851*
      36. ARCTIC, 1864*
      37. ARGO, 1828*
      38. ARIADNE, 1864
      39. ARIEL, 1854*
      40. ARIEL, 1858
      41. ARIZONA, 1859
      42. ARK, 1855
      43. ATLANTA, 1864 - see CSS TALLAHASSEE
      44. ATLANTIC, 1852
      45. ATLANTIC, 1857
      46. ATLAS, 1851 *
      47. AUGUSTA DINSMORE, 1863
      1. B. W. BLANCHARD, 1870*
      2. Baltimore Steamboat Illustrations - Index
      3. BALTIMORE, 1848
      4. BALTIMORE, 1847 *
      5. BANSHEE *
      6. BARCELONA, 1836 *
      7. BASBORN *
      8. BAVARIAN, 1873*
      9. BAY CITY, 1853 see FOREST CITY, 1852
      10. BAY OF QUINTE*
      11. BAY QUEEN, 1864
      12. BAY QUEEN, 1865
      13. BAY STATE, 1852*
      14. BEAGLE *
      15. BEAVER, 1835*
      16. BELLE, 1850 *
      17. BELLE, 1852
      18. BELLE, 1860 *
      19. BELLONA, 1818
      20. BELVIDERE, 1851
      21. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 1842*
      22. BERTHA HARRASOWITZ, 1851
      23. BETTY JEAN HEARN, 1923 - see PETER SMITH, 1863
      24. BLACK HAWK, 1833*
      25. BLACKSTONE, 1861
      26. BOLIVAR, 1825
      27. BONNIE
      28. BOSTON, 1836
      29. BOSTON, 1847*
      30. BOWMANVILLE, 1856*
      31. BRANTFORD, 1851 *
      32. BRITANNIA, 1833 *
      33. BRITANNIA, 1840 *
      34. BRITISH EMPIRE, 1849*
      35. BRITISH QUEEN, 1846*
      36. BRITISH QUEEN, 1846*
      37. BROCKVILLE, 1833 *
      38. BROTHERS, 1839*
      39. BRUNETTE, 1867
      40. BRUNSWICK, 1853*
      41. BUCEPHALUS, 1852 *
      42. BUCKEYE STATE, 1851*
      43. BUFFALO, 1851 *
      44. BUNKER HILL, 1835
      45. BURLINGTON, 1837 *
      46. BURLINGTON, 1857 *
      47. BURLINGTON, 1905 - see JOHN A. WARNER, 1857
      48. BUXTON, 1921 - see PETER SMITH, 1863
      49. BYTOWN, 1835 *
      1. C. VANDERBILT, 1837
      2. CALIFORNIA, 1846 *
      3. CALIFORNIA, 1873 *
      4. CALUMET
      5. CAMBRIDGE, 1846
      6. CAMBRIDGE, 1860
      7. CAMPANA, 1873*
      8. CANADA, 1833*
      9. CANADA, 1840*
      10. CANADA, 1872*
      11. CANADIAN *
      12. CANADIAN *
      13. CANESTEO, 1862*
      14. CAPITOL CITY, 1883 - see CITY OF HARTFORD, 1852
      15. CARLOTTA, 1867 - see ANTONA, 1859
      16. CARMONA, 1893 - see MANITOBA, 1871
      17. CAR OF COMMERCE, 1815*
      18. CAROLINA, 1849
      19. CSS CAROLINE, 1862 - see ARIZONA, 1859
      20. CARTERET
      21. CATARACT, 1852*
      22. CATAWBA 1857 - see GOVERNOR DUDLEY, 1838
      23. CATSKILL, 1883 - see ESCORT, 1862
      24. CHALLENGE, 1853*
      25. CHAMBLY, 1859 *
      26. CSS CHAMELEON, 1864 - see CSS TALLAHASSEE, 1864
      27. CHAMPION, 1834
      28. CHAMPION, 1850*
      29. CHAMPLAIN, 1837*
      30. CHARLES HARTRIDGE, 1851
      31. CHARLES HOUGHTON, 1863
      32. CHARLES MEARS, 1856*
      33. CHARLES THOMAS, 1863
      34. C. VANDERBILT, 1837
      35. CHARTER, 1849 *
      36. CHARTER OAK, 1838
      37. CHARTER OAK, 1847*
      38. CHAUTAUQUE, 1839*
      39. CHE KIANG, 1862
      40. CHEOPS, 1864 - see PRINZ ADALBERT, 1864
      41. H. M. S. CHEROKEE, 1842*
      42. CHESTER, 1861
      43. CHICAGO, 1835 *
      44. CHICAGO, 1842 *
      45. CHICAGO, 1855 *
      46. CHICAGO, 1874 *
      47. CHINGARORA, 1850
      48. CHIPPEWA, 1892*
      49. CIBOLA, 1887 *
      50. CINCINNATI, 1836 *
      51. CINCINNATI, 1853 *
      52. CITIZEN, 1828 - see IOLAS, 1842
      53. CITY OF ALPENA, 1886 - see CITY OF CLEVELAND, 1880
      54. CITY OF ALPENA, 1893*
      55. CITY OF BATH, 1862
      56. CITY OF BOSTON, 1852
      57. CITY OF BRUNSWICK, 1886 - see THOMAS COLLYER, 1850
      58. CITY OF BUFFALO, 1896 *
      59. CITY OF CLEVELAND, 1857*
      60. CITY OF CLEVELAND, 1880 *
      61. CITY OF CLEVELAND, 1880 *
      62. CITY OF CLEVELAND, 1886 *
      63. CITY OF DETROIT, 1866 *
      64. CITY OF DETROIT, 1878 *
      65. CITY OF DETROIT, 1889 *
      66. CITY OF DETROIT II, 1912 - see CITY OF DETROIT, 1889
      67. CITY OF ERIE, 1898*
      68. CITY OF FREMONT *
      69. CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS, 1879 *
      70. CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS, 1912 *
      71. CITY OF HAMILTON, 1851 *
      72. CITY OF HOLLAND, 1,922 - see CITY OF MACKINAC, 1893
      73. CITY OF HUDSON, 1897 -see ESCORT, 1862
      74. CITY OF KEY WEST, 1896 -see CITY OF RICHMOND, 1865
      75. CITY OF LAWRENCE, 1867
      76. CITY OF KINGSTON *
      77. CITY OF LONDON, 1865*
      78. CITY OF MACKINAC, 1883*
      79. CITY OF MACKINAC, 1893*
      80. CITY OF MACKINAC, 1908 - see CITY OF MACKINAC, 1893
