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The History, Administration & Organization of the U.S. Coast Guard and its Predecessor Agencies

A Historical Bibliography


Table of Contents

A)  U.S. Coast Guard (and any combined-service studies)

B)  U.S. Revenue Marine / Cutter Service

C)  U.S. Coast Guard Reserve / Women's Reserve

D) U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary

E) U.S. Life-Saving Service

F) U.S. Lighthouse Board, Lighthouse Establishment & Lighthouse Service

G) Steamboat Inspection Service / Bureau of Navigation / Bureau of Navigation and Steamboat Inspection / Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation

H)  Public Health Service, Other Customs Services, General Histories & Misc


Coast Guard & Combined Studies

Articles:

"Activities of the Coast Guard During 1941." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 28 (Oct 1941), pp. 219-221; I, 29 (Nov 1941), pp. 232-233.

"Annual Report for 1928." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1929), pp. 41-42.

Arbogast, Kenn. "The Next 200 [ Years ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 1990), p. 18.

Bennett, Robert F. "The Origins of the Coast Guard's Operational Shore Structure." The Bulletin (May/June 1981), pp. 35-39.

Bigelow, Paul W. "Since 1790." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1936), pp. 3, 16-17.

Bland, Schuyler O. "Transfer of Functions of the Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation to the Coast Guard: Speech of Hon. Schulyer Otis Bland of Virginia in the House of Representatives, Friday June 28, 1946." Proceedings of the Merchant Marine Council 3 (Sep 1946), pp. 137-138.

Boatman, W. "1980-1989: It was the Best of Times-It was the Worst of Times..." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 1990), pp. 1-11.

Bowen, William. "A Modest Proposal for Change [ Organization ]." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1975), pp. 50-55.

Bradley, L.D. "Time For Evaluation." The Bulletin (Sep 1946), pp. 143-147.

Brown, R. Wilson. "Old Man River's Domain...Second Coast Guard District." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1949), pp. 28-31.

________. "Rugged is the Word, the Story of the Twelfth District." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1949), pp. 8-12.

Browning, Robert M., Jr. "Great Moments in Coast Guard History." Commandant's Bulletin (June 1989), p. 39.

________. "Great Moments in Coast Guard History." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1989), p. 28.

________. "Great Moments in Coast Guard History." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1990), p. 21.

________. "Two Hundred Years of Service." Commandant's Bulletin (July 1989), 16 pp. insert.

Bruce, John H. "Of Past Roles and Missions." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1983), pp. 36-37.

Castagnera, James O. "Lifesaving: 1934 Style." Inland Seas: The Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society XXVII (Fall 1971), pp. 212-214.

"The Coast Guard." The Nation 108 (Jan 11 1919), pp. 38-39.

"Coast Guard Appropriation Hearing." The Coast Patrol I, No. 2 (Jan 1933), pp. 25-32.

"Coast Guard District Offices Realigned." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 44 (June 1987), pp. 139-141.

"Coast Guard Establishes Recreational Boating Division." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1964), p. 86.

"Coast Guard Intelligence Looking For a Few Good Men and Women." Commandant's Bulletin (June 10 1983), p. 34.

"Coast Guard Investigative Service." Coast Guard (Dec 1996), pp. 24-25.

"Coast Guard News." The Bulletin , 1939- [Monthly column].

"The Coast Guard to the Rescue." Popular Mechanics 62, No. 1 (July 1934), pp. 56-58, 120A.

"Coast Guard Role in DOT." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 13 1970), p. 4, Suppl. No. 1.

"Coast Guard’s Heroic Service." The Pathfinder (Sep 8 1928), p. 16.

"Coast Guard to Operate Under ‘Coherent’ Law First Time in History." Coast Guard Bulletin V, 3 (Sep 1949), pp. 177-179.

"Commandant of the Coast Guard Made Vice Admiral and Responsibilities Increased." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 34 (Apr 1942), pp. 267-268.

Cooney, Bud.  "'Pounding Brass': An Account of Coast Guard Radio Watchstanding During the Early 1950s." Wreck & Rescue 7, No. 2 (Aug 2004), pp. 20-22.

Cooper, Willard. "Always at War." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1928), pp. 3-4, 6, 8.

"Cost of the Coast Guard in 1916." Coast Guard Bulletin III, 1 (July 1945), p. 9.

Crawford, Remsen. "Three Men From Maryland." Outlook 143 (August 4, 1926), pp. 469-471.

Crozier, J.H. "A Plea for a Medical Corps." Journal of the United States Revenue Cutter Association I, No. 1 (June 1914), pp. 30-32.

Davis, Margaret. "The Carolina Banks, the Mother of Men." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1932), pp. 46-51.

Deming, T. E. "The 'C-Cubed' Chronicle." Commandant's Bulletin #9-82 (Mar 29 1982), p. 22.

Evans, Stephen H. "The U.S. Coast Guard in War and Peace [1915-1948]." Naval Institute Proceedings (Dec 1948), pp. 1545-1556.

Fitzgerald, Carmond C., & George L. Mehaffy. "One Coast Guard." Naval Institute Proceedings 119 (Dec 1993), pp. 30-32.

Gerken, Arthur E.  "The Last Lieutenant: Commanding Base Key West, Florida in the Early 1960's."  The Bulletin (Apr 2001), pp. 18-22.

Gerred, Janice H. "Vermilion: A Lake Superior Ghost Town." Inland Seas: Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society XXX (Spring, 1974), pp. 48-49.

Gilbert, M.E. "Realignment 1987: The New Structure and How We Got There." Commandant's Bulletin (June 26 1987), pp. 34-40.

________. "Restructuring Coast Guard Headquarters." The Bulletin (Feb-Mar 1988), pp. 8-14.

Grimes, Wendi C. "Comprehensive Perimeter Security: Merging the Border Patrol and the Coast Guard." Joint Center for Operational Analysis and Lessons Learned (JCOA-LL) Bulletin Vol. VII, No. 1 (Dec 2004), pp. 69-74.

Hallberg, Clancey R. "Some Reflections on the Origin of the Species." The Bulletin (May/June 1976), pp. 38-41.

Hamilton, Mitchell. "The U.S. Coast Guard's Smallest District," Coast Guard Magazine 5 (June 1932), pp. 12-14.

Hamlet, Harry. "Coast Guard Under Reorganization." The Coast Patrol I, No. 2 (Jan 1933), pp. 35-37.

Heimer, R. C. "'Your Coast Guard!' A Word to All Hands: A Service of Proud Tradition, Heroic Service and Excellent Possibilities." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1928), p. 39.

Herrou, Christian. "U.S. Coast Guard." Maritime Life and Traditions No. 1 (Summer 1998), pp. 2-13.

Hessman, James D. and Vincent C. Thomas. "The Bright Slash of Victory: Today's U.S. Coast Guard, Buffeted but Unbowed." Sea Power 20 (Aug 1986), pp. 8-24.

"History: A Look at Ourselves Ten Years Ago and Beyond." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 11 1983), pp. 11-12; (Dec 9 1983), pp. 12-13; (Jan 6 1984), pp. 14-15; (Feb 3 1984), pp. 10-12; (Feb 17 1984), pp. 12-13; (Mar 16 1984), p. 12; (Apr 13 1980), pp. 12-13; (May 25 1984), pp. 12-13; (June 22 1984), pp. 10-11; (July 20 1984), pp. 8-9.

"Inaugural Parade [ Herbert Hoover's Inauguration ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1929), p. 15.

Jacobs, W.V.E. "The Relation of Inland Waterways to the Saving of Life and Property." Journal of the United States Revenue Cutter Association I, No. 1 (June 1914), pp. 3-7.

