S. DANIELSON, schooner:

    query, L3:106, 155

S. LEONARD:

    coppering data, 26:148

S.B. HUNT, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 21:144

S.C. ALLEN, bark:

    record passages, 14:68

S.D. CARLETON:

    historical references, 4:110

S.G. WILDER, barkentine:

    record passages, 14:68

S.J. DELAN, Chesapeake Bay schooner:

    deck planking, 40:223

S.M. FELTON, barge:

    query, 4:45

S.N. CASTLE, barkentine:

    record passages, 14:68

S.P. HITCHCOCK, windjammer:

    historical references, 8:75-76

S.S. LEWIS:

    mentioned, 4:115

S-4, US submarine:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:154

SAALE, German passenger liner:

    destroyed in Hoboken pier fire, 31:180

SABINE SUN (2), tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SABINE SUN, tanker:

    historical references, 38:91, 93
    mentioned, 38:149

SABINE, US frigate:

    historical references, 20:139

SABINE:

    mentioned, 5:100

SABINO:

    model by Schuetz wins 1991 MM award, 36:159

SABLAISE, French warship:

    plans source, 8:176

SABLE, US training carrier:

    historical references, 10:10

SACHEM, Colonial sloop:

    color scheme, 5:149
    half-model by Orr, 5:147

SACHEM, ship:

    coppering data, 26:146
    historical references, 4:54

Sackson, Murray, author, model builder:

    Building a Model of HMS VICTORY, 18:8-15
    models: FLYING FISH, VICTORY

SACRAMENTO, scow schooner:

    historical references, 27:111

SACRAMENTO, ship:

    buried under San Francisco fill, 4:107

SACRAMENTO, sidewheel steamer:

    description, 34:111
    Pacific Mail liner, 34:114
    plans, 34:92-93

Saddoris, Bob, model builder:

    royal ship of Cheops, model photo, 23:156

SADIE M. NUNAN, Grand Banks schooner:

    mentioned, 5:100
    photos, 33:189, 34:16
    preservation effort, 4:145-146
    wheel at MSM, 9:117

SAG HARBOR, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SAGA, commuter yacht:

    mentioned, 39:253

SAGAMORE, barkentine yacht:

    mentioned, 39:117
    photos sought, 8:116

SAGAMORE, US screw steam gunboat:

    description, 4:148

SAGE, French ship-of-the-line, 1749:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194

SAGITTAIRE, French ship-of-the-line, 1759:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194

SAGITTAIRE, French ship-of-the-line:

    in 1777 and 1783 fleet lists, 25:85

SAGRES, ex-ALBERT LEO SCHLAGETER, Portuguese training bark:

    historical references, 15:95

SAGRES, Portuguese training bark:

    in school ship race, 18:92
    photo, at dock, 15:17

Sail Training Association, England:

    program, 19:179

SAILFISH, clipper ship:

    proposed "ideal" hull design, 24:20-21

SAILFISH, US submarine:

    historical references, 20:78

Sailor's Home, Philadelphia:

    excerpts from 1855 ledger, 3:68

Sailors' Union of the Pacific:

    models in collection, L1:145

Sails:

    correspondence on HANCOCK's mizzen mast setup, 37:244-249
    Franklin's "Observations," 6:18-21
    luggers, 9:12-13
    mizzen driver boomsail, sketch from Steel, 37:249
    moonsail described, 4:160
    on early Navy steamships, 4:171, 5:13
    on THOMAS W. LAWSON, 5:82, 94-95
    origin of royals, 5:83
    photo, Benjamin H. Colby Sail Loft, Gloucester, 34:28
    queries:
      -on colors, 13:104
      -on fishing schooner rig, L2:5
      -on lateen rig, L1:15
      -on ornamentation, 4:131, 148, 163
      -on painted decorations, 7:64
      -on rafee sail, L1:15
      -on rigging skysails, moonsails, etc. 10:128, 11:18-20
    running square sails: 30:187-200, 32:35
    US Navy vessels, 1826 Tables of Allowances, 31:146-147
    windsaver described, 4:160

SAINT DENNIS, packet ship:

    mentioned, 5:148

SAINT ISABEL, Spanish Navy steamer:

    historical references, 18:124

SAINT LAWRENCE, British warship:

    built on Lake Ontario, L3:20

SAINT LOUIS, ship:

    mentioned, 18:77

SAINT MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL, 17th-century dual-hull vessel:

    historical references, 24:35

SAINT MIHIEL, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92
    WWII loss, 38:141

SAINT-ESPRIT, French ship-of-the-line:

    historical references, 26:27, 30
    in 1777 and 1783 fleet lists, 25:85

SAINT-MICHEL, French ship-of-the-line:

    historical references, 26:27
    in 1777 and 1783 fleet lists, 25:85

SAINT-PRIEST, French East Indiaman:

    historical references, 26:27-32

SAIORSE, ketch:

    running square sail, 14:129

SAKARYA, ex-BOARFISH, Turkish submarine:

    on Turkey stamp, 18:177
    plans, on stamp album page, 18:177

Saker, 15th-18th-century gun:

    description, L1:152

Sakeret, small gun:

    plan, 22:59

SALAMANDER, British fire ship:

    historical references, 27:63-64

SALAMANDRE, French bomb ketch, 1734:

    in Navy list, 29:211

SALAMANDRE, French bomb ketch, 1752:

    book subject, 28:156
    hull description, lines, 29:200-201
    in Navy list, 29:211
    mentioned, 29:130, 31:51

SALAMANDRE, French bomb vessel, ca. 1795:

    historical references, 29:210

SALAMANDRE, French frigate, 1692:

    historical references, 29:208

SALAMIS, Aberdeen Line vessel:

    listed in company history, 5:17

SALATIGA, cargo carrier:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SALDANHA, ship:

    in list, Quebec-built, 21:122

SALEM, bark:

    query, 3:80

SALEM, ship:

    buried under San Francisco fill, 4:107
    medicine chest, 4:117

SALINA, schooner:

    historical references, 8:60

SALINAS, hermaphrodite brig:

    historical references, 3:154

SALISBURY, brig:

    painting by Roux at SI, 12:133

SALISTA, brig:

    historical references, 6:76

SALLIE AND ANN, barge:

    query, 4:45

SALLY PERSIS NOYES, 4-m schooner:

    description, history, 7:108-112
    historical references, 5:159

SALLY, American merchant vessel, ca. 1797:

    historical references, 8:158

SALLY, brig:

    prize to FAIR AMERICAN, 31:194

SALLY, Colonial schooner:

    sketch from Bowen, 35:104

SALLY, ship:

    mentioned, 23:129

SALLY, sloop, 1793:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:173

SALLY, South Carolina Navy sloop:

    description, history, 4:123-128

SALMAGAL, yawl yacht:

    model by Hill mentioned, 5:175

SALMON FALLS, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SALMON P. CHASE, Revenue Service training bark:

    description, history, plans, 12:30-32

SALMON, brig:

    figurehead, 18:79, 86

Salmon, R., marine artist:

    view of Boston Harbor, 19:1

SALOMON, French warship:

    historical references, 26:27

SALTASH, British mooring lighter:

    mentioned, 21:186

SALVADOR DEL MUNDO, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

Salvage:

    contemporary account, Florida disputes, 1825, 24:145
    freighter FLYING ENTERPRISE, 7:162
    on ONEIDA, 7:149
    on TIRPITZ, 7:149
    raising the submarine SKATE (F-4), 7:146-149

SALVATORE CIAMPA, Italian bark:

    record passages, 14:20

SAM & BEN, brig:

    mentioned, 1:45

SAM C. MENGEL, 4-m schooner:

    at port of Miami, 19:164, 166

SAM SKOLFIELD, 2nd, clipper ship:

    mentioned, 2:126

SAMAR, 4-m schooner:

    historical references, 7:120
    record passages, 14:20

SAMARIA, Cunard Line steamer:

    historical references, 10:50

SAMARITAN, windjammer:

    historical references, 9:134

Sambuk:

    Arab dhow type, mentioned, 40:5

SAMLAN, ex-MISSISSIPPI, Red Star Line steamship:

    query on plans, 20:103

SAMOSET, bark:

    corresponding ventilators, 38:164
    pumps, 33:37

SAMOSET, ship:

    Forbes rig, 6:109-110

Sampans:

    description, 7:73
    photo, model by Lusci, 8:140

Sample, Donald W., model builder:

    model: ROGER B. TANEY

SAMPSON, British tug:

    historical references, 14:106

SAMPSON, Haitian warship, 1804:

    historical references, 11:128

SAMPSON, steam paddle tug:

    mentioned, 25:141
    plans, 25:143

SAMSON OF ZEALAND:

    in photo list, 4:27

SAMSON, bark:

    mentioned, 10:140

SAMSON, ex-CHICKASAW, US monitor:

    name changes, 1869, 18:8

Samson, I. and I., shipbuilders:

    see CITADEL

Samson, Jonathan, North River shipbuilder:

    see CALIBAN, SARAH

SAMUEL APPLETON, clipper ship:

    corresponding ventilators, 38:165

SAMUEL C. LOVELAND, ex-CHAPULTEPEC, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

SAMUEL ENDERBY, whaling ship:

    historical references, 4:16

SAMUEL GILMAN, packet schooner:

    mentioned, L2:123

SAMUEL I. BROWN, ex-CHESAPEAKE CAPES, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:92

SAMUEL L. FULLER, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SAMUEL LAWRENCE, clipper ship:

    corresponding ventilators, 38:166
    pumps, 33:38
    Reed's steering apparatus, 32:201-202

SAMUEL PLIMSOLL, Aberdeen Line vessel:

    listed in company history, 5:17
    mentioned, 6:57

SAMUEL RUSSELL, clipper ship:

    half-hull model at MFA, 9:101
    in a heavy storm, 2:89-90
    mentioned, 5:31, 17:82, 20:34, L1:64, L2:21

SAMUEL S. LEWIS, steam packet:

    patent capstan, 32:97
    Reed's steering apparatus, 32:201-202

SAMUEL, sloop:

    boom crutch mentioned, 30:171

SAN ANTOINE, French schooner:

    billet for Conrad, 2:48

SAN ANTONIO, Baltimore clipper:

    historical references, 23:214

SAN ANTONIO, exploration vessel:

    in Magellan's fleet, 8:107

SAN ANTONIO, Spanish ship:

    historical references, L3:115
    query, 20:155

SAN ANTONIO, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SAN ANTONIO, Texas Navy schooner-of-war:

    historical references, 7:99, 23:214

SAN BERNARD, Texas Navy schooner-of-war:

    historical references, 7:99

SAN CARLOS, ex-TOISON DE ORO, Spanish ship:

    historical references, painting, 4:109

SAN CARLOS, Spanish ship:

    query, 20:155

San Diego Chapter of SMMC:

    historical references, 35:214

San Diego Ship Modelers Guild:

    first meeting, 18:281

SAN DIEGO, ex-PENNSYLVANIA SUN, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

SAN DIEGO, Spanish ship:

    query, 20:155

SAN DIEGO, US cruiser:

    mentioned, 4:133

SAN FELIPE, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    historical references, 39:108

San Francisco Bay Area Council of NRG:

    meeting reports, 17:182
    on roster of societies, 16:48, 22:46
    reports, 16:47, 120, 247, 17:58, 18:70, 216, 19:89, 176

SAN FRANCISCO DE PAULA, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

SAN FRANCISCO DE PAULA, Spanish snow:

    historical references, 37:167

San Francisco Group of NRG:

    meeting reports, 4:156-157, 5:83, 127, 174, 6:10, 93, 7:68, 154, 186, 8:56, 10:41, 72, 12:39, 14:69, 15:137
    reports, 15:137
    status report, 12:39, 14:69

San Francisco Maritime Museum:

    data on FALLS OF CLYDE, 13:139
    description, opening: 3:65
    figurehead carving of Davy Crockett, 20:81
    logs of ACME, ASTRAL, ATLAS, 11:11
    mentioned, 3:63, 4:21, 5:127, 6:61, 64, 7:33, 154, 8:25, 10:70, 11:13, 71, 12:82, 18:110, 275
    model of bark NEWSBOY, 4:108
    origins, 2:9
    report, 13:109
    restoration of BALCLUTHA, 7:36-41
    restoration projects, 15:15
    The Ship BALCLUTHA, Her Life and Times, 7:41-55, 85-94, 117-123

San Francisco Museum of Science and Industry:

    model of PREUSSEN by Swanson, L1:145

San Francisco Museum of Transportation and Invention:

    exhibit mentioned, L2:79

SAN FRANCISCO, clipper ship:

    Allyn's capstan, 32:99

SAN FRANCISCO, ex-SOUTH BEND, cargo ship:

    mentioned, 38:91

SAN FRANCISCO, sidewheel steamer:

    description, 34:110
    historical references, 7:5
    Pacific Mail liner, 34:114
    plans, 34:88-89

SAN FRANCISCO, US cruiser:

    mentioned, 5:99

SAN FULGENCIO, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

SAN GABRIEL, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed, built by Gautier, 39:113

SAN ILDEFONSO, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

SAN JACENTHE, brig:

    mentioned, 1:46

SAN JACINTO, schooner:

    wrecked, 9:94

SAN JACINTO, Texas Navy schooner-of-war:

    historical references, 7:99

SAN JACINTO, US steam frigate:

    description, construction data, 22:138-140
    drawings of propellers, 22:145
    historical references, 22:131-132

SAN JOAQUIN, clipper ship:

    mentioned, 2:126

SAN JOSE, Spanish ship:

    historical references, L3:115, 116

SAN JUAN, 16th-century Basque whaling ship:

    historical references, 40:201

SAN JUAN, exploration vessel:

    historical references, 8:104

SAN JUAN, US cruiser:

    historical references, 24:84

SAN LAZARO, Spanish colonial vessel:

    built at Tehuantepec, 8:110

SAN LEANDRO, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

SAN MARCES, Spanish colonial vessel:

    built at Acapulco, 8:110

SAN MARTIN, Spanish galleon:

    drawings, recovered culverines, 30:210-211
    research notes, sketches by Muir, 30:209-214

SAN MIGUEL, Spanish colonial vessel:

    built at Acapulco, 8:110

SAN PABLO, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed, built by Gautier, 39:113

SAN PABLO, steamer:

    mentioned, L3:160

SAN PASQUAL, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SAN PEDRO ALCANTARA, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

SAN PEDRO, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed, built by Gautier, 39:113

SAN TANA, Texas Navy warship:

    historical references, 7:99

SAN TELMO, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

SANCHO PANZA, clipper ship:

    historical references, 4:62

SANCTUARY, ex-MARINE OWL, US hospital ship:

    historical references, 38:141
    mentioned, 38:92

SAND FLY, US gunboat:

    historical references, L2:98

SANDADOES, British royal yacht:

    comparison with model #4, Rogers collection at USNAM, 12:42

SANDBACH, British ship:

    on Bermuda stamp, 15:80, 82

Sandbaggers:

    model construction article, 34:33-43
    see
      ADDIE TAYLOR, ADELE, ALBERTINA, ALICE, ANNA, ANNIE B., ANNIE E., ANNIE MACK, ANNIE, ARROW, ARTFUL DODGER, BELLA, BIG DEAN, BROOKLYN, BROWN,
      C.F. AMMON, C.T. WILLS, CARRIE, CLARA S., COLLEEN BAWN, COMET, COMMODORE, COQUETTE, CORA D., CORNI, CRUISER, DARE DEVIL, DAVID M. LYLE, DODO,
      DUSTER, E.Z. SLOAT, ELEANOR, ELLA, EMILY, EMMA-SOPHIA, ENA, FIDGET, FLYAWAY, FREAK, FROU FROU, GENERAL TWEED, GEORGE B. DEANE,
      GEORGE E. SHERMAN, GRACIE, H.H. HOLMES, HENRY GRAY, IDLE HOUR, JANE A., JEANETTE, JENNIE A. WILLIS, JOSEPH JEFFERSON, JOSEPHINE,
      JOURNAMAN, JUST SO, KATE E., KATE JEROLEMON, KATE, LACKIE, LADY EMMA , LAURA, LAWRENCE, LET HER BE, LILY R., LITTLE DEAN, LITTLE DEANE,
      LITTLE FIDGET, LIZZIE R., LOTTIE, MARK TWAIN, MARTHA MUNN, MARY EMMA , MARY JANE, MATTIE, METEOR, MOLLIE C., MOLLIE, MYSTERY, NAHLI AND LORNA,
      NETTIE HUNTING, ONLY DAUGHTER, ONLY SON, ONWARD, PAROLE, PETER O'BRIEN, PETREL, PLUCK AND LUCK, PROTOS, RESTLESS, SHERMAN, SILENCE,
      SOPHIE EMMA, SPINAWAY, SUSIE S., SWEETHEART, SYLVIA, THISTLE, THOMAS PAINE, TOUGH, TRUANT, UNA, UNDINE, VICTORIA, W.F. DAVIDS, W.R. BROWN , WALTER F. DAVIDS, WILLIAM T. LEE, WILLIE, ZIG ZAG

SANDERLING, US minesweeper:

    historical references, 30:134
    post-WWI sweeping operations, 30:138

SANDUSKY, US monitor:

    in class listing, 18:7

SANDWICH, British floating battery:

    historical references, 37:148-149

SANDY CREEK, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

Sandy Point Shipbuilding Co.:

    historical references, 6:78

SANDY POINT, barge:

    historical references, 6:78-79

SANGAMON, US monitor:

    historical references, 18:3
    in class listing, 18:7
    location of plans, 18:4

SANS CULOTTE, ex-DAUPHIN ROYAL, French ship-of-the-line:

    mentioned, 19:68

SANS PAREIL, French warship:

    paint scheme, 37:162

SANS PEUR, barque longue:

    in list, 27:98

SANTA ANA, Spanish ship, ca. 1533:

    historical references, 13:12

SANTA ANA, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

SANTA ANA, US troop transport:

    historical references, 37:57
    WWI conversion, 37:47

SANTA AQUEDA, exploration vessel:

    historical references, 38:58

SANTA BARBARA, cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SANTA BARBARA, US troop transport:

    historical references, 37:57
    WWI conversion, 37:47

SANTA CATALINA, freighter:

    historical references, 37:47

SANTA CECILIA, US troop transport:

    historical references, 37:57
    WWI conversion, 37:47

SANTA CLARA, cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SANTA CLARA, downeaster:

    disposal of bell, L3:12
    historical references, 15:146
    in list of wrecks, L2:162
    mentioned, L1:29
    queries, L2:160, L3:13, 28:212
    salvage attempt, 2:52

SANTA CLARA, US troop transport:

    historical references, 37:57
    WWI conversion, 37:47

SANTA CLAUS, clipper ship:

    Reed's steering apparatus, 32:202

SANTA CRUZ, cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92
    historical references, 37:47

SANTA CRUZ, Spanish colonial vessel:

    historical references, 8:104
    mentioned, 40:201

SANTA CRUZ, steamship:

    mentioned, L1:144

SANTA ELENA, cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SANTA ISOBEL, cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SANTA LUCIA, cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92
    historical references, 37:47

SANTA LUISA, US troop transport:

    historical references, 37:57
    WWI conversion, 37:47

SANTA MALTA, US troop transport:

    WWI conversion, 37:47

SANTA MARGARITA, Spanish galleon:

    mentioned, 30:210, 30:212

SANTA MARIA MANUELA, 4-m schooner:

    mentioned, 18:260

SANTA MARIA, exploration vessel:

    barge shown on Spain stamp, 15:170, 15:171
    comments on framing, 39:181
    MEE model described, 8:138
    mentioned, 5:169, 175, 12:132, 18:51, 290, 27:72, 30:47, 111, 31:136, 33:102, 35:28, 37:64, 40:200, 204, L3:84
    modeling book listed, 27:76
    models:
      -at Franklin Institute, 1:1
      -at Smithsonian, 12:152, L2:62
      -by Anderson at Addison Gallery, 39:179, 40:67, 69, 76
      -by Cole topic at 1993 NRG Conference, 38:135
      -by Crabtree, 5:40
      -by Green in NRG registry, 3:71, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Hamilton in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Manning mentioned, 3:163
      -by Morse mentioned, 21:133
      -by Stange mentioned, 5:36
      -by Webb in WSMS exhibition, 3:144
      -in NRG registry, 3:71
      -models sought, 37:61-62
    on Cuba stamp, 15:81, 82
    on Spain stamps, 16:42, 43
    on US stamps, 16:42, 43, L3:66
    plans:
      -at PM, 15:137
      -in NRG registry, 6:36
      -source, 3:70
    query on sail ornamentation, 4:131, 148

SANTA MARIA, replica vessel:

    dismantled in Venezuela, 18:270
    historical references, 15:96, 16:40
    mentioned, 12:83, 21:135, 22:10
    sinks during storm, 16:153

SANTA OLIVIA, US troop transport:

    historical references, 37:57
    WWI conversion, 37:47

SANTA PAULA, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SANTA PAULA, US troop transport:

    historical references, 37:57
    WWI conversion, 37:47

SANTA ROSA, steamship:

    mentioned, 30:46

SANTA ROSA, US troop transport:

    historical references, 37:57
    WWI conversion, 37:47

SANTA TERESA, US troop transport:

      WWI conversion, 37:47

SANTEE, ex-SEAKAY, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

SANTEE, steamer, ca. 1839:

    contemporary account of hostile Florida Indians, 24:94

SANTEE, US frigate:

    historical references, 20:139

SANTIAGO APOSTOL, Spanish schooner:

    captured by MAYFLOWER, 20:123

SANTIAGO, bark:

    record passages, 14:68

SANTIAGO, exploration vessel:

    in Magellan's fleet, 8:107

SANTIAGO, Spanish ship:

    query, 20:155

SANTIAGO, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SANTISIMA TRINIDAD, Spanish warship:

    designed, built by Mullan, 39:110
    paint scheme, 37:163
    query, 12:25, 148, 37:118, 182, 38:130
    specifications, 39:111

SANTO ANDRE, ex-RICKMER RICKMERS, Portuguese training bark:

    historical references, 15:95

SANTO TOMAS, exploration vessel:

    historical references, 38:58
    query, 20:155

SAO GABRIEL, exploration carrack:

    on Nyassa stamp, 15:34, 35

SAONE, cotton ship, 1846:

    mentioned, 11:82

SAPPHO, schooner yacht:

    model at MCNY, L2:95

SARAH A. BOYCE, schooner:

    sunk by CSS TALLAHASSEE, 16:72

SARAH BRUEN, schooner:

    in mortar flotilla at New Orleans, 4:148

SARAH BURTON, schooner:

    lightning damage, contemporary account, 22:67

SARAH C. WELT, ship:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:174

SARAH C. WHORF, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

SARAH E. HARRIS, schooner:

    captured by CSS TALLAHASSEE, 16:72

SARAH GODFREY, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

SARAH H. LAWRENCE, 4-m schooner:

    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:75

SARAH J. FORT, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

SARAH LOUISE, schooner:

    sunk by CSS TALLAHASSEE, 16:73

SARAH S. RIDGEWAY, bark:

    model by Scott in NRG registry, 5:28, 6:28
    query, 4:100, 113, 132

SARAH, bark, 1854:

    historical references, 3:55

SARAH, bark, 1871:

    in Coolidge cover photo with tug ELSIE, 39:129

SARAH, barkentine:

    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:74

SARAH, brig:

    historical references, 3:55, 3:154

SARAH, schooner:

    historical references, 3:151

SARAH, ship:

    historical references, 3:152

SARAH'S ADVENTURE, Colonial ketch:

    historical references, 3:151

SARANAC, ex-COWPENS, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

SARANAC, US brig-of-war:

    historical references, 7:133

SARANAC, US steam frigate:

    historical references, 7:4, 22:131
    history, construction data, photos, plans, 22:132-138

SARATOGA, Continental sloop-of-war:

    lost with all hands, 4:107
    mentioned, 8:27

SARATOGA, ex-NEW YORK, US cruiser:

    historical references, 8:115

SARATOGA, Pennsylvania training schooner:

    description, history, 6:58
    query, 6:6

SARATOGA, replica ship:

    description, 5:124
    in pageant photo, 5:123

SARATOGA, ship, 1874:

    query, 28:212

SARATOGA, US aircraft carrier:

    historical references, 8:115, 23:28-30, 24:83, 24:84, 149

SARATOGA, US sloop-of-war, 1842:

    description, historical references, 5:124
    fixed gaff, 10:99
    historical references, 3:45
    on US stamp, 16:42, 43
    rigging list, costs, 7:136, 139, 20:48-49

SARDINIAN, ship:

    in list, Quebec-built, 21:122

SARDOUANE, French warship:

    historical references, 26:27

Sargent, Aaron M.:

    query on SEA LION, L3:24

Sarhage, Jack:

    query on GENERAL ALEXANDER PATCH, 37:117
    query on shipwrecks of PAMELA and JUNO, 35:109

