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The Northern Mariner - Index to articles in Volume XIX - 2009

Rodney Carlisle, Second Registers: Maritime Nations Respond to Flags of Convenience, 1984-1998 / 319

Michael Clark, Alexander Collie: The Ups and Downs of Trading with the Confederacy /125

Andrew David, James Cook’s 1763-4 survey of Newfoundland’s Northern Peninsula reassessed / 393

Robert L. Davison, A Most Fortunate Court Martial: The Trial of Captain Charles Kingsmill, 1907. / 57

James S. Dean, Bearding the Spaniard: Captain John Oxnam in the Pacific / 379

Carmen Depasquale, La Quarantaine à Malte aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles dans les mémoires, journaux et récits de quelques voyageurs / 149

Jonathan R. Dull, The Myth of French Abandonment / 1

Barry Gough, Vice-Admiral Sir Charles Saunders, Naval Victor of Quebec 1759 / 7

Peter MacLeod, Invisible Admiral: Phillip Durell at the Siege of Quebec, 1759 / 27

Hugh Murphy and Martin Bellamy, The Dazzling Zoologist: John Graham Kerr and the Early Development of Ship Camouflage / 171

John E. Ratcliffe, The Mowat Boat and the Development of Small Watercraft on the Great Lakes / 193

Donald M. Schurman, A Spy for the Empire: Julian S. Corbett at the Quebec Tercentenary, 1908 / 43

Gene Allen Smith and Larry Bartlett, “A Most Unprovoked, Unwarrantable, and Dastardly Attack”: James Buchanan, Paraguay, and the Water Witch Incident of 1855 / 269

Alan D. Zimm, American Calculations of Battleline Strength, 1941-2 / 291

Walter Lewis, The Novelty and the Compound Marine Engine in Central Canada / 413

Robert Malcomson, Call her “U. S. Frigate” or “U. S. Ship”? Naming Warships from the War of 1812 / 405

Robert Grenier, Marc-André Bernier, and Willis Stevens (eds.), The Underwater Archaeology of Red Bay: Basque Shipbuilding and Whaling in the 16th Century by Roger Smith, Amy Miller Cook, Greg Cook, and Della Scott Ireton / 425

William R. Anderson with Don Keith, Ice Diaries: The Untold Story of the Cold War’s Most Daring Mission by James Bradford / 341 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Spencer Apollonio, Lands that Hold One Spellbound. A Story of East Greenland by Len Forrest / 225 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Charles Armour, Shipbuilding in Westmorland County, New Brunswick, 1784-1910 by Bradley Shoebottom / 433 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Ayse Devrim Atauz, Eight Thousand Years of Maltese Maritime History. Trade, Piracy, and Naval Warfare in the Central Mediterranean by Simon Mercieca / 226 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Patricia Athie, The Burning Ashes of Time: From Steamer Point to Tiger Bay by David Walker / 87 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Bob Baird, Shipwrecks of the Forth and Tay by Nicholas Dixon / 342 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Greg Bak, Barbary Pirate: The Life and Crimes of John Ward, the Most Infamous Privateer of his Time by Cheryl Fury / 434 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

John Baldwin and Ron Powers, Last Flag Down: The Epic Journey of the Last Confederate Warship by Gary D. Joiner / 87 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Merrill L. Bartlett and Jack Sweetman, Leathernecks. An Illustrated History of the United States Marine Corps by C. Douglas Kroll / 229 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Capt. Robert A. Bartlett, Sails over Ice. Northern Adventures Aboard the SS Morrissey by Len Forrest / 232 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Janet Bately and Anton Englert (eds.), Ohthere’s Voyages. A 9th-century account of voyages along the coasts of Norway and Denmark and its cultural context by Jennifer Chesser / 89 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Bill Beck and C. Patrick Labadie, Pride of the Inland Seas: An Illustrated History of the Port of Duluth–Superior by Walter Lewis / 344 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Bert Bender, Catching the Ebb. Drift-fishing for a Life on Cook Inlet by David Arnold / 231 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Jan Bill (ed.), Welcome on Board! The Sea Stallion from Glendalough: A Viking Longship Recreated by Roeland Paardekooper / 90 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Richard Blake, Evangelicals in the Royal Navy, 1775-1815. Blue Lights and Psalm Singers by Jane Samson / 91 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Klaus Bösche, Karl-Heinz Hochhaus, Herwig Pollem, Jürgen Taggesell u.a. (Hrsg.) Dampfer, Diesel und Turbinen. Die Welt der Schiffsingenieure by Jacob Bart Hak / 436 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Stephen R. Bown, Madness, Betrayal and the Lash. The Epic Voyage of Captain George Vancouver by Robin Inglis / 234 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