Kime, Patricia.  "[ ADM Thomas H. ] Collins Shakes up Command Chain With Six New Sectors in 2004." Sea Power 47, No. 7 (Apr 2004), p. 22.

Kloster, Joan. "The United States Coast Guard." Anchor News 19, No. 2 (Mar/Apr 1988), pp. 24-28.

Kolb, Richard K.  "'In Peril Upon the Seas:' 'Surf Soldiers' Make the Ultimate Sacrifice; Over a Century-and-a-half, the U.S. Coast Guard Saved the Lives of Thousands of Seafarers, But Few Americans Are Aware of the 'Coasties' Who Themselves Died in Doing So During Peace and War."  VFW: Veterans of Foreign Wars 87, No. 11 (Aug 2000), pp. 26-28, 30.

Kroll, C. Douglas.  "Coast Guard Heroes: 'Not So Much Forgotten As Ignored'  --  A Commentary."  The Bulletin (Feb 2001), pp. 4-6.

"Lighthouse Difficulties [ after 1939 merger ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1939), p. 17.

Lincoln, F.B. "Coos Bay Surf A Standing Challenge." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1932), pp. 38-39.

Loy, James M.  "Coast Guard: Changing Course."  Retired Officer LVIII, No. 1 (Jan 2002), pp. 52-60.

________.  "The Coast Guard is Maritime Security."  Naval Institute Proceedings 124 (Dec 1998), pp. 26-29.

________.  "Shaping America's Joint Maritime Forces: The Coast Guard in the 21st Century." JFQ No. 18 (Spring 1998), pp. 9-16.

Macy, Robert H. "Consolidation of the Lighthouse Service with the Coast Guard." Naval Institute Proceedings 66 (Jan 1940), pp. [*****]

McAllister, C.A. "The United States Coast Guard and Its Functions." In Proceedings of the Second Pan American Scientific Congress: Session I of Subsection 5, 82-96, 1915-1916.

McCain, John W., Jr. "The Beach Patrol and a Great Tradition." Naval Institute Proceedings 70 (Sep 1944), pp. 1123-1127.

Moreth, Ed. "Old Salt: Oiler Recalls Days on Board the Lighthouse Tender Fern." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 1991), pp. 16-17.

Murphy, John F. "The 'Heart and Soul' of Coast Guard History." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1966), pp. 352-356.

Naples, Donald A. "Justice for the Coast Guard! [Transfer to Department of Justice]." Naval Institute Proceedings (July 1987), pp. 84-89.

"Navy/Coast Guard [ NAVGARD ] Board Created." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 22, 1980), p. 4.

"New Coast Guard Districts." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 1 (July 1939), pp. 2-3.

"New District Alignment." Commandant's Bulletin 8-87 (Apr 10 1987), pp. 2-3.

"New Marine Inspection Functions Brought to Coast Guard as a Result of Consolidation." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 36 (June 1942), pp. 289-291.

"New Titles for Coast Guard Districts." Proceedings of the Merchant Marine Council 3 (Apr 1946), p. 54.

"News From Headquarters." The Bulletin , 1939- [Published monthly].

Newton, Byron R. "On From Sails to Aircraft, Via Steam." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1933), pp. 16, 18.

Nichols, Frank. "Fifth District, Pioneer Life Saver." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1932), pp. 11-12.

Noble, Dennis L. "The Coast Guard in the Great Lakes." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 46 (May 1989), pp. 47-56.

________.  "The U.S. Coast Guard on the Great Lakes: Guardians of the Eighth Sea."  Mariners Weather Log Vol. 35, No. 4 (Fall 1991), pp. 24-29.

Odom, Curtis B. "Let's Transfer the Coast Guard to the Department of _____: A History of Proposed Moves." The Bulletin (Mar/Apr 1983), pp. 25-29.

O'Neill, Frank L. "Some Jobs Well Done." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1931), pp. 6-11.

O'Neill, Merlin. "Admiral O'Neill's History of the Coast Guard." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1956), pp. 20-21, 56.

"151 Year's Service is Coast Guard Record." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1941), pp. 24-25.

Paul, George F. "Sentries of the Sea." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1931), pp. 8-10.

Peters, Clifford. "Guardians of the Sea." Modern Mechanics 19 (Jan 1938), pp. 48-50, 149, 153.

"Policemen of the Sea." Harper’s New Monthly Magazine XXXVIII (Mar 1869), pp. 433-448.

Powers, Paul. "Celebrating 200 Years of Service to a Nation." Commandant's Bulletin (July 1989), pp. 4-6.

________. "Proposed District/Area Mergers." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 1995), p. 9.

________. "Proposed Headquarters Structure." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 1995), pp. 8-9.

Pruitt, Victoria W. "The Little Island By the Sea." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1932), pp. 8, 36-38.

"Queer Things That a Coast Guard Has To Do: He is a General Emergency Man For the Relief of All Kinds of Trouble Along the Shore."  The Mentor  13, No. 6 (July 1925), p. 18.

"Recent Happenings in Congress Affecting the Coast Guard." The Bulletin (June 1941), pp. 67-68.

"Reorganization Demands Loyal Support." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1933), p. 10.

"Review of Assistance Reports." The Coast Patrol I, No. 2 (Jan 1933), pp. 43-44.

"The Rhyme and Reason of Coast Guard Mailing Addresses." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 39 (June 1982), pp. 180-183.

Riley, John P., Jr.  "The Earhart Tragedy: Old Mystery, New Hypothesis."  Naval History (Aug 2000), pp. 20-29. [ Role of Itasca ]

Roosevelt, Franklin D. "B.M.I. Transferred to Coast Guard." Marine Age (Mar 1942), pp. 24-26.

Scheina, Robert L. "Coast Guard History." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 4, 1985), pp. 11-34.

________. "Die U.S. Coast Guard, 1939-1979 [T he U.S. Coast Guard, 1939-1979 ]" Marine Rundschau [West Germany] 76 (1979), pp. 423-437.

________. "Origins of the United States Coast Guard." Surveyor XIII, no. 1 (Feb 1979), pp. 2-12.

________. "Our Tradition of Frugality." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 1989), p. 19.

"Secretaries Mineta, Ridge ' Change Watch' of Coast Guard."  The Bulletin 65, No. 2 (Apr 2003), pp. 29-30.

"Service Reorganization Begins 15 January." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1933), pp. 2-3.

"17th District to be Reestablished." Coast Guard Bulletin IV, 7 (Jan 1949), p. 80.

Smith, Willard J. "The Coast Guard in the Department of Transportation." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 7 1967), Suppl. No. 1.

________. "Ready in Peace and War." Ordnance 51 (Nov-Dec 1966).

Spencer, Wm. E. "'Your Ship and You': Advice to Coast Guard Petty Officers for the Good of the Service." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), pp. 16-17.

"Spotlight On: The First Coast Guard District." Coast Guard Magazine (June 1957), pp. 18-28.

Spratling, David. "The First Year of the Eastern Area." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1934), pp. 10-12.

Stanley, Michael S. "The Real Coast Guard?" Naval Institute Proceedings 119 (Dec 1993), pp. 33-34.

Storch, Eric. "Pride, Poise, Perfection [ Honor Guard ]." Coast Guard (Dec 1996), pp. 26-31.

Stuart, William M. "In Service Since 1790." Coast Guard Magazine (June 1931), pp. 1-4; (July 1931); (Aug 1931), pp. 34-37; (Sep 1931), pp. 47-48; (Oct 1931); (Nov 1931); (Dec 1931), pp. 37-41; (Jan 1932), pp. 20-22; (Feb 1932), pp. 22-27; (Mar 1932), pp. 20-21.

"Study of Coast Guard Roles and Missions Completed." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1962), pp. 39-41.