      81. CITY OF MERIDA, 1870
      82. CITY OF MEXICO, 1869
      83. CITY OF MILWAUKEE, 1881*
      84. CITY OF MONTICELLO, 1884 - see CITY OF NORFOLK, 1866
      85. CITY OF NEWARK, 1846
      86. CITY OF NEWPORT, 1863
      87. CITY OF NORFOLK, 1851
      88. CITY OF NORFOLK, 1866
      89. CITY OF PEKING, 1874
      90. CITY OF OSWEGO, 1852*
      91. CITY OF PORT HURON, 1867*
      92. CITY OF PORTLAND, 1873 -see NEW ENGLAND, 1862
      93. CITY OF PORTLAND, 1873
      94. CITY OF QUINCY, 1857 - see QUINCY, 1857
      95. CITY OF RICHMOND, 1851
      96. CITY OF ST. IGNACE, 1907 - see CITY OF CLEVELAND, 1886
      97. CITY OF SANDUSKY, 1866 *
      98. CITY OF SAUGATUCK, 1922 - see CITY OF ALPENA, 1893
      99. CITY OF SUPERIOR, 1857 *
      100. CITY OF THE BAY, 1852 *
      101. CITY OF THE STRAITS, 1893 - see CITY OF DETROIT, 1878
      102. CITY OF TOKIO, 1874
      103. CITY OF TOLEDO, 1868*
      104. CITY OF TORONTO, 1924*
      105. CITY OF TORONTO *
      106. CITY OF TRAVERSE, 1870*
      107. CITY OF WINNIPEG, 1878 - see ANNIE L. CRAIG, 1870
      1. CLARION, 1838
      2. CLEVELAND, 1846*
      3. CLIFTON, 1846*
      4. COLONEL MOODY
      5. COLONIST, 1854*
      6. COLORADO, 1866*
      7. COLUMBIA, 1829
      8. COLUMBIA, 1848*
      9. COLUMBIA, 1873*
      10. COLUMBIAN, 1867 - see CATARACT, 1846
      11. COLUMBIAN, 1867
      12. COLUMBUS, 1829
      13. COMMERCE, 1837*
      14. COMMERCE, 1862
      15. COMMODORE BARRY, 1834*
      16. USS COMMODORE JONES, 1863
      17. USS COMMODORE MacDONOUGH, 1863
      18. COMMODORE PERRY, 1834 *
      19. COMMODORE PERRY, 1864 *
      20. COMMODORE READ, 1861 - see ATLANTIC, 1857 Confederate Navy
      21. CONGRESS, 1902 - see NEBRASKA, 1867
      22. CONQUEROR, 1866 - see DICTATOR, 1862
      23. CONSIDE
      24. CONSTELLATION, 1825
      25. CONSTITUTION, 1823
      26. CONSTITUTION, 1833
      27. CONSTITUTION, 1837*
      28. CONSTITUTION
      29. CONTINENTAL
      30. CORA LYNN, 1860 - see NOVELTY, 1852
      31. CORINTHIAN, 1864 *
      32. CORNWALL - see KINGSTON
      33. CORONA, 1870 *
      34. CORONA, 1896 *
      35. CORSICAN, 1870*
      36. CORTEZ, 1865 - see DE MOLAY, 1863
      37. USCS CORWIN, 1851
      38. COSTA RICA, 1863
      39. CREAM CITY, 1862*
      40. CREOLE, 1862
      41. CROTON, 1840
      42. CRYSTAL, 1901 - see PEARL, 1875
      43. CUBA, 1856
      44. CUBA, 1875*
      45. CUMBERLAND, 1866 - see PATUXENT, 1827
      46. CUMBERLAND, 1871*
      47. CUYAHOGA, 1856 *
      48. CYNTHIA MacGREGOR, 1833*
      1. DAI CHING, 1862
      2. DALHOUSIE, 1819*
      3. DELAWARE, 1834*
      4. DELAWARE, 1846*
      5. DELAWARE, 1858
      6. DELAWARE, 1872 - see PERRY, 1846
      7. DE MOLAY, 1863
      8. DESPATCH, 1842*
      9. USS DESPATCH, 1855 - see CITY OF BOSTON, 1852
      10. DETROIT, 1833 *
      11. DETROIT, 1846 *
      12. DE WITT CLINTON, 1836*
      13. DIAMOND, 1837
      14. DIAMOND, 1847*
      15. DICTATOR, 1862*
      16. DOLPHIN, 1838 see BLACK HAWK, 1833
      17. DONALD, 1869 - see KANG SOO, 1862
      18. DONNELLY - see ROCHESTER, 1863
      19. DREW, 1867
      20. DUBUQUE, 1857*
      21. DUNKIRK, 1853*
      22. EARL CATHCART, 1846*
      23. EASTERN QUEEN, 1857
      24. ECLIPSE, 1843*
      25. ECLIPSE, 1854*
      26. EDITH, 1852 *
      27. EDWIN LEWIS, 1845
      28. EIGHTH (8th) OHIO, 1867*
      29. EL MOUNASSIR, 1863 - see HMS WIVERN, 1863
      30. EL TOUSSON, 1863 - see HMS SCORPION, 1863
      31. ELM CITY, 1855
      32. ELMIRA, 1856*
      33. EMERALD, 1826
      34. EMIGRANT, 1843*
      35. EMPIRE STATE, 1893
      36. EMPRESS, 1864 - see NEW ERA, 1849
      37. EMPRESS OF INDIA see ROCHESTER, 1863
      38. ENTERPRISE, 1825*
      39. EQUATOR, 1857 *
      40. EQUINOX, 1857 *
      41. ESSEX, 1826
      42. EUPHRATES, 1856*
      43. EUREKA, 1840
      44. EUTERPE, 1864
      45. EVENING STAR, 1866*
      46. EVERGREEN CITY, 1856*
      47. EXPRESS, 1925 - see LOUISE, 1863
      48. F. W. BACKUS, 1846*
      49. FAIRPORT, 1838*
      50. FALCON, 1853 *
      51. FALCON, 1861
      52. FARMER, 1850
      53. FASHION, 1847*
      54. Federal Artillery Transports
      55. FINTRY, 1853*
      56. FIREFLY, 1812
      57. FLAMBEAU, 1861
      58. FLORIDA, 1859
      59. FLORIDA, 1916 - see CITY OF MACKINAC, 1883
      60. FOHKIEN
      61. FOREST CITY*
      62. FOREST CITY, 1851 *
      63. FOREST CITY, 1852 *
      64. FOREST CITY, 1870 *
      65. FOREST QUEEN, 1852 *
      66. FOREST QUEEN, 1855 *
      67. FOREST QUEEN *