William Reynolds Braistead, Diplomats in Blue. U.S. Naval Officers in China, 1922 1933 by Katherine K. Reist / 237 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Grant Brown Jr., Ninety Years Crossing Lake Michigan, The History of the Ann Arbor Car Ferries by Kathy Crewdson and Ian Dew / 93 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Lawrence Burr, US Cruisers 1883-1904. The birth of the steel navy by Graeme Arbuckle / 345 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Daniel Allen Butler, The Other Side of the Night: The Carpathia, the Californian, and the Night the Titanic was Lost by Jeff Sadow / 346 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Justin F. Camarata, Waterline Dioramas. A Modelbuilder’s Artform by Roger Cole / 437 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

William A. Carter, Why Me, Lord?: The Experiences of a U.S. Navy Officer in World War II's Convoy PQ 17 on the Murmansk Run by Jacob Bart Hak / 238 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Paul Clancy, Ironclad: The Epic Battle, Calamitous Loss, and Historic Recovery of the USS Monitor by Nino Scavullo / 348 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Barry Clifford, Kenneth J. Kinkor and Sharon Simpson, Real Pirates ;The Untold Story of the Whydah by Arne Bialuschewski / 239 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Gabriel B. Collins et al (eds.), China’s Energy Strategy: The Impact on Beijing’s Maritime Policies by Kenneth M. Swope / 95 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Gary Collins, The Last Farewell: The Loss of the Collett by Nino Scavullo / 349 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Richard C. Davis (ed.), The Central Australian Expedition, 1844-186. The Journals of Charles Sturt by G.R. Henning / 97 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Eric Jay Dolin, Leviathan: The History of Whaling In America by Kelly Chaves / 438 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Jonathan Dull, The Age of the Ship of the Line: The British and French Navies, 1650 1815 by James Pritchard / 351 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Bryan Elson, Nelson's Yankee Captain.The Life of Boston Loyalist Sir Benjamin Hallowell by Paul Adamthwaite / 352 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Hans Frank, German S-Boats -In Action in the Second World War by Fraser McKee / 241 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Michael Franks, The Basingstoke Admiral: the Life of Sir James Lancaster (c. 1554 1618) by John Beeler / 99 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Norman Friedman, Naval Firepower: Battleship Guns and Gunnery in the Dreadnought Era by Dean C. Allard / 101 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Robert Frump, Until the Sea Shall Free Them. Life, Death and Survival in the Merchant Marine by Morgiana Halley / 102 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Robert Frump, Two Tankers Down: The Greatest Small-Boat Rescue in U.S. Coast Guard History by Dennis L. Noble / 354 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Michael Gardiner, At the Edge of Empire: The Life of Thomas Blake Glover by Michael Clark / 440 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Marta García Garralón, Taller de Mareantes: El Real Colegio Seminario de San Telmo de Sevilla (1681-1847)(2 vols) by Carla Rahn Phillips / 242 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Douglas C. Harris, Landing Native Fisheries. Indian Reserves and Fishing Rights in British Columbia, 1840-192 by David Arnold / 441 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Ingo Heidbrink, Eric Hoops and Katharina Jantzen (eds.), Fischstäbchen (Fisheries and Fish Processing as Industrial Heritage). Proceedings of the 10th Conference of the North Atlantic Fisheries History Association by Søren Byskov / 355 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Tido Holtkamp, A Perfect Lady: A Pictorial History of the U.S. Coast Guard Barque Eagle, by C. Douglas Kroll / 244 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Mark C. Hunter, To employ And Uplift Them: The Newfoundland Naval Reserve, 1899 1926 by Fraser McKee / 443 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Mac Johnston, Corvettes Canada: Convoy Veterans Tell Their True Stories by Kathy Crewdson and Ian Dew / 245 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