SARSEETE, Calcutta pilot brig:

    historical references, L3:94

SASSACUS, US Navy Civil War vessel:

    historical references, 16:75

SATANELLA, brigantine yacht:

    photos sought, 8:116

SATELLITE, British warship:

    historical references, 16:30

SATSUMA, cargo steamer:

    historical references, 25:55

SATURN, tugboat:

    historical references, 34:197

SAUCY JACK, privateer:

    query, 24:44

SAUGATUCK, ex-NEWTOWN, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

SAUGUS, US monitor:

    historical references, 18:5, 7

SAULK, ex-SOMERS, British armed schooner:

    historical references, 8:94

SAUMON, French bomb vessel:

    historical references, 29:209

Saunders, Allan MacPherson, author, model builder:

    models: GREAT REPUBLIC, KENILWORTH, SEA WITCH
    queries on clipper RED JACKET, 3:39, 54, 4:118, 132
    shop note on celluloid templates, 4:116
    shop note on soldering, 3:79

Saunders, David:

    queries:
      -on Capt. William Griffiths, 34:227
      -on CUMBRIAN, 34:227
      -on GALGATE, 34:227
      -on IRBY, 34:227
      -on NEATH, 34:227

Saunders, R.G., author, model builder:

    model: PERRY
    query on brig PERRY, 3:96, 107, 123, 161
    shop note on surface plate, 7:115
    shop note, plans, for model hull holding device, 7:96-98

SAUSALITO, ferryboat:

    model mentioned, 7:155

Sauter, Robert H., model builder:

    model: PT Boat 501

SAVAGE, British sloop-of-war:

    historical references, 23:176

SAVANNAH, 4-m schooner:

    model by Rogers and Snow at Addison gallery, 39:179, 40:71-73, 76

SAVANNAH, auxiliary paddlewheel steamer:

    book subject, 12:117
    historical references, 12:132, 18:112
    mentioned, 31:219
    models:
      -at Smithsonian, L2:62
      -by Ashley at MCNY, L1:117, L2:95
      -by Cook at WSMS exhibition, 3:144, 145
      -by O'Starr mentioned, 8:56
      -kit, 5:153
      -on US stamp, 16:42, 43, 18:115
    plans, on stamp album page, 18:115
    query, 5:188

SAVANNAH, British warship:

    historical references, 17:46

SAVANNAH, replica vessel:

    plans described, 12:132

SAVANNAH, US frigate:

    model construction article, 20:138-144

SAVONA, ship:

    in list, Nova Scotia-built, 21:122

Sawers, Arthur R., NRG official:

    appointed Membership Chairman, 11:73
    obituary, 31:43

Sawtell, William D.:

    query on packet/whaler YORK, 10:73-74

SAXSONSTAR, ex-DELAWARE SUN, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

Sayle, Charles F., author, model builder:

    answers query on schooners HESPER, LUTHER LITTLE, MARY F. BARRET 11:44
    letter on DERWENT HUNTER, ALICE F. WENTWORTH, scrimshaw, 4:41
    letter on fishing schooner plans, 3:13
    models: JAMES A. WRIGHT, LADY HAMOND, PRINCE DE NEUFCHATEL
    obituary, 39:117
    photos:
      -AMERICAN's hoisting gear, 32:126
      -AMERICAN's windlass drive gear, 32:124
      -ELSIE, stern view at Gloucester pier, 32:117
      -ELSIE's main deck, 32:127

SC-1055, US subchaser:

    model by Higgins wins 1985 MM award, 31:46

SC-131, US subchaser:

    photo, model by Armstrong, 30:137

SC-37 through SC-356, US subchasers:

    post WWI minesweeping operations, 30:139

Scale Models, British publication:

    series on US Navy camouflage, 36:198

SCAMMEL, US revenue cutter:

    historical references, 4:119-120

SCARAMOUCHE, commuter yacht:

    mentioned, 39:253

SCARBOROUGH, British frigate:

    bottom treatment, 37:223
    historical references, 27:63

SCARLET CLOUD, clipper ship:

    query, 16:255

SCARLET QUEEN, barkentine:

    mentioned, 4:149

SCEPTRE, French ship-of-the line:

    in 1777 fleet list, 25:85
    lost 1778, 25:84

SCEPTRE, French ship-of-the-line, 1780:

    in 1783 fleet list, 25:85
    mentioned, 25:84

Sch”n, Dr. Gerhard:

    query on schooner yachts METEOR III, GERMANIA, YAMPA, 36:226

SCHARNHORST, German Cruiser:

    book subject, 19:190

SCHENECTADY SOCONY, motor barge:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

Scheuermann, George J., model builder:

    query on color of RATTLESNAKE's ports, 21:148

Schlesinger, Lt. W.F., model builder:

    model of PENNSYLVANIA at Franklin Institute, L2:33

Schneider, S.C., model builder:

    query on plans for Hoboken ferries, 25:155

SCHNELL, German submarine:

    mentioned, 22:212

Schock, Edson, author, model builder:

    1971 NRG Conference paper, photos, drawings, "A Method for Taking the Lines Off a Half Model," 18:225-228

Schooner barge:

    see MOSE

Schooners, Colonial:

    drawing: 5:160

Schooners, Grand Banks:

    comments by Story, 29:324
    photo at Gloucester Harbor, 35:61
    see
      A.E. HERRICK, ADRIENNE, ADVENTURE, ALERT, ALSACIENNE, AMERICA, AMERICAN, ARCULARIUS, ARETHUSA, ARIADNE, ARIEL, ARTHUR D. STORY, ARTHUR J. LYNN, ARTHUR JAMES, BELLE J. NEAL, BENJAMIN W. LATHAM, BLUENOSE, CACHALOT, CAPT. JAMES COOK,
      CARRIE E. PHILLIPS, CARRIE W. BABSON, CAVIARE, COLUMBIA, CONQUERER, CONSTANCE, CONSTELLATION, DELAWANA, E.F. ZWICKER, EDWARD P. BOYNTON, ELENA, ELIZABETH SILSBEE, ELLEN C. BURKE, ELMER E. GRAY, ELSIE, ESPERANTO, FLYING FISH,
      FORD, FORTUNA, FRANCES MESQUITA, FREDONIA, GERTIE WINDSOR, GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD, GERTRUDE, GITANA, GRACE L. FEARS, HARRY L. BELDEN, HELEN B. THOMAS, HENRIETTA, HENRY FORD, HESPERUS, HILDEGARDE, HOWARD, I AM HERE,
      IMPERATOR, INTREPID, J.H. McMANUS, J.M. MARSHALL, JAMES H. PARKER, JAMES W. PARKER, JESSE COSTA, JOHN FEENEY, JUDIQUE, JUNIATA, L.A. DUNTON, LARK, LOTTIE S. HASKINS, MAGNOLIA, MANHASSET, MARGUERITE, MARION ELIZABETH,
      MARJORIE AND DOROTHY, MARY E, MARY F. CURTIS, MARY FERNALD, MATTAKEESETT, MAYFLOWER, MERLIN, METAMORA, MONHEGAN, MYSTIC, NANNIE C. BOHLIN, NELLIE DIXON, ORETHA F. SPINNEY, ORIOLE, PALESTINE, PALMER, PHILIP P.MANTA, PINTA,
      POCAHONTAS, PRISCILLA II, PURITAN, QUONAPOWATT, RICHARD HENRY DANA, ROMP, ROSE DOROTHEA, ROULETTE, RUTH, SADIE M. NUNAN, SHAMROCK, SHEPHERD KING, SHERMAN ZWICKER, SMUGGLER, STILETTO, SYLPH, T.J. MERRITT, THELMA,
      THERESA E. CONNOR, THISTLE, THOMAS A. CROMWELL, THOMAS S. GORTON, TITANIA, VERGEMERE, VERONA, VERUNA, VOLUNTEER, WASHAKIE, WATER WITCH , WE'RE HERE, WILLIAM H. RIDER, WINEFRED, WITOCA

Schooners, Great Lakes barge:

    model by Baker wins 1995 MM award, 40:64-66

Schooners:

    coastal trader, engraving by Cooke, 29:1
    Colonial rigs, 32:30-36, 35:99-105
    Colonial type, sketch from Bowen, 35:104
    comments on origins of term, 26:43, 26:205, 212
    conjectural drawing, 7-master rigged with square topsails, 38:37
    conjectural drawing, 7-master with West Coast rig, 38:37
    Currier lithograph, 1846, 30:194
    Delaware River oystering type, model at Franklin Institute, L2:32
    drawing, small New England vessel at low tide, 23:109
    engraving by Groenewegen, Dutch Naval type, 31:53
    for Port Jackson, 32:1, 206-214
    Great Lakes vessels, speed comparison, 37:86
    list, photos, at port of Miami, 1924-26, 19:163-168
    model by Peterson wins award, 19:176
    photos:
      -from stereoscopic card image, 37:207
      -Danish vessels tied up in port, 39:150
      -East Coast lumber schooner model by Peterson, 19:177
      -relief carving of old-time vessel by Story, 29:14
    plans:
      -from Steel's Naval Architecture, 31:16
      -Colonial fishing schooner, 21:68
      -merchant vessel ca. 1835, 33:196-199
      -Union Iron Works design for 7-master, 38:24, 38:32-35
    queries:
      -on auxiliary halibut schooners, 19:258
      -on Baltic schooners' bowsprits, L3:105, 118-120
      -on hulk in Detroit River, L3:105, 118
      -on Maine ice schooners, L2:81
      -on origin in America, 11:18, 45, 98
    running square sails, 30:187-200
    sail plan with index, 26:206-207
    Schoone Haven, place name on early Dutch map, 25:191
    sectional drawing of centerboard trunk, 38:214
    see
      A. COLBY, A. ERNEST MILLS, A.E. HERRICK, A.F. AMES, A.F. COATES, A.J . BIRD, A.P. JORDAN, ABBIE BRADFORD, ABBIE H. HODGMAN, ABEL W. PARKER, ACHILLES,
      ADAMS, ADDIE M. LAWRENCE, ADDIE P. AVERY, ADDISON CRATER, ADELIA MARIA, ADMIRAL MAYO, ADMIRAL SIMS, ADOLPH HUGEL, ADOLPH VINNEN, ADRIENNE,
      ADVENTURE, ADVENTURESS, AGATE, ALBATROSS, ALBERT AND EDWARD, ALBERT F. PAUL, ALBERT H. CROSS, ALBERT W. SMITH, ALBERTINE, ALDEBARAN, ALDEN KEENE,
      ALERT, ALFRED F. HOWE, ALICA McDONALD, ALICE F. WENTWORTH, ALICE PENDLETON, ALICE RAYMOND, ALICE S. WENTWORTH, ALINE, ALLIGATOR, ALLITA, ALMA,
      ALOHA, ALPAR, ALPENA, ALS, ALSACIENNE, ALTON, ALVENA, ALVIN CLARK, AMANDA AGER, AMAZON, AMELIA, AMERICA, AMERICAN CHIEF, AMERICAN LLOYDS,
      AMERICAN, AMERICANA, AMY KNIGHT, ANCUD, ANGELITA HUSSAR, ANGELITA, ANN, ANNA D. PRICE, ANNA E. KETCHUM, ANNA M. FROME, ANNA NERMINE, ANNA R. HEIDRITTER,
      ANNA S. PIGGOTT, ANNA, ANNAPOLIS, ANNETTE S, ANNIE C. GRACE, ANNIE C . JACKSON, ANNIE C. JOHNSON, ANNIE C. ROSS, ANNIE F. CONLON, ANNIE GEE, ANNIS, ANONYME,
      ARCULARIUS, ARETHUSA, ARGUS, ARIADNE, ARIEL, ARISTIDES, ARKEN, ARLETTA, ARNE, ARTEMIS, ARTHUR D. STORY, ARTHUR J. LYNN, ASIA, ATHENS, ATLANTIC, ATRATO,
      AUSTRALIA, B.D. HASKINS, BACCHUS, BAKER PALMER, BALBOA, BALTICK, BANKER, BARBARA, BEAGLE II, BEE, BEL ESPOIR, BELGRADE, BELLE A. NAUSS, BELLE J. NEAL,
      BELLE POULE, BENJAMIN W. LATHAM, BERBICE, BESTEVAER, BETZY, BILL OF RIGHTS, BLACK DOUGLAS, BLACK DUCK, BLACKFISH, BLANCHE RING, BLUENOSE , BOLD RUNNER,
      BONITO, BOWDOIN, BOXER, BRANCH, BRANT, BRIGADIER, BRILLIANT, BRITTA, C.A. THAYER, C.E. SCHMIDT, C.H. VENNER, C.J. FRENCH, C.P. WILLIAMS, C.S. HOLMES,
      CACHALOT, CADBORO, CALEB CURTIS, CALIFORNIA, CALVIN P. HARRIS, CAMILLA MAY PAGE, CAMILLA, CANADIENNE, CAPT. JAMES COOK, CARADORA, CARIBEE,
      CARL D. LOTHROP, CARL VINNEN, CARLETON, CARNEGIE, CAROLINE, CARRIE E . PHILLIPS, CARRIE M. RICHARDSON, CARRIE W. BABSON, CARRIE W., CARRIER DOVE,
      CARROL, CASCO, CATHERINE, CELINA, CENTENNIAL, CENTRALIA, CHALEUR, CHALLENGE, CHARLES E. PAIGE, CHARLES H. MacDOWELL, CHARLES H. MERCHANT,
      CHARLES L. JEFFREY, CHARLES LEVI WOODBURY, CHARLES R. WILSON, CHARLES S. DAVIS, CHARLES W., CHARLOTTE RHODES, CHARLOTTE, CHASE, CHASSEUR,
      CHATTANOOGA, CHELSEA, CHRISTEL VINNEN, CITY OF AUGUSTA, CITY OF PORTLAND, CITY OF SYDNEY, CITY OF THE STRAITS, CIUDADE DO PORTO, CLARA JANE,
      CLAUS SPRECKELS, CLAUS, CLIPPER CITY, CLIPPER CUTTY SARK, CLUB MEDITERRANEE, COLLAROY, COLUMBIA, COMMANDER, COMMERCE, COMMODORE, CONFIANCE,
      CONQUERER, CONSTANCE, CONSTELLATION, COQUETTE, CORA F. CRESSY, CORINTHIAN, CORONA, COX AND GREEN, CREOLE, CREOULA, CRESCENT, CRICKET,
      CROCKETT, CRUZ DEL SUR, CYRUS CHAMBERLAIN, D.H. INGRAHAM, D.J. LAWLOR, DALLAS, DAN SMITH, DANA, DANCING FEATHER, DANIEL B. FEARING, DASHAWAY,
      DAUNTLESS, DAVID DOWS, DAVID EVANS, DAVID F. TORREY, DAVID S. SIMER, DAVID WARE, DAVIS, DAWN, DEFIANCE, DELAWANA, DEWITT BROWN, DIANA, DILIGENT,
      DOLLY MADISON, DOLPHIN, DON JUAN DE AUSTRIA, DORA, DORIS F. AMERO, DORIS HAMLIN, DORIS M. HAWES, DOROTHY HILZHEIM, DOROTHY PALMER, DREAM, DRUID,
      DUHNEN, DUKE OF GLOUCESTER, E.F. LEWIS, E.H. WEAVER, E.J. WATERMAN, E.R. STERLING, E.W. SCRIPPS, E.W. TUNNELL, EAGLE, EARL OF EGMONT, EBEN D. JORDAN,
      ECONOMY, EDDIE PIERCE, EDITH B. COOMBS, EDITH H. SYMINGTON, EDITH, EDMUND, EDNA HARWOOD, EDNA HOYT, EDNA M. MacKNIGHT, EDWARD B. WINSLOW,
      EDWARD L. LAWRENCE, EDWARD PARKE, EDWARD R. WEST, EDWIN AND MAUDE, EDWIN FORREST, EFFIE M. MORRISSEY, EFFIE SWEET, EFFORT, ELEANOR A. PERCY,
      ELENA, ELIAS, ELING, ELIZA & LYDIA, ELIZA, ELIZABETH B., ELIZABETH BANDI, ELIZABETH PALMER, ELIZABETH SILSBEE, ELIZABETH, ELLA A., ELLA ALIDA, ELLEN C. BURKE,
      ELLEN MARY, ELLEN, ELMER E. GRAY, ELNORAH, ELSA, ELSIE E., ELSIE, ELVIRA BALL, EMDEN, EMMA CLAUDINE, EMMA ERNEST, EMMA K. SMALLEY, EMMA L. LOWE,
      EMMA V. WILLS, EMMA, ENCHANTRESS, ENDEAVOR, ENERGI, ENTERPRISE, EOLUS, EQUATOR, ESMERALDA, ESPERANTO, ESTHER WARD, ESTRELLA POLAR, ETAK,
      ETARRE, ETHEL MAUD, ETHEL SWIFT, ETOILE, ETTA CAROLINE, EUGENE EUGENIDES, EUNICE & POLLY, EUNICE H. ADAMS, EUPHEMIA, EVELINA M. GOULART, EXACT,
      EXCELSIOR, EXCEPTION, EXEN, EXETER, EXPERIMENT, EXPRESS, SLADE, FADERS MINDE, FALCON, FALKEN, FALKENTIND, FAME, FANNIE (2), FANNIE INSLEY, FANNY,
      FANTOME, FAWN, FIDELITY, FISHERMAN, FLESEN, FLEUR DE LYS, FLORA, FLORAL WREATH, FLORENCE A., FLORENCE M. PENLEY, FLORENCE, FLYING CLOUD, FLYING FISH,
      FORD, FOREST PRIDE, FORESTER, FORT LARAMIE, FORTUNA, FOUR WINDS, FRANCES MESQUITA, FRANCES, FRANCIS HATCH, FRANCIS J. MACDONALD, FRANCIS,
      FRANK A. MOREY, FRANK A. PALMER, FRANK ATWOOD, FRANK BARNETT, FRANK BRAINARD, FRANK HERBERT, FRANKLIN, FRED AND ELMER, FRED E. SANDER,
      FRED J. WOOD, FREDONIA, FREEDOM, FREEMAN, FRIEND, FRIENDSHIP, FULLER , GADABOUT, GAMBLE, GARDINER G. DEERING, GARNET, GASPEE, GATES, GEM,
      GEN. WILKESON, GENERAL ARNOLD, GENERAL HANCOCK, GENERAL HUNTER, GENERAL SCOTT, GEORGE BROOKS, GEORGE E. BILLINGS, GEORGE F. PEABODY,
      GEORGE H. SQUIRES, GEORGE M. ADAMS, GEORGE M. WELLS, GEORGE MANGHAM, GEORGE W. ADAMS, GEORGE W. ELZEY, GEORGE W. WARREN, GEORGE W. WELLS,
      GEORGETTE, GERMANIA, GERTIE WINDSOR, GERTRUDE A. BARTLETT, GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD, GERTRUDE, GITANA, GIUILETTA, GLADEN, GLADIATOR, GLADYS TAYLOR,
      GLORIANA, GOLDEN CACHALOT, GOLDEN GATE, GOLDEN SHORE, GOLLY, GOV. AMES, GOV. J.Y. SMITH, GOVERNOR AMES, GOVERNOR LIVINGSTON, GRACE BAILEY,
      GRACE DARLING, GRACE G. BENNETT, GRACE L. FEARS, GRACIE S., GRACIE, GRAFTON, GRAMPUS, 12:138, GRANITE STATE, GRAY HOUND, GRAY, GRECIAN, H.K. HALL,
      H.L. BAKER, HAIDEE, HALF MOON, HALIFAX, HANCOCK, HANNA, HANNAH AND IDA, HANNAH F. SHUBERT, HANS, HANSFORD, HARLANDIA, HARMONY, HAROLDINE,
      HARRY HOWARD, HARRY L. BELDIN, HATTIE I. PHILLIPS, HAWK, HAWKE, HELEN B. THOMAS, HELEN BARNET GRING, HELEN G. MOSELEY, HELEN M. FOSTER,
      HELEN McLEOD, HELEN P. DREW, HELEN SWANZEY, HELENE, HENRIETTA, HENRY A. PAULL, HENRY FORD, HENRY JANES, HENRY L. PECKHAM, HENRY LIPPETT, HERALD,
      HERBERT L. RAWDING, HERMANN OELRICHS, HESPER, HESPERUS, HI DOLL, HIGH FLYER, HILDEGARDE, HIORTEN, HONDURAS, HONOLULU, HOPE ON, HOPE,
      HORACE B. PARKER, HORATIO G. FOSS, HOSHI, HOWARD SMITH, HOWARD, HUNTRESS, HUSSAR, I AM HERE, IDA S. DOW, IDAHO, IDUNA, IMPERATOR, INCA, INDEPENDENCE,
      INDIANA, INDUSTRY, INTREPID, IRENE, ISABELLA, ISKRA, J.A. HATFIELD, J.C. COUSINS, J.C. CRAFTS, J.D. McMANUS, J.G. BABCOCK, J.H. EELLS, J .M. GOLDMAN, J.M. MORALES,
      J.M. RYERSON, J.P. WYMAN, J.R. BODWELL, J.S. AMES, J.T. WING, J.W. CAMPBELL, JACKDAW, JACKSONVILLE, JACOB W. HOOKS, JADRAN, JAMES DRINAN, JAMES E. NEWSON,
      JAMES H. PARKER, JAMES MILLER, JAMES W. PARKER, JANE CAMPBELL, JANE DORE, JANE PALMER, JANE, JENNIE F. DECKER, JESSE COSTA, JESSIE NICKERSON,
      JOAN R. JEFFRIES, JOB H. JACKSON, JOHN ADAMS, JOHN B. PRESCOTT, JOHN FEENEY, JOHN G. NORTH, JOHN GRIFFITH, JOHN H. BUTTERICK, JOHN H. McMANUS,
      JOHN L. MERRILL, JOHN M. BROWN, JOHN MARTIN, JOHN McKEON, JOHN R. MANTA, JOHN ROMMEL JR., JOHN W. ATKINS, JOLLY TAR, JOSE ALBERTO, JOSEPH G. STOVER,
      JOSEPH PULITZER, JOSEPH W. HAWKINS, JOSEPHINE, JOSIAH ACHOM, JOSIAH B. CHASE, JUAN SEBASTIAN de ALCANO, JULIA A. WHALEN, JULIA P. COLE, JULIA S. BAILEY,
      JUNIATA, JYLLAND, KATE M. HILTON, KATE S. FLINT, KATHERINE MAY, KATHERINE, KATHLEEN & MAY, KATIE, KATY, KESSIE C. PRICE, KINEO, KING PHILIP,
      L.A. DUNTON, L.F. GOULD, L.G. HOWARD, L.P. SNOW, LA VIE CLAIRE, LADONA, LADY MACDONALD, LANIE COBB, LARK, LAURA BROWN, LAURA MAY, LAURA PIKE,
      LAURA VIRGINIA, LAVINA CAMPBELL, LAVOLTA, LAWRENCE HOWARD, LEE, LEONESSA, LEOPARD, LET GO, LEVANTER, LEVI B. PHILLIPS, LEVIN J. MARVEL, LEXINGTON,
      LIBERTY, LIGERO, LILLA DAN, LILLIE, LILY, LITTLE DICK, LIVELY LADY, LIZZIE AND ANNIE, LIZZIE MAY, LIZZIE SHA, LOIS M. CANDAGE, LOLA, LOOKOUT, LOTTIE B., LOTTIE BENNETT,
      LOTTIE S. HASKINS, LOUIS, LOUISA MORRISON, LOUISA, LOUISE, LUCIA A. SIMPSON, LUCY EVELYN, LUTHER LITTLE, LYDIA McLELLAN BAXTER, LYMAN D. FOSTER,
      LYMAN M. LAW, LYNCH, LYNX, M.A. JAMES, M.F. CARD, M.T. CARLETON, MABEL A. FRYE, MABEL GRAY, MABEL, MAGGIE A. FISK, MAGGIE AND LILLY, MAGGIE MITCHELL,
      MAGGIE RUSS, MAGNOLIA, MAID OF AVALON, MALCOLM MILLER, MALOLO, MANHASSET, MANSON, MARGARET EMILIE, MARGARETTA, MARGUERITE, MARIA,
      MARIANNE, MARIE PALMER, MARIE, MARIETTA, MARINERO, MARION DRAPER, MARION F. SPRAGUE, MARION, MARJORIE AND DOROTHY, MARK GRAY, MARS,
      MARSHALL FOCH, MARSHALL PERRIN, MARY A. HOOD, MARY A. HOWES, MARY B. BROOKS, MARY BUHNE, MARY C. AMES, MARY COBB, MARY DAY, MARY DOANE,
      MARY E. FOSTER, MARY E. O'HARA, MARY E. PALMER, MARY E., MARY F. BARRETT, MARY F. CURTIS, MARY MANNING, MARY RILEY, MARY TAYLOR, MARY W. BOWEN,
      MARY, MARYLAND, MATHILDE, MATILDA, MATTAKEESETT, MATTHEW VASSER, MATTIE, MATTOS SEGUNDOS, MAUDE, MAY QUEEN, MAY, MAYFLOWER, MAZEDA, McGRATH,
      McKEON, MELROSE, MERCANTILE, MERLIN, MERTIE B. CROWLEY, MESSENGER, META JAN, METAMORA, METEOR III, METEOR, MEXICAN, MIDAS, MILBROOK, MILES STANDISH,
      MARY E. FOSTER, MARY E. O'HARA, MARY E. PALMER, MARY E., MARY F. BARRETT, MARY F. CURTIS, MARY MANNING, MARY RILEY, MARY TAYLOR, MARY W. BOWEN, MARY, MARYLAND, MATHILDE, MATILDA, MATTAKEESETT, MATTHEW VASSER, MATTIE,
      MATTOS SEGUNDOS, MAUDE, MAY QUEEN, MAY, MAYFLOWER, MAZEDA, McGRATH, McKEON, MELROSE, MERCANTILE, MERLIN, MERTIE B. CROWLEY, MESSENGER, META JAN, METAMORA, METEOR III, METEOR, MEXICAN, MIDAS, MILBROOK, MILES STANDISH,
      MILLA BOND, MILTON, MINDORA, MINERVA, MIRANDA, MISTRESS, MOATE, MOHAWK, MONHEGAN, MONTAUK, MOPPELLIA, MORNING STAR, MOUNT HOPE, MOUNTAIN MAID, MUSQUIDOBIT, MYRA B. WEAVER, MYSTIC C, MYSTIC WHALER, NANCY HANKS, NANCY,
      NAPA CITY, NATHANIEL BOWDITCH, NATHANIEL T. PALMER, NAUTILUS, NELLIE DIXON, NELLIE V. ROKES, NEPTUNE'S BARGE, NEREYDA, NETLEY, NETTE S, NEW ENDEAVOR, NEW FORGE, NEWARK, NEWASH, NIMBLE, NOMAD, NONPAREIL, NORDSTERN,
      NORFOLK PACKET, NORTH AMERICA, NORTHERN LIGHT, NORTHLAND, NOYO, OBSERVER, OCCIDENTAL, OCEAN VANCE, ODYSSEUS, OHIO, OISEAU DES ISLES, OLD CARPENTER, OLGA, OLIVER AMES, OLIVER H. LEE, OLIVER SPEAR, ON TIME, ONWARD, OREGON FIR,
      OREGON PINE, OREGON, ORETHA F. SPINNEY, ORIOLE, ORISSA, ORVETTA, OTTILIE FJORD, OUSATONAC, PALAFOX, PALESTINE, PALLAS, PALMER, PANDA, PARA, PARAGON, PATHFINDER, PAUL PALMER, PAUNCHITA, PAX, PAYS DE FRANCE II, PEACOCK,
      PEARL, PEDER MOST, PEGGY, PEMBERTON, PENOLA, PERSEUS, PERSEVERENCE, PET, PETER & MARY, PETREL, PHANTOM, PICTOU, PIEDMONTE, PILGRIM, PILOT, PIONEER, PITCAIRN, PLANDOME, PLYMOUTH ROCK, POCAHONTAS, POLAR BEAR, POLLY,
      PORCUPINE, PORPOISE, PORTLAND PACKET, PORTLAND PILOT, POW-WOW, PRESCOTT PALMER, PRESCOTT, PRINCE DE NEUFCHATEL, PRINCE LOUIS II, PRISCILLA ALDEN, PRISCILLA II, PRISCILLA L. RAY, PRISCILLA, PROFESSOR RUDOVITS, PROSPER,
      PROVIDENCE, PURITAN, PURNELL T. WHITE, QUEEN, QUERO, QUONNAPOWATT, R .F. HART, RACER, RALPH M. EATON, RAMBLER, RATTLESNAKE, RAYMOND T. MAULL, REBECCA, REDBRIDGE, REGENIA S., REGINA, REINE MARIE STEWART, RELIANCE, RELIEF,
      RESTLESS, RETALIATION, REVENGE, RIALTO, RICHARD F.C. HARTLY, RICHARD HENRY DANA, RICHARD K. FOX, RICHARD ROBBINS, RIENZI, RIPPLING WAVE, RIVAL, RIVERSIDE, ROANOKE, ROBBIE HUNTER, ROBERT B. SMITH, ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ROMO,
      ROSCOVITE, ROSE DOROTHEA, ROSE MAHONEY, ROSEWAY, ROULETTE, ROVER, ROY BRUCE, ROYAL SAVAGE, RUTH, RYELANDS, S. DANIELSON, S.J. DELAN, SACRAMENTO, SADIE M. NUNAN, SALINA, SALLY PERSIS NOYES, SALLY, SAM C . MENGEL, SAMAR,
      SARAH, SARATOGA, SCORPION, SCOTTISH MAID, SCOURGE, SEA CLOUD, SEA GULL, SEA LION, SEA WITCH, SECRETARY, SELKIRK, SETH PARKER, SHAMROCK , SHARK, SHENANDOAH, SHEPHERD KING, SHERMAN ZWICKER, SHORTAND, SIERRA NEVADA,
      SILVA PASCOAL, SINGLETON PALMER, SIR EDWARD HAWKE, SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, SMITH K. MARTIN, SMUGGLER, SOLANO, SOMERS, SONJA, SOPHIE KRANZ, SOPHRONIA, SOTOYOME, SPEC, SPOKANE, SPRAY, SPUD, SQUID, ST. ANN, ST. ANNE, ST. CLAIR THERIAULT,
      ST. ROCH, ST. THOMAS, STANLEY M. SEAMAN, STAR OF SCOTLAND, STARRY FLAG, STEENWYKERDIEP, STEPHEN BENNETT, STEPHEN TABOR, STORM KING, SULTANA, SUNBEAM II, SUNBEAM, SUNNY SOUTH, SURPRISE, SUSAN N. SMITH, SUSAN R. STONE,
      SUSAN WARDWELL, SUSANNAH, SUZANNE VINNEN, SVEA, SVERIGE, SWALLOW, SWIFT, SYDNEY C. JONES, SYLPH, SYLVESTER WHALEN, T.A. LAMBERT, T.A .WARD, T.J. MERRITT, TABOR BOY, TANGO, TE VEGA, TECUMSEH, TECUMSETH, THELMA, THEOLINE,
      THERESA E. THINKS-I-TO-MYSELF, THISTLE, THOMAS A. CROMWELL, THOMAS B . SCHALL, THOMAS W. LAWSON, THORN, THRASHER, THREE BROTHERS, THREE FRIENDS, TIGRESS, TIKI, TITANIA, TOPAZ, TORONTO, TORRINGTON, TOULONNAISE, TRADE WIND, TRANSIT,
      TRITON, TRIUMPH, TURO, TUXTLA, UNDINE, UNION FOREVER, VAPOR, VAQUERO , VARUNA, VEGA, VEMA, VENUS, VERGEMERE, VERNA, VERONA, VERUNA, VICKSBURG, VICTORY CHIMES, VICTORY, VIGILANT, VIKING, VIRGINIA DARE, VIRGINIA PENDLETON,
      VIRGINIA, VIXEN, VLISSINGEN, VOLUNTEER, W.H. MARSTON, W.H. TALBOT, W .L. WHITE, W.P. O'HARA, WADE, WALTER E. PALMER, WAN FU, WANDERER, WANTON, WAPAMA, WARDWELL, WASHAKIE, WASP, WATER WITCH, WAVE, WAWONA, WE'RE HERE,
      WELCOME, WERNER VINNEN, WESTWARD, WHITE CLOUD II, WHITNEY, WIIQOUUA, WILBERT S. BARTLETT, WILDCAT, WILLIAM ASHBURNER, WILLIAM B. DAISLEY, WILLIAM B. PALMER, WILLIAM BACON, WILLIAM BOARDMAN, WILLIAM C. CARNEGIE, WILLIAM C. HARRIMAN,
      WILLIAM E. BARNES, WILLIAM EMERSON, WILLIAM F. BURDEN, WILLIAM F. GARMS, WILLIAM H. MAILLIER, WILLIAM H. RIDER, WILLIAM H. SMITH, WILLIAM H. TALBOT, WILLIAM HAY, WILLIAM L. BEEBE, WILLIAM L. DOUGLAS , WILLIAM L. WHITE, WILLIAM N. VAN NAME,
      WILLIAM S. HERREGG, WILLIAM SMITH, WILLIAM T. PARKER, WILLIAM W. KER , WILLIAM, WINCHESTER, WINEFRED, WITOCA, WM. C. CARNEGIE, WM. NOTTINGHAM, WYOMING, YAMPA, YOUNG BROTHERS, ZACHARY TAYLOR, ZARYA, ZEBEDEE E. CLIFF, ZEPHYR, ZITA 2, ZITA, ZODIAC
    THOMAS W. LAWSON and other 7-master designs, 38:5-41
    topsail type, ca. 1846, sketch of rig, 24:185
    watercolor by Swaine, 1762 English vessel, 24:165
    wreck returns of big ten, 5:23-25