"Summary of Roles and Mission Study Published: 'U.S. Coast Guard: A Study of its Origin, Responsibilities, Relationships and Direction.'" The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1963), pp. 16-40; No. 2 (Mar-Apr 1962), pp. 29-52.

"They Man Ninth District Stations." The Coast Patrol I, No. 2 (Jan 1933), p. 24.

"The 3rd District. . .Highlights in History" Commandant's Bulletin 13-87 (June 26, 1987), pp. 41-43.

"This is Your Coast Guard." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1957), pp. 26-30.

"This Service of Ours." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1930), pp. 5-10.

"Three Units Will Absorb Marine Inspection Unit." The Bulletin (Nov 1941), pp. 126-134.

Tilley, John.  "Coast Guard, U.S." entry in The Oxford Companion to American Military History.  Edited by John Whiteclay Chambers II.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2000, pp. 144-146.

Tourgee, J.E. "The First District of the U.S. Coast Guard." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1932), pp. 28-29.

"Transfer of Customs Admeasurement and Documentation Functions to the U.S. Coast Guard." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 7 1967), Suppl. No. 2.

"The 12th District. . .Highlights in History." Commandant's Bulletin 13-87 (June 26, 1987), p.p. 44-45.

"200 Years of Service." Commandant's Bulletin (July 1989), insert.

"200 Years of Service." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 46 (Nov-Dec 1989), pp. 136-139.

Ulery, John. "They Used to Call it 'the Squarehead Navy.'" Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1956), pp. 24-26, 56-57.

"The U.S. Coast Guard...Celebrates 150th Anniversary." Coast Guard Magazine (July 1940), pp. 6-7, 39-42.

"The U.S. Coast Guard's Smallest District [Third]." Coast Guard Magazine (June 1932), pp. 12-14.

"The United States Coast Guard-It's Functions and Its Place in the Governmental Structure. Committee Document No. 99, Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, House." The Bulletin (Sep 1944), pp. 113-136.

"United States Coast Guard: A Series of Articles to Inform the Public of the Functions of the Coast Guard and its Place in the Governmental Structure." Coast Guard Magazine (July 1949), pp. 29-30; (Aug 1949), pp. 32-34; (Sep 1949), pp. 22-24; (Oct 1949), pp. 22-25.

Vojvodich, Joe.  "A Look at Sectors: Building Upon Authorities, Capabilities, and Partnerships." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin 73, No. 6 (Dec 2011), pp. 40-49.

Waesche, R.R. "Coast Guard Day Broadcast." The Bulletin (Aug 1941), pp. 81-85.

________. "The Coast Guard and the Maritime Service." Marine Age (Oct 1938), pp. 21-22.

________.  "The Nation's Sea Police."  Coast Guard Magazine  (Nov 1939), pp. 1-2.

Wagner, Arthur H. "Zero-Basing the Organization." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1977), pp., 44-45.

Walker, Raymond J. "Some Interesting Facts on Fourth District." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1933), pp. 10-12.

Walsh, Don, & James L. George. "Do We Need a Secretary of the Coast Guard?" The Bulletin (May-June 1975), pp. 41-46.

Walter, Christopher. "The Death of the Coast Guard." Naval Institute Proceedings 114 (June 1989), pp. 29-33.

"In War and Peace the Coast Guard is the Police Force of the Sea." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1954), pp. 20-24.

Wheeler, William J. "Boat Efficiency: Coast Guard Proficiency in Boat Work a Great Necessity."   Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1929), p. 6.

Wells, William R., II.  "Wet, Cold and Thoroughly Miserable: Surviving Aboard Revenue Cutters Was Challenging While Pursuing Pirates and Protecting U.S. Interests at Sea."  Prologue: Quarterly of the National Archives and Records Administration 46, No. 3 (Fall 2014), pp. 36-46.

"'When We Do Go Out, We Have a Duty to Come Back." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 25 1983), pp. 8-9.

Whiteside, David.  "Always Ready: The US Coastguard Celebrates its 200th Anniversary This Year."  Coastguard: The Magazine of HM Coastguard (Apr 1990), pp. 18-21.

Whiting, John D.  "Knights of the Wave: The Story of Rescue at Sea--Duties, Responsibilities and Perilous Service of the Coast Guard of To-day."  The Mentor  13, No. 6 (July 1925), pp. 2-17.

________.  "The Storm Fighters: A Story of the United States Coast Guard." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1931), pp. 172; (Dec 1931), pp. 10-12; (Jan 1932), pp. 28-31; (Feb 1932), pp. 28-32; (Mar 1932), pp. 16-18; (Apr 1932), pp. 40-41, 64; (May 1932), pp. 17-19; (June 1932), pp. 7, 46-47.

Wickland, Julie. "History of the United States Coast Guard." Model Ship Builder 66 (Jul/Aug 1990), pp. 16-24.

Wolff, Julius F., Jr. "One Hundred Years of Rescue: The Coast Guard on Lake Superior." Inland Seas: Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society 31 (Winter 1975), pp. 275-285.

Yost, Paul A. "Semper Paratus: The U.S. Coast Guard Sails Into Its Third Century." The American Legion 128 (Apr 1990), pp. 24-25, 66.

Books & Government Documents:

Adams, Michael R.  Ocean Station: Operations of the U.S. Coast Guard, 1940-1977.  Eastport, ME: Nor'Easter Press, 2010.

Baarslag, Karl. Coast Guard to the Rescue. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., 1937.

Tom Beard, Editor-in-Chief; Josť Hanson, Managing Editor & Paul C. Scotti, Graphics Editor. The Coast Guard. Seattle: for the Foundation for Coast Guard History by Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc., 2004.

Beck, James E. Our Wonderland of Bureaucracy: A Study of the Growth of Bureaucracy in the Federal Government, & its Destructive Effect upon the Constitution. New York: The MacMillan Company 1932.

Bell, Kensil. "ALWAYS READY" The Story of the United States Coast Guard. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1943.

Bergaust, Erik and William O. Foss. The Coast Guard in Action. New York: G.P. Putnam, 1962. [Juvenile]

Berry, Erick. You Have to Go Out! The Story of the United States Coast Guard. New York: David McKay Company, Inc., 1964.

Bloomfield, Howard V.L. The Compact History of the United States Coast Guard. New York: Hawthorn Books, Inc., 1966.

Bowen, Alva M., et al. The United States Coast Guard: Prepared by the Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, for the Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, United States Senate. 97th Cong., 2nd sess. Washington: GPO, 1982.

Bragaw, Louis K. Managing a Federal Agency: The Hidden Stimulus. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1980.

Brown, Riley. The Story of the Coast Guard: Men, Wind and Sea. Garden City: Blue Ribbon Books, 1943. [Originally published by Carlyle House, Publishers, in 1929 under the title Men, Wind and Sea: The Story of the Coast Guard.]

Browning, Robert M., Jr., comp. Moments in History. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard Public Affairs, 1990.

Capron, Walter C. The U.S. Coast Guard. New York: Franklin Watts, Inc., 1965.

Circa 1915: Retrospective: The United States Coast Guard. Exhibit Catalog. Alameda: U.S. Coast Guard Training Center 1979.

Claflin, James.  Lighthouses and Life Saving Along the Connecticut and Rhode Island Coast.  Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2001.

________. Lighthouses and Life Saving Along the Main and New Hampshire Coast.  Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 1999. 

________.  Lighthouses and Life Saving Along the Massachusetts Coast. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 1998.

Devine, David A. Uncle Sam's Trouble Shooters. Los Angeles: De Vorss & Co., Publishers, 1940.

Donovan, Frank. The Cutter. New York: A.S. Barnes and Company, Inc. 1961.

Eldridge, F.R. "They Have To Go Out": An Historical Sketch of the U.S. Coast Guard. Washington: Historical Section, Public Information Division, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, n.d.