John Jordan, Warship 2009 by C. Doug Maginley / 445 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Willeen G. Keough, The Slender Thread: Irish Women on the Southern Avalon, 1750 1860 by Olaf Jantzen / 357 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Angus Konstam, Tudor Warships (1). Henry VIII’s Navy by Ian Yeates / 247 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Angus Konstam, Piracy. The Complete History by Cheryl Fury / 104 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Andrew Lambert, Admirals. The Naval Commanders who made Britain Great by Ian Yeates / 248 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Brian Lavery, Shield of Empire: The Royal Navy and Scotland by Cheryl H. White / 250 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Brian Lavery and Geoff Hunt, The Frigate Surprise. The Complete Story of the Ship Made Famous in the Novels of Patrick O’Brian by Nathan Lipfert / 447 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Walter Lewis and Rick Neilson, The River Palace by Kathy Crewdson and Ian Dew / 360 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

John Sutton Lutz (ed.), Myth & Memory: Stories of Indigenous European Contact by Kelly Chaves / 106 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Don MacGillivray, Captain Alex MacLean. Jack London’s Sea Wolf by Michael Young / 251 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Douglas M. McLean (ed.), Fighting at Sea. Naval Battles from the Ages of Sail and Steam by Jan Drent / 448 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Kenneth R. Martin, ‘Patriarch of Maine Shipbuilding’ The Life and Ships of Gardiner G. Deering by Nathan R. Lipfert / 107 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Innes McCartney, British Submarines of World War 1 by Michael Young / 253 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

William F. McNeil, Visitors to Ancient America. The Evidence for European and Asian Presence in America Prior to Columbus by P.J. Capelotti / 109 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Stauffer Miller, Hoisting their Colors. Cape Cod’s Civil War Navy Officers by John Townley / 254 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

William D. Naftel, Halifax at War: Searchlights, Squadrons and Submarines 1939-1945 by Jan Drent / 255 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Rob Napier, Reconditioning an Eighteenth-Century Ship Model Valkenisse, Retourship of 1717 by Roger Cole / 259 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Gerald Norris (ed.), The Buccaneer Explorer. William Dampier’s Voyages by Cheryl Fury / 261 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Peter Padfield, Maritime Dominion and the Triumph of the Free World: Naval Campaigns that Shaped the Modern World, 1852-2001 by Ian Yeates / 451 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Claire Puccia Parham, The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project. An Oral History on the Greatest Construction Show on Earth by Dan MacFarlane / 453 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