Schortman, Edward F., author, model builder:

    shop note, sketches on making small glass cases, 11:40-43, 117

Schortman, Edward F., NRG official:

    reactivates NRG Ship Model Registry, 11:82

Schotel, J.C., marine artist:

    watercolor print of Dutch gaff gunboat, 16:10

Schreiber, Charles J., author:

    Building a Chinese Junk, 12:7-13
    letter on Chinese junks, 10:70

Schuetz, Kenneth N., model builder:

    model: SABINO

SCHULSCHIFF DEUTSCHLAND, German training ship:

    historical references, 15:95
    mentioned, 15:126
    photo, under sail, 15:97

Schultz, Gunther T., marine artist:

    pen sketch, overhauling the rigging, 11:69

Schulz, Darrell J., author, model builder:

    shopnote on making wood dowel, 23:137

Schulze, Bernard, model builder:

    model: MASSACHUSETTS

Schurer, John G., author, model builder:

    letter on model building in Korea, 5:32
    models: Elco cabin cruiser, FLYING CLOUD, RAMBLER, SEA WITCH
    query on BOXER, L3:56

Schuster, Glenn, author, model builder:

    shop note, plans for rotating toolbench, 36:50-51

Schutze, August, model builder:

    model of CONSTITUTION at MCNY, L2:95

SCHUYLKILL, ex-LOUISBURG, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

Schwarz, Joseph M., model builder:

    query on EXODUS, excursion steamer: 25:41

SCHWERIN, railroad ferry:

    on West Germany stamp, 15:126, 127

Science Center Museum, Toronto:

    mentioned, 19:192

Science Museum, London:

    aids to modelers 4:157
    booklet, Sailing Ships, Part 1, reprinted, 1:133
    collection of model junks, 7:82
    half-model of LIBERTY AND PROPERTY, L2:97
    mentioned, 8:174, L1:96, 187
    photos:
      -list of photos available, L2:98
      -model of GREAT BRITAIN, 14:107
      -of bomb ketches, 1:132
    plans, photos of PRINCE model, 5:50
    source of plans, 5:113, 172
    steamship model collection, 4:70

Scientific American, publication:

    list of nautical references, 7:127, 133

SCIOTO, US screw steam gunboat:

    description, 4:148

SCIPION, French ship-of-the-line:

    historical references, 25:84

SCORPION, British ram:

    built by Laird for Confederate Navy, 20:133
    plans, 20:133

SCORPION, British sloop-of-war:

    historical references, 37:143

SCORPION, ex-SOVEREIGN, US patrol boat:

    historical references, 15:21

SCORPION, US armed schooner:

    historical references, 8:92, 98, 16:200
    in Perry's Lake Erie fleet, 8:63

SCOTIA, Cunard liner:

    mentioned, 13:20

SCOTIA, ex-HEKLA, exploration vessel:

    on Falkland Islands stamp, 17:172-174

SCOTIA, ship:

    in list, Quebec-built, 21:122

SCOTT BADER, British training ketch:

    see Ocean Youth Club

Scott, Frank D., author, model builder:

    Conversation Piece, 20:182
    model: CONSTELLATION
    Presidential Yachts, 20:119-128
    query on presidential yachts, 18:214

Scott, Herbert S., author, artist, model builder:

    answers query on CABOT, 3:80
    answers query on THOMAS W. LAWSON, 4:132
    comments:
      -on drafting plans for FLYING FISH, 6:43-44, 20:31-32
      -on plans for PHILADELPHIA, 3:118
      -on plans for OTAGO, 9:87
      -on THOMAS W. LAWSON plans, 5:61, 18:63
      -on ship model registry, 3:76
      -on wood for models, 7:34
    detail sketches for NORSKE LOVE, 4:37
    drawings, plank-on-frame hull construction, 6:100, 20:40
    letter on model of CUTTY SARK 4:27
    models: CALIPH, CUTTY SARK, JOE LANE, NEWSBOY, SARAH S. RIDGWAY
    plans:
      -clipper FLYING FISH, 6:40-43, 20:28-32
      -OTAGO, 9:83-84, 87
      -PHILADELPHIA, 3:119
    queries:
      -on Armstrong's patent windlass, 7:64
      -on CALIPH's shrouds, L2:159
      -on clipper FLYING FISH, 4:118
      -on deck machinery of FLYING FISH, 4:131, 147, 20:28
      -on iron ships' companionways, 7:64
      -on iron ships' scrollwork, 7:64
      -on JOE LANE, L3:13
      -on SARAH S. RIDGEWAY, 4:100, 132
      -on ship model cases, L3:40, 56
      -on term "half poop," 5:34
    rigging, detail plans of THOMAS W. LAWSON, 5:58
    shop notes:
      -on auxiliary work bench, L3:33
      -on open quarterdeck rail, L3:33
      -on rigging, 4:26
      -on making rudders, 5:84
    sketches:
      -bow, forecastle of THOMAS W. LAWSON, 5:57
      -Cannon Pedro, 3:4
      -CONSTITUTION'S channel pump, 3:5
      -iron work for models, 3:5
      -JANE CAMPBELL model by Wagner, 3:4
      -model rigging tools, cannon casting, 4:175
      -OTAGO, 2:49
      -OTAGO's wheel, 2:45
      -planked-up hull, L3:32
      -rudders in spritsail topmast era, 5:84
      -shop notes by Bristol, Flynn, Robinson, Smith, 4:43, 13:93, 20:44
      -whaling vessels' equipment, 4:14, 20:17

Scott, Herbert S., NRG official:

    elected to NRG Board, 4:12
    report on NRG Ship Model Registry, 4:38

Scottish Fisheries Museum, Anstruther:

    description, 35:164

SCOTTISH GLENS:

    historical references, 9:42

SCOTTISH ISLES:

    mentioned, 3:82

SCOTTISH LOCHS:

    mentioned, 4:156-163

SCOTTISH MAID, clipper ship:

    half-model, L2:26

SCOTTISH MAID, schooner:

    launched 1839, L1:48

Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine, Scotland:

    description, 35:164

SCOURGE, British Navy vessel:

    historical references, 14:117

SCOURGE, ex-LORD NELSON, US schooner-of-war:

    belaying pin positions, 31:136
    comments on sail plan and rig, 30:200
    drawing, reconstruction of sails and rigging, 30:198
    film of recovery expedition, 35:52
    historical references, 23:204, 29:53, 37:82
    sketch, reconstructed rig of fore mast and fore course, 30:197
    topic at 1983 NRG Conference, 29:218

Scow schooners:

    in San Francisco bay, 1:10
    query, L2:139, 161
    rigging description, plan, detail sketches, 12:118-121, 20:62-64
    San Francisco type-model construction article, 27:111-131
    see ALBERTINE, ALMA, CHARLES W., CROCKETT, DORA, ECHO, EMMA, H. EPPINGER, INDEPENDENT, MARY, MATILDA, MILTON, REGENIA S., ROBBIE HUNTER, ROUGH AND READY, SACRAMENTO, ST. THOMAS, UNDINE, WAR EAGLE

Scow sloops:

    model by Baker wins 1991 MM award, 36:156
    query, 2:11, L2:139, 161
    see ALLETTA M. HAMILTON, M.M. HAMILTON, QUI VIVE, RIVERSIDE, STEPHEN ORE, UNITED STATES, YANKEE GIRL

Scow:

    plans, 24:181

Scrimshaw:

    description, photos, 7:7-10
    letter by Sayle, 4:41
    photo, part of MFA collection, 37:200
    query, 22:49, 154
    techniques, examples, materials, tools, 34:137-144
    topic at 1985 NRG Conference, 31:44

SCUD, steam launch:

    query, 16:117

SCYLLA, British sloop-of-war:

    captures FLY, 35:140

SCYLLA, ex-CANONICUS, US monitor:

    name changes, 1869, 18:8

SCYTHIA, Cunard Line steamer:

    historical references, 10:55-,56

SEA ADVENTURE, English warship, ca. 1609:

    depicted on 17th-century coin, 17:42

SEA BIRD, sidewheel steamer:

    query, 29:217

SEA BIRD:

    mentioned in Frazer letter, 36:47

SEA BREEZE, bark:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:174
    mentioned, 22:67

Sea Breezes, British publication:

    mentioned, 15:167

Sea Cadet Corps, England:

    sail training program, 19:180

SEA CLOUD, ex-HUSSAR, schooner yacht:

    design data, 11:95-96
    mentioned, 16:40, 153, 19:60

Sea Fare, Australian publication:

    description, 18:208

SEA FLOWER, British Navy brig:

    mentioned, 4:84

SEA FLOWER, ship:

    Allyn's capstan, 32:99

SEA FOAM, brig:

    in mortar flotilla at New Orleans, 4:148

SEA FOAM:

    mentioned in ledger at Vineland HS, 3:68

SEA FOX, yawl:

    mentioned, 38:10

SEA GULL, steamer:

    beached, 9:94

SEA GULL, US Navy pilot schooner:

    lost with all hands, 4:107, 34:200, 35:45

SEA GULL, US Navy steamer:

    mentioned, 22:131

SEA HAWK, ex-USCG cutter CG-403:

    historical references, 8:136

SEA KING, downeaster:

    historical references, 8:80

SEA KING, New York tugboat:

    historical references, 8:74

SEA KING, tugboat:

    historical references, 9:131

SEA LARK, ex-FLY, Baltimore clipper:

    historical references, 35:140, 143
    mentioned, 13:139
    model by Strugar mentioned, L3:42
    model construction article, 35:139-146
    plans, 35:141
    query on gun ports, 11:127, 12:27-28
    shop note, sketch on port lids, 26:99

SEA LION, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

SEA LION, seagoing tug:

    historical references, 17:242

SEA LION, ship:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:174
    query, L3:24

SEA LION:

    coppering data, 26:148

SEA NYMPH, clipper ship:

    Allyn's capstan, 32:99

SEA QUEEN, scow:

    mentioned, 5:156

SEA QUEEN, ship:

    at San Francisco in 1849, 3:77

SEA RANGER, San Francisco, CA, tug:

    historical references, 17:241
    mentioned, 2:50
    photos, 17:244, 245

SEA ROGUE, fishing boat:

    mentioned, 5:129

SEA ROVER, tugboat:

    historical references, 9:43

SEA SALVOR, salvage tug:

    historical references, 17:241

Sea Scout vessels:

    see WINARD

SEA SERPENT, clipper ship:

    book subject, 22:50
    historical references, 17:34, L1:62

SEA SERPENT, refrigerated cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SEA SPIRIT, Scottish training ketch:

    in school ship race, 18:92

SEA SURVEYOR, motor research vessel:

    historical references, 16:69

SEA VENTURE, Cog, 1609:

    historical references, 19:62
    on Bermuda stamp, 15:80, 82
    query on plans, 18:71

SEA WITCH Clipper Trust:

    restoration group, 26:51

SEA WITCH, clipper ship:

    belaying pin plan, 5:136-138, 158, 173
    configuration, plans, offset tables, photo, 26:55-62
    drawing by Smith, 26:212
    figurehead, 20:81, 26:6
    historical references, 9:133, 14:19, L1:49
    mentioned, 1:49, 4:67, 5:31, 7:101, 20:14, 20:34, 22:67, 24:50, 25:158, 26:51, 27:29, 31:51, 40:181, L1:64, L2:21
    models
      -at MCNY, L2:95
      -at SCI, L1:120
      -by Allan in NRG registry, 5:28, 6:28, L3:159
      -by Berger mentioned, L3:97
      -by Brown mentioned, 10:69
      -by Cacciottolo mentioned, 5:35
      -by Churchill in NRG registry, 4:72, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Davis mentioned, 3:43, L3:156
      -by Edgerly in NRG registry, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Fenerin in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Flynn in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Law at MM, 3:34, 31, L3:42
      -by LeVan in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Manning mentioned, 3:163
      -by Maple mentioned, 5:112
      -by Maunder, L3:68
      -by Roukes mentioned, 3:90
      -by Saunders mentioned, L3:144
      -by Schurer, L2:159
      -by Shayler in NRG registry, 4:180, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Shayler mentioned, 4:180
      -by Smith in NRG registry, 4:29, 40, 5:28, 6:28
      -kit, 5:153
      -mentioned, 3:12, 71
    offset tables, 26:60
    painting by Melville, 17:221
    photo, half-model in HAMMS collection at SI, 26:62
    plans:
      - in NRG registry, 6:16
      -in list, L2:57
      -lines and deck plan by Davis, 26:56
      -lines in Chapelle collection, 5:30, 20:33
      -midship section, 26:59
      -offered, 26:212
      -original sail, 26:57
      -query, 34:50
      -reconstruction by Davis mentioned, 25:102
      -reference, 3:57
      -stern and bow designs, 26:61
      -stern framing, 26:58
    queries, 6:62, 28:212, L2:147
    query on whereabouts of builder's half-model, 34:226
    relief carving by Story mentioned, 29:14
    sketch based on painting at PM, 26:62
    sketch of deck hands by Gordon Grant, 1:50

SEA WITCH, San Francisco, CA, pilot schooner:

    query, 20:156

SEA, whaling ship:

    historical references, 4:2

SEABIRD, ex-DAYLIGHT, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

SEACREST, ketch:

    mentioned, 20:109

SEADATE, ex-USCG cutter CG-442, fishing boat:

    historical references, 10:18

SEADRAGON, Chinese junk:

    description, photos of construction, 12:7-13

SEADRAGON, US submarine:

    historical references, 20:78

SEAFARER, 4-m bark:

    mentioned, L3:65

Seafarers International Union:

    acquires schooner E.F. ZWICKER, 16:42

Seafaring lore:

    aboard PURNELL T. WHITE, 10:108-115, 141-147, 11:98-102, 135-138
    celebrating "dead horse" day, 6:85
    customs, traditions on Swedish ships, 7:175-176, 179
    customs-sixteen bells, 18:101
    early Antarctic voyages, 17:205
    fallacious ideas, 11:61
    handling a square rigger, 18:31-41
    map-North Pacific sailing ship routes, 38:36
    meals and diet at sea, 13:11-19
    nautical memoirs of Capt. Emile Genereaux, 17:3-13, 92-105, 136, 188-204, 241-251, 18:23-31, 105-108, 178, 179-186, 262-267, 19:101-108
    Pelorus Jack, New Zealand's pilot porpoise, L2:156
    query on sailor-made shoes, 10:128
    record passages, 30:152-158
    rope work, L1:40, 120
    scrimshaw techniques, examples, materials, tools, 21:41-42, 34:137-144
    sea serpents, contemporary comments, 21:46
    see Chanteys, Scrimshaw
    ship christening customs, 7:25
    superstitions, coins in the mast-step, 16:117, 247

SEAFLOWER, British warship:

    stern davits, 39:104

SEAFLOWER, sloop:

    historical references, 3:155

SEAFORD, British warship:

    historical references, 23:175
    mentioned, 23:174

SEAGULL, US minesweeper:

    post-WWI sweeping operations, 30:138

SEAHORSE, British warship:

    mentioned, 37:228

SEAKAY (2), tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SEAKAY, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SEALARK, British brig-of-war:

    historical references, 39:146

SEALARK, British Navy brigantine:

    false galleries, 39:104
    stern davits, 39:104

SEAMAN'S BRIDE, clipper ship:

    Reed's steering apparatus, 32:202

Seamanship:

    aboard Boston pilot schooners, 10:44-58
    big wooden schooners on long passages, 21:26-28
    Cape Horn passage by ELIZA McNEIL, 6:89-91
    casting the lead, 11:61
    circumnavigations, 35:162
    command terminology-proposal for comparative study, 21:191-195
    docking under sail, 6:80, 86, 7:25
    fast passages, 4:73-75, 96-97
    handling a square rigger, 18:31-41
    lying to, 10:131
    nautical memoirs of Capt. Emile Genereaux, 17:3-13, 92-105, 136, 188-204, 241-251, 18:23-31, 105-108, 178, 179-186, 262-267, 19:101-108
    Navy general orders for frigate INDEPENDENCE, 1815, 21:3-13
    plates from le Comte's Praktical Zeevaartunde, 20:170-182, 21:29-35, 91-94, 125-132, 22:41-45, 124-129, 167-172, 23:32-39, 78-84 , 139-144, 196-201, 24:36-42, 85-93, 137-143, 185-191, 25:25-32, 91-97, 126-130
    putting about, 5:157
    query on boxhauling, 4:167, 192
    query on docking of sailing ships, 21:47
    record passages, 14:17-22, 63-69, 30:152-158
    rescue by JACINTHA of FRIENDSHIP II crew, drawing, 8:42
    rescue of MERTIE B. CROWLEY survivors, 5:24
    sailing ship speed, 4:168-170
    shipwreck survival, 5:22
    TREP analysis of CHAMPION OF THE SEAS one-day record run, 24:69-71, 30:154

