Black Hawk:

347 ship citations (29 free) in 89 resources
Black Hawk
Book A Maritime History of Bath, Maine, and the Kennebec River Region
Author William Avery Baker
Published Marine Research Society, Bath, Maine,
ISBN 0937410101
Page Bath 1833
Black Hawk (1854; Calais, Maine)
Book Merchant Sail
Author William Armstrong Fairburn
Published Fairburn Marine Educational Foundation, Inc., Center Lovell, Maine,
Page V: 3593
Black Hawk
Book American Clipper Ships, 1833-1858
Author Octavius T. Howe, M.D., and Frederick C. Matthews
Published Marine Research Society, Salem, Mass.,
ISBN 0486251152
Pages 40-42, 85, 130, 321, 743
Black Hawk
Book Queens of the Western Ocean: The Story of America's Mail and Passenger Sailing Lines
Author Carl C. Cutler
Published United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Md.,
ISBN 0870215310
Pages 326, 385
Black Hawk
Book The Maritime History of Maine: Three Centuries of Shipbuilding & Seafaring
Author William Hutchinson Rowe
Published W.W. Norton & Co., Inc., New York,
Page 179
Black Hawk
Book Naval Campaigns of the Civil War
Author Paul Calore
Published McFarland & Co., Jefferson, NC,
ISBN 0786412178, 9780786412174
Page 178
Black Hawk
Book Stern-wheelers Up Columbia: A Century of Steamboating in the Oregon Country
Author Randall V. Mills
Published California: Pacific Books, Palo Alto, California,
Pages 21, 170
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Black Hawk (1856): deadrise amidship Subscribe to view
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Black Hawk (1856): half poop, length Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (1856): hawse holes Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (1856): immersed area of rudder Subscribe to view
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Black Hawk (1856): rail stanchions, moulded depth Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (1856): siding of apron Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (1856): siding of apron: of keel Subscribe to view
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Black Hawk (1856): wooden traffrail on metal stanchions Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (1857) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (1893, Crisfield) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (1904) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (1908, Hudson, Md.) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (AD 9) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (America; liberty ship; built or delivered in 1943; 7,191 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (America; steam ship; built or delivered in 1919; 4,988 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (American ship) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (American, 7191 tons; sunk by U-boats) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (auxiliary schooner 62') Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (bark; Capt. Howland; noted in directory of 1880) Subscribe to view
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Black Hawk (Brig, 1833) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Brig, 1857) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig, collided with brig Young America, 1855) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Brig; 196 tons; from New Haven, Connecticut; directory of 1855) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Brig; built Ohio City OH, 1854; 384.66 tons; enrollment certificates) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. Busher; noted in directory of 1859) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. Busher; noted in directory of 1861) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. Busher; noted in directory of 1862) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. Busher; noted in directory of 1863) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. Fuller; noted in directory of 1859) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. Fuller; noted in directory of 1861) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. Fuller; noted in directory of 1862) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. McLeod; noted in directory of 1862) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. McLeod; noted in directory of 1863) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. McLeod; noted in directory of 1864) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. McLeod; noted in directory of 1865) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. McLeod; noted in directory of 1866) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. McLeod; noted in directory of 1867) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. McLeod; noted in directory of 1868) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. McLeod; noted in directory of 1869) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. McLeod; noted in directory of 1870) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. McLeod; noted in directory of 1871) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. Putman; noted in directory of 1858) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. Robinson; noted in directory of 1858) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. S. Wass; noted in directory of 1859) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. S. Wass; noted in directory of 1861) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; Capt. Spor; noted in directory of 1864) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (brig; New Haven, Conn[?]) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Brigantine; 1861, New Glasgow PEI) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Brigantine; Canadian; Official Number: 42184, built 1861, New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island, Canada) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Canadian, Pleasure Craft, built 1896; Winnipeg; O.N. 126002) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Canadian; Official Number: 9002315) Subscribe to view
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Black Hawk (clipper ship, Connecticut) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (clipper ship, Massachusetts) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (clipper ship, New York) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (clipper ship; New London, Conn) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Commercial Fishing Vessel; built 1941; 8 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Commercial Fishing Vessel; built 1956; 11 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Commercial Fishing Vessel; built 1979; 14 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Commercial Fishing Vessel; Calabash, NC; built 2000; 38 gross tons; call sign WDC9413) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Digby, Nova Scotia, 1853, Sail; ON: 37206) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (early) Subscribe to view
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Black Hawk (Freight Ship; Miami, FL; built 1965; 179 gross tons; call sign WSN1822; IMO no. 7126487) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (I) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (I) (Built 1896, Buffalo, NY, USA; Name given in 1972; Tugboat, 123 tons) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (II) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (II) (Built 1935, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Name given in 1935; Work Boat) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (III) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (III) (Yacht, sail (training)) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Industrial Vessel; Pensacola, FL; built 1977; 66 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Liberty Ship; built in New Orleans, Louisiana, completed February 1943) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (London, 1872, Sail; ON: 65740) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (lost 1862) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (Lyttelton, Sail; ON: 50988) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (MHC 58) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (of Connecticut)
Book Greyhounds of the Sea: The Story of the American Clipper Ship
Author Carl C. Cutler
Published United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Md.,
ISBN 087021232X, 9780870212321
Page 425
Black Hawk (of Melbourne Master R. Hays 44 tons, from Cooktown to Sydney New South Wales 4 January 1883) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (of Melbourne, R Hayes, Master, 44 tons, from the port of the Solomon Islands to Sydney, New South Wales, 24th June 1882) Subscribe to view
Black Hawk (of Melbourne, W J Clipperton , Master, 44 tons, from the Solomon Isles to Sydney, New South Wales, 28th July, 1879) Subscribe to view