Contents of the International Journal of Maritime History
Volume XXII, Number 2 (December 2010)

Editor-in-Chief's Note / xiii

Contributors / xv

ARTICLES

N.A.M. Rodger, “War as an Economic Activity in the ‘Long’ Eighteenth Century” / 1

Freda Harcourt, “The High Road to India: The P&O Company and the Suez Canal, 1840-1874” / 19

Fabio López Lázaro, “Labour Disputes, Ethnic Quarrels and Early Modern Piracy: A Mixed Hispano-Anglo-Dutch Squadron and the Causes of Captain Every’s 1694 Mutiny” / 73

Christopher P. Magra, “The Fraternity of the Sea: Family, Friendship, and Fishermen in Colonial Massachusetts, 1750-1775” / 113

James Reveley, “Social Capital in Maritime Joint Ventures: The Case of Lyttelton Stevedoring Co., 1977-1989” / 129

David M. Williams and John Armstrong, “Changing Voyage Patterns in the Nineteenth Century: The Impact of the Steamship” / 151

Chris Reid, “Britain’s Most Antiquated Industry: Mr. Tunstall and the Fishing Industry” / 171

Helen Thanopoulou, Ioannis Theotokas and Anastasia Constantellou, “Leading by Following: Innovation and the Postwar Strategies of Greek Shipowners” / 199

Bjørn L. Basberg, “Antarctic Tourism and Maritime Heritage” / 227
 

RESEARCH NOTES

Ruth Mandujano López, “From Sail to Steam: Coastal Mexico and the Reconfiguration of the Pacific in the Nineteenth Century” / 247

E.T. Fox, “Jacobitism and the ‘Golden Age’ of Piracy, 1715-1725” / 277


SOURCE ESSAY

Erik Gøbel, “The Sound Toll Registers Online Project, 1497-1857” / 305


RESEARCH

Milton M.R. Freeman, “Whalers, Researchers, Managers, et al: Institutional Initiatives to Bring Stakeholders Together, 1990-2002” / 325
 

BOOK REVIEWS

Hugh Murphy and Derek J. Oddy, The Mirror of the Seas: A Centenary History of the Society for Nautical Research by Barry Gough / 343

William S. Dudley (guest ed.), Troubled Waters: New Aspects of Maritime and Naval History. The Proceedings of the North American Society for Oceanic History, 1999-2005 by John B. Hattendorf / 345

Lars Scholl (gen. ed.); Erik Hoops, Ursula Feldkamp (eds.), Deutsches Schiffahrtsarchiv 31 (2008): Wissenschaftliches Jahrbuch des Deutschen Schiffahrtsmuseums by Per-Inge Lindqvist / 347

Barry Cunliffe, Europe Between the Oceans: 9000 BC to AD 1000 by Cheryl Ward / 349

Ole Crumlin-Pedersen, Archaeology and the Sea in Scandinavia and Britain: A Personal Account by Ian Friel / 350

Hermann Kulke, K. Kesavapany, Vijay Sakhuja (eds.), Nagapattinam to Suvarnadwipa: Reflections on the Chola Naval Expeditions to Southeast Asia by Michael Pearson / 352

Tan Ta Sen, Cheng Ho and Islam in Southeast Asia by Paul D. Buell / 354

Derek Heng, Sino-Malay Trade and Diplomacy from the Tenth through the Fourteenth Century by John E. Wills, Jr. / 355

Yogesh Sharma (ed.), Coastal Histories: Society and Ecology in Pre-Modern India by João Teles e Cunha / 366

Pius Malekandathil, Maritime India: Trade, Religion and Polity in the Indian Ocean by H.P. Ray / 358

A.R. Disney, The Portuguese in India and Other Studies, 1500-1700 by Sanjay Subrahmanyam / 359

Marlia Mundell Mango (ed.), Byzantine Trade, 4th-12th Centuries: The Archaeology of Local, Regional and International Exchange by Archie W. Dunn / 361

Pamela O. Long, David McGee, and Alan M. Stahl (eds.); Franco Rossi (transcription, Vols. II & III), Alan M. Stahl (translation, Vols. II and III), The Book of Michael of Rhodes: A Fifteenth-Century Maritime Manuscript by Ruthy Gertwagen / 363