Seamen's Church Institute, New York:

    acquire's model of Cook's ENDEAVOUR, 7:187
    history, description of collection, L1:117-119
    mentioned, 2:127, 3:40, 51, 146, 5:101, 7:154, 8:56, 17:285, L1:108
    request for loan of models, 6:62

Seaplanes:

    French Loire 130, 3-view plan, 17:257
    French Potez 45, 3-view plan, 17:257

Searls, Delmar E., author, model builder:

    An Early Survey of the Word Camber, 25:98-99
    on measuring round timber, 27:143-145, 205-206

SEARSPORT, barge:

    historical references, 6:78, 6:79

SEASIDE, ex-WALMER CASTLE, Canadian corvette:

    photo, 19:155

SEATRAIN GEORGIA, railroad car carrier:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92
    in aerial photo of Sun Shipbuilding yard, 38:142-143

SEATRAIN HAVANA, railroad car carrier:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SEATRAIN LOUISIANA, railroad car carrier:

    historical references, 38:92, 142

SEATRAIN NEW JERSEY, railroad car carrier:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:97

SEATRAIN NEW YORK, railroad car carrier:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SEATRAIN TEXAS, railroad car carrier:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:97

SEATTLE, US armored cruiser:

    historical references, 23:28

SEAWITCH, yawl yacht:

    historical references, 39:122

SEBENOA, steamer:

    historical references, 4:146

SEBINO, steamboat:

    see SABINO

SECRETARY, schooner:

    prize to FAIR AMERICAN, 31:194

SEDAN, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SEDOV, ex-KOMMODORE JOHNSON, Soviet training bark:

    historical references, 15:95
    photo, 16:152

SEDUISANT, French ship-of-the-line:

    in 1783 fleet list, 25:85

See, Horace, designer:

    see tugboat DOROTHY

SEEADLER, ex-PASS OF BALMAHA, bark/German raider:

    mentioned, 6:114
    model by Hepburn in NRG registry, 5:28, 6:28
    model kit mentioned, 16:249, 29:224
    query on plans, 19:94
    query, 4:101, 33:214

SEEANDBEE, Great Lakes steamer:

    dimensions, 11:60
    mentioned, 35:116
    query, 24:200

Seebode, Alfred, author, model builder:

    speaker at 1983 NRG Conference, 29:218

SEGOCHET, gas yacht:

    historical references, 6:78

Seine boats: 37:239

    Newfoundland type, 37:238-239, 38:48

SEINE, French frigate:

    historical references, 9:90

SEINE, French pontoon:

    historical references, 26:26-27

SEIZE, US Navy salvage ship:

    historical references, 18:186

SELA, brigantine:

    on Yugoslavia stamp, 18:16

SELKIRK, schooner:

    historical references, 6:76

SELKIRK, ship:

    in list, Nova Scotia-built, 21:122

Sell, Wolfgang, author, model builder:

    answers query on marine registers, 13:138
    answers query on plans for GREAT REPUBLIC, 23:206
    Dutch Admiralty Yacht, Circa 1752, 13:69-73
    on Schortman's glass cases, 11:117

SEMANTHA, British 4-master:

    historical references, 9:38, 9:39

Semaque, Flemish:

    plans in NRG registry, 6:36

SEMILLANTE, French warship:

    historical references, 11:111

SEMINOLE, bark:

    figurehead at MSM, 30:42
    query, 8:26

Semmes, Raphael, Confederate Navy captain:

    historical references, 3:154, L1:120

SENATOR GARDNER:

    model at SI mentioned, 12:152

SENATOR, British iron ship:

    fast passage, L2:78

SENECA SUN, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SENECA, US screw steam gunboat:

    description, 4:148

SENECA, USCG cutter:

    description, 6:59

SENECA, whaling vessel:

    Arctic wreck, 7:6

SENSIBLE, French frigate:

    historical references, 29:208

Seppings, Sir Robert, designer:

    diagonal hull bracing, 25:16-17

SEQUOIA, presidential yacht:

    history, description, photo, 20:124-125
    mentioned, 19:38

SEQUOIA, steamer:

    wrecked, 9:94

SERAPIS, British frigate, 1779:

    flag, 31:29
    historical references, 5:3, 171, 11:22-23, 22:25, 23:65, 23:181, 33:51, 33:104, 35:77, 35:165, 36:20, 37:116
    mentioned, 25:69, 33:127, 35:76
    on US stamp 15:172, 173

SERAPIS, British frigate, 1782:

    description, dimensions, 11:22-23

SERAPIS, British frigate:

    historical references,

SERAPIS, British warship, 1779:

    historical references, 36:20

SERAPIS, Continental warship:

    description of ensign 36:98
    historical references, 6:23

SERIEUX, French ship-of-the-line, 1738:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194

SERINGAPATAM, British whaler:

    GREENWICH prize, 9:21

Serpentine, early gun:

    description, L1:152

Serres, Dominic, marine artist:

    painting of collier, ca. 1783, 30:165
    painting, Bermuda sloop, 30:185
    painting, The Battle of Penobscot Bay, 37:133, 134-135

SETH LOW, paddlewheel steam tug:

    in photo with sailing ship at quay, 20:117

SETH PARKER, ex-GEORGETTE, 4-m schooner:

    hulk on Coconut Island, 16:231

Settees:

    query, L2:81

SEUTE DEERN II, ex-NOONA DAN, German training vessel:

    historical references, 16:148

SEUTE DEERN, ex-ELIZABETH BANDI, German bark:

    historical references, 15:95, 140
    history, description, 17:209-211, 274, 275-276
    Intersail member, 15:89, 17:134
    mentioned, 15:90
    status report, 15:193

SEVEN PINES, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SEVEN SEAS, ex-HARPERS FERRY, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

SEVEN SEAS, ship:

    historical references, 15:96, 17:1
    in photo list, L2:38
    plans in NRG registry, 6:16

SEVEN SISTERS:

    mentioned, 5:156

SEVEN STARRS, English warship, 1615:

    historical references, 11:53

SEVERE, French ship-of-the-line, 1774:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194

SEVERE, French ship-of-the-line:

    in 1783 fleet list, 25:85
    purchased 1778, 25:84

SEVERN, AO-61, US Navy oiler:

    model by Barber wins 1991 MM award, 36:156-157, 159

SEVERN, ex-CHESAPEAKE, US Naval Academy training ship:

    historical references, 5:122
    model at USNAM described, 5:122

Sewall, Arthur, Maine shipbuilder:

    historical references, 5:120-121
    see ARYAN, SHENANDOAH

Sewall, Edward, Maine shipbuilder:

    historical references, 5:120-121

Sewall, R.F., author, model builder:

    answers query on term "fine," L3:38, 58
    Black the Rigging, L2:154
    model: BENJAMIN SEWALL
    on lightning conductors, L3:133
    on rope craft, L1:40
    shop note on mast hoops and rings, L3:14

Sewell, Ralph, model builder:

    ENDEAVOUR, one-fourth scale operating replica, 35:74

SEXTAN, Soviet barkentine:

    historical references, 15:96

Sexton, Mark, photographer:

    query on Rundle watercolors, 37:61

SHACKAMAXON, packet ship:

    query on figurehead, 8:26, 55

SHACKAMAXON, US monitor:

    historical references, 18:6, 7

SHADOW, sloop yacht:

    lines in yacht designs book, 39:57
    mentioned, 33:175

Shafer, Lewis, author, artist, model builder:

    shop note on carving figureheads, 5:75
    shop note on old ships' lanterns, 6:71

SHAH, British warship:

    historical references, 17:82

Shallops:

    for MAYFLOWER II-model construction article, 33:204-209
    Pilgrim vessels, L1:12
    plans, Biscay type, 1878, 29:118
    query, L1:6

SHALOM, Israeli passenger liner:

    on Israel stamp, 18:19
    plans, on stamp album page, 18:19

SHAMROCK I, racing yacht:

    query, 27:99

SHAMROCK II, racing yacht:

    query, 27:99

SHAMROCK IV, racing yacht:

    query, 18:71, 215

SHAMROCK V, racing yacht:

    plans source, 20:101

SHAMROCK, British brig:

    historical references, 4:120

SHAMROCK, Grand Banks schooner:

    historical references, 3:111
    photo, fisherman's race, 20:19

Shank, Mehrel, author, model builder:

    answers queries on FRAM, 4:163
    answers query on muzzle-loading guns and cannons, 4:147
    letter on ship plans, 4:82
    lists foreign museums offering aids to modelers, 4:157
    models: ALEXANDER HAMILTON, ARK ROYAL, CLERMONT, clipper SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS, CONSTITUTION, CUTTY SARK, East Indiaman, FERRET, HALF MOON, KEARSAGE, PRINCE OF NEWCASTLE, ROBT. E. LEE, steam trawler, VICTORY
    on NRG plans registry, 5:136, 174
    on origin of royal sails, 5:83
    queries:
      -on boxhauling, 4:167, 192
      -on GENERAL WASHINGTON, 5:122, 172
      -on origin of term "frigate," 5:156. 173
      -on ship model plans, 5:122
    reviews catalog of plans by Underhill, 5:173
    reviews product, Sea Gull Plans, 5:109
    Some Foreign Sources of Ship Model Plans, 4:134

SHANNON, Blackwall frigate:

    lines in Chapelle's collection, 4:100

SHANNON, British frigate:

    chatter grooves in rudder, 19:81
    historical references, L1:26
    in aquatint at CBMM, 16:191
    mentioned, 19:85, 20:134
    no name on stern, 37:226
    photo, model at USNAM, 19:84

SHANNON, British hermaphrodite brig:

    prize of PRESIDENT, L1:27

SHANNON:

    listed with figurehead, 18:80

Shanties:

    see Chanteys

Shapland, William, author, model builder:

    shop note on rope-serving device, 18:210-211

SHARK, British sloop-of-war:

    historical references, 27:56

SHARK, US Navy schooner:

    mentioned, L2:81

SHARK, US schooner-of-war:

    comments on sail plan and rigging, 30:198
    historical references, L1:132
    mentioned, 30:193
    model by Rowan mentioned, L3:42, 104
    wrecked, 9:94

SHARK, US submarine torpedo boat:

    historical references, 27:167,171

Sharpies:

    Florida fishing type-description, sketch, 38:182
    model by Edson at SI mentioned, 39:132
    New Haven type-plans by Chapelle, 3:159
    North Carolina type-model construction article, 27:3-8
    origins, L1:50
    see IOWA, 27:3

SHARPSBURG, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SHARPSHOOTER, iron bark:

    historical references, 5:104

Shaw, J.P., author, model builder:

    answers queries:
      -on Baltic schooners' bowsprits, L3:119-120
      -on blue-painted hulls, L3:118
      -on masts of THOMAS W. LAWSON, L3:153
      -on white bottoms, L3:118
    letter on fate of three half-models, L3:131
    models: brig PILGRIM, Maine pinky

SHAW, US destroyer:

    historical references, 18:179

SHAWNEE, US monitor:

    in class listing, 18:7

Shayler, R.T., author, model builder:

    Cannon Pedro, 3:3
    models: BLUENOSE, EMILY WHITNEY, MAYFLOWER, SEA WITCH, yawl
    on his workshop, 4:180
    shop notes:
      -on soldering, 3:93-96
      -on tool sources, 3:134
      -on tools for modeling, 3:105

Shedd, John L., author, model builder:

    answers query on Dahlgren gun, L2:82
    comments:
      -on FAIR AMERICAN, 4:33
      -on foreign sources of plans, 3:70
      -on Texas Navy, 7:99
    description of Palmer's model of ACTIVE, L2:19-21
    queries:
      -on BELLE OF THE WEST, L3:69, 3:80, 95
      -on BELLE OF THE WEST topsails, 3:23
      -on BENJAMIN W. LATHAM, L2:24
      -on Black Ball Line, 3:23, 55
      -on GOLDEN CITY, L1:195, L2:33
      -on nylon for rigging models, L1:103
      -on pumps, 3:69, 106
      -on SHEANANDOAH, L3:24, 41
    shop note, "For the Paint Job," L2:107
    shop note, "Steaming Gadget," L2:107

SHEET ANCHOR, brig:

    query, 7:64

SHEILA, clipper ship:

    first use of Kelvin binnacle, 18:127

Shelhorse, Max A., model builder:

    query on A.D. VANCE, 27:44
    query on Confederate blockade runners, 27:44

SHENANDOAH, 4-m bark:

    description, historical references, 7:52-53
    historical references, 5:120-121, 9:34
    mentioned, 4:97
    plans in NRG registry, 6:16
    queries, 4:177, 5:97, 9:55, 112-113, 164, L3:24, 41
    query on plans, 10:73-74, 98
    rigging of spanker boom and gaff, 10:131

SHENANDOAH, Cope Line packet ship, 1840:

    model at SI mentioned, 12:152

SHENANDOAH, ex-SEA KING, Confederate raider:

    book subject, 11:131
    capture of whalers, 7:4-5
    description, history, 4:19-20
    mentioned, 7:67
    plans source, 4:45, 25:42
    query on plans, 23:210

SHENANDOAH, topsail schooner, 1964:

    historical references, 15:95, 169, 16:68
    mentioned, 18:48
    photo, 16:70

Shenton, Leslie E.M., model builder:

    model: CUTTY SARK

SHEPHERD KING, Grand Banks schooner:

    Story model mentioned, 29:6

Shepherd, Ralph C., author, model builder:

    letter on loss of OMEGA, 10:70
    letters on Peruvian barks, 6:93, 8:88
    query on Chilean bark NELSON, 5:51

SHEPHERDESS, river steamer:

    historical references, 26:85

SHEPHERDESS, whaling ship:

    historical references, 4:56

SHEPPEY, ex-DRAKE, lighter:

    historical references, 24:179

SHERIDAN, Dramatic Line packet:

    mentioned, 17:82

Sheridan, Thomas W.:

    obituary, 13:107

SHERMAN D. ALLEN, clipper ship:

    lines in Chapelle collection, 5:30, 20:33

SHERMAN ZWICKER, Grand Banks schooner:

    plans for museum ship, 17:208

SHERMAN, sandbagger:

    mentioned, 34:42-43

Sherman, Stuart C., author, librarian:

    letter on checklist of whaling logbooks, 4:17

Sherwood, John C., author, model builder:

    comments on bomb ketch rig, 30:147

Sherwood, Kevin D., model builder:

    query on deck details of PENNSYLVANIA, 24:155

SHILOH, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SHILOH, US monitor:

    in class listing, 18:7

SHIMEKAZE, Japanese destroyer class:

    query, 10:33

Shine, C. Roy, author, model builder:

    query on DE BRAAK, 19:255

SHINYO MARU, Japanese passenger liner:

    mentioned, 38:55

Ship carvers:

    Quebec survey, sketches, photos, 18:75-90
    see
      Bailey, Baillarg‚, Belanger, Berlinguet, Bernier, Black, Burgess, Burnet, Carrier, Corbin, Cot‚, Dillaway, Dor‚, Fournier, Gingras, Gleason, Jacson, Jobin,
      LaPointe, LeVasseur, Mason, McIntire, McKenzie, Mingeaud, Moisan, Normand, Pacquet, Parent, Petry, Richardson, Rouleau, Rush, Skillen

Ship carving:

    AMERICA, stern figures, 20:80
    AWARD fiddlehead, sketch, 18:82
    CEDRIC THE SAXON's rail stanchions, 7:42
    GEM OF THE OCEAN billethead, 4:65
    GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD's nameboard letters, sketch, 29:8
    INDIANA bow ornamentation, 20:80
    KINGFISHER billethead, 4:65
    Lewis Story's techniques, 29:8-11
    on Medford-built ships, 4:64-66
    OREGON bow ornamentation, 20:80
    PARTHENOPE, stern figures, 20:81
    photos, eagles by Orr, 9:93, 123, 10:1, 43
    query on carving eagles, L3:154
    Rush's designs for CONSTELLATION, 31:58
    see DAUNTLESS, LUCILLA, MILO, ONWARD, PAUL JONES, WEST WIND
    see Figureheads, Ship Carvers
    SUNBEAM stern carving, photo, 6:73
    techniques, materials, photo, 6:73-75
    UNITED STATES stern details, 20:80

Ship classification:

    American marine registers, 35:95-97
    New York Marine Register standard, 1858, 34:162-166, 218-224
    see Marine registers

Ship Lore and Model Club, New York:

    comments on in Frazer letter, 36:47
    meeting reports, 8:56
    mentioned, 40:110

Ship model clubs:

    see Organizations

Ship Model Makers' Club [SMMC], New York:

    comments on in Frazer letter, 36:47
    formation, 35:213
    mentioned, 36:104
    see
      Bay State Ship Model Makers Club, Boston Chapter, Brooklyn Model Ship-Yard, Chicago Yard, Cruising Association London, Detroit Association of Model Shipwrights, Donald McKay Anchorage Boston, Douglaston Anchorage Long Island,
      Manhattan and Bronx Chapter, New London Chapter, Newark Chapter, Philadelphia Chapter, Society of Art and Crafts Boston, Staten Island Chapter, Washington DC Yard, WilliamP. Douglas Anchorage Long Island

Ship Model Makers Club of Boston:

    mentioned, 5:188, L2:108

Ship model societies:

    see Organizations

Ship Model Society of New York:

    historical references, 35:214

Ship Model Society of Northern New Jersey:

    mentioned, 40:110

Ship Model Society of Rhode Island:

    historical references, 35:214

Ship Modelers Association of Fullerton, CA:

    exhibit and competition, 23:156-157

Ship Modelers Association of Southern California:

    hosts 1996 Western Ship Model Conference and Exhibit, 40:110-111
    sponsors 1994 Western Ship Model Conference, 38:187

Ship Modeling Society of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia:

    notes, description, L1:69-71

Ship models and modeling:

    see
      Model ship collections, Model ship competitions, Model ship organizations, Model ship restoration, Model shipbuilding, Model shipbuilding dioramas,
      Model shipbuilding in bottles, Model shipbuilding materials, Model shipbuilding techniques, Model shipbuilding tools, Model ships and boats

Shipbuilders:

    Marietta, OH, list, 1:85
    notes on New York clipper ship builders, 1:49, 20:14
    see
      A. McMillan and Son, A.W. DeYoung, Adams and Story, Alexander Hall, American Car and Foundry, American International, Anker and Jensen, Arey, Arthur Sewall & Co., Atkinson and Fellmore, Atlantic Coast Co. , Austin & Hall,
      Badger, Barclay, Barker, Barkley, Barrow, Barstow, Bath Iron Works, Baxter, Bean, Bearce, Bell, Benzon, Bethlehem, Bigger, Blanchard, Block, Blohm and Voss, Bourne & Kingsbury, Branford, Briggs & Brewer , Briggs,
      Brooke, Brooks, Brown & Bell, Brown & Lovell, Brown, Burmeister, Burrard, Burrill, C.S. & O. Fletcher, Caird & Co., Cammell-Laird, Camper, Carver, Chance Marine, Chantiers de l'Atlantique, Chapman,
      Charles Connell & Co., Chester, Chittenden, Christensen, Church, Clapp, Clark, Cobb, Colonna's Shipyard, Columbia Engineering, Connell, Cottman, Cradock, Crockett, Crosby Nav. Co., Crosby,
      Crowninshield, Cudworth, Curle, Curtis, Dachel-Carter, Deane, Deering, DeFoe, Delano, 4:50, Denny, Deutsche Schif, Dickey, Digby, Dimock, Dinning, Dunbar, Dundee, Dunham, Dunn,
      East Coast, Eaton, Echevarrieta, Eckford, Eells, Ewell, F. Krupp, F. Schichau, Ferguson, Fernald & Pettigrew, Fisher Boat Works, Flint, Ford, Fore River, Foster, Frances Cobb & Co., Frye, Fuller,
      Gamage, Gibbs Gas Engine, Gilchrist, Gilmour, Goss, Greenleaf, Hackett, Hall Bros., Hall, Hallowell, Hanneford, Hanscom, Harlan & Hollingsworth, Harland & Wolff, Hartt, Hatch, Hawley, Hayden,
      Hichborn, Hillman, Hitchcock, Hitchings & Joyce, Hobart, Holbrooke, Holland Torpedo Boat Co., House, Huntington, Ingalls & Shepard, Irons & Grinnell, J. and W. Dudgeon, J. Reid, J.L. Mills, J.M. Brooks,
      Jackman, Jackson, James, Jeffery & Street, John Brown & Co., John H. Mathis, John Roach & Sons, Jones, Kelly, Kelly-Spear, Kemp, Kent, Kingston Dry Dock, Kirby, Labb‚, Lake Union Dry Dock, Langdon,
      Lapham, Lawrence, Lee, Lester & Stone, Litchfield, Look Brothers, Luders Marine, Lungley, Lynn, Mackie, Mageline, Magoun, Mallett and Melcher, Manitowoc Shipbuilding Corp., Martin, Mashow, Mathis,
      Maxon, McDonald, McKay, McMillan, Merchant, Merdaunt, Merritt, Meserve, Millbridge, Miller, Muller, Napier, Nash, New Jersey Shipbuilding, New York Launch, New York Shipbuilding, Newport News, Nichols,
      Odero, Oswald, Otis, Oxenbjerg, Oxner and Story, Palafox, Palmer, Palmers, Pendleton Bros., Pennsylvania Shipbuilding, Percy & Small, Pett, Pickett & Crockett, Pierce, Pratt, Pusey & Jones, R. Duncan,
      R. Thompson, R. Williamson, Randall, Raynes, Reihersteig, Rice Brothers, Richards, Richardson, Rogers, Rolph, Ross, Russell, Samson , Sewall, Skolfield, Smith and Dimon, Smith and Rhuland,
      Smith, Southampton Naval Works, Southern, Sparrell, Sprague, St. Helen's, Staples, Steers, Stephen, Stetson, Storer, Story, Sun Shipbuilding, Sylvester, T. Royden, T.H. Soule, T.S. Marvell, Tarr,
      Taylor, Techlenborg, Thomas, Tilden, Tobey & Littlefield, Torrey, Traylor, Trufant & Drummond, Truffant, Tull, Turner, Union Iron Works, Valin, Vinal, Vinyard, W. Brown, W. Doxford, W. Hamilton,
      W.H. Potter, Walter Hood & Co., Wanton, Wardwell, Warner, Waterman, Watson, Webb, Welsie, Welt, Westervelt, Whitehaven, Whiting, William Cramp & Sons, William Skinner and Sons

Shipbuilding materials:

    copper, 1:86
    timber, 1:85-86

Shipbuilding, model:

    see Model shipbuilding

Shipbuilding:

    18th-century American framing practices, 33:150-157
    Addison, ME, 3:83-84
    Americas-chronological history, 8:100-113
    Benedict Arnold's fleet, 5:154
    Chesapeake Bay pungies and schooners, 38:205-216
    Colonial Canada, 21:114-125
    Delaware River basin, 37:44-57
    Great Lakes, 37:79-89
    Lake Champlain, War of 1812, 37:169-173
    list of "firsts" in America, L1:10-12
    Marietta, OH, 1:83-92
    Maryland shipyard ca. 1769, painting, 33:150
    Medford, MA, 4:49-66
    mold loft directions, 37:102-113
    North River of Massachusetts, 3:149-157
    notes by Searls on measuring round timber, 27:143-145, 205-206
    on Aden stamp, 17:262, 17:263
    on St. Vincent stamp, 17:262, 17:263
    Perry's Lake Erie fleet, 8:60-67
    query on Japan's WWII wooden vessels, 37:249
    see Hull construction
    timbers, 1:9
    US Navy vessels, fitting out, 1842, 19:187
    Waldoboro, ME, 7:170-175
    Wardwell family on Penobscot Bay, ME, 6:76-79
    whaleship HUNTER-history, construction details, photos, 35:120-138

Shiplovers' Society of New South Wales, Australia:

    mentioned, 5:111

Shiplovers' Society of Newcastle, Australia:

    mentioned, 5:111

Shiplovers' Society of South Australia:

    mentioned, 5:111

Shiplovers' Society of Tasmania:

    mentioned, 3:132, 5:111, 7:153
    objectives, 6:14
    report, 4:173

Shiplovers' Society of Victoria, Australia:

    mentioned, 5:111
    on roster of societies, 16:48

Shiplovers' Society of Western Australia:

    mentioned, 5:111

Shipmodeler, publication:

    mentioned, L1:113
    published by Ship Model Makers' Club, 35:213

Ships and Ship Models, British publication:

    mentioned, 6:15, 15:167

Ships' bells:

    description, composition, drawing, 17:180
    query on size for US ships-of-the-line, 17:204
    query, L2:123, 147