      68. FORESTER, 1854*
      69. FRANCES SMITH
      70. FRANCES SMITH, 1867*
      71. FRANKLIN, 1827
      72. FREDERICK FOLLETT, 1852*
      73. FREE STATE, 1856*
      74. FREE TRADER *
      75. FREE TRADER, 1848*
      76. FREMONT, 1850
      77. FREMONT, 1851*
      78. FRONTIER - see ROCHESTER, 1863
      79. USS FUCHSIA, 1863 - see KIANG SOO, 1862
      80. FUNG SHUEY, 1864
      81. GALATEA, 1863
      82. GARDEN CITY, 1853*
      83. GAZELLE, 1858 *
      84. GENERAL CUSTER, 1865 - see MOUNT SAVAGE, 1853
      85. GENERAL GRANT, 1864 *
      86. GENERAL HARRISON, 1839
      87. GENERAL KNOX, 1854
      88. GENERAL McDONALD, 1851
      89. GENERAL MEIGS, 1862
      90. GENERAL RUSK, 1856
      91. GENERAL SCOTT, 1839*
      92. GENERAL SMYTHE, 1815
      93. GENERAL TAYLOR, 1848*
      94. GENERAL WARREN, 1843
      95. GENERAL URBISTONDO
      96. USS GENESEE, 1862
      97. GENESEE CHIEF, 1846*
      98. GEORGE H. STOUT, 1858
      99. GEORGE L. DUNLAP, 1865*
      100. GEORGE MOFFATT, 1853*
      101. GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1833*
      102. GEORGE'S CREEK, 1853*
      103. GEORGIANNA, 1864*
      104. GERM
      105. GLOBE, 1842
      106. GOLDEN STATE, 1852
      107. GOLDEN STATE, 1852*
      108. GOLIATH, 1846 *
      109. GOODTIME, 1924 - see CITY OF DETROIT, 1889
      110. GORE, 1839 *
      111. GOVERNOR CHASE, 1864
      112. GOVERNOR CUSHMAN, 1857*
      113. GOVERNOR DUDLEY, 1838
      114. GOVERNOR MARCY, 1833*
      115. GOVERNOR MASON *
      116. GRAMPUS, 1866 - see STONINGTON, 1866
      117. GRECIAN, 1863*
      118. GREYHOUND, 1863
      119. GREYHOUND, 1886 - see NORTHWEST, 1867
      120. GUATEMALA, 1858
      121. GUIDING STAR, 1867*
      122. GULF CITY, 1865 - see AUGUSTA DINSMORE, 1863
      1. H. A. KENT, 1850 - see HENRY A. KENT, 1850
      2. H. S. HAGAR, 1865
      3. HAMPTON, 1818 - see RICHMOND, 1818
      4. HAN-KOW, 1860
      5. HARLAN, 1865
      6. HARTFORD, 1848
      7. HARTSENE, 1856
      8. HASTINGS - see ROCHESTER, 1863, - see ST. MARY'S, 1861
      9. USS HATTERAS, 1861
      10. HAZE *
      11. HELEN AUGUSTA, 1861
      12. HELEN STRONG, 1845*
      13. HENDRICK HUDSON, 1846*
      14. HENDRICK HUDSON, 1862
      15. HENRY A. BEACH, 1851
      16. HENRY A. KENT, 1850*
      17. HENRY CLAY, 1849 *
      18. HENRY E. BISHOP - see JOSEPHINE, 1853
      19. HENRY ECKFORD, 1824
      20. HENRY GILDERSLEEVE, 1839*
      21. HERCULES, 1843 *
      22. HIGHLAND LIGHT, 1858
      23. HIGHLANDER, 1858*
      24. HUDSON, 1824
      25. HUNTRESS, 1838
      26. HUNTRESS, 1832
      27. HURON *
      28. I. U. MASTERS, 1862*
      29. IDLEHOUR, 1893 *
      30. INDEPENDENCE, 1827
      31. INDEPENDENCE, 1851
      32. INDIANA, 1848 *
      33. INDIAN QUEEN, 1844*
      34. INKERMAN, 1855 *
      35. INTERNATIONAL, 1872 *
      36. INTERNATIONAL, 1883 *
      37. IOWA, 1852*
      38. IRELAND *
      39. IRON CITY, 1856 *
      40. IRON DUKE, 1846 *
      41. IROQUOIS, 1831 *
      42. ISAAC SMITH, 1861
      43. ISLANDER, 1846
      44. ISLAND BELL
      45. IUKA
      46. IVANHOE, 1868*
      1. J. W. BROOKS, 1851*
      2. JACKSON, 1853
      3. JAMES ALLEN, 1839*
      4. JAMES MADISON, 1836
      5. JAMES MADISON, 1836*
      6. JAMES T. BRADY, 1864
      7. JAMES T. BRETT, 1885 - see KEYPORT, 1853
      8. JAMES WOOD, 1846
      9. JEFFERSON, 1853*
      10. JENNY LIND, 1853*
      11. JENNY LIND, 1858*
      12. JERSEY CITY, 1854*
      13. JOHN A. WARNER, 1857
      14. JOHN BULL, 1834
      15. JOHN ERICSSON, 1896*
      16. JOHN HOLLISTER, 1848*
      17. JOHN MARSHALL, 1824
      18. JOHN MARSHALL, 1844*
      19. JOHN MARSHALL, 1838*
      20. JOHN ROMER, 1863
      21. USRC JOHN SHERMAN, 1865*
      22. JOHN SYLVESTER, 1866
      23. JOSEPHINE, 1853
      24. JULIA PALMER, 1837*
      25. JULIUS D. MORTON, 1848*
      26. KARNAK, 1853*
      27. KASOTA, 1856*
      28. KENOSHA, 1856*
      29. KENT, 1841 *
      30. KENT, 1854
      31. KENTUCKY, 1853*
      32. KEYSTONE, 1929 - see CITY OF CLEVELAND, 1886
      33. KEYSTONE STATE, 1849*
      34. KIANG SOO, 1862
      35. KIANG TZSE, 1862
      36. USS KING PHILIP, 1861 - see POWHATAN, 1845
      37. KINGSTON, 1833 *
      38. LACROSSE, 1857 *
      39. LADY SHERBROOKE, 1818*
      40. LADY SIMPSON, 1850 *
      41. LAKE ERIE, 1875 *
      42. L'ASSOMPTION, 1859 *
      43. LAVACA, 1865 - see GENERAL MEIGS, 1862
      44. LEGISLATOR, 1824
      45. LEO, 1865
      46. LEXINGTON, 1838*
      47. LIBERTY, 1929 - see CITY OF DETROIT, 1878
