2016 VOL 25-1

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Editorial Note

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Articles

John A. Strong, “Indian Whalers on Long Island, 1669-1746”
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Jenna Wallace Coplin, “Family, Finance, and the Cold Spring Whaling Company, 1836-1862”
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Allison Manfra McGovern, “The Materiality of a ‘Bold Mariner’: Jeremiah Pharaoh’s Home at Indian Fields”
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Francis Turano, “The Papers of William Cooper (1785-1857), Sag Harbor Whale Boat Builder”

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Stephen N. Sanfilippo, “‘I Have Seen the Storm Arise’: Long Island Whalemen’s Lyrical Navigation of Tempests Without and Within”
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Nancy Shoemaker, “The Lee Family and Nineteenth-Century Shinnecock Whaling”
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David Bunn Martine, “Reminiscences of a Shinnecock-Montauk Whaling Family”
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Georgette Grier-Key, “Preservation Update: The Case of the Pyrrhus Concer Homestead”
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Nomi Dayan, “The Whale-Hunt: A Tale in Images”
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Reviews

Shoemaker_NativeAmerWhalemen-bkimage Jennifer L. Anderson on
Nancy Shoemaker, Native American Whalemen and the World: Indigenous Encounters and the Contingency of Race (2015).
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Living With Whales Jennifer L. Anderson on
Nancy Shoemaker, ed., Living With Whales (2014)
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Contributions

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Review of Books

Review of Books

Review of Books Nancy Shoemaker, Native American Whale Men and the World: Indigenous Encounters and the Contingency of Race (Chapel...
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The Whale-Hunt: A Tale in Images

The Whale-Hunt: A Tale in Images

The Whale-Hunt: A Tale in Images
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Reminiscences of a Shinnecock-Montauk Whaling Family

Reminiscences of a Shinnecock-Montauk Whaling Family

My grandmother, Alice Osceola Bunn Martinez, born in 1901, was a keeper of many oral histories. She remembered whaling stories...
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Preservation Update: The Case of the Pyrrhus Concer Homestead

Preservation Update: The Case of the Pyrrhus Concer Homestead

Introduction Archaeologist Steve Mrozowski, Ph.D. acknowledges that Long Island’s history, as in much of the North, seems largely to escape...
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‘I Have Seen the Storm Arise’: Long Island Whalemen’s Lyrical Navigation of Tempests Without and Within

‘I Have Seen the Storm Arise’: Long Island Whalemen’s Lyrical Navigation of Tempests Without and Within

I have seen the Storm arise Like a giant in his wrath.[1] There was no regular mail service between the...
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The Papers of Wiliam Cooper (1785-1857), Sag Harbor Whale Boat Builder

The Papers of Wiliam Cooper (1785-1857), Sag Harbor Whale Boat Builder

William Cooper (1785-1857) was a builder of whaleboats in Sag Harbor Long Island (Figure 1).[1] He was born in Southampton.[2]...
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The Materiality of a “Bold Mariner”: Jeremiah Pharaoh’s Home at Indian Fields

The Materiality of a “Bold Mariner”: Jeremiah Pharaoh’s Home at Indian Fields

“March the 3 I arrived at Montauk in the year of our Lord 1798 on Sat. Night. I was gone...
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Family, Finance, and the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Company, 1836-1862

Located on the north shore of Long Island not 40 miles east of Manhattan, Cold Spring Harbor, at the beginning...
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Indian Whalers on Long Island, 1669-1746

Indian Whalers on Long Island, 1669-1746

Introduction The Long Island Algonquian communities along the south shore were closely attuned to their maritime environment. The coastal wetlands...
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The Lee Family and Nineteenth-Century Shinnecock Whaling

The American whaling industry originated on Long Island in the mid-seventeenth century, and as the historian John Strong has demonstrated...
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