Ships' boats:

    US Navy vessels, 1826 Tables of Allowances, 31:158-159

Ships in bottles:

    see Model shipbuilding in bottles

Ships of the Sea Museum, Savannah, GA:

    model of frigate SAVANNAH, 20:144

Ships on stamps:

    album pages:
      -DUNKERQUE, 19:100
      -GILDED PIG, 16:182
      -GRANDE HERMINE, 15:174
      -GREAT EASTERN, 19:97
      -JACQUES COEUR, 19:99
      -OESTERREICH, 19:98
      -19th-century lifeboat, 16:44
      -Algonquin canoe, 16:100
      -AMERIGO VESPUCCI, 17:216
      -AQUITANIA, 16:244
      -BERLIN, liner, 18:259
      -BLUENOSE, 18:22
      -BRITANNIA, liner, 18:256
      -BRITANNIA, royal yacht, 18:257
      -Carthaginian galley, 15:37
      -CLERMONT, 17:131
      -DE RUYTER, 16:101
      -DISCOVERY II, 18:114
      -DISCOVERY, 14:23
      -ENDURANCE, 17:258
      -EXPLORER, 14:24
      -GRIPSHOLM, liner, 1925, 18:259
      -GRIPSHOLM, liner, 1957, 18:258
      -Haida canoe, 17:217
      -HALF MOON, 17:132
      -HIRONDELLE II, 17:54
      -HOHENZOLLERN, 16:183
      -HUESCAR, 16:99
      -INGOLFUR ARNARSON, 17:133
      -JUAN SEBASTIAN DE ALCANO, 17:218
      -KALMAR NYCKEL, 15:85
      -keelboats, 18:21
      -KUNG KARL, 15:130
      -lakatoi, 17:130
      -LORRAINE, 17:260
      -MAID OF THE MIST, 17:53
      -MAINE, 18:20
      -NAUTILUS (fictional), 18:175
      -NAUTILUS, 18:177
      -Oakley lifeboat, 17:259
      -Ojibway canoe, 16:100
      -ORZEL, 18:176
      -PETER VON DANZIG, 15:38
      -PIRI REIS, 18:177
      -POURQUOI PAS? 18:117
      -PRINCE BAUDOUIN, 16:243
      -QUEEN MARY, 16:98
      -RETRIEVER, 18:116
      -Royal Thai state barge, 15:175
      -SAKARYA, 18:177
      -SAVANNAH, 18:115
      -SHALOM, 18:19
      -SURCOUF, 18:174
      -U-45, 18:176
      -VIRGINIA, 15:84
      -WESTFALEN, 17:215
      -yawl boat, 17:261
    Antigua, 1970 series, 20:212
    descriptions, stamp photos, 15:33-36, 80-83, 126-129, 170-173, 16:42-43, 17:172-174, 262-264, 18:15-16, 118-119, 171-173, 255
    PT-109, 16:45
    see
      ADVENTURE, ALLIGATOR, AMERIGO VESPUCCI, AMPERE, ANTARCTIC, ANTOINETTE, ARCHIMEDE, ASPIS, ASTROLABE, AUGUSTA, AUSTRALIS, BEAGLE, BELGICA, BLUENOSE, BOUSSOLE, CALBUCO, Catamarans, CITY OF BERLIN, CITY OF DANZIG,
      CITY OF TORONTO, COLUMBUS, CONSTITUTIONEN, DEUTSCHLAND, Dhows, DISCOVERY II, DISCOVERY, DISTRIBUTOR III, DROMMEDARIS, Dromon, EAGLE , EBER, ELIZABETH, ENDEAVOUR, ENDURANCE, EUGENE EUMENIDES, FRANCAIS,
      FREDERICUS QUARTUS, FU CHING, Galleys, GEORGE WASHINGTON, GIORGIOS AVEROFF, GIPSY MOTH IV, GRANDE HERMINE, GUINNE, HEEMSKIRK, HIORTEN, IRIS, JOHN BISCOE, Junks, Kayaks, KENT, LADY FRANKLIN, Lakatois, LODBROK, LORRAINE,
      MADRE MIMBELLI, MATHEW, McRAYSHIRE, MERMAID, MISSOURI, MORAYSHIRE, MORINDA, NORFOLK, PENOLA, PETITE HERMINE, PITCAIRN, Plucca, POURQUOI PAS?, PRESIDENT FELIX FAURE, PRESIDENT SARMIENTO, PRINCE GEORGE, RESOLUTION,
      ROYAL WILLIAM, SANDBACH, SANTA MARIA, SAO GABRIEL, SCOTIA, SEA VENTURE, SIRIUS, Smallcraft, SR-N6 hovercraft, STYRBJORN, SUPPLY,
      TARE, THORBORG, TORRENS, TRENTO, TREPASSEY, TRES AMIGOS, Viking ships, WANDERER, WILLIAM SCORESBY, WYATT EARP
    US Navy cancels and postmarks, descriptions, reproductions, 19:95-96

Ships, clipper:

    see Clipper ships

Ships:

    Because nearly every sort of large vessel is occasionally called a ship
    no attempt was made to compile a separate listing for ships.
    Please refer to individual ship names throughout this Index.
    regardless of specific rig or hull type and because the rigs of many
    sailing vessels were not noted, especially in earlier Journals,

Ships-in-Bottles Association of America:

    mentioned, 40:110

Ships-in-Bottles Museum, Osaka, Japan:

    opens, 35:162

Shipwrecks:

    15th-century vessel, engraving by W.A., 22:1
    Chinese and Japanese junks, 9:129
    drawing, river steamer wrecked by snag, 26:175
    Humboldt-Del Norte Coast disasters, 9:94
    Kingston, Ont., survey, L3:35
    list, map of Cape Cod wrecks, 4:151-154
    photos, Miami waterfront after 1926 hurricane, 19:168
    query on Oregon wrecks, L3:55, 69-70
    query, L2:147
    see
      CELINA, A.F. AMES, A.H.GLOVER, ABBIE H. HODGMAN, ABEL W. PARKER, ACADIA, ACTIVE, ADDIE M. LAWRENCE, ADDIE P. AVERY, ADDISON CRATER, AEOLUS, ALASKA, ALBERT AND EDWARD, ALBERT H. CROSS, ALBERT W. SMITH, ALDEN KEENE,
      ALEXANDER YEATS, ALFRED KEAN, ALICE M. LAWRENCE, ALICE RAYMOND, ALSTER, AMANDA AGER, AMAZON, AMERICA, AMERICAN CHIEF, AMERICAN LLOYDS, ANDRE LEBON, ANGOLA, ANNA D. PRICE, ANNA E. KETCHUM, ANNA NERMINE, ANNIE F. CONLON,
      ANNIE GEE, ANNIS, ANTELOPE, ANTOINETTE, ASTERION, ASTRAL, AWARD, AWASHONKS, B.D. HASKINS, BAKER PALMER, BARBARA, BEAR, BELLA, BELLE A . NAUSS, BELMONT, BROOKLYN, BROTHER JONATHAN, C.C. FUNK, C.E. SCHMIDT, C.F. TRUMBULL,
      CALVIN P. HARRIS, CANOWIE, CANTON, CAPT. LINCOLN, CARL D. LOTHROP, CARLOTTA, CARRIE M. RICHARDSON, CARRIE W., CENTENNIAL, CHAMPION, CHARLES H. MERCHANT, CHARLES NELSON, CHARLOTTE, CHATTANOOGA, CHICO, CHILKAT, CITY OF AUGUSTA,
      CLARA J. ADAMS, CLARA JANE, CLEONE, COLLAROY, COLUMBIA, COMET, COMMANDER, COMMODORE PREBLE, CONCORDIA, CONSTELLATION, CONTEST, CONTINENTAL, CORINTHIAN, CORNWALLIS, CORONA, CORONADO, CORONATION, CRICKET, CYRUS CHAMBERLAIN,
      DAISY MATTHEWS, DAISY PUTNAM, DALLAS, DANIEL B. FEARING, DASHAWAY, DAUNTLESS, DAVID S. SIMER, DAWN, DE BRAAK, DELAWARE SUN, DESPATCH, DRUID, E.H. WEAVER, EARNSCLIFFE, EDDIE PIERCE, EDITH B. COOMBS, EDITH, EDMUND, EDNA HARWOOD,
      EDNA M. MacKNIGHT, EDWARD B. WINSLOW, EDWARD J. LAWRENCE, EDWARD PARKE, EFFIE SWEET, EFFORT, ELEANOR A. PERCY, ELECTRIC SPARK, ELIZABETH SWIFT, ELIZABETH, ELLEN FOSTER, EMIDIO, EMILY MORGAN, EMILY T. SHELDON,
      EMMA K. SMALLEY, EMMA, ESSEX, ESTHER WARD, ETHEL MAUD, ETHEL SWIFT, EUGENIE, EVERETT, F.A. WILLEY, FAIRY, FANNY, FAWN, FIDELITY, FLORENCE, FLYING MIST, FORTUNA, FRAM, FRANCIS H. LEGGETT, FRANCIS HATCH, FRANCISCO, FRANCONIA,
      FRANKLIN, FRED AND ELMER, FRED B. TAYLOR, FREDERICKE, FRIENDSHIP, GAY HEAD, GEM OF THE OCEAN, GEM, GENERAL SCOTT, GEO. W. LOOMIS, GEORGE H. SQUIRES, GEORGE HOWLAND, GEORGE M. ADAMS, GEORGE W. WELLS, GEORGE,
      GERTRUDE A. BARTLETT, GIOVANNI, GLOUCESTER, GOV. J.Y. SMITH, GRANDEE , GRANITE STATE, GRAY HOUND, GRECIAN, GRIFFIN, HANALEI, HANNAH F. SHUBERT, HARLECH CASTLE, HATTIE I. PHILLIPS, HAYA MARU, HELEN BARNET GRING, HENRY A. PAULL,
      HENRY B. HYDE, HENRY LIPPETT, HENRY TABOR, HENRY, HESPER, HOME, HUMBOLDT, INDIAN CHIEF, INDIANA HARBOR, INGRID, INTREPID, ISABELLA SECUNDA, ISIS, J.A. HATFIELD, J.D. THOMPSON, J.G. BABCOCK, J.H. EELLS, J.M. MORALES, J.M. RYERSON,
      J.P. WYMAN, J.W. CAMPBELL, JACKDAW, JAMES DRINAN, JANE BURRILL, JANE PALMER, JANE, JASON, JEFFERSON, JINKO MARU, JOB H. JACKSON, JOHN CLIFFORD, JOHN H. McMANUS, JOHN L. MERRILL, JOHN ROMMELL JR., JOHN WADE, JOHN WELLS, JOHN Y. ROBBINS,
      JOSEPH G. STOVER, JULIA A. WHALEN, JULIA S. BAILEY, JULIAN, JUNO, KALINA, KARLUK, KATE HARDING, KATE M. HILTON, KATHERINE DONOVAN, KINGDOM, KOHOLA, L.F. GOULD, L.G. HOWARD, L.P. SNOW, LADY MADISON, LAGUNA, LANIE COBB,
      LAURA BROWN, LAURA ELLEN, LAURA MAY, LAURA PIKE, LAWRENCE, LEONESSA, LEVANTER, LEXINGTON, LIGE HOUGHTON, LILE, LIZZIE SHA, LOCH FINLAS, LOLA, LOOE, LOOKOUT, LOTTIE B., LOURAKIS, MABEL GRAY, MAGGIE A. FISK , MAGGIE AND LILLY,
      MAGGIE MITCHELL, MAGNOLIA, MAJIDI, MANDALAY, MANSON, MARIA, MARIETTA , MARION DRAPER, MARSHALL PERRIN, MARY A. HOOD, MARY ANN, MARY BUHNE , MARY C. AMES, MARY COBB, MARY DOANE, MARY ELIZA, MARY EVANS, MARY F. SLADE,
      MARY RILEY, MARY, MASSACHUSETTS, MAY, MERCED, MERIDA, MERRIMAC, MERTIE B. CROWLEY, MEXICAN, MILBROOK, MILES STANDISH, MILLA BOND, MINERVA, MENDOCINO, MOSE, NANCY, NAPA CITY, NATIONAL EAGLE, NAVY, NELLIE V. ROKES, NELSON,
      NEMAHA, NEPTUNE, NEWSBOY, NIMBLE, NORTH FORK, NORTHERNER, NORWOOD, OCCIDENTAL, OLIVER AMES, OLIVER CROCKER, OMEGA, ONEIDA, ONWARD, ORIOLE, PACIFIC, PAIEA, PALLAS, PAMELA, PANAY, PARAGON, PAULINA, PAUNCHITA, PENOLA,
      PERSEVERENCE, PERSIS HINCKLEY, PET, PETER IREDALE, PETER VON DANZIG, PHANTOM, PIEDMONTE, PLACENTIA, PLYMOUTH ROCK, PORTLAND, POW-WOW, PREUSSEN, PROVIDENCE, QUEEN CHRISTINA, QUINAULT, QUORN, R.F. HART, RACHEL, RAINBOW,
      RALPH M. EATON, RANIER, RAYMOND T. MAULL, REDWOOD, REINDEER, REPORTER, RICHARD K. FOX, RINGLEADER, RIVAL, RIVERSIDE, ROBERT B. SMITH, ROMAN, ROMANOFF, ROSCO, ROYAL GEORGE, RUTH E. MERRILL, S-4, SAINT ISABEL, SAN JACINTO,
      SARAH C. WHORF, SARAH GODFREY, SARAH J. FORT, SEA ADVENTURE, SEA GULL, SEA LION, SEA VENTURE, SELKIRK, SENECA, SEQUOIA, SHARK, SIERRA NEVADA, SINDIA, SINGLETON, SIRIUS, SMUGGLER, SOMERSET, SOOLOO (I), SOOLOO (II),
      SOPHIA JOACHIM, SOPHIE KRANZ, SOTOYOME, SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS, SPARROW-HAWK, SPUD, ST. PAUL, STAR OF FALKLAND, STAR OF POLAND, STARRY FLAGG, STEPHEN BENNETT, STORM KING, SUCCESS, SUSAN OLSON, SUSAN R. STONE,
      SUSAN WARDWELL, SYLVESTER WHALEN, T.H. ALLEN, THOMAS DICKSON, THOMAS W. LAWSON, THRASHER, TIVERTON, TOMAKA, TORONTO, TRANSIT, TRICOLOR, UNION FOREVER, VICKSBURG, VICTORIA, VIKING, W.H. REINHARDT, W.P. O'HARA, WALLA WALLA,
      WANDERING JEW, WASHINGTON, WEEOTT, WELCOME, WERGELAND, WHIDAH, WHITE STAR, WILD WAVE, WILLIAM B. DAISLEY, WILLIAM BOARDMAN, WILLIAM E. BARNES, WILLIAM EMERSON, WILLIAM H. MAILLIER, WILLIAM LAW, WILLIAM ROTCH,
      WILLIAM SMITH, WILLIMANTIC, WILMINGTON, WISCONSIN, WIZARD, WYOMING, YELLOWSTONE, ZULMA

Shipyard and service craft:

    descriptions, plans portfolio, 21:78-87, 180-190, 22:82-91, 173-182, 23:66-76, 24:55-67, 172-183, 25:131-143

Shipyard structures and equipment:

    descriptions, drawings, plans, photos, 25:131-137
    query on Gilbert's floating dry dock, 37:62

SHIRK, US destroyer:

    name explained, 2:90

SHIRLEY, ship:

    historical references, L3:155
    print mentioned, L2:120

Shiverick, David and Asa, shipbuilders:

    see BELLE OF THE WEST

SHOALWATER, paddlewheel steamer:

    historical references, 5:11

Shoesmith, James R., model builder:

    Beetle whaleboat model wins 1985 MM award, 31:46
    model: BOWDOIN

SHOKAKU, Japanese aircraft carrier:

    historical references, 24:84

SHOOTING STAR, clipper ship:

    Crane's chain stoppers, 33:126
    figurehead, 4:65
    historical references, 4:58, 62
    mentioned, 4:115, 192
    wooden capstan, 32:98

SHOOTING STAR, refrigerated cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

Shop Notes:

    see Model ship restoration, Model shipbuilding in bottles, Model shipbuilding materials, Model shipbuilding techniques, Model shipbuilding tools

SHORTAND, British privateer schooner:

    historical references, 37:144

SHOSHONE, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

Shoulders, Bill, model builder:

    models: SWIFT, naval cutter

Shreve, Capt. Henry Miller, designer, engineer:

    steam snag boat HELIOPOLIS, 26:38
    steam snag boats, 26:92, 167

SHUBRICK, US Navy vessel:

    historical references, 9:94

SHUTTLE, commuter yacht:

    mentioned, 39:253

SIAM DUFFEY, US Navy trawler:

    post-WWI sweeping operations, 30:139

SIAM:

    coppering data, 26:148

SIBONEY, ex-ORIENTE, US troop transport:

    historical references, 37:57
    photo, in wartime camouflage colors, 37:46
    WWI conversion, 37:47

SIBYLLE, lateen barque:

    description, historical references, 25:176
    historical references, 25:177, 180, 190

SIBYLLE:

    bone model in NRG registry, 6:28

SICAMONS, paddlewheel steamer:

    model by Claridge in NRG registry, 4:102, 5:28, 6:28

SIDDONS, Dramatic Line packet:

    mentioned, 17:82

SIDNEY, Colonial merchant sloop:

    historical references, 37:134

SIERRA ESTRELIA:

    mentioned, 3:53

SIERRA NEVADA, clipper ship:

    coppering data, 26:147
    query on designer, 37:118

SIERRA NEVADA, schooner:

    wrecked, 9:94

SIERRA PARIMA:

    historical references, 7:53

SIERRA, steam schooner:

    mentioned, 39:126

SIERRAS:

    mentioned, 7:42

Sigel, David, model builder:

    model: LILLIAN RUSSELL

Signal systems:

    query, 5:156, 6:3, 6

SIGURD, bark:

    mentioned, 11:25

SIGYN, Finnish museum ship:

    drydocked for repairs, 19:62
    historical references, 15:95
    photo, 15:99

SILBERHORN, ship:

    model by Adams L2:96

SILENCE, sandbagger:

    mentioned, 34:43

SILVA PASCOAL, Brazilian trading schooner:

    photos, 16:234

Silver Line, British shipping company:

    historical references, 21:36

SILVER SPRAY, ex-USCG cutter CG-413, freight boat:

    historical references, 10:14

SILVER STAR, clipper ship:

    figurehead, 4:65
    historical references, 4:62
    query on designer, 37:118

SILVERFIR, cargo ship:

    mentioned, 21:36

SILVERPINE, cargo ship:

    mentioned, 21:36

SILVERWILLOW, cargo ship: 21:36

    mentioned, 21:36

SIMLA, Great Lakes bulk carrier:

    computer generated lines, perspective views, 37:89
    hull design, 37:87

Simm, Charles, author, model builder:

    speaker at 1993 NRG Conference, 38:135

SIMON HALLEY, British bark:

    historical references, 4:58

Simonds, Walter A., model builder:

    biographical notes, 40:75-76
    DREADNOUGHT, 40:75
    models: ANN McKIM, YOUNG AMERICA
    query subject, 11:93

SIMOON, clipper ship:

    Crane's chain stoppers, 33:126

SIMOON, iron steamer:

    mentioned, 24:135

Simpson, Capt. Josiah, mariner, shipbuilder:

    historical references, L3:160
    see DIANA

Simpson, R.C., designer:

    work on THOMAS W. LAWSON, 38:10

Simpson, Thomas, Continental Navy captain:

    historical references, 3:99

SIMPSON, US destroyer:

    historical references, 37:56

SINBAD, lighter:

    description, 23:76
    mentioned, 24:179
    plans, 23:75

SINDIA, British ship:

    query, 36:226

SINGE, French Navy cat:

    historical references, 26:26

Singer, L.R., model builder:

    model: CONSTITUTION
    obituary, 3:12
    query on plans for HARTFORD, L2:148

Single-screw steering gear:

    comment, patent drawing, 36:17

SINGLETON PALMER, 5-m schooner:

    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:74

SINGLETON, 5-m schooner:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:173-174
    lost in collision, 7:174-175

SIR EDWARD HAWKE, British schooner-of-war:

    dimensions, 7:152
    ivory model construction, photos, 31:120-125
    mentioned, 23:102, 24:3, 8, 25:103, 27:154
    model by Hahn, 19:237, 34:182
    model construction article, 19:13-20
    plans, 21:68

SIR GEORGE POLLOCK, British coolie ship:

    query, 34:226

SIR LANCELOT, clipper ship:

    mentioned, L2:3

SIR ROBERT FERNIE, 4-m bark:

    description, history, 5:76
    figurehead photo, 5:71, 20:80

SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, Aberdeen Line

    listed in company history, 5:17

SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, British training schooner:

    historical references, 15:95, 169
    in school ship race, 18:92
    see Sail Training Association

SIRDAL, ex-AMSTERDAM, steel bark:

    historical references, 18:92

SIRENE, French frigate:

    historical references, 27:188

SIRENE, French ship-of-the-line, 1691:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:192

SIRENIA, ship:

    historical references, 7:90

SIRIUS, ex-BERWICK, British exploration ship:

    on Norfolk Island stamp, 18:171, 172

SIRIUS, Soviet barkentine:

    historical references, 15:96

SIRIUS, steam packet:

    mentioned, 21:198

SISSIE NICHOLS:

    mentioned in ledger at Vineland HS, 3:68

SITA 2, auxiliary schooner yacht:

    mentioned, 4:163

SITKA, steamer:

    mentioned, L3:96

SIX BROTHERS, Salem brig:

    historical references, 8:158

SIX CORPS, French ship-of-the-line:

    dimensions, historical references, 28:64
    in 1777 fleet list, 25:85
    lost 1779, 25:84

Sjohistorika Museet, Stockholm:

    mentioned, 6:85

SKAGIT, snag boat:

    photo, 26:90

Skallerup, Harry R., author:

    comments on review of Books Afloat & Ashore, 21:99
    HMS TEES: From 6th Rate Warship to Floating Church, 22:163-167

SKATE (F-4), US submarine:

    historical references, 7:100
    letter on raising, 7:187
    salvage operation, description, photos, 7:146-149

Skenesborough Museum, Whitehall, NY:

    shipyard diorama, 16:117

Skewes-Cos, Robin W., author:

    research on brig B. MEZICK, 19:191-192

Skiffs:

    Delaware R. sturgeon, model, L2:32
    model construction by Napier, article, 35:160-161
    Newfoundland type-description, 38:43, 38:44
    Newfoundland type-sketch, 38:43
    see CAROLYN

Skillen, John, ship carver:

    historical references, 4:64

Skillen, Simeon, ship carver:

    historical references, 4:64

SKIMMER OF THE SEAS, barkentine:

    billet for Conrad, 2:48

Skipjacks:

    history, description, plan, L1:50-54
    model at Franklin Institute, L2:32
    model construction notes, 29:61-83
    photo, bowsprit of unidentified vessel, 14:41
    photos, unidentified vessels, 14:45
    query on deck gear, 21:97
    query on plans, 20:102,156, 21:, 48, 96, 143
    see A. PHILLIPS, ADDIE BRANFORD, CARRIE PRICE, ETHEL LYDIA, FREDDIE L. BENNETT, GERTRUDE WANDS, JESS WILLARD, JOY PARKS, LOTTIE BELL, MARCUS, MARY W. SOMERS, MESSENGER, MILDRED BENNETT, ROSIE PARKS , WILLIE L. BENNETT
    sketch, photo, sail plan, general rules for sails, spars, 24:7273
    South Jersey oyster dredger, photo of model, 9:53
    structure and rigging tables, 29:66

Skolfield Brothers, Maine shipuilders:

    see GEORGE SKOLFIELD

Slagle, Charles W., IV, author:

    with James A. Kelley, "Genesis of the Maryland Colony," 26:76-82

SLAVA, Russian battleship:

    historical references, 18:255

Slaven, Robert K.:

    query on ship FRED WARREN, 35:108

Slavers:

    model in NRG registry, 6:28
    query on log books, 39:117
    see AMISTAD, ANORINHA, AURORE, BRAZILENSE, CAROLINE, DOS AMIGOS, EMANUELA, FIRME, JONES OF BOSTON, NOVA FORTUNA, ULYSSES, WANDERER

Sliding barrel steering gear:

    description and patent drawings, 36:16

SLIGO:

    mentioned, 7:63

Sling, 15th-17th-century gun:

    description, L1:153

Sloan, G.W., model builder:

    diorama of 18th-Century shipyard at Franklin Institute, L2:31
    models:
      -of GALATIN at Franklin Institute, L2:32
      -of Nantucket light ship at Franklin Institute, L2:31
      -of PERCH at Franklin Institute, L2:33
      -of QUEEN OF THE WEST at Franklin Institute, L2:32