Thomas Förster, Große Handelsschiffe des Spätmittelalters: Untersuchungen an zwei Wrackfunden des 14. Jahrhunderts vor der Insel Hiddensee und der Insel Poel by Brad Loewen / 365

Cátia Antunes, Globalisation in the Early Modern Period: The Economic Relationship Between Amsterdam and Lisbon, 1640-1705 by Herman Van der Wee / 367

Susan Flavin and Evan Jones (eds.), Bristol’s Trade with Ireland and the Continent, 1503-1601: The Evidence of the Exchequer Customs Accounts by Pauline Croft / 368

Xabier Lamikiz, Trade and Trust in the Eighteenth Century Atlantic World: Spanish Merchants and Their Overseas Networks by Carla Rahn Phillips / 370

David Hancock, Oceans of Wine: Madeira and the Emergence of American Trade and Taste by Kenneth Morgan / 371

David Eltis and David Richardson (eds.), Extending the Frontiers: Essays on the New Transatlantic Slave Trade Database by James Walvin / 373

Alexander Murdoch, Scotland and America, c. 1600-c.1800 by Eric J. Graham / 375

Robert Gavin, William P. Kelly & Dolores O’Reilly (eds.), Atlantic Gateway: The Port and City of Londonderry Since 1700 by Graeme J. Milne / 376

Cathryn Pearce, Cornish Wrecking, 1700-1860: Reality and Popular Myth by Ian K. Steele / 378

Christopher Harvie, A Floating Commonwealth: Politics, Culture, and Technology on Britain’s Atlantic Coast, 1860-1930 by Rachel Mulhearn  / 379

Michael J. Jarvis, In the Eye of All Trade: Bermuda, Bermudians, and the Maritime Atlantic World, 1680-1783 by Christopher P. Magra / 381

Luisa Piccinno, Un’Impresa fra Terra e Mare: Giacomo Filippo Durazzo e soci a Tabarca (1719-1729) by Salvatore Bottari / 383

Holger Meyer, Horst Wernicke, Maik-Jens Springmann (eds.), Die Lagomar Haffe – The Lagomar Lagoons. Einzigartige maritime Kulturlandschaften im wissenschaftlichen Diskurs und interdisziplinären Vergleich by Norbert Fischer / 384

John Armstrong, The Vital Spark: The British Coastal Trade 1700-1930 by Tony Barrow / 386

Hubert Bonin, History of the Suez Canal Company 1858-2008: Between Controversy and Utility by Adrian Jarvis / 387

Earl E. Brown, Commerce on Early American Waterways: The Transport of Goods by Arks, Rafts and Log Drives by Brian S. Osborne / 389

Philip Hichborn; William H. Thiesen (ed.), Cruise of the ‘Dashing Wave’: Rounding Cape Horn in 1860 by Paul E. Fontenoy / 390

James William Robinson; Michael Nash (ed.), Captain Robinson: The Reminiscences of a Tasmanian Master Mariner. James William Robinson, 1824-1906 by Mark Howard / 391

Wolfgang Steusloff, with Marianne Störmer and Wolfgang Murrmann, Die Jungfernreise der Viermastbark “Padua” 1926/27: Tagebuchaufzeichnungen von Roderich Murrmann, mit Fotografien aus einem Album von Gerhard Störmer, kommentiert von Wolfgang Steusloff by Heide Gerstenberger / 393

John Laurence Busch, Steam Coffin: Captain Moses Rogers and The Steamship Savannah Break the Barrier by William H. Flayhart III / 394

Herbert Karting, Schiffbaumeister Matthew Turner: Zur Geschichte der produktivsten Segelschiffswerft qan der amerkikanischen Westküste und der auf ihr gebauten deutschen Südseeschoner by Michael L. Hadley / 395

Melanie Leonhard, Die Unternehmerfamilie Rickmers 1834-1918: Schiffbau, Schiffahrt, Handel; Jörn Lindner, Schiffahrt und Schiffbau in einer Hand: Die Firmen der Familie Rickmers 1918-2000; Lars U. Scholl, 175 Jahre Rickmers: Eine Familien- und Firmengeschichte by Yrjö Kaukiainen / 396