      48. LILLIAN, 1863
      49. LITTLE ADA, 1863 - see PETER SMITH, 1863
      50. LIZZIE BAKER
      51. LOCUST POINT, 1853
      52. LONDON, 1844*
      53. LORD ELGIN, 1848*
      54. LORD SYDENHAM - see ONTARIO, 1839
      55. LOUISE, 1863
      56. LOUISE, 1889 - see JOHN ROMER, 1863
      57. LOUISIANA, 1850
      58. LOUISIANA, 1860
      59. LUCY, 1863
      1. M. B. SPAULDING, 1849
      2. M. W. CHAPIN, 1856
      3. M. W. CHAPIN, 1858
      4. MACASSA, 1888
      5. MacDONOUGH, 1828
      6. MADELINE
      7. MAID OF ORLEANS, 1861 - see MAID OF THE MIST, 1854
      8. MAID OF THE MIST, 1846*
      9. MAID OF THE MIST, 1854*
      10. MALSHAM, 1814
      11. MANASOO, 1927
      12. MANHATTAN, 1819
      13. MANHATTAN, 1847*
      14. MANITOBA, 1871*
      15. MANITOULIN, 1927 - see MODJESKA, 1888
      16. MANITOULIN, 1880*
      17. MARCO BOZZARIS, 1826
      18. MARINE CITY, 1866*
      19. MARIPOSA, 1864
      20. MARMION, 1865 - see CHARLES THOMAS, 1863
      21. MARQUETTE, 1859*
      22. MARY ELLA
      23. MARY STEWART, 1855*
      24. MARY WASHINGTON, 1846
      25. MAYFLOWER, 1852*
      26. MAZEPPA, 1836*
      27. MAZEPPA
      28. MAZEPPA*
      29. McDONOUGH, 1826
      30. MERRIMACK
      31. MESSENGER, 1866*
      32. META, 1863
      33. METEOR, 1851
      34. METEOR, 1864
      35. METROPOLIS, 1868*
      36. MICHIGAN, 1852*
      37. MILWAUKEE, 1879*
      38. MILWAUKEE, 1852*
      39. MINNA, 1858 - see ORIENTAL, 1858
      40. MINNEHAHA, 1857
      41. MINNESOTA, 1857*
      42. MINNETONKA, 1865 - see CAMBRIDGE, 1860
      43. MINNUESSTUNK, 1834 *
      44. H. M. S. MINOS, 1840*
      45. MISSOURI, 1840 *
      46. MISSOURI, 1857 *
      47. MODJESKA, 1888 *
      48. H. M. S. MOHAWK, 1843*
      49. USS MOHAWK, 1859 - see CALEDONIA, 1853
      50. MOHEGAN, 1839
      51. MONARCH, 1856*
      52. MONROE, 1834*
      53. MONTANA, 1865
      54. MONTEREY, 1864
      55. MONTEZUMA, 1848*
      56. MONTGOMERY, 1856*
      57. MONTICELLO, 1848*
      58. MONTREAL, 1855 - see ONTARIO, 1839
      59. MONTREAL, 1856
      60. MONTREAL, 1857
      61. MOUNT VERNON, 1854*
      62. NAPOLEON, 1845 *
      63. NARRAGANSETT, 1836
      64. NATCHEZ, 1837
      65. NAVARINO *
      66. NEBRASKA, 1867*
      67. NEW BRUNSWICK, 1860
      68. NEW ENGLAND, 1853 *
      69. NEW ENGLAND, 1862
      70. NEW JERSEY, 1841
      71. NEW LONDON, 1859
      72. NEW PHILADELPHIA, 1826
      73. NEW YORK, 1833 *
      74. NEW YORK, 1843 *
      75. NEW YORK, 1850
      76. NEW YORK, 1856 *
      77. NEWBERRYPORT, 1832*
      1. NIAGARA, 1826 *
      2. NIAGARA, 1826 *
      3. NIAGARA, 1849 *
      4. NIAGARA, 1860 *
      5. NILE, 1852 *
      6. NORFOLK, 1826
      7. NORSEMAN, 1868*
      8. NORTH, 1873 - see CAMPANA, 1873
      9. NORTH AMERICA, 1834 *
      10. NORTH AMERICA, 1835
      11. NORTH AMERICA, 1857 *
      12. NORTH CAROLINA, 1838
      13. NORTH KING - see NORSEMAN
      14. NORTHERN MICHIGAN, 1853 *
      15. NORTHERN QUEEN, 1878 - see ROBERT HOLLAND, 1872
      16. NORTHERNER, 1851*
      17. NORWICH, 1836
      18. NOVELTY, 1852 *
      19. OAKLAND, 1867 *
      20. OAKVILLE, 1834*
      21. OAKWOOD, 1891 *
      22. OCEAN, 1872*
      23. OGONTZ, 1848*
      24. OHIO, 1830 *
      25. OHIO, 1847 *
      26. OLD CONCORD, 1855*
      27. OLEAN, 1856 *
      28. OLIVE BRANCH, 1815
      29. OLIVE BRANCH, 1836
      30. OLIVER L. SWIFT, 1859*
      31. OLIVER M. HYDE, 1853 - see RED JACKET, 1838
      32. OMAR PASHA, 1854 *
      33. OLUSTEE, 1864 - see CSS TALLAHASSEE, 1864
      34. ONEIDA, 1836 *
      35. ONEIDA, 1846 - see JAMES MADISON, 1836
      36. ONEIDA, 1835*
      37. ONEIDA, 1846*
      38. ONGIARA, 1885 *
      39. ONTARIO, 1839 *
      40. ONTARIO, 1846 *
      41. ONTARIO, 1851 *
      42. ONTARIO, 1857 - see BAY STATE, 1852
      43. ONTARIO, 1875*
      44. OREGON, 1845*
      45. ORIENTAL, 1858
      46. ORIENTAL, 1854*
      47. ORIENTAL, 1861
      48. ORION, 1865 *
      49. ORLEANS, 1898*
      50. ORONTES, 1856*
      51. ORTEGA, 1922 - see UNITED SHORES, 1910
      52. ORUS, 1842
      53. OSHAWA, 1854*
      54. OSPREY, 1863*
      55. OSWEGO, 1833*
      56. OSWEGO, 1842*
      57. OTTAWA, 1848*
      58. OTTAWA, 1853*
      59. OTTAWA *
      60. OTTAWA, 1853*
      61. OXFORD,1853*
      1. PACIFIC, 1848*
      2. PACIFIC, 1864*
      3. PALMETTO, 1851
      4. PAMPERO, 1850
      5. PARKERSBURG, 1857 - see HENRY A. BEACH, 1851
      6. PARKER VEIN, 1853
      7. PATENT, 1821
      8. PATUXENT, 1827