Sloan, John, marine artist:

    painting, The Wake of the Ferry, on US stamp, 20:145

Slocum, B. Aymer, model builder:

    model of SPRAY at PM, L1:140

Slocum, Capt. Joshua, mariner:

    mentioned, L1:117

Sloops, Bermuda:

    model construction by Napier, article, 30:167-184

Sloops:

    Chesapeake Bay/Bermuda type, contemporary drawing, 28:152
    Comet class model at Franklin Institute, L2:32
    drawing of rig, 25:27
    English well boat-description, plans, 24:15-19
    engraving by Baugean, 23:165
    framing plan, small Virginia vessel ca. 1768, 33:156
    Friendship type, model at Franklin Institute, L2:32
    Friendship type, model construction article, 21:38-40
    model at Marinmuseum, Karlskrona, Sweden, photo, 30:170
    painting by Serres, 30:185
    plans, powder boat, 22:176
    prints, Dutch gaffelar, 16:5
    queries:
      -on Friendship type, 24:156, 34:226
      -on Hudson River sloop plans, 14:74, 135
      -on Hudson River vessels, 18:282
    running square sails, 30:187-200
    see
      AGNES, ALBEMARLE, ALBERT BALDWIN, ALBION, ALICE, AMELIA, ARROW, AYESHA, BADGER, BETSEY, BLACK STAR, BLACKTHORNE, Boeier, BUFFALOE, Bermuda, C.F. TRUMBULL, CAESAR, CHICO, CLEARWATER, COLUMBIA, COMING, CONTRACTOR,
      CORSAIR, DARE DEVIL, DART, DESIRE, ECLIPSE, ENTERPRISE, EXPERIMENT, FALLMOUTH, FAMILY TRADER, FERRET, FIRST EFFORT, FLY, FRANKLIN, FRAU MARIC, GJ™A, GLADYS, HAIDEE, HASWELL, Hoogaars, ILLINOIS, INCREASE, INDUSTRY, J.T. LEONARD, Jagts,
      JEFFERSON, Kaag, KURUN, LADY HAMOND, LADY WASHINGTON, LIBERTY, LITTLE MARTHA, LOUISA ANN, LUCY, MAGIC, MAGNOLIA, MALABAR, MAMIE E. ROBINSON, MARBLEHEAD, MARIA, MARIE-JEANNE, MARY L., MAYFLOWER, MEDIATOR, MUSKETTO, NANCY,
      NOMAD, OLIVE E. e OSPREY, PAPOOSE, POLLY, POMONA, PRESIDENT, PROVIDENCE, PURITAN, RACHAEL, RAMONA, RANGER, RICHARD, ROBERT WILTSIE, SACHEM, SALLY, SAMUEL, Sandbaggers, SEAFLOWER, SHADOW, SMILING MOLLY, SPRAY, STATES,
      SWIFT, TERROR, THISTLE, TITANIA, TRI, TRIPPE, TWO SISTERS, UNION, VICTORINE, WELLINGTON, WHITE FEATHER, WILLIAM, YANKEE ADAMS
    Six-meter/model at Franklin Institute, L2:32
    sketch at Roosevelt library, 31:29-30
    sketch of flat used as ferry, 29:138
    Star class model at Franklin Institute, L2:32
    Suicide class model at Franklin Institute, L2:32

Smacks:

    Cooke engraving, 29:1
    Florida fishing fleet, 38:178
    Key West type, 38:179
    on West Germany stamp, 15:126, 127
    print from Hollandsche Shepen by Groenewegen, 21:114
    sectional plan, 29:10
    see EMMA C. BERRY, EMMA L. LOWE, GLIDE, KING GEORGE, MISTY, ROYAL ESCAPE
    smackees-Key West market boats, description, sketch, 38:180-182

Small craft:

    Adirondack guide boat model by Frazer wins 1985 MM award, 31:46
    British Navy boats, list, L1:12-13
    crabbing boat, plans for Virginia type, 14:54
    flat-bottom boat, on French Oceania stamp, 15:34, 35
    Lewis and Clark expedition pirogues-model construction article, 38:68-87
    Notes on 18th-Century Ship's Boats, 26:208-211
    oars, US Navy specifications, plan, 1900, L1:73
    plans:
      -12-1/2-foot flat-bottom skiff, 35:161
      -shipyard float, 22:182
      -shipyard punt, 22:182
    push boats, L1:6
    queries:
      -on aluminum boats, 8:174
      -on Navy boats, L2:68
      -on plans, L2:160
      -on sheathing ships' boats, 4:28, 45
    see
      Adirondack guide-boats, Sandbaggers, Ships' boats, Barco rabelo, Barges, Basket boats, Bateau, Bateaux, Black nancy, Block Island boats, Buoy boats, Cabin cruisers, Cape Cod knockabouts, Catamarans, Catboats,
      Cutters, Dories, Dugouts, Garvey, Gigs, Hampton flattie, John boats, Johnny woodboat, Jolly-boats, Jukung, Kayaks, Kayik, Lakatois, Launches, Longboats, Moses boat, New Haven sharpie,
      Pinnaces, Pirogues, Poon, Pulling boats, Sampans, Scow sloops, Seine boats, Sharpies, Skiffs, Sloops, Smacks, Tenders, Toulinguet boats, Trap boats, Visiting boat, Whaleboats, Whitehall boat, Yawls
    South Jersey oyster fleet, 9:52-53, 55
    taking off lines-description, drawings, photos, 27:195-203

Smalley, Kenneth C., author, model builder:

    answers query on hulk in Detroit River, L3:118
    letter on researching local craft, L3:129
    models: JOAN R. JEFFRIES, JOE LANE, SWALLOW
    wood for ship models, 5:81

Smallman, Franklin W.:

    query on Texas Brigade vessels in Civil War, 36:226

SMILING MOLLY, sloop:

    name on stern, 37:225

Smith & Rhuland, Lunenberg shipbuilders:

    see ARTHUR J. LYNN, E.F. ZWICKER

Smith and Dimon, shipbuilders:

    see clippers RAINBOW, SEA WITCH

Smith and Rhuland, Nova Scotia shipbuilders:

    see MARION ELIZABETH

SMITH K. MARTIN, Chesapeake Bay schooner:

    framing and frame spacing, 38:212
    in study of Bay vessels, 38:211
    scantlings, 38:213

SMITH THOMPSON, US destroyer:

    historical references, 37:56

Smith, A. Cary, yacht, designer:

    see METEOR III, pilot steamer NEW YORK, TRI, YAMPA

Smith, Austin H., author, model builder:

    models: 100-gun ship, AUGUSTA, Chinese junk, Dutch yacht, ROYAL SOVEREIGN, US revenue cutter, Virginia privateer
    shop notes:
      -form tool for moldings, sketch, 4:43
      -on gold leaf, 3:23
      -on seeds as cannon balls, 3:23
      -on simulated nail heads, 3:23
      -on crowfoot, sketch, 4:43

Smith, C. Fox, author:

    excerpt from poem, "Pictures," 18:162

Smith, Charles E., model builder:

    model of FREDERICK BILLINGS at Franklin Institute, L2:32
    model of WINONA at Franklin Institute, L2:32

Smith, Clayton B., Jr., model builder:

    models: CONSTITUTION, CUTTY SARK

Smith, Clifford A., author:

    obituary, 8:13
    photo, 8:12
    Robert Louis Stevenson and the CASCO, 5:37-40

Smith, Frank A., author, model builder:

    answers query on bugeye and skipjack plans, 20:156

Smith, Garland F., author, model builder:

    models: FLYING CLOUD, SEA WITCH
    Pilgrim Shallop II: A Photo Essay, 33:204-209

Smith, George F.:

    query on captains' personal flags, 22:155

Smith, Gilbert, designer, boatbuilder

    biographical notes, 39:217
    Great South Bay catboats, 39:217
    see KITTERY, PAULINE

Smith, Harold, author, model builder:

    queries on GREAT REPUBLIC, 16:255, 18:126, 19:93
    shop note on eyebolt wire, 16:240

Smith, Ho, author, model builder:

    shop notes on splicing model rigging line, 34:46

Smith, Houghton C., Jr., author, model builder:

    shop note on improving the Unimat lathe, 38:130
    shop note on mounting models, 38:196

Smith, Isaac, shipbuilder:

    see HURRICANE

Smith, John, US Navy captain:

    historical references, 8:168, L2:29

Smith, Josiah, North River shipbuilder:

    see BETSEY

Smith, Maurice D., author, museum official:

    speaker at 1992 NRG Conference, 37:127
    speaker at 1993 NRG Conference, 38:135
    The Evolution of the Great Lakes Ship, 37:79-89

Smith, Melbourne, author, artist, model builder:

    comments on Gerr's article on deep-sea trading schooners, 22:45
    drawing of PEGGY STEWART. 19:209
    drawing, SEA WITCH, 26:212
    letter on dangers from dust of tropical timbers, 40:112
    letter on parade ships, 36:48
    model: PEGGY STEWART
    on PRIDE OF BALTIMORE, 29:216
    To See Which is SEA WITCH, 26:55-62
    with Gillmer, "The Colonial Brig PEGGY STEWART," 19:211-221

Smith, Myron J., Jr., author:

    query on merchantman MASSACHUSETTS, ca. 1787, 39:180
    with Addison, "Notes on the Fate of USS CARONDELET," 20:74-78

Smith, Stephen designer, shipbuilder:

    clipper ships RAINBOW, SEA WITCH

SMITH, US destroyer:

    historical references, 24:84

Smith, Xanthus, marine artist:

    painting of CHICKASAW during Battle of Mobile Bay, 20:165

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC:

    aids to ship modelers, 4:95
    Bicentennial exhibits, 21:100
    exhibit from LOOE shipwreck, 5:124
    Hall of American Merchant Shipping opened, 12:151-152
    invites researchers, 11:60
    Marblehead heel tapper model, description, photos, 5:19-21
    models:
      -construction specifications mentioned, 36:6
      -half-models of COMET and YOUNG AMERICA, 5:31, 20:34
      -of SPARROW-HAWK: L1:9
    NRG anniversary exhibit plans, 14:69
    photo files, L1:198
    plans:
      -catalogs, 28:214, 36:45, 155
      -for bugeye, skipjack, 20:102
      -for Canary Islands well smack, 9:47
      -for CARRIE PRICE, 7:128
      -for Hall of American Maritime Enterprise, 19:86
      -for FLYING FISH, schooner, 14:119
      -for MYRTLE COREY, 36:85
      -for RALEIGH, sail, 36:95
    shipwreck exploration, 5:62
    Watercraft Collection, 5:117, L2:61-63

SMUGGLER, Grand Banks schooner:

    designed by Poland, 34:167
    kit mentioned, 29:12
    kit plans revised, 29:7
    mentioned, 29:6, 24, 32:171
    model construction book reviewed, 24:101
    query, 34:50, 167

SMUGGLER, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

SMYRNA, 1825:

    historical references, 3:155

SMYRNA, Aberdeen Line vessel:

    listed in company history, 5:17

Snag boats:

    history, description, drawings, plans, photos, 26:38-42, 83-93, 26:167-176
    see A.H. SEVIER 26:169
    see ARCHIMEDES, BENTON, C.A. CULBERTSON, C.B. REECE, CHARLES H. WEST, ERADICATOR, HELIOPOLIS, HENRY M. SHREVE, HORATIO G. WRIGHT, JOHN N. MACOMB, KALISPELL, MATHLOMA, R.E. DeRUSSY, SKAGIT

SNAP DRAGON, American privateer:

    book subject, 27:3
    historical references, 27:206
    mentioned, 32:164
    registry document, 27:206

SNAP DRAGON, bark:

    description, 34:75
    plans, 34:68

SNOOK, US submarine:

    mentioned, 22:158

SNOW SQUALL, clipper ship:

    mentioned, 2:126
    record passage, 4:170

Snow, Frederick W., model builder:

    biographical notes, 40:76
    model of JAMES MADISON at Addison Gallery, 40:76
    models: CONSTITUTION, DREADNOUGHT, JAMES MADISON. LYNX, WASP
    query subject, 11:93
    with Rogers, model of COLUMBIA at Addison Gallery, 40:76
    with Rogers, model of SAVANNAH at Addison Gallery, 40:76

Snows:

    model at MCNY, L2:94
    see CALEDONIA, FRIENDSHIP, GEN. WAYNE, ONTARIO, PACIFIC TRADER, RUNNYMEDE, SAN FRANCISCO DE PAULA, TOPAZ

SNOWSQUALL, clipper ship:

    mentioned, 31:14
    restoration planned, 19:60

SOBRON:

    mentioned, 4:179

Societies, ship model:

    see Organizations

Society for Nautical Research, London:

    mentioned, 5:112, L2:124
    nautical dictionary, 4:70
    on roster of societies, 16:48

Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce:

    ship model competition, 1759, 33:46

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities:

    source of ship photos, 3:52

Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston:

    chapter of SMMC, 35:214

Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers:

    Transactions, source of steam cutter plans, 35:4

SOCONY NO. 15 and 16, barges:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SOCONY NO. 19, ex-EJRR&T CO. 29, oil barge:

    mentioned, 38:91

SOERABAJA, Dutch cruiser:

    mentioned, 22:42

SOHAR, replica dhow:

    construction details, 40:6-7
    mentioned, 40:9, 13
    photo, beached in India, 40:8
    sail and deck plans, 40:6
    voyage from Oman to China, 40:7-8

SOHIO INTREPID, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SOHIO RESOLUTE, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SOL DUC, Puget Sound steamboat:

    mentioned, 12:18

SOL NAVIS, cargo carrier:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    conversion to troop transport, 38:93

SOLACE, US Navy vessel:

    query, 10:73

SOLANO, schooner:

    historical references, 4:74, 14:64

SOLBAY, British warship:

    historical references, 37:137, 146

SOLDAN:

    coppering data, 26:148

SOLEDAD, Spanish frigate:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

SOLEIL ROYAL, French ship-of-the-line:

    armament, 22:64
    kit mentioned, 28:170
    mentioned, 20:112, 24:49, 25:48
    query on plans, 18:282

SOLITAIRE, French ship-of-the-line, 1772:

    hull lines, 28:190
    in 1777 fleet list, 25:85
    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194
    lost 1782, 25:84

SOLITAIRE, French ship-of-the-line, 1783:

    in fleet list, 25:85

Solms, Frederick J., Jr., model builder:

    model: British 64-gun ship

Solver, Capt. Carl V., author, mariner:

    Pindecompasset (Traverse Sailing Board), 6:81-85

SOLVIG, ketch:

    historical references, 16:153

SOMALI, 4-m bark:

    historical references, 19:60

SOMERS, ex-CATHERINE, US armed schooner:

    historical references, 8:94
    in Perry's Lake Erie fleet, 8:63

SOMERS, US brig-of-war:

    ballast alterations, 3:144
    guns, 3:123
    half-model at MCNY, L2:152
    plans in NRG registry, 6:36
    query on cabin, skylight, 20:156, 21:48

SOMERSET, British warship:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:154
    historical references, 23:58, 25:122

SOMME, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SONATA, yacht:

    mentioned, L3:100

SONJA, 4-m schooner:

    historical references, 16:153
    photo, 16:150
    sinks at Philadelphia mooring, 18:48

SONOMA, ship:

    description, history, 5:76
    figurehead photo, 5:71

SONOMA, steamship:

    mentioned, 4:18

SONORA, bark:

    buried under San Francisco fill, 4:107

SONORA, Spanish launch:

    query, 20:155

Sons and Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen:

    organized in 1939, L1:184

SOOLOO (I), ship:

    wrecked, 34:146

SOOLOO (II), schooner barge, ex-ship:

    wrecked, 34:197

SOOLOO (II), ship:

    history, L3:76
    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:71, 74
    model by Napier wins 1985 MM award, 31:1, 46
    model construction articles, 34:145-152, 191-198, 35:20-27, 64-73
    query, L3:145, 28:212

SOPHIA EMMA, sandbagger:

    mentioned, 34:43

SOPHIA GREENE, brig:

    built at Marietta, OH, 1:85

SOPHIA JANE, paddlewheel steamer:

    Australia's first steamer, 3:138-139

SOPHIA JOACHIM, bark:

    wrecked off Calcutta, L1:145

SOPHIA THORNTON, whaling vessel:

    bilge strakes, 35:129
    historical references, 7:5, 35:124

SOPHIE JOACHIM, bark:

    historical references, 5:47, L3:95

SOPHIE KRANZ, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

SOPHIE, French East Indiaman:

    deck proportions, 30:140

SOPHIE, steam whaler:

    mentioned, 17:172

SOPHIE:

    model by Manning mentioned, 4:145

SOPHOCLES, Aberdeen Line sailing vessel:

    listed in company history, 5:17

SOPHOCLES, steamer:

    historical references, 15:170-:171

SOPHRONIA, schooner:

    in mortar flotilla at New Orleans, 4:148

SORLANDET, Norwegian training ship:

    historical references, 15:95, 15:169
    mentioned, 27:204

Sorlien, Peter, author:

    Not Quite Triplets: Rob Napier's Quest for DANCING FEATHER, 33:171-181

Sorn, Joseph P., author, model builder:

    model: MISSOURI
    shop note, "An Indicator for Lathe Work," 25:148-149

SOTOYOME, schooner:

    wrecked, 9:94

SOUTH AMERICA, packet ship:

    coppering data, 26:148

SOUTH AMERICA, whaling ship:

    capstan, 3:144

SOUTH AMERICAN, Great Lakes passenger steamer:

    query, 34:226

SOUTH AMERICAN, ship, 1876:

    query, 28:212

SOUTH BEND, cargo carrier:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    conversion to troop transport, 38:93

SOUTH CAROLINA, ex-DIAMOND ISLAND, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:92

SOUTH CAROLINA, ex-INDIEN, South Carolina frigate:

    historical references, 22:26, 37:229
    mentioned, 4:149

SOUTH CAROLINA, US revenue cutter:

    historical references, 4:119

SOUTH COAST, steamer:

    missing at sea, 9:94

SOUTH DAKOTA, US battleship:

    historical references, 24:84
    query on photos, 28:212

SOUTH MOUNTAIN, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

South Orange Seaport Society, NJ:

    mentioned, 40:110

South Street Seaport Museum Ship Model Society, NY:

    hosts 1976 NRG conference, 22:156

South Street Seaport Museum, NY:

    1994 Ship and Boat Model Festival, 39:114-115, 40:110
    acquires schooner CAVIARE, 16:42
    book on WAVERTREE, 17:55
    historical references, 4:110
    joins Intersail, 16:257
    mentioned, 17:285, 18:261, 19:179
    pilot yawl replica, 39:168
    plans bicentennial sailing ship gathering, 19:60
    report on WAVERTREE, 17:184
    reports, 15:142, 17:59, 17:284, 19:27, 86-87
    restoration projects, 16:40

Southampton Naval Works, shipbuilders:

    see DALGONAR, 5:76

SOUTHAMPTON, British warship:

    historical references, 27:64

SOUTHAMPTON, US Navy storeship:

    at San Francisco in 1849, 3:77

SOUTHARD, US destroyer:

    historical references, 37:56

SOUTHERN BELLE, ship:

    historical references, 34:151

Southern California Group of NRG:

    first meeting, 5:95
    on roster of societies, 16:48, 22:46
    reports, 5:127, 5:152, 6:12, 6:31, 7:154, 15:39, 86, 137, 16:48, 120, 17:58, 182-183

SOUTHERN CROSS, clipper ship:

    coppering data, 26:148
    model at Seal Rocks exhibit, L1:99
    query, 28:212

Southern Ship Building:

    see JACKSONVILLE

Southern Shipyard Corp., Newport News, VA:

    see lighthouse tender BEECH, USCG cutters CG-180 through CG-189, CG-400 through CG-405

SOUTHERN SUN, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SOUTHERY, US Navy vessel:

    postmark, 19:96

SOUTHGATE, iron ship:

    historical references, 15:95, 17:279, 18:51
    mentioned, 16:40

SOUTHWARK, steamship:

    collision with STEPHEN BENNETT, 9:4

SOUVERAIN, French ship-of-the-line:

    in 1777 and 1983 fleet lists, 25:85

SOVAC ALADDIN, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SOVAC ASTRAL, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SOVAC BRILLIANT, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SOVAC COMET, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SOVAC DAYLIGHT, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SOVAC PEGASUS, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SOVAC RADIANT, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS II, clipper ship:

    hawse pipe, 33:124
    mentioned, 34:168, 39:117

SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS, clipper ship:

    color of bulwarks, 36:202
    contemporary description, 28:19-22
    crew complement, 6:47, 59
    dimensions, 26:42-43
    historical references, 3:104, 7:3, L1:63
    mentioned, 1:49, 3:69, 4:115, 17:31, 34, 20:14, 193, 21:22, 55, 97, 102, 117, 24:21, 25:111, 26:96, 29:114, 40:181
    models:
      -by Brotsos mentioned, 13:106
      -by Ferguson mentioned, 5:101
      -by Flynn in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Frick mentioned, 4:117
      -by Harbin mentioned, 5:110
      -by Huebner, L2:148
      -by Kacsur mentioned, 5:52
      -by MacNeil at H.M. de Young Museum, L3:97
      -by MacNeil in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28, 6:29
      -by MacNeil mentioned, 3:57, 146, L2:122
      -by Parker in NRG registry, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Shank in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28
      -half-model at MCNY, L2:152
      -mentioned, 3:25, 94, 71, 19:192
    mooring fixtures, 28:89
    plans:
      -in NRG registry, 6:16 at PM, 10:70
      -in list, L2:57
      -lines at MM, 4:100
      -lines in Chapelle collection, 5:30, 20:33
      -reconstruction mentioned, 25:102
    query, 24:156
    scrimshaw portrait by Cowan, 34:138
    source of belaying pin plan, 4:131
    TREP analysis, 24:71

SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS, English warship, 1637:

    armament, 22:61
    beakhead bulkhead described, 27:184
    book subject, 11:60
    comments:
      -by McDonald on appearance, 29:87-89
      -by Rose on appearance, 29:49
      -on guns, 11:59
    contemporary description, 28:195-196
    contemporary painting at MFA, 9:101
    critique of model kit, 28:171-176
    engraving by Paine, 28:168
    guns, 10:123-127
    hull timbers, 4:154
    mentioned, 4:133, 17:60, 20:112, 25:49, 27:79, 29:110, 30:102, 31:49, L1:95, 186-188, 191, L2:144, L3:42
    models:
      -at Seal Rocks exhibit, L1:99
      -at SM, photo, 28:169
      -by Culver in Kriegstein collection, photos, 27:82-83
      -by Manning in NRG registry, 3:163, 4:40, 5:28
      -by McDonald, photos, 28:171-176, 6:28
      -kit mentioned, 28:167, 170
      -mentioned, 4:131
    modified drawing of stern, 29:139
    plans:
      -available, 4:82
      -data, 4:139
      -hull lines, 28:169
      -in NRG registry, 6:36
    queries:
      -on Culver model, 4:83, L3:40, 56
      -on rigging, 23:44
      -on Van de Velde painting, 34:166-167
      -8:67
    sketch, typical gun on Culver model, 10:127
    standing rigging sizes, 11:39, 20:57-58

SOVEREIGN, steam yacht:

    historical references, 15:21

Sowinski, Lawrence, author, model builder:

    model: WILKES-BARRE
    speaker at 1976 NRG Conference, 22:155

Spalding, H.S., author, model builder:

    model of VICTORY's figurehead, 17:182
    on modeling VICTORY, 19:203-204
    shop notes on carvings for VICTORY model, 15:179-180, 16:36

Spanish 16-gun brigantine:

    engraving by Berlinguero, 39:109

Spanish 24-gun corvette:

    engraving by Berlinguero, 39:110

Spanish 56-gun warship:

    plate showing rig, 39:111

Spanish 70-gun warship:

    lines, 39:109

Spanish 74-gun warship:

    engraving by Berlinguero, 39:112

Spanos, James A., model builder:

    query on PRINCE DE NEUFCHATEL, 9:112, 164

SPARK OF THE OCEAN, clipper ship:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:173

SPARKENHOE, ship:

    in list, Ontario-built, 21:123

SPARKLING WATER. brig:

    historical references, 6:76

Sparrell, John, Medford shipbuilder:

    construction data, 4:63

SPARROW-HAWK, Colonial vessel:

    description, L1:7-10
    historical references, 4:151
    mentioned, 5:139
    model by Hamilton in NRG registry, 3:71, 144, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28

Spars:

    see Masts and spars

SPARTAN, ship, 1874:

    query, 28:212

SPARTAN, ship:

    query, L3:56

Speak, John V., model builder:

    model: HANCOCK

Speakman, Edward D., model builder:

    query on MARY GALLEY, 37:62
    query on whole molding process of boat building, 35:109