Ulrike Lange-Basman, Dreimastschoner und Dampfbarkassen: Die Hamburger Werft J.H.N. Wichhorst in der Zeit des Übergangs vom Holzschiffbau auf den Eisen- und Stahlschiffbau by Timm Weski / 399

Eckhard Schinkel and Lars U. Scholl (eds.), Rudolph Haack (1833-1909): Industrie-Pionier unter drei Kaisern by Olaf Mertelsmann / 400

Lars U. Scholl, Alexander Calvelli: Werften, Schiffe, Häffen by Gerard Curtis / 401

S[tanley]G. Sturmey, British Shipping and World Competition by Alan G. Jamieson / 403

William Kane (comp.), Truly “Clyde Built”: The Scott Family Enterprise by David A. Walker / 404

Ioannis Theotakas and Gelina Harlaftis; Alexander Dournas (trans.), Leadership in World Shipping: Greek Family Firms in International Business by Trygve Gulbrandsen / 406

Thomas Taro Lennerfors, Stockholmsrederierna: Ägandet och nätverkens betydelse för tanksjöfartens utveckling I Stockholm 1980-2000 by Stig Tenold / 408

Sabine Go, Marine Insurance in the Netherlands, 1600-1870. A Comparative Institutional Approach by Kim Todt / 409

Georgios I. Zekos, International Commercial and Marine Arbitration by Renato Nazzini / 411

Tony Cope, On the Swing Shift: Building Liberty Ships in Savannah by Morgiana P. Halley / 412

James T. Fisher, On the Irish Waterfront: The Crusader, the Movie, and the Soul of the Port of New York by Joseph A. McCartin / 413

Micah S. Muscolino, Fishing Wars and Environmental Change in Late Imperial and Modern China by Henry Chen / 415

Dean L.Y. Bavington, Managed Annihilation: An Unnatural History of the Newfoundland Cod Collapse by Tracy Yandle / 416

C. Ian Jackson (ed.), The Arctic Whaling Journals of William Scoresby the Younger. Volume III: The Voyages of 1817, 1818 and 1820 by Louwrens Hacquebord / 417

Wilfred Grenfell; Marianne Stenbaek (intro.), Vikings of To-day; or Life and Medical Work among the Fishermen of Labrador by Ronald Rompkey / 419

Myron Echenberg, Plague Ports: The Global Urban Impact of Bubonic Plague, 1894-1901 by James Reveley / 420

Stephen D. Behrendt, A.J.H. Latham, and David Northrup, The Diary of Antera Duke, an Eighteenth-Century African Slave Trader by Trevor Burnard / 421

Donald L. Canney, Africa Squadron: The U.S. Navy and the Slave Trade, 1842-1861 by Christine F. Hughes / 423

Carl Naylor, The Day the Johnboat Went Up the Mountain: Stories from My Twenty Years in South Carolina Maritime Archaeology by James P. Delgado / 424

Kirsten A. Seaver, The Last Vikings: The Epic Story of the Great Norse Voyagers by Alan G. Macpherson / 426

James Delbourgo and Nicholas Dew (eds.), Science and Empire in the Atlantic World by Jordan Kellman / 427

John Robson, Captain Cook’s War & Peace: The Royal Navy Years 1755-1768 by Victor Suthren / 429

Ann Savours, Sophie Forgan, Glyn Williams et al., Northward Ho! A Voyage Towards the North Pole 1773. Catalogue to the Exhibition at the Captain Cook Memorial Museum by Anne Morton / 431

James Morrison; Donald A. Maxton (ed. & intro.), After the Bounty: A Sailor’s Account of the Mutiny and Life in the South Seas by Glyn Williams / 432

Dan Sprod (ed.), Van Diemen’s Land Revealed: Flinders and Bass and Their Circumnavigation of the Island in the Colonial Sloop Norfolk 1798-1799 by Henry J. Steward / 433

Elena Govor, Twelve Days at Nuku Hiva: Russian Encounters and Mutiny in the South Pacific by Robin Inglis / 435

Jennifer Newell, Trading Nature: Tahitians, Europeans, and Ecological Exchange by Miriam Kahn / 437