Evans, S. H. & A. A. Lawrence.  The History and Organization of the United States Coast Guard: An Interpretation and an Evaluation of the Service in the Light of Changing Social and Political Conditions.  New London, CT: U.S. Coast Guard Academy, 1938.

Ferrell, Nancy W. The U.S. Coast Guard. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company, 1989.

Field, Van R. & John J. Galluzzo. Images of America: New Jersey Coast Guard Stations and Rumrunners.  Arcadia Publishing, 2004.

Furer, Julius Augus. Administration of the Navy Department in World War II. Washington: Government Printing Office [hereafter GPO], 1959.

Giambarba, Paul. Surfmen and Lifesavers. Centerville: Schrimshaw Publishing, 1967.

Gilchrist, M.E. The Story of the United States Coast Guard with official pictures. Racine, WI: Whitman Publishing Company 1938.

Green, Richard Cortis.  Ice Patrol [An illustrated narrative recounting the 1938 International Ice Patrol]. By the author, 2005.

Gurney, Gene. The United States Coast Guard: A Pictorial History. New York: Crown Publishers, 1973.

Halberstadt, Hans. U.S.C.G.: Always Ready. Novato: Presidio, 1986.

Harkins, Philip. Coast Guard Ahoy! New York: Harcourt, Brace, & Co., 1943.

Haskin, Frederic J. The American Government. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1941.

Hathaway, Charles B. From Highland to Hammerhead: The Coast Guard and Cape Cod. Chatham: By the author, 2000.

Herrou, Christian. US Coast Guard. Nantes, France: Marines Edition, 1998. [French]

Hollemon, Kenneth C. "From Whence We Came:" A History of the Coast Guard in Southern New Jersey and Delaware (With Notes on the Navy During World War I and II). n.p., March 30, 1987 [Copy in holdings of Coast Guard Historians Office].

Hough, George A., Jr. Disaster on Devil’s Bridge. Mystic, CT: The Marine Historical Association, Inc., 1963.

Johnson, Robert E. Guardians of the Sea: History of the United States Coast Guard, 1915 to the Present. Annapolis: NIP, 1987.

Kaiser, Frederick M. "A Brief History of the United States Coast Guard." In U.S. Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service. The United States Coast Guard: Prepared for the Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation, United States Senate. 97th Cong., 2nd sess. Washington: GPO, 1982, pp. 1-28.

Kaplan, H.R. and J.F. Hunt. This is the Coast Guard. Cambridge: Cornell Maritime Press, Inc., 1972.

Kerr, Evor S., Jr. The United States Coast Guard: Its Ships, Duties, Stations. New York: Robert W. Kelly Publishing Corporation, 1935.

King, R.W., ed. Naval Engineering and American Seapower. Baltimore: The Nautical & Aviation Publishing Company of America, Inc., 1989.

Kohout, Richard D., et alia. Looking Out to 2020: Trends Relevant to the Coast Guard. CIM 499. Alexandria, VA: Center for Naval Analyses. Alexandria, VA, Feb 1997.

________, & Patrick H. Roth. U.S. Coast Guard: Purpose, Characteristics, Contributions, and Value to the Nation. CRM 97-17.09. Alexandria, VA: Center for Naval Analyses, Feb 1997.

G. H. McLouglin.  Pirates on the Mississippi: The Story of the U.S. Revenue Cutter Louisiana, 1805-1812. The Woodlands, TX: McLoughlin Publishers, August, 2013.

Nalty, Bernard C., Dennis L. Noble, & Truman R. Strobridge. Wrecks, Rescues & Investigations: Selected Documents of the U.S. Coast Guard and Its Predecessors. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1977.

Natteford, John Francis. Perils of the Coast Guard: A Story of the Coast Guard Patrol Based on the Motion-Picture Story. New York: Jacobsen-Hodgkinson Corp., 1926.

Noble, Dennis L. Alaska and Hawaii: A Brief History of U.S. Coast Guard Operations. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1991.

________. Gulf Coast and Western Rivers: A Brief History of U.S. Coast Guard Operations. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1989.

________. The Coast Guard in the Pacific Northwest. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1989.

________. The Coast Guard in the Southwest. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1989.

________. Great Lakes: A Brief History of U.S. Coast Guard Operations. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1989.

_______. Southwest Pacific: A Brief History of U.S. Coast Guard Operations. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1989.

O'Brien, T. Michael. Guardians of the Eighth Sea: History of the Coast Guard on the Great Lakes. Columbus: Ninth Coast Guard District [through GPO], 1976.

Ostrom, Thomas P.  The United States Coast Guard: 1790 to the Present.  Oakland, Oregon: Red Anvil Press, 2006, revised.

Paullin, C.O., ed. The Navy of the American Revolution. Cleveland: The Burrows Brothers Co., 1906.

Paxton, Glenn. The Coast Guard: From Civilian to Coast Guardsman. New York: The Viking Press, 1958.

Perry, Glen. Watchmen of the Sea. New York: Charles Scribner's, 1938.

Powell, Hickman. What the Citizen Should Know About the Coast Guard. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1941.

Rachlis, Eugene. The Story of the U.S. Coast Guard. New York: Random House, 1961.

Rak, Mary Kidder.  They Guard the Gates.  Evanston, IL: Row, Peterson and Co., 1941.  [pp. 37-49; "Life Savers on Land and Sea."]

Roland, E.J. United States Coast Guard Objectives. CG 378. Washington: USGPO, 1964.

Scheina, Robert L. Coast Guard History. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard Public Affairs, 1985.

Schreiner, Samuel Adams. Mayday! Mayday! The Most Exciting Missions of Rescue, Interdiction, & Combat in the 200-Year Annals of the U.S. Coast Guard. New York: D.I. Fine 1990.

Sharpe, Bill. Tar on My Heels: A Press Agent's Note Book. Winston-Salem: The Tar Heels, 1946.

Smith, Darrell Hevenor and Powell, Fred Wilbur. The Coast Guard: Its History, Activities, & Organization. Washington: The Brookings Institution, 1929.

Statutes at large of the United States of America, 1789-1873. 17 vols. Washington: GPO, 1850-1873.. 17 vols. Washington: GPO, 1850-1873.. 17 vols. Washington: GPO, 1850-1873.

Stefany, Wallace C. Know Your Government: The Department of Transportation. New York: Chelsea House, 1988.

Stefoff, Rebecca. Know Your Government: The U.S. Coast Guard. New York: Chelsea House, 1989.

Study of United States Coast Guard. New York: Ebasco Services Incorporated, Jan 1948. . New York: Ebasco Services Incorporated, Jan 1948. . New York: Ebasco Services Incorporated, Jan 1948.

________. Supplement, Summary of Recommendations. New York: Ebasco Services Incorporated, 1948.

United States Coast Guard. Daily Chronology of Coast Guard History. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, n.d.

________. Deeds of Valor from the Annals of the United States Coast Guard. Washington: Coast Guard Headquarters, 1942.

________. United States Coast Guard. Washington: GPO, 1926.

________. United States Coast Guard 1919. Washington: GPO, 1919.

________. United States Coast Guard: Its Purpose and Activities in War and Peace. Washington: GPO, n.d. [1942?]

________. Treasury Department. Activities of the United States Coast Guard. Washington: GPO, 1940.

________.________. Functions, Duties, Organization, & Equipment of the United States Coast Guard. Washington: GPO, 1927.

________.________. United States Coast Guard In Action Since 1790. CG-246. Washington: GPO, 1951.

________.________. U.S. Coast Guard: A Study of Its Origin, Responsibilities, Relationships, & Direction. Washington: GPO, 1963.