      9. PAUGASSET, 1847 *
      10. PEARL, 1875 *
      11. PENINSULA, 1849 *
      12. PENNSYLVANIA, 1832 *
      13. PENNSYLVANIA, 1898 *
      14. PERIT, 1863
      15. PET, 1851 - see COMMERCE, 1851
      16. PETERSBURG, 1865 - see WESTERN WORLD, 1856
      17. PETER SMITH, 1863*
      18. PETREL, 1848 *
      19. PHENIX, 1884 - see I. U. MASTERS, 1862
      20. PHILADELPHIA, 1816
      21. PHILADELPHIA, 1826
      22. PICTOU, 1872 - see FAH KEE, 1863
      23. PIEDMONT, 1853
      24. PILOT BOY, 1857
      25. PIONEER, 1825 *
      26. PITTSBURGH, 1897 - see MANITOBA, 1871
      27. PITTSBURGH, 1856*
      28. PLANTER, 1845
      29. PLANTER, 1851
      30. PLYMOUTH, 1854*
      31. POCAHONTAS, 1832
      32. POCAHONTAS, 1846*
      33. USS POCAHONTAS, 1859 - see CITY OF BOSTON, 1852
      34. POLING BROS. NO. 2, 1928 - see PETER SMITH, 1863
      35. PONTIAC, 1854 *
      36. PORCUPINE *
      37. POTOMAC, 1820
      38. POTOMAC, 1853 *
      39. POTOMAC, 1858 - see PIEDMONT, 1853
      40. POTOMAC, 1865 - see FARMER, 1850
      41. POWHATAN, 1816
      42. POWHATAN, 1846
      43. PRAIRIE STATE, 1852 *
      44. PRESCOTT *
      45. PRINCE ALBERT, 1843 *
      46. PRINCE ALFRED, 1854
      47. PRINCESS *
      48. PRINCESS VICTORIA - see BARCELONA, 1836
      49. PRINZ ADALBERT, 1864
      50. PROMETHEUS
      51. PURITAN, 1893*
      52. QUEBEC, 1874*
      53. QUEEN *
      54. QUEEN, 1840*
      55. QUEEN CITY, 1856*
      56. QUEEN CITY, 1885 - see ONGIARA, 1885
      57. QUEEN OF THE LAKES, 1853*
      58. QUEEN OF THE WEST*
      59. QUEEN VICTORIA
      60. QUINCY, 1857 *
      61. R. B. FORBES, 1845
      62. R. P. RITHET
      63. RACINE, 1844 *
      64. RACINE, 1856 *
      65. RAPID, 1834 *
      66. RARITAN, 1858
      67. RED JACKET, 1838
      68. REINDEER *
      69. REINDEER, 1857 *
      70. RELIEF, 1855 *
      71. REPUBLIC, 1848*
      72. RESCUE, 1855 *
      73. RHODE ISLAND, 1836 *
      74. RHODE ISLAND, 1838 *
      75. RICHARD STOCKTON, 1852
      76. RICHMOND, 1814
      77. RICHMOND, 1818
      78. RIVER BELLE, 1880 - see CRICKET, 1846
      79. RIVER BIRD, 1854
      80. ROANOKE, 1818
      81. ROBERT FULTON, 1835*
      82. ROBERT HOLLAND, 1872*
      83. ROCHESTER, 1838 *
      84. ROCHESTER, 1843 *
      85. ROCKLAND, 1853
      86. ROSE STANDISH, 1863
      87. ROYAL WILLIAM
      88. RUBY, 1851 *
      89. RUSSIA, 1872*
      1. S. D. CALDWELL, 1862*
      2. SAGINAW, 1836 *
      3. SAGINAW, 1850 *
      4. SAGINAW, 1866 *
      5. ST. CLAIR, 1843 *
      6. ST. CLAIR, 1867 *
      7. ST. DAVID *
      8. ST. GEORGE, 1825
      9. ST. GEORGE, 1833*
      10. ST. JOSEPH, 1846*
      11. ST. JOSEPH, 1867*
      12. ST. LAWRENCE, 1850
      13. ST. LAWRENCE, 1848*
      14. ST. LAWRENCE, 1863
      15. ST. LOUIS, 1864 *
      16. ST. LOUIS, 1865 - see KARNAK, 1853
      17. ST. MARY, 1862
      18. ST. MARY'S, 1861
      19. ST. NICHOLAS, 1845
      20. ST. PAUL, 1868 *
      21. SALVADOR, 1862
      22. SAM WARD, 1847 *
      23. SAMSON, 1843 *
      24. SANDUSKY, 1826
      25. SANDUSKY, 1834 *
      26. SANDUSKY, 1848 *
      27. SANDY HOOK, 1902 - see PURITAN, 1893
      28. SANTEE, 1865 - see DAYLIGHT, 1860
      29. SARAH FRANCES DORR, 1862*
      30. SARAH VAN EPPS, 1862*
      31. SARANAC
      32. SAVANNAH, 1838
      33. SCIOTA, 1848 *
      34. SCORPION, 1863
      35. SCOTIA, 1861
      36. SCOTLAND, 1847*
      37. SEBASTOPOL, 1855*
      38. SELMA, 1856
      39. SHANNON, 1828*
      40. SHAN-SCI, 1862
      41. SHEBOYGAN, 1869*
      42. SHELDON THOMPSON, 1830*
      43. SHERIDAN, 1861
      44. SHREWSBURY, 1887*
      45. SILVER SPRAY, 1864*
      46. SIOUX CITY, 1917 - see UNITED SHORES, 1910
      47. SIR CHARLES NAPIER, 1842*
      48. SIR JAMES KEMPT, 1829 *
      49. SIR ROBERT PEEL, 1837 *
      50. SOMERSET, 1862
      51. SOREL, 1852 *
      52. SOUTH CAROLINA, 1835
      53. SOUTH CAROLINA, 1851
      54. SOUTHERNER, 1847*
      55. SOUTHERNER
      56. SPEED*
      57. STAR, 1837*
      58. STATE OF MARYLAND, 1865 - see ATLANTIC, 1857
      59. STATE OF NEW YORK, 1892 - see CITY OF MACKINAC, 1883
      60. STATE OF OHIO, 1893 - see CITY OF CLEVELAND, 1880
      61. STATE OF VIRGINIA, 1865 - see NORTHERNER, 1850
      62. STETTIN,1861 - see SHERIDAN, 1865
      63. SUFFOLK, 1842
      64. SUN, 1825
      65. SUNNYSIDE, 1866
      66. SUPERIOR
      67. SUPERIOR
      68. SUPERIOR, 1845*
      69. SUSQUEHANNAH, 1858
      70. SUWANEE, 1856 - see PAMPERO, 1850
      71. SWAN, 1851 *
