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From 1941 to 2002, The American Neptune was America's premier journal of maritime history and arts. The journal's articles, written with clarity and scholarly substance, are of interest to all who enjoy accounts of ships, the seas, and those who've sailed them - for mercantile gain, their nation's interest, or the love of voyaging and exploration. They cover a wide range of subjects (art and artifacts, people, events), geographical areas (American and international) and time periods (prehistory through modern day) and were written for scholars, professionals and enthusiasts. The journal, founded by a group that included Samuel Eliot Morison and Walter Muir Whitehill, was issued as a quarterly (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall).

 

Please note that there will be a delay uploading the next issue in this collection, Volume IV. No. 4, October 1944. We will resume uploading new issues in mid-November. We appreciate your patience and appreciate your interest in this collection.

 

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