________. Office of Boating, Public, & Consumer Affairs. Coast Guard History. COMDTINST M5750.3. Washington: GPO, 1982.

________. Public Information Division. Coast Guard History. CG-213. Washington: GPO, 1972.

________.________.________. Washington: GPO, 1958.

________.________.________. Washington: GPO, 1957.

________.________. Functions, Duties, Organization, & Equipment of the United States Coast Guard. Washington: GPO, 1927.

________.________. Ships, Planes, Stations. CG-214. Washington: GPO, 1963.

________.________. Historical Section. Some Unusual Incidents in Coast Guard History. Washington: Historical Section, Public Information Division, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, 1950.

________.________.________. Monthly Events in Coast Guard History. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, January 5, 1949.

United States Coast Guard. Auxiliary Training Unit. The United States Coast Guard--Its History, Vessels, & Doctrine. New York: U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Training Unit 1945.

________. Operations Capability Directorate (G-OC). 21st-Century Hemispheric Maritime Security: A USCG Deepwater Vision. Washington, DC: Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard, 7 October 1998 (Revised).

United States Congress. House. Budget for the Coast Guard, 1947. H. Doc. 495, 79th Cong., 2nd sess., 1946, Serial 11055.

________.________. Coast Guard Expenditures, 1916. H. Doc. 766, 65th Cong., 2nd sess., 1918, Serial 7242.

________.________. Coast Guard Officers Permitted to Serve with Venezuelan Government. H. Rp. 588, 66th Cong., 2nd sess., 1920, Serial 7652.

________.________. Coast Guard Oversight: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries: First Session on Military Readiness and International Programs, September 17, 1981; Management: Problems and Procedures, September 30, 1981; Roles and Missions Study by the Executive Branch, November 10, 1981. 97th Congress, 1st sess., Serial 97-19. Washington: GPO, 1982.

________.________. Coast Guard to Resume Operations Under Treasury Department. H. Rp. 1135, 65th Cong., 3rd sess., 1919, Serial 7455.

________.________. To Create the Coast Guard. H. Rp. 682, 63rd, 2nd sess., 1914, Serial 6559.

________.________. Defining Jurisdiction of Coast Guard. H. Rp. 2452, 74th Cong., 2nd sess., 1936, Serial 9993.

________.________. Estimates of Appropriation for Coast Guard. H. Doc. 86, 67th Cong., 1st sess., 1921, Serial 7946.

________.________. Expenditures of Coast Guard, 1917. H. Doc. 516, 65th Cong., 2nd sess., 1918, Serial 7446; ...1918. H. Doc. 1528, 65th Cong., 3rd sess., 1919, Serial 7583; ...1919. H. Doc. 471, 66th Cong., 2nd sess., 1920, Serial 7770.

________.________. Expenses of Revenue-Cutter Service, Life-Saving Service, and Coast Guard, 1915. H. Doc. 387, 64th Cong., 1st sess., 1916, Serial 7101.

________.________. Hearing Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce of the House of Representatives on Senate Bill 569 and House Bills 14, 95, and 2026, To Establish a Department of Commerce and Labor, Industries, and Manufactures. Washington: GPO, 1902.

________.________. Improving Efficiency of Coast Guard. H. Rp. 1088, 76th Cong., 1st sess., 1939, Serial 10300.

________.________. Increasing Efficiency of Organization of Coast Guard. H. Rp. 1294, 86th Cong., 2nd sess., 1960, Serial 12243.

________.________. Perfecting Consolidation of Lighthouse Service with Coast Guard. H. Rp. 1325, 76th Cong., 1st sess., 1939, Serial 10301.

________.________. Proposed Provisions to Enable Coast Guard to Accomplish Merger of Lighthouse Service with Coast Guard. H. Doc. 356, 76th Cong., 1st sess., 1939, Serial 10349.

________.________. Committee on Government Operations. Department of Transportation Act: Hearings. 89th Cong., 2nd sess. Washington: GPO, 1966.

________.________.________.________. Report. 89th Cong., 2nd sess. Washington: GPO, 1966.

________.________. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Operations of the United States Coast Guard: Hearings. 84th Cong., 1st sess. Washington: GPO, 1955.

________.________.________. Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation. Realignment of Management and Support Functions of Coast Guard: Hearings. Washington: GPO, 1987.

________. Senate. Coast Guard to Resume Operations Under Treasury Department. S. Rp. 788., 65th Cong., 3rd sess., 1919, Serial 7452.

________.________. To Create the Coast Guard. S. Rp. 300, 63rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1912, Serial 6552.

________.________. Defining Jurisdiction of Coast Guard. S. Rp. 2211, 74th Cong., 2nd sess., 1936, Serial 9989.

________.________. Increasing Efficiency of Coast Guard. S. Rp. 995, 74th sess., 1st sess., 1935, Serial 9880.

________.________. 175th Anniversary of Coast Guard. S. Rp. 427, 89th Cong., 1st sess., 1965, Serial 12662-3.

________.________. Perfecting Consolidation of Lighthouse Service with Coast Guard. S. Rp. 942, 76th Cong., 1st sess., 1939, Serial 10295.

________.________. Treasury Department Rules and Regulations, Pt. 2: Revenue Cutter Service, Life-Saving Service, Public Health and Marine Hospital Service. S. Doc. 399, 59th Cong., 2nd sess., Serial 5093.

________.________. Committee on Commerce. Select Committee on Methods of Business and Work in the Executive Departments. See "The Department of the Treasury." S. RP. 507, 50th Cong., 1st sess., Serial 2522. Washington: GPO, 1888.

United States Department of Transportation. 1982 Coast Guard Roles and Missions Study: Analysis of Coast Guard Programs. Washington: GPO, 1982.

________. Coast Guard Roles and Missions: Report. Washington: GPO, 1982.

United States General Accounting Office. Report to the Chairman, Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation, United States Senate: "The Coast Guard--Limited Resources Curtail Ability to Meet Responsibilities." Washington: GPO, 1980.

________. Coast Guard: Reorganization Unlikely to Increase Resources or Overall Effectiveness: Report to Congressional Requesters. Washington: GPO, 1990.

United States General Services Administration. National Archives and Records Service. Office of the Federal Register. "United States Coast Guard." In: The United States Government Manual 1982/83. Washington: GPO, 1982.

United States National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmosphere. U.S. Coast Guard: Status, Problems, & Potential; A Special Report to the President and the Congress. Washington: National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmosphere 1983.

United States Treasury Department. Study of Roles and Missions of the U.S. Coast Guard: Report to the Secretary, U.S. Treasury Department. 7 vols. Washington: U.S. Treasury Department 1962.

_______. U.S. Coast Guard: A Study of its Origin, Responsibilities, Relationships, & Direction. Washington: GPO, 1963.

Willoughby, W.F. The Reorganization of the Administrative Branch of the National Government. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1923.

Dissertations, Theses & unpublished papers:

Allen, Thad W. "The Evolution of Federal Drug Enforcement and The United States Coast Guard's Interdiction Mission: A Case Study."  Master's Thesis, Alfred P. Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1989.

Carus, W. Seth, & Thomas J. Hirschfeld. "Coast Guard Future Direction Study: Capstone Support Analysis." MIS 218, Alexandria, Virginia, Center for Naval Analyses Issue Paper, May 1997.

________., ________., Richard Houck, Richard D. Kohout, & Christopher Joyner. "Looking Out to 2020: Trends Relevant to the Coast Guard." CIM 499, Alexandria, Virginia, Center for Naval Analyses Issue Paper, May, 1997.

________., ________., ________., ________., ________., & Patrick H. Roth. "Coast Guard Future Directions Study: Briefing for the USCG Senior Advisory Group." CAB 96-96, Alexandria, Virginia, Center for Naval Analyses Annotated Briefing, January, 1997.