W. David Parsons, Ean Parsons, The Best Small-Boat Seamen in the Navy: Newfoundland Royal Naval Reserve 1900-1922 by Fraser McKee / 455 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Elizabeth Peirce, The Pirate Rebel -the Story of Notorious Ned Jordan by Ross Wilson / 456 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Robin L. Reilly, Kamikazes, Corsairs and Picket Ships: Okinawa 1945 by George Schwarz / 111 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Nathan Richards, Ships’ Graveyards. Abandoned Watercraft and the Archaeological Site Formation Process by Della Scott-Ireton / 112 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Stephen Richardson, School of the Sea by John Robert Evans / 361 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Nicholas Rodgers, Press Gang: Naval Impressment and its opponents in Georgian Britain by Christopher Magra / 458 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Joost C.A. Schokkenbroek, Trying-out. An Anatomy of Dutch Whaling and Sealing in the Nineteenth Century, 1815-1885 by William Henry Flayhart III / 114 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Lars Scholl and David M. Williams (eds.), Crisis and Transition. Maritime Sectors in the North Sea Region 1790-1940 by René Toudal Poulsen / 460 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Arthur Britton Smith, Legend of the Lake. The 22-gun brig-sloop Ontario 1780 by Gary Gibson / 363 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Joshua M. Smith and the National Maritime Historical Society (eds.), Documents in American Maritime History. Vol. I Voyages, the Age of Sail, 1492-1865 and Vol. 2. Voyages, the Age of Engines, 1865 to Present by Timothy G. Lynch / 364 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Peter C. Smith, The Battle-Cruiser HMS Renown, 1916-1948 by Graeme Arbuckle / 366 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Maik-Jens Springmann, Horst Wernicke (eds.), Historical boat and ship replicas Volume 2 Historical boat and ship replicas - conference-proceedings on the scientific perspectives and the limits of boat and ship replicas, Torgelow 2007 by Roeland Paardekooper / 117 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Gary Staff, Battle for the Baltic Islands 1917: Triumph of the Imperial German Navy by Terrell D. Gottschall / 367 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

David J. Starkey, Poul Holm and Michaela Barnard (eds.), Oceans Past: Management Insights from the History of Marine Animal Populations by Nathan Lipfert / 462 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Martin Stopford, Maritime Economics (3rd edition) by Michael Clark / 369 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Tom Sullivan, AB (M. Starke, ed.), Escape to the Sea by John Robert Evans / 463 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Craig L. Symonds, Lincoln and his Admirals by William H. Roberts / 370 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Captain Ian Tew, Salvage. A Personal Odyssey by James Pritchard / 115 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Captain Barry Thompson, All Hands and the Cook. The Customs and Language of the British Merchant Seaman 1875-1975 by Brit Bergreen / 262 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Freeman M. Tovell, At the Far Reaches of Empire. The Life of Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra by Barry Gough / 119 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

John Frayn Turner, Service Most Silent. The Navy’s Fight Against Enemy Mines by Jacob Bart Hak / 264 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Michiel van Groesen, The Representations of the Overseas World in the De Bry Collection of Voyages (1590-1634) by Willem Morzer Bruyns / 373 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Daniel Vickers (ed.), The Autobiography of Ashley Bowen 1728-1813 by Barry Gough / 374 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Birgitta Linderoth Wallace, Westward Vikings. The Saga of L’Anse aux meadows by William Henry Flayhart III / 120 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Robin Ward, The World of the Medieval Shipmaster: Law, Business and the Sea, c. 1350 1450 by Michael Clark / 466 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

H.J. Weaver, Nightmare at Scapa Flow. The Truth about the sinking of HMS Royal Oak by Fraser McKee / 266 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

John White, Endgame. The U-Boat Inshore Campaign by Fraser McKee / 375 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

Flint Whitlock and Ron Smith, The Depths of Courage: American Submariners at War with Japan, 1941-1945 by Robert Dienesch / 376 [reviewed in Issue No. 3 ]

William D. Wilkinson and Commander Timothy Dring, USNR (Ret.), American Coastal Rescue Craft: A Design History of Coastal Rescue Craft Used by the United States Life-Saving Service and the United States Coast Guard by C. Douglas Kroll / 467 [reviewed in Issue No. 4 ]

Greg H. Williams, World War II Naval and Maritime Claims Against the United States Cases in the Federal Court of Claims, 1937-1948 by Amy Jones / 121 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Sam Willis, Fighting at Sea in the Eighteenth Century. The Art of Sailing Warfare by Jonathan Dull / 267 [reviewed in Issue No. 2 ]

Richard Woodman, The Battle of the River Plate: A Grand Delusion by Michael Young / 122 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

Toshi Yoshihara and James R. Holmes (eds.), Asia Looks Seward: Power and Maritime Strategy by Kenneth M. Swope / 95 [reviewed in Issue No. 1 ]

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