Eric L. Mills, The Fluid Envelope of Our Planet: How the Study of Ocean Currents Became a Science by Colin Summerhayes / 438

Gregory P. Gilbert, Ancient Egyptian Sea Power and the Origin of Maritime Forces by R. Scott Moore / 441

Jeremy Black, Naval Power: A History of Warfare and the Sea From 1500 by Cheryl Fury / 443

Jan Glete, Swedish Naval Administration, 1521-1721: Resource Flows and Organisational Capabilities by James Pritchard / 444

Guido Candiani, I Vascelli della Serenissima: Guerra, politica e costuzioni navali a Venezia in età moderna, 1650-1720 by Maria Fusaro / 445

Samuel Pepys; J.D. Davies (intro.), Memoires of the Royal Navy, 1690 by John C. Appleby / 447

John Treadrea and Eduard Sozaev, Russian Warships in the Age of Sail, 1696-1860 by John McKay / 448

Jean Choate (ed.), At Sea Under Impressment: Accounts of Involuntary Service Aboard Navy and Pirate Vessels, 1700-1820 by Keith Mercer / 450

Stephen S. Cohen, Commodore Abraham Whipple of the Continental Navy: Privateer, Patriot, Pioneer by Amy Mitchell-Cook / 451

Roy R. Manstan and Frederic J. Frese, Turtle: David Bushnell’s Revolutionary Vessel by John Townley / 452

Roger Knight and Martin Wilcox, Sustaining the Fleet, 1793-1815: War, the British Navy and the Contractor State and Janet Macdonald, The British Navy’s Victualling Board, 1793-1815: Management Competence and Incompetence by Roger Morriss / 454

Sue Parrill, Nelson’s Navy in Fiction and Film: Depictions of British Sea Power in the Napoleonic Era by Paul Webb / 456

Mark C. Hunter, A Society of Gentlemen: Midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy, 1845-1861 by Christopher McKee / 458

C. Douglas Kroll, “Friends in Peace and War”: The Russian Navy’s Landmark Visit to Civil War San Francisco by B.R. Burg / 459

Norman Friedman, Naval Firepower: Battleship Guns and Gunnery in the Dreadnought Era by Nicholas Tracy / 460

Evelyn M. Cherpak (ed.), Three Splendid Little Wars: The Diary of Joseph K. Taussig 1898-1901 by Frederick S. Harrod / 462

Henry J. Hendrix, Theodore Roosevelt’s Naval Diplomacy: The U.S. Navy and the Birth of the American Century by James C. Bradford / 463

Duncan Redford, The Submarine: A Cultural History from the Great War to Nuclear Combat by Doug McLean / 464

Michael Simpson (ed.), Anglo-American Naval Relations, 1919-1939 by Malcolm H. Murfett / 466

Barry Gough, Historical Dreadnoughts: Marder and Roskill: Writing and Fighting Naval History by Andrew D. Lambert / 468

Robert F. Cross, Shepherds of the Sea: Destroyer Escorts in World War II by Craig C. Felker / 469

William F. Althoff, Forgotten Weapon: U.S. Navy Airships and the U-Boat War by Roger Sarty / 470

John Wukovits, Admiral ‘Bull’ Halsey: The Life and Wars of the Navy’s Most Controversial Commander by Kenneth P. Hansen / 472

Ian Pfennigwerth, The Royal Australian Navy and MacArthur by Mark R. Condeno / 474

Brian Adams, HMAS Leeuwin: The Story of the RAN’s Junior Recruits by Kathryn Spurling / 475

Natalie Klein, Joanna Mossop, Donald R. Rothwell (eds.), Maritime Security: International Law and Policy Perspectives from Australia and New Zealand by Andrew Forbes / 476

Martin N. Murphy, Small Boats, Weak States, Dirty Money: Piracy and Maritime Terrorism in the Modern World by Raymond Snook / 478

John Kleinen and Manon Osseweijer (eds.), Pirates, Ports, and Coasts in Asia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives by Lance Nolde / 479


SUMMARIES / ZUSAMMENFASSUNGEN / RESUMIDAS / PRÉCIS / 483

Updated: March 15,  2011