Greene, Lawrence E. "U.S. Coast Guard Reorganization: Why Merging the Field Units is Not Enough to Remain Semper Paratus (Always Ready)." Master of Arts thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, 2005.

Hirschfeld, Thomas J., Richard Houck, Arun, Malik, Robert Trost, & Jane de Winter. "Computing the Benefit of Coast Guard Missions." CIM 544, Alexandria, Virginia, Center for Naval Analyses Issue Paper, November, 1997.

Kohout, Richard D., & Patrick H. Roth. "U.S. Coast Guard: Purpose, Characteristics, Contributions, and Worth to the Nation." CRM 97-17, Alexandria, Virginia, Center for Naval Analyses Issue Paper, May, 1997.

Regan, Paul A. "The US Coast Guard into the Third Century." National Defense University, Washington, D.C., 1989.

Reynolds, George Richard.  "The United States Coast Guard in the Northwest, 1854-1900."  Master of Arts thesis, University of Washington, 1968.


B)  U.S. Revenue Marine / Revenue Cutter Service

Articles:

Barry, David S. "Men and Affairs at Washington." New England Magazine (Aug 1907), pp. 703-711.

"Black Maria to the Rescue." Coast Guard Magazine (July 1948), p. 15.

Brice, J.J. "Naval Discipline." The United Service 3:6 (June 1890), pp. 576-584.

Brown, Jesse K. "Lonely Guardians of the North." Technical World Magazine (Feb 1915), pp. 900- 904.

Carden, G.L. "U.S. Revenue Marine Service." Harper’s Weekly 36 (Jan 9 1892), pp. 33, 35-37.

Collins, John W. "The United States Revenue Cutter Service." Cassier’s Magazine Engineering Illustrated XV (Nov 1898-Apr 1899), pp. 373-388.

Daly, R.W. "The Paraguayan Expedition, 1858-9." The Bulletin (May 1942), pp. 39-42.

De Lorme, Roland L. "Liquor Smuggling in Alaska, 1867-1899." Pacific Northwest Quarterly 66, No. 4 (1975), pp. 145-152.

Dench, C.H. "Nullification." The Bulletin (Jul-Aug 1970), p. 64.

Dixon, Robert, Jr. "Captain [Simon] Gross's Arms & Stores." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1966), pp. 95-100.

"Don't Take President Grant Out to Sea." The Bulletin (Jun-July 1954), pp. 68-69.

Drysdale, William. "The Revenue-Cutters at Work." Harper’s Weekly 36 (Jan 2 1892), p. 7.

"Earliest Known Photograph of Coast Guard District Commanders [1880]." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1932), p. 38.

Evans, Stephen H. "Forerunners of the Cutter Fleet." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1962), pp. 50-56.

French, A. "The Marine Hospital Service and the Revenue Cutter Service." The Bulletin (Jan/Feb 1982), pp. 26-30.

Hamilton, Frank E. "A Forgotten Port and Log Towing Revenue Cutters." Telescope: Great Lakes Maritime Institute, Dossin Great Lakes Museum 18, No. 1 (Jan-Feb 1969), pp. 206-211.

"Hamilton’s Report of 1790 Resulted in the Forming of the Coast Guard." Coast Guard Bulletin III, 3 (Sep 1945), pp. 45-47.

Johnson, Paul H. "Bibles and Whiskey: Life in the Really Old Guard." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1973), p. 35.

________. "The Cutter Service and a Letter from Andrew Jackson." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1971), pp. 13-18.

Kaplan, Hymen R. "Hamilton's Revenue Fleet." Naval Institute Proceedings 88 (Oct 1962), pp. 160-163.

Kern, Florence. "George Washington and the Coast Guard." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1972), pp. 66-71.

King, Irving H. "The 1905 Yellow Fever Epidemic." The Bulletin (Oct 1995), pp. 31-32.

Kyle, Joanna R. N. "Our Coast Police: The U.S. Revenue Cutter Service in its Routine Work and as an Auxiliary to the Navy." Overland Monthly XLII, No. 5 (Nov 1903), pp. 371-378.

Lawrence, A. "Secretary Sherman's Cruise on the Cutter Grant." The Bulletin (Nov 1940), pp. 11-12.

"Letter Book of U.S.R.C. Jackson." The Bulletin (Apr 1945), pp. 28-31; No. 2 (May 1945), pp. 61-62; No. 3 (June 1945), pp. 98-99.

"A ‘Little Navy’ That Does Big Work." The Outlook (Feb 10 1912), p. 296-297.

McAdoo, William. "The Yacht as a Naval Auxiliary." North American Review 161 (July 1895), pp. 170-176.

McAllister, C.A. "Serving Mankind at Sea: The Revenue Cutter Service." The Survey 33 (Oct 10 1914), p. 457.

Merryman, J.H., & Sumner I. Kimball. "The United States Revenue Marine." Hamersly's Naval Encyclopedia, 1881., pp. 687-691.

Noble, Dennis L.  "A Forgotten Hero: C. C. Mauethrop and the Revenue Cutter Commodore Perry." Wreck & Rescue Vol.9, No. 3 (Nov 2006), pp. 16-17.

Noble, Dennis L., & Truman R. Strobridge. "Early Cuttermen in Alaskan Waters." Pacific Northwest Quarterly 78, no. 3 (July 1987), pp. 74-82.

"One Hundred Years Ago." Coast Guard Bulletin II, 8 (Feb 1943), p. 105; II, 9 (Mar 1943), p. 117.

Park, Edwin J. "A Samaritan of the Sea." Along the Coast I, No. 3 (May 1909), pp. 12, 18.

Paullin, C.O. "Early Naval Administration Under the Constitution." Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute XXXII (Sep 1906), pp. 100--1030.

Phillips, David G. "The Revenue Marine." Harper’s Weekly 35 (May 16 1891), p. 367.

Powers, Paul. "Hopley Yeaton's Homes." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 11 1982), p. 13.

"The Revenue Cutter Service." Army and Navy Journal III, No. 3, Whole No. 107 (Sep 9 1865), p. 46.

"The Revenue Service on the Lakes." Army and Navy Journal III, No. 44, Whole No. 148 (June 23, 1866), p. 697.

Ross, Worth G. "Our Coast Guard. A Brief History of the United States Revenue Marine Service." Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 73, No. 438 (1886), pp. 909-922.

Scheina, Robert. "Coast Guard Predecessor only Navy for New Republic." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 3 1981), p. 13.

Shepard, Isabel A. "In Olden Days: A Page from the Diary of a Woman Passenger Aboard a Cutter [ Rush ] in 1889." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1929), pp. 2-4, 42-44.

Smith, Horatio D. "In Early Days, 1789-1846." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1930), pp. 56-60; (Sep 1930), pp. 42-45; (Oct 1930), pp. 26-31; (Nov 1930), pp. 5, 46-47; (Dec 1930), pp. 40-42; (Jan 1931), pp. 42-45; (Feb 1931), pp. 42-45; (Mar 1931), pp. 38-41; (Apr 1931), pp. 22-27; (May 1931), pp. 32-33; (June 1931), pp. 26-28; "Part 14." (July 1931), pp. 34-35; (Aug 1931), pp. 32-33; (Sep 1931), pp. 17-19.

________. "The United States Revenue-Cutter Service." The Century Magazine 55, No. 4 (Feb 1898), pp. 573-583.

________. "The United States Revenue Cutter Service: Organization of the Corps. Part I." The United Service 2, No. 5 (Nov 1889), pp. 454-466; "From 1791 to 1808. Part II." 2, No. 6 (Dec 1889), pp. 579-591; "Part II Continued." 3 (Jan 1890), pp. 38-42; "Part II Continued." 3 (Feb 1890), pp. 154-163; "Part III." 3 (Mar 1890), pp. 272-281; "Part III-Concluded." 3 (Apr 1890), pp. 380-399.