SPEC, opium smuggler:

    mentioned, 30:200

Spectre, Peter H., author:

    obituary of Jay S. Hanna, 39:50-51

Speed, Alan D., model builder:

    query on model rigging line, 21:147

SPEEDWELL, British brig-of-war:

    photos, model by McDonald, 33:97

SPEEDWELL, clipper ship:

    mentioned, 2:126

SPEEDWELL, Colonial vessel:

    mentioned, L2:19

SPEEDY, British Navy cutter:

    mentioned, 19:256, 38:260
    plans, 25:209

SPEGAL GROVE, US landing ship, dock:

    in THOMASTON class, 22:209

Spell, Tim, author:

    Uncle Sam's Toothpullers, 26:38-42

Spencer, Herbert R., author:

    letter on traverse boards and SEA WITCH pin rails, 5:173
    Log Lines and Traverse Boards-A Knotty Problem, 5:132-135

Spencer, Joseph E., educator, collector:

    Chinese junk model collection at Texas A&M University, 40:148

SPENCER, US steam revenue cutter:

    historical references, 4:121

SPHINX, British Navy vessel:

    paddle engine mentioned, 15:4

SPHINX, British warship, 1775:

    query, 36:49

SPHINX, French ship-of-the-line, 1755:

    historical references, 29:210
    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194

SPHINX, French ship-of-the-line, 1776:

    in 1777 and 1783 fleet lists, 25:85
    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194

SPHYNX, French frigate:

    historical references, 18:171

Spicer, William, author, model builder:

    model of CONSTITUTION at Bostonian Society, L1:159
    model of CONSTITUTION at MFA, 37:205, 212
    profile, 5:179-183

SPIDER, British brig-of-war:

    mentioned, 23:215

Spillane, Cornelius F., model builder:

    model of PILGRIM at MCNY, L2:95

SPINAWAY, sandbagger:

    mentioned, 34:43

Spindrift Log, nautical newsletter:

    mentioned, L2:37

SPINDRIFT, clipper ship:

    mentioned, 40:181
    photo, model at London exhibit, 19:88

Spire, Etienne, model builder:

    query on plans for Slocum's SPRAY, 21:48

SPIRIT OF MASSACHUSETTS, replica vessel:

    hull construction, 33:157

SPITFIRE, British armed schooner:

    historical references, 37:145

SPITFIRE, British brig-of-war:

    historical references, 4:124

SPITFIRE, clipper ship:

    coppering data, 26:147
    mentioned, 2:126
    query on designer, 37:117

SPITFIRE, Continental gondola:

    armament, L3:152
    historical references, 3:113, 23:130
    mentioned, 5:128

SPITFIRE, Continental merchant brig:

    prize to FAIR AMERICAN, 31:196, 198

SPITFIRE, ex-SUNCOOK, US monitor:

    name changes, 1869, 18:8

SPOKANE, 4-m schooner:

    record passages, 14:68

Sponge boats:

    dinghies, description, 38:175
    Florida fleet, description, 38:173-175

SPORTSMAN, clipper ship:

    historical references, 2:7
    mentioned, 2:126

SPOTTSYLVANIA, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

Sprague & James, Medford shipbuilders:

    construction data, 4:63
    historical references, 4:50
    see PILGRIM

SPRAGUE, steamer:

    mentioned, 21:53

Spratt, Nelson, author, model builder:

    lines plan, schooner yacht AMERICA, 40:79

SPRAY, cutter:

    plans in NRG registry, 6:16

SPRAY, freighter:

    photos, model by Haynes, 36:71

SPRAY, sloop:

    models:
      -by Ashley at PM, L1:117
      -by Orr mentioned, 4:180, 5:33
      -by Slocum at PM, L1:140
    plans source, 3:70, 18:56
    query on plans, 21:48
    query, 38:186

SPRAY, steam trawler:

    boat-handling equipment, 40:207
    color scheme, 40:172-173
    description, historical references, 39:200-207
    design details, 40:92, 95, 99
    fish hold calculations, 40:213
    fittings and machinery, 40:162-163
    historical references, 38:99, 40:31
    mentioned, 40:32, 33, 40:208
    photos:
      -fore deck looking aft, 40:211
      -list, 40:221
      -trawl winch, 40:162
    plans:
      -machinery, 40:161
      -shell expansion, 40:36
      -sources, 40:219
    plating arrangement, 40:38, 39
    ship's boat, 40:205
    whaleback forecastle, 40:90

SPRAY, topsail schooner:

    record passages, 14:63

SPRENSPORTEN, Swedish frigate, 1768:

    mentioned, 24:104

SPRIGHTLY, British Navy cutter:

    mentioned, 38:260

SPRING HILL, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SPRING:

    paintings at SCI, L1:119

SPRUANCE, US destroyer:

    mentioned, 40:234

SPUD, schooner:

    stranded, 9:94

Spurling, Jack, marine artist:

    query on prints, 5:80

SPY, British Navy brigantine:

    historical references, 39:146

SPY, ex-LITTLE REBEL, paddlewheel steamer:

    historical references, 20:78

SQUANDO, US monitor:

    in class listing, 18:7

SQUID, British schooner:

    ESSEX prize, 9:15

SQUIRREL, British sloop-of-war:

    historical references, 25:17
    plans, 25:18

SR-N6 hovercraft:

    on Great Britain stamp, 17:263, 264

ST. ALBANS, British warship:

    historical references, 23:58, 37:137, 37:138
    mentioned, 37:154

ST. ALBANS, English warship, 1687:

    model by Crabtree mentioned, 5:40
    model mentioned, 32:102

ST. ANDREW GALLEY, Colonial vessel, ca. 1737:

    query, 40:113

ST. ANDREW, New York merchant brig, 1752:

    photos, engraving on glass goblet, 28:151

ST. ANDREW, ship:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:174

ST. ANN, schooner, ca. 1736:

    historical references, 12:150
    mainstay rig, 32:33
    model by Edson at SI mentioned, 12:152, 39:132
    model by McDonald, photo, 26:34

ST. ANTHONY, dragger:

    historical references, 29:21

ST. AUBIN, ex-DON QUIXOTE, clipper ship:

    historical references, 4:59

ST. AURORE, French merchant ship:

    historical references, 37:143

ST. BERNARDS, ship:

    in list, Nova Scotia-built, 21:122

ST. CHARLES, ship:

    historical references, 15:145

ST. CLAIR THERIAULT, tern schooner:

    historical references, 12:20

ST. CLAIR, brig:

    built at Marietta, OH, 1:85, 86, 91

ST. CLAIR, US Civil War gunboat:

    historical references, 20:75

ST. CLOUD, ship:

    in list, Nova Scotia-built, 21:122

ST. DAVID, ship:

    historical references, 15:146, 153
    mentioned, 26:135
    photos, coppering in progress, 26:133-134

ST. ESPRIT, French ship-of-the-line, 1670:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:191

ST. FRANCES, downeaster:

    scrimshaw portrait by Cowan, 34:140

ST. FRANCIS, ship:

    historical references, 15:147, 153
    length, 40:113

ST. GEORGE, English warship:

    bowlines, 29:145
    mentioned, 8:54
    model at USNAM mentioned, 1:133, 11:57, 58, 17:75, 22:209
    rigging drawing mentioned, 40:69

ST. GEORGE, ex-CHARLES, English warship, 1687:

    query, 22:209

ST. GEORGE, steamer:

    figurehead, photo, 18:89

ST. HELENA, British transport:

    historical references, 37:147

St. Helen's Ship Building:

    see CITY OF PORTLAND

ST. IA, bark:

    historical references, 3:104

ST. JAMES, bark:

    historical references, 15:147

ST. JAMES, packet ship:

    data in Darcy Lever's Sheet Anchor, 3:88

ST. JAMES, ship, 1856:

    historical references, 15:145

ST. JEAN-GAETAN, lateen barque:

    description, historical references, 25:176

ST. JOHN, British warship:

    historical references, 34:184

ST. JOHN, ship, 1870:

    historical references, 15:146, 15:153

ST. JOHNS, paddlewheel steamer:

    query, 8:174

ST. KATHERINE, bark:

    historical references, 15:147

St. Landau, Norman:

    query on sail ornamentation, 4:131, 148, 163

ST. LAURENT, French warship:

    in list, Quebec-built, 21:121

ST. LAWRENCE II, Canadian training brigantine:

    historical references, 15:95
    mentioned, 16:40

ST. LAWRENCE, British ship-of-the-line:

    historical references, 37:82
    mentioned, 23:212
    proposal for replica, L3:35

ST. LAWRENCE, US frigate:

    historical references, 9:110-111, 20:139
    mentioned, 27:152

ST. LOUIS (BARON DE KALB), US ironclad gunboat:

    identifying color, 17:235

ST. LOUIS, French ship-of-the-line, 1693:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:192

ST. LOUIS, French ship-of-the-line, 1720:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:193

ST. LOUIS, hulk:

    historical references, 15:96

ST. LOUIS, Miami & Erie canal boat:

    mentioned, 17:288

ST. LOUIS, passenger liner:

    mentioned, L2:57

ST. LOUIS, US ironclad gunboat:

    historical references, 17:162, 163, 231
    mentioned, 17:148
    photo, under construction, 17:150

ST. LOUIS, US sloop-of-war:

    mentioned, 27:152

ST. LOUIS, windjammer:

    historical references, 9:138

ST. LUCIE, ship:

    historical references, 15:146, 15:153

ST. MARK, ship, 1860:

    historical references, 15:145
    mentioned, 39:117

ST. MARK, ship, 1877:

    historical references, 15:146
    length, 40:113

ST. MARYS, New York training ship:

    mentioned, 9:91

ST. MARYS, US sloop-of-war:

    historical references, 6:58, 8:142

ST. MICHAEL, English warship, 1669:

    mentioned, 27:90
    photo, model at NMM, 28:40
    photo, model at SM, 28:148

ST. MICHEL, French ship-of-the-line, 1687:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:192

ST. MICHEL, French ship-of-the-line, 1741:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194

ST. MICHELE, ex-FIER, French ship-of-the-line:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:191

ST. NICHOLAS, packet ship:

    model at MCNY, L2:94

ST. NICHOLAS, ship:

    historical references, 15:146

ST. OS, ship:

    mentioned, 20:213

ST. PAUL, clipper ship:

    figurehead, 20:82
    historical references, 15:146
    in photo list, 5:108
    mentioned, 26:113, L2:150
    model by Manning in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28, L2:160
    photo available, 4:113
    query, 28:212
    wooden bitts, 26:116

ST. PAUL, steamer:

    wrecked, 9:94

ST. PAUL, steamship:

    query, 8:174

ST. ROCH, Canadian exploration vessel:

    book subject, 40:117
    exhibit at Vancouver Maritime Museum, 40:177-178
    history, description, photo, 16:123-124
    Intersail member, 15:193, 17:134
    mentioned, 6:93, 15:140

ST. SEBASTIAN, Spanish xebec:

    historical references, 8:167

ST. STEPHEN, ship:

    historical references, 15:146

ST. THOMAS, scow schooner:

    hull plans, 27:114-115
    mentioned, 27:111, 116, 125, 34:231
    stern angle mentioned, 27:113

ST695, US Army Transport Service tugboat:

    query, 34:226, 35:98

Stackpole, Edouard A., author, museum official:

    letter on whalers, 5:110

STAFFORDSHIRE, clipper ship:

    chain pipes, 35:191
    contemporary comments, 4:91, 20:22
    mentioned, 26:122
    pumps, 33:38
    Reed's steering apparatus, 32:201, 32:202

STAG HOUND, refrigerated cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

STAG, British frigate:

    flared tops, 25:23
    historical references, 23:176

STAG, British naval cutter:

    mentioned, 30:41

STAG, Confederate blockade runner:

    historical references, 16:74

STAGHOUND, clipper ship:

    contemporary comments, 4:91, 20:22-23
    Crane's chain stoppers, 33:126
    launched in 1850, L1:62
    mentioned, 1:43, 49, 19:156, 26:14, 122, 27:146, 40:181
    model by Hill mentioned, 5:175
    model kits, 5:153, 16:249
    Perley's windlass, 33:191
    plans in list, L2:57
    plans in NRG registry, 6:16
    wooden capstan, 32:98

Stainton, Thomas, inventor:

    differential barrel steering system 36:13
    patent drawing of steering gear, 36:14

STALINGRAD, ex-OSTERREICH, river steamer:

    historical references, 15:126

STALWART, ship:

    in list, Nova Scotia-built, 21:122

Stancampiano, John, model builder:

    query on VICTORINE, 21:146

STANDARD, tugboat:

    historical references, 9:42

Stanford, Peter M., author, museum official:

    speaker at 1976 NRG Conference, 22:156

Stange, Klaus K., model builder:

    model: SANTA MARIA

STANLEY M. SEAMAN, 4-m schooner:

    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:75

STANMORE, ex-FORT JUPITER, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

STANMORE:

    mentioned, 7:42

STANTON:

    in South Jersey oyster fleet, 3:133
    query, 3:133

STANVAC MANILA, ex-LA MESA, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:92

STANVAC MELBOURNE (2), ex-COBBLE HILL, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:92

STANVAC MELBOURNE, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

STANVAC PALEMBANG, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

STANVAC SHANGHAI, ex-TURNER'S GAP, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:92

STANVAC SYDNEY, ex-VALVERDE, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:92

STANVAC WELLINGTON, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

STANWELL, ex-FORT CHESWELL, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:92

Staples, C.H., model builder:

    model of PERCH at Franklin Institute, L2:33
    model of PT boat at Franklin Institute, L2:33

Staples, Horace, Maine shipbuilder:

    historical references, 6:77

STAR ALCYONE, ex-MORMACGULL, freighter:

    mentioned, 38:91

STAR ARCTURAS, ex-MORMACHAWK, freighter:

    mentioned, 38:91

STAR BETELGEUSE, ex-MORMACLARK, freighter:

    mentioned, 38:91

STAR DUST, ex-USCG cutter CG-406:

    historical references, 10:13

STAR OF ALASKA, ex-BALCLUTHA, ship:

    description, history, 5:77
    figurehead photo, 5:72
    historical references, 6:61, 7:91-94, 119
    mentioned, 5:84, 6:114, L1:42
    photo under sail, 7:95

STAR OF BENGAL, Alaska Packers ship:

    historical references, 7:91
    MacNeil model mentioned, L2:122

STAR OF CHILE, ex-ESCOCESA, ship:

    mentioned, 7:43

STAR OF EMPIRE, clipper ship:

    coppering data, 26:147
    historical references, 39:226
    mentioned, 26:115, 27:204, 205

STAR OF ENGLAND, ex-ABBY PALMER, steel bark:

    description, history, 5:74
    figurehead photo, 5:71
    historical references, 7:94

STAR OF FALKLAND, ex-ARAPAHOE, Alaska Packers ship:

    historical references, 7:94
    query, 4:178, 5:51

STAR OF FINLAND, ex-KAIULANI, 3-m steel bark:

    Alaska Packers' vessel, L1:41
    historical references, 3:60
    in photo list, 5:108
    mentioned, 6:60, 12:83

STAR OF FRANCE, Alaska Packers ship:

    description, history, 5:73
    figurehead photo, 5:70
    historical references, 7:91, 14:22
    in photo of Oakland HArbor, 36:113
    mentioned, 7:92

STAR OF GREECE:

    historical references, 4:21

STAR OF GREENLAND, ex-HAWAIIAN ISLES, 4-m steel bark:

    excerpts from log, 4:110
    historical references, 7:51
    photo under sail, 9:144
    see ABRAHAM RYDBERG

STAR OF HOLLAND, Alaska Packers ship:

    historical references, 7:94
    mentioned, 7:92

STAR OF HOPE, Aberdeen Line vessel:

    listed in company history, 5:17

STAR OF ICELAND, Alaska Packers ship:

    mentioned, 3:39, 4:21, 7:92

STAR OF INDIA, ex-EUTERPE, 3-m iron bark:

    at San Diego's Balboa Park Museum, 7:121, 9:117
    historical references, 7:91, 15:95
    in photo list, 5:108
    Intersail member, 15:89, 17:136
    mentioned, 5:104, 15:86, 191, 16:123, 17:286, 18:281, 19:47, 48, 27:208
    new sails set, 17:284
    pump mounting, 3:106
    query on figurehead, 27:44
    sail-setting ceremonies, 18:280

STAR OF INDIA, ship:

    in list, New Brunswick-built, 21:122

STAR OF ITALY, Alaska Packers ship:

    historical references, 7:91
    mentioned, 4:21

STAR OF LAPLAND, ex-ATLAS, 4-m steel bark:

    historical references, 9:148
    mentioned, 11:12
    photos, 8:2, 9:135, 136, 143

STAR OF NEW BRUNSWICK, ship:

    in list, New Brunswick-built, 21:122

STAR OF PEACE, Aberdeen Line vessel:

    listed in company history, 5:17

STAR OF PEACE, clipper ship:

    launched in 1858, L1:63

STAR OF PERU, ex-HIMALAYA, ship:

    historical references, 18:260, 261
    mentioned, L1:42

STAR OF POLAND, ex-ACME, 4-m steel bark:

    historical references, 9:46, 57
    mentioned, 11:11
    photo under sail, 9:32

STAR OF RUSSIA, Alaska Packers ship:

    historical references, 7:91, 18:260, 18:261
    mentioned, 5:158, 7:92, L1:42

STAR OF SCOTLAND, ex-KENILWORTH, 4-m bark:

    historical references, 10:72
    model at MCNY, L2:94
    scrimshaw portrait by Cowan, 34:142

STAR OF SHETLAND:

    mentioned, 3:60

STAR OF THE EAST, steamer:

    historical references, 15:151

STAR OF THE SOUTH, ship:

    model at Franklin Institute, L2:32

STAR OF THE UNION, clipper ship:

    figurehead, 4:65
    historical references, 4:58
    query on designer, 37:117

STAR OF THE WEST:

    mentioned in ledger at Vineland HS, 3:68

STAR OF ZEALAND, ex-ASTRAL, 4-m steel bark:

    historical references, 8:81
    mentioned, 3:60
    photo under sail, 8:82

Starace, Nicholas F., II, author, model builder:

    model of DORINE wins 1995 MM award, 40:66
    speaker at 1989 NRG Conference, 34:165

STARLING, cutter/tender:

    historical references, 24:67
    mentioned, 24:64
    plans, 24:63-64

STARR KING, clipper ship:

    coppering data, 26:147
    query on designer, 37:118

STARRY FLAG, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

STARS & STRIPES, racing yacht:

    mentioned, 34:47

STASSFURT, ex-EDINBURGH, ship:

    mentioned, 21:122

STATE OF GEORGIA, US warship:

    historical references, 3:1

STATE OF MAINE, windjammer:

    historical references, 8:74, 14:64

Staten Island Chapter of SMMC:

    historical references, 35:214

Statens Sjohistoriska Museum, Stockholm:

    model making course mentioned, 21:144

STATES, sloop:

    historical references, 3:153

STATESMAN, British steamer:

    historical references, 3:55

STATESMAN:

    coppering data, 26:146

STATSRAAD LEHMKUHL, ex-GROSSHERZOG FRIEDRICH AUGUST, Norwegian training ship:

    historical references, 15:95, 17:282
    in school ship race, 18:92
    mentioned, 19:60
    plans in NRG registry, 6:16

Staubitz, Glenn, author, model builder:

    models: LCT, sub chaser, WWI sub-chaser
    Real Boating, 21:89-90

STAVEUIL, bark:

    at San Francisco in 1849, 3:77

Steam steering engine:

    reference to Wilson-Pirrie type, 36:13

Steam whistles:

    description, drawings, 16:176-178

STEAMBOAT, 1807:

    see CLERMONT, 33:83

Steamship Historical Society of America:

    mentioned, 8:119, L1:74
    status report, 12:39

Steamships, US Navy:

    early development, 4:171

Stearman, John F., engineer:

    sail plan for schooner yacht AMERICA, 40:193

Stebbins, Capt. N.L., marine photographer:

    biographical notes, partial list of ship photos, L3:72-76
    vessel photos:
      -J.S. EMERY, 14:85
      -MAINE, 36:136
      -pilot schooner SYLPH, 39:243
      -HESPER's pilot canoe, 39:69
      -PANAY, 33:1
      -sandbagger CRUISER under sail, 34:36
      -steam trawler BILLOW, 40:216
      -steam trawler BREAKER, 39:207
      -steam trawler SURF tied up at pier, 40:166
      -steam trawler SURF, 40:97
      -FREDONIA, 38:244
      -HESPER, 26:4, 6-7, 38:241-244, 247, 249, 39:25, 65
      -SOOLOO (II), 34:147

Stedder, David, shipbuilder:

    see frigate CONSTELLATION

STEEL SCIENTIST, Isthmian Line ship:

    mentioned, 17:185

Steel, David, author:

    hull plans, 18-gun brig, from Elements of Naval Architecture, 31:136-137
    plans from Naval Architecture, 31:16
    plate showing dolphin striker, 1794, from The Elements and Practice of Rigging and Seamanship, 31:68
    reprints from The Elements and Practice of Rigging and Seamanship , 13:77-91, 124-131
    research source, Elements of Mastmaking, Sailmaking and Rigging, 33:198

Steele, Robert, designer:

    clipper ship ARIEL

Steen, Hendrik Jacobus, Jr.:

    query on clipper ships, 20:102, 155-156

STEENWYKERDIEP, schooner:

    historical references, 16:231

Steering gear:

    plans, steam trawler SURF, 40:169
    Richardson patent type-plans, advertisement, 39:26

Steering paddle:

    model at Franklin Institute, L2:31

Steering quadrant:

    description and sketches, 36:12-13

Steering systems:

    Andrews's patent apparatus, drawing, 32:200
    Delano's rudder brace, 32:205
    ELSIE, 32:134
    Flanders patent gear, 32:141-143
    gun tackle purchase, 32:140-143
    history, sketches, patent drawings, 36:11-17
    Holmes and Springer patent, 32:138, 143
    HOOGLY, clipper ship, 32:142-143
    query, 3:96, 107
    Reed's patent apparatus, 32:200, 201, 203, 204
    Robinson's patent apparatus, 32:199
    Rowse patent gear, 32:141
    see
      Coaxial barrels, Differential barrel, Double screw, Double-drum steering gear, NEW IRONSIDES, OCEAN MONARCH, Quarter rudders,
      Rapson slide, Single screw, Sliding barrel, Steam steering engine, Steering paddle, Steering quadrant, Steering wheel, Tiller, Whipstaff
    wheel and tiller ropes of Spanish warship, plate, 39:112

Steering wheels:

    A.P. Stoddart pattern, plans, 32:135
    Edson wood type, drawing, 39:27
    geared designs, plans, 25:20
    historical note, sketch of tiller rope rigging, 36:11
    model at Franklin Institute, L2:31
    NORTH STAR, 36:14
    OTAGO's wheel, sketch, 2:45
    PORTSMOUTH, photo, 4:103
    query, 8:150, 19:68
    Richardson challenge type, drawing, 32:16

Steers, George, designer, shipbuilder:

    sail plan for AMERICA, 40:192
    see ADRIATIC, AMERICA, ARCTIC, steam frigate NIAGARA, SUNNY SOUTH

Steers, Harry, designer:

    query, L2:81

Steffy, J. Richard, author:

    Nautical Archaeology: Construction Techniques of Ancient Ships, 22:11-17

STEINBECK, ex-DURBRIDGE:

    mentioned, 5:51
    see STAR OF FALKLAND, 4:178

Steinfeldt, Eric:

    query on PRISCILLA ALDEN, 17:188

STELLA LYKES, container ship:

    mentioned, 36:53

STELLA POLARE, Italian training yawl:

    in school ship race, 18:92

Stephen & Sons, Glasgow shipbuilders:

    see OTAGO

STEPHEN BENNETT, 3-m schooner:

    lost in collision with SOUTHWARK, 9:4

STEPHEN D. HORTON, ship:

    in list, Nova Scotia-built, 21:122

STEPHEN G. HART, barkentine:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:174

STEPHEN GUARDINO, ex-AUGUST JOHNSON, lighter:

    mentioned, 27:99

STEPHEN ORE, Maine scow sloop:

    historical references, 2:11

STEPHEN TABOR, schooner:

    description, historical references, 16:67, 148

Stephen, A., Scottish shipbuilder:

    see GALENA

Stephens, William P., author:

    CRUISER, sandbagger, construction drawings, 34:36

Stere, R.C., model builder:

    query on GOVERNOR BUCKINGHAM, 29:217

Sterner, James P., author, model builder:

    shop note on natural finishes, 21:141

Sterns:

    ship's name display, 37:225-226

Stetson, Ebenezer, Colonial shipbuilder:

    see WILLIAM CLIFT

Stetson, John, Colonial shipbuilder:

    historical references, 3:155

Stetson, Jotham, Medford shipbuilder:

    construction data, 4:63
    historical references, 4:50
    see BOUNDING BILLOW

Stetson, Matthew, North River shipbuilder:

    historical references, 3:154

Stetson, Snow, North River shipbuilder:

    see HOPE, PACIFIC

Stevens, John C., steamship pioneer:

    historical reference in Frazer letter, 36:47
    see PHOENIX

Stevens, John R., author, artist, model builder:

    answers queries:
      -CABOT, L3:132
      -on deck planking, 3:121
      -on FAIR AMERICAN, 5:98
      -on old book plates: L3:132
      -on quarter galleries, 3:121
    comments:
      -on old ship model, ca. 1700, 9:6
      -on destruction of IMPLACABLE, 2:10
      -on discovery of LaSalle's GRIFFON, 9:6
      -on GENERAL HUNTER's hawse holes, 4:22
      -on nautical calendar proposal, L3:140
      -on raising JEFFERSON wreck, L3:95
    describes new book, Old Time Ships, L2:144
    Diving Into Nautical Research, L3:35
    H.M. Provincial Marine Schooner GENERAL HUNTER, 1805, 3:125-127
    H.M.S. TECUMSETH, 8:92-98
    model: BOUNTY
    Naval Dockyards on Lake Ontario in the War of 1812-14, L3:17-20
    plans for FAIR AMERICAN, 4:31-32
    plans, frigate ESSEX, 8:165-166, 9:17
    queries:
      -on convict ship SUCCESS, 9:113, 163-164
      -on Great Lakes schooners, L2:148
      -on IMPLACABLE, L2:148, 161
    reviews book, Model van de Oorlogsbrik IRENE, L3:131-132
    reviews book, The Shipwright's Trade, L3:60
    sketches of ESSEX details, 8:154, 162
    sketches of hawse holes, 4:23

Stewart, Charles, US Navy captain:

    historical references, 8:154, 9:22, 16:258, L1:34

Stewart, Robert E., author, model builder:

    shop note, "Scale and Scale Proportions," 16:115-116

Stewart, Robert E., NRG official:

    elected Director-at-Large, 15:138
    resigns as Director, 32:104

STEWART, US destroyer:

    historical references, 37:56

STILLETTO, Grand Banks schooner:

    mentioned, 32:93

STILLWATER, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    historical references, 38:140

Stobart, John, marine artist:

    mentioned, 36:67
    paintings:
      -of CONSTITUTION, 16:65
      -of COMET, 16:129
      -of N.B. PALMER, 16:197
    profile, 16:259

Stocker, Cyrus, inventor:

    query, L2:139

Stockton Yard, Inc., Maine shipbuilders:

    historical references, 6:78

STOCKTON, US destroyer:

    historical references, 37:48

Stoddard, Harry Leroy:

    obituary, 6:35

Stone, George C.:

    query on Mauritius ship models, 36:105

Stone, Susan, author:

    Salt in His Blood and Wood Shavings on the Rug, 18:253-254
    The Gam Chair: Beer Barrels, Boats and Books, 19:62-63

STONEWALL JACKSON, US Navy vessel:

    historical references, 7:149

STONEWALL, Confederate ironclad ram:

    query, 25:41

STORE CHRISTIANUS QUINTUS, Danish warship, 1699:

    mentioned, 15:81

Storer, Alfred, Maine shipbuilder:

    see ALFRED STORER

Storer, William, Maine shipbuilder:

    see ALFRED STORER

STORM BIRD, bark:

    Allyn's capstan, 32:100

STORM KING, clipper ship:

    corresponding ventilators, 38:167
    query on designer, 37:117
    record passages, 14:67

STORM KING, schooner barge:

    wrecked, 34:197

STORM, clipper bark:

    historical references, 36:129

STORM, steel trawler:

    model at SI mentioned, 12:152

STORNOWAY, clipper ship:

    launched in 1850, L1:64

Story, A.D., Essex, MA, shipbuilder:

    see CARRIE E. PHILLIPS, COLUMBIA, ELIZABETH SILSBEE, ELSIE, EVELINA M. GOULART, FRIEND, HESPERUS

Story, David A., Essex, MA, shipbuilder:

    see GRACE L. FEARS

Story, Jacob, designer, shipbuilder:

    photo, 38:99
    see EVELINA M. GOULART

Story, John Prince, Essex, MA, shipbuilder:

    see G.N. SOFFRON, LILLIAN RUSSELL, LOIS T., MAGGIE CANNON, WILLIAM H. RIDER

Story, Lewis H., designer, shipbuilder, model builder:

    carving GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD's nameboards, 29:7
    comments:
      -on building half-models, 29:6
      -on pinkies, L1:162
      -on scrapers, L2:74
    half-model of Chebacco pinky, 29:19, L1:60
    half-model of ELSIE, L1:39
    letters to John M. Minuse with comments by Ronnberg and Bosley, 29:3-24
    models: AMERICA, COLUMBIA, ELSIE, SHEPHERD KING
    obituary, L1:107
    photo, 29:3
    relief carvings-photos, list, 29:14
    scrolls, lettering on COLUMBIA, L2:54
    see JULIE ANN, dragger
    sketches:
      -COLUMBIA's rudder, 29:12
      -description of Chebacco boats, 29:15
      -fishing schooner bulwarks, 29:12
      -pinkies, 29:16

STRAFFORD, British warship:

    plans, 23:92
    spar dimensions, reconstructed, 23:98

STRAFFORDSHIRE, clipper ship:

    mentioned, 4:115

Strange, Richard T., NRG official:

    named NRG Treasurer, 40:234

STRATHDON, 1860, Aberdeen Line vessel:

    listed in company history, 5:17

STRATHDON, 1885, Aberdeen Line vessel:

    listed in company history, 5:17

STROMBOLI, ex-WASSUC, US monitor:

    name changes, 1869, 18:8

STRONG, brig:

    historical references, 15:34

Strong, William J., author, model builder:

    models: BOUNTY, CUTTY SARK, ROGER B. TANEY
    query on first submarine, 5:51, 80

Strugar, Jerry, model builder:

    models: SEA LARK, DILIGENCE, BLUENOSE, BEAR

STRUGGLER, Aberdeen Line vessel:

    listed in company history, 5:17

STUART DOLLAR, freighter:

    historical references, 17:201

Stuart, James, Maine shipbuilder:

    historical references, 5:9

Stubbing, Paul, author, model builder:

    shop note on copper sheathing, 12:150-151

Stubbs, W.P., marine artist:

    query subject, 19:257

Sturtevant, George C., author:

    Scrimshaw, 7:7-10

STYRBJORN, Finnish warship:

    on Finland stamp, 15:80, 83

STYRE, bark:

    historical references, 21:150

SUANICO, ex-HARLEM HEIGHTS, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

Subchasers, US:

    model by Staubitz, 16:38-39, 21:89
    see SC-1055
    see SC-37 through SC-356

SUBMARINE NO. 13, salvage vessel:

    mentioned, 26:176

SUBMARINE NO. 4, salvage vessel:

    mentioned, 26:176

SUBMARINE NO. 7, ex-BENTON, salvage vessel:

    drawing, 26:176
    historical references, 17:147, 163

Submarines, French:

    see NARVAL, PLONGEUR, SURCOUF

Submarines, German:

    mentioned, 22:212
    on Germany stamp, 15:126, 127
    see BISMARCK, U-30, U-45, U-505, U-534, UB-127

Submarines, Polish:

    see ORZEL

Submarines, research:

    see ARCHIMEDE

Submarines, Turkish:

    see PIRI REIS, SAKARYA

Submarines, US:

    query, 5:51, 80
    see
      ADDER, AMERICAN TURTLE, BALAO, BECUNA, BOARFISH, BOWFIN, CAVALLA, FLASHER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, GRAMPUS, HOLLAND VI, MAPIRO, MOCCASIN, NAUTILUS, PERCH, PLUNGER,
      PORPOISE, REDFIN, REDFISH, S-4, SAILFISH, SEADRAGON, SHARK, SKATE, SNOOK, TAMBOR, THRESHER, TURTLE, VIPER

Submersible vehicle:

    see HYDROPHILOS

SUBTILE, barque longue, 1675:

    in list, 27:98

SUBTILE, barque longue, ca. 1700:

    in list, 27:98

SUCCESS, bark:

    wrecked, 9:94

SUCCESS, convict ship:

    query, 9:113, 9:163-164

Sucher, Harry, author, designer:

    pirogue plans from book Simplified Boatbuilding, 38:77

SUFFISANT, French ship-of-the-line:

    built 1782, 25:84
    in 1783 fleet list, 25:85

SUFFOLK:

    colors, 4:64
    head rails, 4:64

SUKEY, British express packet:

    historical references, 5:162-163

SUKEY, Chebacco boat:

    contemporary comment, 29:93

SULIOTE, bark:

    Cape Horn passage, 1:51

Sullivan, Capt. S.C., mariner:

    letter on THOMAS W. LAWSON, L3:145-146
    obituary, 10:119
    query on mast names of THOMAS W. LAWSON, L3:145, 153
    recollections of THOMAS W. LAWSON, 5:61

Sullivan, Edmund B., model builder:

    query on JOHN BERTRAM plans, 19:67
    query on set of ship silhouettes, 19:67, 94

Sullivan, Richard W., model builder:

    diorama model of H.L. HUNLEY wins 1995 MM award, 40:66

SULPHUR QUEEN:

    lost with all hands, 17:176

SULTAN OSMAN I, Turkish battleship:

    historical references, 15:81-82

SULTANA, Colonial schooner:

    description, plans, 5:67
    historical references, 7:107
    masting and rigging notes, 32:30-36
    mentioned, 14:136, 22:215, 27:154, 34:182, 39:196
    models:
      -by Baker wins 1995 MM award, 40:64-66
      -by Hahn, 19:10, 11,13
      -by McCalip, 13:107, 19:176, 32:32
      -by McDonald wins 1985 MM award, 31:46
      -half-hull model by Huebner, 9:115
      -in NRG registry, 6:28
      -ivory model construction, photos, 31:120-125
      -kit, 5:153
    plans in NRG registry, 6:16

SULTANA, paddlewheel steamer:

    historical references, 12:57

SULTANA, river steam packet:

    historical note, 36:38

SULTANA, steam yacht/gunboat:

    historical references, 15:22

SUMATRA, Dutch cruiser:

    mentioned, 22:42

SUMNER M. SMITH, tugboat:

    historical references, 8:74

Sumrall, Robert F., author, museum official, model builder:

    Bone Ship Models, 21:59-64
    query on term "Pompey," 19:67
    query on USCG cutter CALYPSO, 37:182
    speaker at 1973 NRG convention, 20:97
      -at 1982 NRG conference, 28:213
      -at 1991 NRG Conference, 36:46, 104

SUMTER, Confederate raider:

    historical references, 40:119

SUN OIL, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:149

Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company, Chester, PA:

    company logo, 38:88
    drawing, 38,000-ton capacity floating dry dock, 38:147
    history, description, photos, plans, list of ships built, 38:88-97, 140-151
    mentioned, 21:144, 37:44

SUN, French privateer:

    historical references, 23:202

SUN, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:149

SUNBEAM II, British schooner yacht:

    historical references, 15:94, 18:118

SUNBEAM, 3-m schooner:

    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:75
    model by Davis mentioned, L3:156

SUNBEAM, ship:

    historical references, 33:93

SUNBEAM, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:149

SUNBEAM, whaling bark:

    book subject, 29:105
    models:
      -by Ashley at Whaling Museum, L1:115, 140
      -by Churchills described, 4:114
      -by Davis mentioned, 3:43
      -by Hill mentioned, 5:175
    plans:
      -mentioned, 3:22
      -in NRG registry, 6:16
      -sources, 5:98, 7:32, 172, 17:120
    query, 34:166
    stern carving, photo, 6:73

SUNCOOK, US monitor:

    in class listing, 18:7

SUNNY SOUTH, Chesapeake Bay schooner:

    framing and frame spacing, 38:212
    in study of Bay vessels, 38:211
    mentioned, 38:211
    model by Bobbitt wins 1995 MM award, 40:64, 66

SUNNY SOUTH, clipper ship:

    Allyn's capstan, 32:100
    historical references, 16:147
    query, 12:147
    Reed's steering apparatus, 32:202

SUNOCO 260, oil barge:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

SUNOCO JR., oil barge:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SUNOCO NO. 3, ex-TRENTON, oil barge:

    mentioned, 38:91

SUNOCO NO. 4, oil barge:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SUNOCO NO. 50 through 54, barges:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SUNOCO, oil barge:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SUNOCO, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SUNOIL, ex-WAXHAWS, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:92

SUNSHINE, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:149

SUOMEN JOUTSEN, ex-LAENNEC, Finnish training ship:

    historical references, 15:95
    photo, 15:99

SUPER X, oil barge:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SUPERBE, French ship-of-the-line, 1735:

    historical references, 26:26

SUPERBE, French ship-of-the-line, 1760:

    plans listed, 27:76

SUPERBE, French ship-of-the-line:

    in 1783 fleet list, 25:85

SUPERIOR, bark:

    at San Francisco in 1849, 3:77

SUPERIOR, whaling vessel:

    historical references, 7:24

SUPPLE, British armed brig:

    historical references, 37:148

SUPPLY, British exploration vessel:

    hulk depicted in Marquardt painting, 32:206
    mentioned, 23:217
    on Norfolk Island stamp, 18:171, 172

SUPPLY, English merchant vessel, ca. 1619:

    query, 23:89

SURAT CASTLE, East Indiaman:

    engraving, 17:73

SURCOUF, French submarine:

    on St. Pierre et Miquelon stamp, 18:174
    plans, on stamp album page, 18:174

SURF, cutter yacht:

    masthead plans, 16:26
    mentioned, 16:21
    sail plan, 16:25

SURF, steam trawler:

    mentioned, 40:63, 40:191
    model by Ronnberg, 39:193, 195, 40:127
    model construction articles, 39:199-214, 40:31-45, 89-101, 159-173, 205-221

SURIBACHI, US Navy munitions supply ship:

    launched, 7:162

SURPRENANTE, barque longue, 1672:

    in list, 27:98

SURPRENANTE, barque longue, 1689:

    in list, 27:98

SURPRISE, Australian steamer:

    description, history, 3:138, 3:139

SURPRISE, British frigate:

    historical references, 23:182
    mentioned, L2:58
    query, L2:67

SURPRISE, clipper ship:

    launched 1850, L1:62
    lines in Chapelle collection, 5:30, 20:33
    mentioned, 22:67, L2:3, 29
    model at MCNY, L2:95

SURPRISE, ex-TIGRESS, British schooner gunboat:

    historical references, 8:63, 93, 97

SURPRISE, French advice brig:

    in Navy list, 28:17

SURPRISE, refrigerated cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

SURPRIZE, privateer:

    historical references, 31:196

Surridge, Clarence T., model builder:

    models: BAROSSA, CUTTY SARK

SURUGA, cargo steamer:

    model construction article, 25:55-64
    painting by Jacobsen, 25:59

SURVEYOR, US revenue cutter:

    historical references, 4:120

SUSAN CONSTANT, Colonial vessel:

    in painting by Coale, 8:69
    mentioned, 8:58, 20:163, L3:102
    on US stamp, 15:170, 16:42, 43
    query on navigational instruments, 8:149

SUSAN CONSTANT, replica vessel:

    guns-description, photo, plans, 9:64-69
    historical references, 15:96
    mentioned, 9:29, 30, 92
    photo under sail, 9:63
    under construction, 8:68

SUSAN DREW, US troop transport:

    at San Francisco, 1846-47, 3:77, 4:105

SUSAN G. RAYNOR:

    in South Jersey oyster fleet, 3:133
    query, 3:133

SUSAN HOWLAND, clipper ship:

    Reed's steering apparatus, 32:202

SUSAN JANE, bark:

    historical references, 3:156

SUSAN N. SMITH, whaling schooner:

    historical references, 3:154

SUSAN OLSON, ex-WILLAMETTE, steamer:

    foundered, 9:94

SUSAN R. STONE, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

SUSAN V. LUCKENBACH, ex-NEPONSET, cargo ship:

    mentioned, 38:91

SUSAN WARDWELL, schooner:

    wrecked, 9:94

SUSAN:

    mentioned in ledger at Vineland HS, 3:68

SUSANNAH, British victualling vessel:

    historical references, 27:64

SUSANNAH, schooner:

    historical references, 6:105

SUSIE S., sandbagger:

    mentioned, 34:43

SUSIE-E, ex-MARGIE, presidential yacht:

    history, description, 20:128

SUSQUEHANNA, 4-m bark:

    historical references, 5:120-121, 8:76
    mentioned, 9:164, 10:98
    rigging of spanker boom and gaff, 10:131

SUSQUEHANNA, replica ship:

    description, pageant photo, 5:123

SUSQUEHANNA, US steam frigate:

    construction directions, 22:140-145
    historical references, 4:171-172, 5:123, 22:132, L1:134
    on US stamp, 16:42, 43
    query, 22:210, 34:166

SUSSEX, British ship:

    historical references, 15:10

Sutherland, Alexander, model builder:

    model of US revenue cutter at MCNY, L2:95

Sutherland, Mark, author, model builder:

    on the art of ship modeling, 38:52-53

Sutherland, William, author:

    British warship lines, description from Ship-Building Unvail'd, 31:18-19

SUZANNE VINNEN, 5-m steel schooner:

    historical references, photo, 18:92-93

SUZANNE, bark, 1901:

    description, history, 5:74
    figurehead photo, 5:70

SUZANNE, ex-BELLAS, bark, 1875:

    historical references, 5:74

SVEA, steam schooner:

    historical references, 6:79

SVERDLOV, Russian cruiser:

    MEE model mentioned, 8:138

SVERIGE, schooner yacht:

    mentioned, 40:83, 84

Swafford, Jack H., model builder:

    model: GOLDEN HIND
    query on painting, 20:101
    query on VIRGINIA, 20:101

Swaim, Darryl, model builder:

    query on making sails for CONSTITUTION, 19:255

Swaine, Francis, marine artist:

    watercolor of schooner, ca. 1762, 24:165

Swaja, Lewis, model builder:

    query on sea mortars and bomb ketches, 27:44

Swallow Tail line:

    mentioned L1:50

SWALLOW, Baltimore clipper:

    historical references, 3:156
    McCann's plans mentioned, 29:90
    models:
      -at MCNY, L2:95
      -by Carter in NRG registry, 4:30: 40, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Ferguson mentioned, 5:101
      -by Hager in NRG registry, 3:12, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Koehler, 20:113
      -by McCann, 28:212
      -by Smalley in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:29, 6:28
    query on plans, 18:214, 19:67

SWALLOW, British armed brig:

    historical references, 31:196

SWALLOW, British Navy cutter tender:

    photo, model by McCalip, 29:171

SWALLOW, clipper ship:

    query on designer, 37:118

SWALLOW, Colonial schooner, 1756:

    sketch from Bowen, 35:104

SWALLOW, Colonial schooner, 1761:

    mentioned, 35:103
    sketch from Bowen, 35:104, 105

SWALLOW, longboat:

    historical references, 24:66
    mentioned, 24:59
    plans, 24:60

SWALLOW, privateer/slaver:

    historical references, 39:185

SWALLOW, US minesweeper:

    post-WWI sweeping operations, 30:138

SWALLOW, whaling bark:

    coppering mentioned, 26:129, 136
    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:74
    mentioned, 26:130

SWALLOW, whaling vessel:

    hull design, 35:132

SWAN, British sloop-of-war:

    historical references, 34:3, 6

Swan, Robert, author:

    plans for CHOCTAW, 36:121

SWAN, US minesweeper:

    post-WWI sweeping operations, 30:138

SWANHILDA, British ship:

    record passages, 14:64

Swanson, Eric H., author, model builder:

    answers query on PREUSSEN, L2:124
    comment on Cape Horn passages, 1:51
    iron bark GOLDEN GATE, L1:145
    models: GOLDEN GATE, JAMES ROLPH, PREUSSEN
    notes on model of PREUSSEN, 1:10
    obituary, 11:71
    on buntlines in PAMIR photo, L2:110
    queries:
      -on 5-m schooner INCA, L2:26
      -on JOHN ENA, L3:56
      -on LANSING, L2:110
      -on PORTSMOUTH, L2:110
      -on schooner J.M. GOLDMAN, L2:110
    shop notes:
      -on jigs and gadgets, L2:140
      -on shaping sails, L2:24
      -on steam box, L2:139-140
      -on spinning jenny for wire, 3:9

Swanson, John M., author:

    answers query on clump blocks, 18:103

SWATARA, US Navy vessel:

    mentioned, 5:180

SWEDEN:

    coppering data, 26:146

Swedish Museum:

    mentioned, L1:115

Swedish National Maritime Museum, Stockholm:

    book subject, 34:172

SWEEPSTAKES, clipper ship:

    launched in 1853, L1:63
    mentioned, 40:181
    TREP line comparison, 24:70, 30:154

SWEETHEART, sandbagger:

    mentioned, 34:43

SWELL, steam trawler:

    boat-handling equipment, 40:208
    built by Fore River Ship & Engine Company, 39:203
    class plans:
      -of bridge and pilothouse, 40:95
      -of deck, 40:91-92
      -of fish hold, 40:98
    design details for class, 40:92, 94, 95, 99
    dimensions, 39:203
    draft, trim, displacement, 40:214, 215
    drawing, bow and stern name lettering, 40:173
    fish hold calculations, 40:213
    in class list, 39:205
    mentioned, 40:34, 89, 209, 216, 218
    name plate drawing, 40:171
    pilot house, 39:206
    plans:
      -machinery, 40:160
      -outboard profile, 40:89
      -sources, 40:219

Swickley, C.W., model builder:

    model: WASHINGTON

SWIFT, brigantine, 1783:

    body plan, 33:154
    historical references, 15:169
    mentioned, 21:144, 25:42
    model kit planned, 16:121
    query, 14:28

SWIFT, British brig-of-war, 1721:

    model construction article, 33:115-122
    photo, model by Krempien, 33:113

SWIFT, British destroyer:

    model by Armstrong, photos, 16:246

SWIFT, British Navy cutter:

    model by Shoulders mentioned, 17:182
    reference to plans, 10:31

SWIFT, British warship:

    mentioned, 37:139

SWIFT, privateer sloop:

    historical references, 30:206
    model by Costagliola mentioned, 19:87
    model by LeVan in NRG registry, 3:12, 4:40, 5:29, 6:28

SWIFT, schooner yacht/replica:

    historical references, 15:96, 169
    mentioned, 29:16, 17, 32:106
    photo, under sail, 16:237

SWIFT, ship:

    mentioned, 5:99

SWIFTSURE, ship:

    historical references, 4:55

Swivel guns:

    from British ship at Yorktown, photo, 22:27
    see Espingole, Perrier

SWORDFISH, clipper ship:

    description, 34:87
    historical references, 4:88, 89, 170, 5:152, 14:65-67, 20:22, 26
    mast, spar dimensions, 3:72, L3:129
    mentioned, 3:88, 5:17, L1:50
    models:
      -by Boucher mentioned, 8:57
      -by Edgerly in NRG registry, 5:29, 6:28
      -by Robinson in NRG registry, 5:29, 6:28
      -by Wagner mentioned, 7:186
      -coppered by Ronnberg, photo, 26:128
      -kit, 5:153
    plans:
      -34:76-77
      -in list, L2:57
      -in NRG registry, 6:16
    query on house flag, 5:34, 21:48

SYBIL, British warship:

    historical references, 27:64

SYBILE, barque longue:

    in list, 27:98

SYDNEY C. JONES, schooner:

    in mortar flotilla at New Orleans, 4:148

Sydney Museum, Australia:

    mentioned, 3:145

SYLPH, Boston, MA, pilot schooner:

    deck design, 38:239
    historical references, 10:45, L3:36, L3:37
    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:76
    photo, under sail, 39:243

SYLPH, Grand Banks schooner:

    mentioned, 20:157

SYLPH, US Navy brig:

    converted to merchantman, L3:17

SYLPH, US Navy vessel/presidential yacht:

    history, description, photo, 20:122-123

SYLPH, US Navy vessel:

    lost with all hands, 4:133

SYLPHE, French advice brig:

    in Navy list, 28:17

SYLPHIDE, ex-DOVENY HALL, ship:

    description, history, 5:76
    figurehead photo, 5:71

SYLPHIDE, French frigate:

    mentioned, 27:192, 194

SYLVESTER WHALEN, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

Sylvester, Builder, Colonial shipbuilder:

    historical references, 3:152

SYLVIA, sandbagger:

    mentioned, 34:43

Symonds, Capt. T.E., British designer:

    see ATALANTA

Symonds, William, designer, British Navy surveyor:

    see BONETTA, DOLPHIN

Symons, J.W.D., author, museum official:

    Model of HMCS CHILLIWACK, 19:147-155

SYRACUSIA, ancient Egyptian vessel:

    hemp rigging, 7:134, 20:45

SYREN, clipper ship:

    corresponding ventilators, 38:166
    historical references, 4:58

SYREN, US brig-of-war:

    dimensions, fore mast and yard, 35:46
    historical references, 23:204, 34:127, 130
    mentioned, 31:31
    model by Lightley wins 1985 MM award, 31:46
    partial description, 34:128

SYREN, whaling vessel:

    historical references, 7:24

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