      72. USS SWEET BRIAR, 1863 - see DICTATOR, 1862
      73. SWIFTSURE, 1811*
      74. SWIFTSURE, 1825
      75. SYDENHAM, 1839
      76. SYLVAN DELL, 1872
      77. SYRACUSE, 1857
      78. SZE-CHEUN, 1862
      79. T. F. PARK, 1865 - see PLOUGH BOY, 1851
      80. T. U. BRADBURY, 1855*
      81. TAIHO MARU, 1855
      82. TALLAHASSEE, 1864
      83. TAMINED, 1853 - see MIANTONOMI, 1850
      84. TECUMSEH, 1845*
      85. TELEGRAPH, 1832
      86. TELEGRAPH, 1837*
      87. TELEGRAPH, 1849*
      88. TERREBONNE, 1856*
      89. TEXAS, 1851
      90. THAMES, 1832*
      91. THOMAS A. SCOTT
      92. THOMAS CORNELL, 1863
      93. THOMAS SWAN, 1853
      94. TIBBETT *
      95. TOLEDO, 1862*
      96. TORONTO, 1825*
      97. TRADE WIND, 1862
      98. TRANSIT, 1838 - see CONSTITUTION, 1833
      99. TRAVELER, 1852*
      100. TRAVELLER*
      101. TRENTON
      102. TROY, 1849/TROY, 1845
      103. Captain James Tucker
      104. TWILIGHT, 1865
      105. TYBEE, 1865 - see GOVERNOR CHASE, 1864
      1. ULYSSES, 1864
      2. UNCLE SAM, 1832*
      3. UNDERWRITER, 1852
      4. UNION
      5. UNION, 1861*
      6. UNITED KINGDOM, 1831 - see ALCIOPE, 1828
      7. UNITED SHORES, 1910*
      8. United States Artillery Transport (Civil War)
      9. VALLEY CITY, 1859
      10. VARUNA, 1861
      11. VARUNA, 1863
      12. VERMILION, 1832*
      13. VERMONT, 1809
      14. VERMONT, 1851*
      15. VERMONT *
      16. VICKSBURG, 1865
      17. VICTORIA *
      18. VICTORIA, 1850*
      19. VIGO
      20. VIRGINIA, 1853
      21. VIRGO, 1865
      22. W. G. HOWE
      23. W. W. COIT, 1864
      24. WABASH, 1863 *
      25. WABASH VALLEY, 1856*
      26. WATERLOO, 1840*
      27. WAVE, 1850 *
      28. WELLAND, 1842*
      29. WESTERN, 1832*
      30. WESTERN, 1838*
      31. WESTERN WORLD, 1856
      32. WESTFIELD, 1862
      33. WEYBOSSET, 1864
      34. WHAT CHEER, 1867
      35. WHITE CLOUD, 1859
      36. WHITEHALL, 1850
      37. WILLIAM AVERY, 1832*
      38. WILLIAM CALDWELL, 1838
      39. WILLIAM C. REDFIELD, 1865
      40. WILLIAM F. P. TAYLOR, 1835*
      41. WILLIAM KENNEDY, 1864
      42. WILLIAM NEWMAN, 1872
      43. U. S. R. C. WILLIAM P. FESSENDEN, 1865 *
      44. U. S. R. C. WILLIAM P. FESSENDEN, 1883 *
      45. WILLIAM PEACOCK, 1829
      46. WILLIAM SELDEN, 1851
      47. WILLIAM TIBBETTS, 1864
      48. Wilmington and Raleigh Railroad Company Steamers
      49. WINFIELD SCOTT
      50. WINNEBAGO CHIEF, 1830*
      51. WISCONSIN, 1852 *
      52. H. M. S. WIVERN, 1863
      53. WYANDANK, 1847
      54. YANGTSZE, 1857
      55. YANKEE, 1854 - see RIVER BIRD, 1854
      56. YAZOO, 1863
      57. YONKERS, 1902 - see MILWAUKEE, 1879
      58. YOUNG AMERICA, 1853*
      59. ZIMMERMAN, 1853 *
      1. Adler Line
      2. Alexandre and Sons
      3. Allan Line American Atlantic Screw Steamship Co.
      4. American Line
      5. American Mail Steamers, 1857
      6. American President Lines
      7. American Republics Line
      8. American Steamship Company
      9. Atlantic & Pacific Mail Steamship Company
      10. Atlantic Coast Mail Steamship Company
      11. Baltimore Ferry Boats
      12. Baltimore & Ohio Trans-Atlantic Steamship Company
      13. Blockade Runners - British
      14. Boston & Philadelphia Steamship Company
      15. British & American Steam Navigation Company
      16. California, New York & European Steamship Company
      17. California, New Zealand & Australia Steamship Company
      18. California Steam Navigation Company
      19. Canada Shipping Company
      20. Canadian Navigation Company/Canadian Inland Steam Navigation Company
      21. Canadian Railways History - Important Dates
      22. Central American Transit Company
      23. Central of Georgia Railway and Banking Company
      24. Chester River Steamboat Company
      25. China Coast - American Steamers
      26. Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Company
      27. Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Company and Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company - Vessel Name Changes
      28. Clyde - Mallory Line
      29. Collins Line - see New York & Liverpool U. S. Mail Steamship Company
      30. Commercial Steamboat Company
      31. Compagnie Generale Transatlantique
      32. H. B. Cromwell & Company
      33. Davis, Brooks & Company
      34. Detroit & Cleveland Steamers
      35. Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company and Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Company - Vessel Name Changes