________. "The United States Revenue Marine." The United Service 3 (Aug 1880), pp. 234-243.

"'The Steamer Governor Cut Us In Two . . ." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1977), pp. 23-29.

Stevenson, Paul E. "The Watch-Dogs of the Treasury: The Vigilant Ships of the Revenue Cutter Service, Which Prevent the Smuggling of Merchandise and Give Assistance to Vessels in Distress." The World’s Work 16 (May 1908), pp. 10591-10597.

Strobridge, Truman R. "Early Lake Captains, Revenue Cutters, and Politics." Inland Seas: Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society 29, No. 4 (Winter 1973), pp. 240-248.

Stuart, William M. "In Service Since 1790." Coast Guard Magazine (June 1931), pp. 4-10; (July 1931), pp. 7, 36-37; (Aug 1931), pp. 34-37; (Sep 1931), pp. 15-16, 19.

Thompson, Percy W. "The Revenue-Cutter Service: Its Work in the Relief of Vessels in Distress." Scribner’s Magazine XI (Feb 1892), pp. 207-211.

Thompson, W. "Nullification: Comment on Captain Dench's article..." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1970), pp. 40-41.

"A Trip With Lincoln, Chase and Stanton." Scribner's XVI (Oct 1878), pp. 813-822.

"Twenty-six Cadets, Four Officers Sailed on Training Ship in 1906; Eight Became Coast Guard Admirals; Three Commandants." The Bulletin (Jan 1945), pp. 236-237.

Van Boskerck, F.S. "In Advocacy of a General Board." Journal of the United States Revenue Cutter Service Association I, No. 1 (June 1914), pp. 8-13.

Walker, Hal. "All in the Day’s Work: A Story of Uncle Sam’s Hired Men in the Far North." Harper’s Weekly (Jan 2 1915), pp. 257-258.

Wayne, A.F. "Admiral Hottel Recalls Revenue-Cutter Days." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1961), pp. 31-38.

Wells, William. "Commerce Ruled in 'Old Guard.'" Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 17 1984), pp. 16-17.

________. "Life Below Decks." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 3 1984), pp. 14-15.

________. "Two in the Belt." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 9 1983), pp. 14-15.

Wheeler, William J. "Reminiscences of 'The Old Guard.'" The Bulletin (Jan/Feb 1980), pp. 22-25.

Wood, Samuel A. "Some Typical Rescues by the Revenue-Cutters." Scribner’s Magazine XI (Feb 1892), p. 211.

Books & Government Publications:

Army and Navy Chronicle. 1835-

Army and Navy Chronicle and Scientific Repository...

Clark, William Bell and Morgan, William James, eds. Naval Documents of the American Revolution. 6 vols. Washington: GPO, 1964-1972.

Eames, Aled, Lewis Wales, & Bryn Parry, eds. Letters From America: Captain David Evans of Talsarnau, 1817-1895. Gwynedd Archives Service, 1975.

Evans, Stephen H. Forerunners of the Cutter Fleet. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, n.d.

________. The United States Coast Guard 1790-1915: A Definitive History (With a Postscript: 1915-1949). Annapolis: The United States Naval Institute 1949.

Fitzpatrick, John C., ed. The Writings of George Washington. 39 vols. Washington: GPO, 1931-1944.

Gibbs, George, ed. Memoirs of the Administrations of Washington and John Adams Edited from the Papers of Oliver Wolcott, Secretary of the Treasury. 2 vols. New York: [*****], 1946.

Jackson, Melvin H. Privateers in Charleston, 1793-1796. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1969.

King, Irving. The Coast Guard Expands, 1865-1915, New Roles, New Frontiers. Annapolis: NIP, 1996.

________. The Coast Guard Under Sail: The U.S. Revenue Cutter Service 1789-1865. Annapolis: NIP, 1989.

________. George Washington's Coast Guard Origins of the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service 1789-1801. Annapolis: NIP, 1978.

Landauer, Lyndall Baker.  SCAMMON: Beyond the Lagoon: A Biography of Charles Melville Scammon.  Pacific Maritime History Series, Number One.  San Francisco: The Associates of the J. Porter Shaw Library (Pasadena: Flying Cloud Press), 1986.

Mayo, Robert. The Treasury Department and its various Fiscal Bureaus, their Origin, Organization, & Practical Operations, Illustrated; being a Supplement to the Synopsis of Treasury Instructions for the Administration of the Revenue Laws Affecting the Commercial and Revenue System of the United States; in Fourteen Chapters. Washington: printed by Wm. Q. Force 1847.

________. A Synopsis of the Commercial and Revenue System of the United States, as Developed by Instructions and Decisions of the Treasury Department for the Administration of the Revenue Laws: Accompanied with a Supplement of Historical and Tabular Illustrations of the Origin, Organization, & Practical Operations of the Treasury Department and Its various Bureaus in Fulfillment of that System; in Eight Chapters, with an Appendix. Washington: printed by J. & G.S. Gideon, 1847.

________. A Synopsis of the Commercial and Revenue System of the United States; in Two Parts: As Developed by the Revenue Laws, & the Treasury Instructions for the Administration of those Laws; Accompanied with a Supplement of Historical and Tabular Illustrations of the Practical Operations of that System, & an Alphabetical to each Part. Washington: n.p., 1845.

Maclay, Edgar Stanton. A History of the United States Navy 1771-1893. New York: Appleton Co., 1894.

McKee, Christopher. A Gentlemanly and Honorable Profession: The Creation of the U.S. Naval Officer Corps, 1794-1815. Annapolis: NIP, 1991.

Officer of the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service and Some of Their Friends. Below Zero: Songs and Verses from Bering Sea and the Arctic. Astoria, OR: J.S. Dellinger Co., 1903.

Parker, Christian.  On a Single Stack Steamer Plying Northwest Waters. 2nd ed. Chimacum, WA: Olympic Dispatch, 2013.

Paullin, C.O. Outletters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty 1776-1784. 2 vols. New York: The Naval Historical Society: DeVinne Press, 1914.

Samuels, Samuel.  From the Forecastle to the Cabin.  New York: Harper, 1887.  [A portion of this book describes his time as a coxswain on board the cutter Jefferson at Mobile, AL, in 1836.]

Smith, Horatio D. Early History of the United States Revenue Marine Service or (United States Revenue Cutter Service), 1789-1849. Rear Admiral Elliot Snow, U.S. Navy (Retired), ed. Washington: privately printed by special arrangement with the Naval Historical Foundation, 1932; Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1989, reprint.

Sparks, Jared, ed. The Writings of George Washington. 12 vols. Boston: Ferdinand Andrews, 1839.

Syrett, Harold C. and Jacob E. Cooke, eds. The Papers of Alexander Hamilton. 21 vols. New York: Columbia University Press, 1961-1974.

United States Congress. House. Annual Report of Expenditures for Revenue-Cutter Service, 1888. H. Exdoc. 17, 50th Cong., 2d sess., 1889, Serial 2645.

________.________. Captain Faunce and Officers of the Revenue Cutter Harriet Lane. H. Rp. 40, 36th Cong., 2d sess., 1861, Serial 1104.

________.________. Consideration of Bill to Promote Efficiency of Revenue Cutter Service. H. Rp. 1254, 57th Cong., 1st sess., 1902, Serial 4403.

________.________. Estimate of Expenses of Revenue Cutter Service. H. Exdoc. 154, 40th Cong., 2d sess., 1868, Serial 1337.