      36. Eastern Steamship Company
      37. Empire City Line
      38. Fall River Iron Works
      39. Goodall, Nelson & Perkins
      40. Goodrich Line
      41. Graham & Morton Navigation Company
      42. Grace Line Fleet
      43. Greene Line
      44. Great Western Steamship Company
      45. Guion Line
      46. Haiti - Naval & Government Steamers
      47. Haiti - American Steamers Purchased
      48. Hamburg - America Line (Hamburg Amerikanische Paketfahrt Actien Gesellschaft - HAPAG)
      49. Harlem & New York Navigation Company
      50. Holladay & Brenham - see Oregon & California Steamship Company
      51. Holladay & Flint
      52. J. Hooper & Company
      53. J. Howard & Company
      54. Howland & Aspinwall
      1. Independent Line
      2. Inman Line
      3. International Steamship Company
      4. Jones & Johnson
      5. Lake Champlain Steamers
      6. Law's Line
      7. Arthur Leary
      8. Livingston, Crocheron & Company
      9. Livingston, Fox & Company
      10. Louisiana - Tehuantepec Company
      11. Merchants & Miners Transportation Company
      12. Merchants Steamship Company
      13. Merchants of Boston Steamship Line
      14. Metropolitan Steamship Company
      15. Middletown and Shrewsbury Steamboat & Transportation Company
      16. Edward Mills
      17. Mitchill's or Mitchell's Line - see New York & Savannah Steam Navigation Company
      18. Mitsubishi Company
      19. Morgan Steamship Lines
      20. Morgan & Garrison - see New York & California Steamship Company
      21. Morgan & Stoddard - see Empire City Line
      22. Murray's Line - New York to Savannah
      23. National Steam Navigation Company (National Line)
      24. Neptune Steamship Company
      25. New England Transportation Company
      26. New Independent Line
      27. New Nicaragua Steamship Company - see New York & California Steamship Company
      28. New York area ferry boats
      29. New York & Bremen Steamship Company
      30. New York & California Steamship Company
      31. New York & Charleston Line - see Spofford, Tileston & Co.
      32. New York & Charleston Steamship Company
      33. New York & Cuba Mail Line Fleet
      34. New York & Havana Direct Mail Line
      35. New York & Havre Steam Navigation Company (Livingston Line)
      36. New York & Liverpool U. S. Mail Steamship Company (Collins Line)
      37. New York & Mexican Mail Steamship Line
      38. New York & San Francisco Steamship Company
      39. New York & Savannah Steam Navigation Company
      40. New York & South Carolina Steamship Company
      41. New York & Virginia Steamship Company
      42. New York Mail Steamship Company
      43. Niagara Navigation Company Ltd.
      44. Nicaragua Steamship Company
      45. Niagara Harbour & Dock Company
      46. Norddeutscher Lloyd (North German Lloyd)
      47. North American Lloyd
      48. North American Steamship Company
      49. North Atlantic Steamship Company
      50. Nova Scotia - New Brunswick Steamers
      1. Ocean Steam Navigation Company
      2. Ocean Steamship Company Oceanic Steamship Company (Matson Line)
      3. Old Dominion Steamship Company
      4. Opposition Line - see People's Independent Line
      5. Oregon & California Steamship Company
      6. Oregon Improvement Company
      7. Oregon Steamship Company
      8. Ottawa River Navigation Company
      9. Pacific Coast Steamship Company
      10. Pacific Mail Steamship Company
      11. Panama - Pacific Line
      12. Panama Transit Steamship Company
      13. Paraguay Expedition Squadron
      14. Parker Vein Coal Company
      15. People's Independent Line
      16. People's Line - see People's Independent Line
      17. People's Opposition Line - see Central America Transit Co.
      18. Providence & New York Steamship Company
      19. Providence & Stonington Steamship Company
      20. Red Bank Steamboat Company
      21. Reed Steamship Line
      22. Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company
      23. Ruger Brothers American Line
      24. Southern Steam Packet Company
      25. Spofford, Tileston & Company (New York & Charleston Line)
      26. Star Line - see New York Mail Steamship Company
      27. State Line
      28. Stonington Steamship Company
      29. Union Steamship Company (J. H. Foster)
      30. United American (Harriman) Lines
      31. United Fruit Company
      32. United States & Brazil Mail Steamship Company
      33. United States & Brazil Mail Steamship Company
      34. United States & Brazil Mail Steamship Company
      35. United States Lines
      36. United States Mail Steamship Company
      37. United States Navy Department - Steamers bought and sold
      38. United States Navy Vessels in Early American Steamers
      39. United States War Department - Vessels Chartered
      40. United States Naval Military Expeditions - Civil War
      41. United States Navy 1898 Auxiliary Cruisers
      42. United States Hospital Ships - World War II
      43. United States Mine-Laying Squadron #1 - World War I
      44. United States Steamers seized from Germany in World War I
      45. United States War Departmant, Quartermaster Corps - List of Transports for Army
      46. Occupation of Cuba, 1898
      47. Vanderbilt European Line
      48. Ward Line
      49. William F. Weld & Company - see Merchants of Boston Steamship Line
      50. West Indies & Venezuela Steamship Company

      Box 6: Miscellaneous Vessel Research Notes

      1. ALABAMA, 1849*
      2. CAHAWBA, 1854
      3. CSS CHICKAMAUGA
      4. CONSTITUTION, 1850
      5. DOLPHIN, 1835
      6. E. K. COLLINS*
      7. FRANKLIN, 1827
      8. FREMONT
      9. GARDEN CITY, 1853
      10. GENERAL WARREN, 1843
      11. USS GERTRUDE
      12. HELEN, 1862
      13. USS ISONOMIA
      14. JACQUES CARTIER
      15. JAMES H. ELLMORE
      16. JAMES T. BRADY
      17. JUPITER
      18. KING PHILIP, 1832
      19. LAFAYETTE, 1851
      20. LITTLE JULIANA, 1802
      1. NELLY BAKER
      2. NEW ORLEANS
      3. NORTH AMERICA, 1850
      4. Paraguay Expedition, 1858-1859
      5. PHILADELPHIA, 1849
      6. PLANTER, 1860
      7. PRINCE ALFRED, 1854
      8. QUAKER CITY
      9. REPUBLIQUE
      10. REICHSMARINEAMT
      11. REPUBLIQUE
      12. SARANAC, 1841
      13. WASHINGTON, 1827
      14. WHITEHALL, 1838
      15. WINOOSKI, 1832

      Folder 3: Preliminary List of Canadian Steamships, 1809-1930

      Folder 4: Article Manuscripts

      1. "The Two Blockade Runners JUPITER"
      2. "Pictures of the Ferry INTERNATIONAL"
      3. "Railroad Ferry Boats on the Niagara River"
      4. "The Shipyard at Chippawa, Ontario"
      5. "The Sidewheeler TROY"
      6. "MERCHANT: The First Iron-Hulled Propeller on the Great Lakes"
      7. "Golden Anniversaries: 1907-1957"
      8. "The Steamship SIR JOHN HARVEY"
      9. "From Mail Steamboat to Yacht Club House"
      10. "The CITY OF BUFFALO: Last of the Great Lakes' 'Palace Steamers"'
      11. "The GENERAL PORTER"
      12. "The Neptune Quintuplets"
      13. "The ALVA"
      14. "The CITY OF BUFFALO: Last of the Great Lakes' 'Palace Steamers"'

      Folder 5: Marine Engines - Builders, Specifications, Technical Data

      Folder 6: Magazine Illustrations: Index of Steamers Pictured in Leslie's Illustrated Weekly, Harper's Illustrated Weekly Newspaper, Ballou's Drawing Room Companion


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      The Scotch-Irish in America tells the story of how the hardy breed of men and women, who in America came to be known as the &lsquoScotch-Irish&rsquo, was forged in the north of Ireland during the seventeenth century. It relates the circumstances under which the great exodus to the New World began, the trials and tribulations faced by these tough American pioneers and the enduring influence they came to exert on the politics, education and religion of the country.


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      MACDONOGH, Giles. British, b. 1955. Genres: Food and Wine, History. Career: Teacher of English as a foreign language in Paris, France, 1979-82 University of Paris II, Paris, charge de travaux diriges for legal English, 1982-83 Schiller International University, lecturer in history, 1983-84 public relations consultant, 1985-86 free-lance journalist, 1986-. Occasional contributor to British Broadcasting Corp. Publications: A Palate in Revolution: Grimod de La Reyniere and the Almanach des Gourmands, 1987 A Good German: Adam von Trott zu Solz, 1990 Brillat-Savarin: The Judge and His Stomach, 1992 The Wine and Food of Austria, 1992 Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre, Viking Guides to Grape Varieties, 1992 Prussia: The Perversion of an Idea, 1994 The Wines of Austria, a Traveller's Guide, 1997 Berlin, 1997. Address: c/o Peter Robinson, Curtis Brown, Haymarket House, 28-29 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4SP, England.

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