________.________. Expenses of Revenue Cutter Service, Fiscal Year 1866. H. Exdoc. 36, 40th Cong., 1st sess., 1867, Serial 1311; ....1902. H. Doc. 187, 57th Cong., 2nd sess., 1903, Serial 4496; ....1903. H. Doc. 444, 58th Cong., 2nd sess., 1904, Serial 4675; ....1904. H. Doc. 228, 58th Cong., 3rd sess., 1905, Serial 4831; ....1905. H. Doc. 439, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4987; ....1906. H. Doc. 286, 59th Cong., 2nd sess., 1907, Serial 5153; ....1907. H. Doc. 611, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5373; ....1908. H. Doc. 1244, 60th Cong., 2nd sess., 1909, Serial 5559; ....1909. H. Doc. 892, 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5835; ....1910. H. Doc. 1246, 61st Cong., 3rd sess., 1911, Serial 6071; ....1911. H. Doc. 229, 62nd Cong., 2nd sess., 1912, Serial 6324; ....1912. H. Doc. 1035, 62nd Cong., 3rd sess., 1913, Serial 6502; ....1913. H. Doc. 382, 63rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1914, Serial 6756; ....1914. H. Doc. 1198, 63rd Cong., 3rd sess., 1915, Serial 6890.

________.________. Increasing the Efficiency of the Revenue Cutter Service. H. Rp. 719, 53rd Cong., 2d sess., 1894, Serial 3270; H. Rp. 1453, 62nd Cong., 3rd sess., 1913, Serial 6334.

________.________. Letter on Revenue-Cutter Service. H. Misdoc. 10, 39th Cong., 2d sess., 1867, Serial 1302.

________.________. Marine Revenue Service. House Exdoc. 30, 30th Cong., 1st sess., 1848, Serial 516; H. Exdoc. 52, 30th Cong., 2d sess., 1849, Serial 543.

________.________. Number of Vessels in Revenue Service. H. Exdoc. 261, 40th Cong., 2d sess., 1868, Serial 1343.

________.________. Number of Vessels and Officers Employed in Revenue Service. H. Doc. 206, 29th Cong., 1st sess., 1846, Serial 485.

________.________. To Promote Efficiency of Revenue Cutter Service. H. Rp. 1364, 55th Cong., 2nd sess., 1898, Serial 3721; H. Rp. 2100, 55th Cong., 3rd sess., 1899, Serial 3841; H. Rp. 466, 56th Cong., 1st sess., 1900, Serial 4022; H. Rp. 2420, 56th Cong., 2nd sess., 1901, Serial 4213; H. Rp. 622, 57th Cong., 1st sess., 1902, Serial 4401; H. Rp. 4902, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4908.

________.________. Promoting Efficiency of Revenue Cutter Service. H. Rp. 381, 54th Cong., 1st sess., 1896, Serial 3458.

________.________. Promoting Efficiency of Revenue Marine Service. H. Rp. 926, 47th Cong., 1st sess., 1882, Serial 2067; H. Rp. 1264, 48th Cong., 1st sess., 1884, Serial 2257; H. Rp. 2896, 49th Cong., 1st sess., 1886, Serial 2444.

________.________. Report of Revenue Marine Service. H. Doc. 39, 29th Cong., 1st sess., 1846, Serial 482.

________.________. Revenue Cutter Service. H. Exdoc. 112, 40th Cong., 2d sess., 1868, Serial 1337.

________.________. Revenue-cutters For Use at Charleston. H. Rp. 496, 50th Cong., 1st sess., 1888, Serial 2599; ....For Use at New Berne. H. Rp. 1299, 50th Cong., 1st sess., 1888, Serial 2601.

________.________. Revenue Marine. H. Rp. 415, 30th Cong., 1st sess., 1848, Serial 525.

________.________. Revenue Marine Service. H. Doc. 45, 28th Cong., 1st sess., 1844, Serial 441; H. Doc. 22, 28th Cong., 2d sess., 1845, Serial 463; H. Doc. 17, 29th Cong., 2d sess., 1847, Serial 499.

________.________. Revenue Vessels, Report of Vessels Spoken, etc., by United States. H. Doc., 201, 29th Cong., 1st sess., 1846, Serial 485.

________.________. Transfer of Revenue Cutter Service from Treasury Department to Navy Department. H. Rp. 76, 51st Cong., 1st sess., 1890, Serial 2807; H. Rp. 1677, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1892, Serial 3048.

________. Senate. On Abolishing System of Revenue Cutters, and Employing Part of Navy Therefor. S. Doc. 166. 27th Cong., 3d sess., 1843, Serial 415.

________.________. Claim of Captain of Revenue Cutter to Prize Money for Vessel Captured for Violation of Revenue Laws, to Exclusion of Lieutenant. Nav. Aff. 378, 20th Cong., 2d sess., 1829, American State Papers 025.

________.________. Estimate for Revenue-Cutter Service. S. Doc. 676, 63rd Cong., 3rd sess., 1915, Serial 6785.

________.________. To Increase Efficiency of Revenue Cutter Service. S. Rp. 7322, 59th Cong., 2nd sess., 1907, Serial 5061.

________.________. Information on Revenue Cutter Service. S. Doc. 135, 54th Cong., 2d sess., 1897, Serial 3470.

________.________. Officers of Revenue Cutter Taney, Praying that Benefit of Navy Pension Fund be Extended to Revenue Cutter Service. S. Doc. 137, 25th Cong., 3d sess., 1839, Serial 339.

________.________. Plan For the Defense of Our Commerce and Protection of Its Revenue in the Gulf of Mexico. Report by Jame Ramage. S. Doc. 100, 16th Cong., 1st sess., 1820, Serial 27.

________.________. To Promote Efficiency of Revenue Cutter Service. S. Rp. 46, 55th Cong., 1st sess., 1897, Serial 3596; S. Rp. 978, 55th Cong., 2nd sess., 1898, Serial 3625; S. Rp. 65, 56th Cong., 1st sess., 1900, Serial 3886; S. Rp. 172, 57th Cong., 1st sess., 1902, Serial 4257; S. Rp. 362, 53rd Cong., 2d sess., 1894, Serial 3183; S. Rp. 112, 54th Cong., 1st sess., 1896, Serial 3362; S. Rp. 1530, 58th Cong., 2nd sess., 1904, Serial 4574; S. Rp. 129, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4904; S. Rp. 809, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4904.

________.________. Report of Committee on Retrenchment, pt. 7: Revenue Cutter Service on Pacific Coast, and Sale of Revenue Cutter Joe Lane. S. Rp. 47, 41st Cong., 2d sess., 1870, Serial 1409, p. 230.

________.________. Resolution to Inquire Into Revenue-Cutter Service. S. Misdoc. 105, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1892, Serial 2907.

________.________. Statements Regarding Revenue Marine Service, Letter of Secretary of Treasury. S. Exdoc. 64, 41st Cong., 3d sess., 1871, Serial 1406.

________.________. Statistics and History of Steam Marine of United States. S. Exdoc. 42, 32d Cong., 1st sess., 1852, Serial 619.

________.________. Transfer of Revenue-Cutter Service from Treasury Department to Navy Department. S. Rp. 530, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1892, Serial 2913; S. Misdoc 86, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1892, Serial 2904.

________.________. Transfer of Revenue-Marine Service. S. Exdoc 44, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1892, Serial 2900; S. Exdoc. 73, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1892, Serial 2900.

________.________. Transfer of Revenue Marine to Naval Establishment. S. Rp. 345, 51st Cong., 1st sess., 1890, Serial 2704.

White, John. Charges, Preferred by John White, of the City of New-York, Pilot, Against Henry Cahoone, Esq., Late Commander of the Revenue Cutter Active, of This Port, and Now Commander of the Revenue Cutter Alert, of the Same Port: Together with the Testimony in Support of Those Charges. New York: Hopkins & Morris, 1825.

Dissertations, Theses & unpublished papers:

Ayer, Robert C. [U.S. Coast Guard Academy] "Alexander Hamilton's Administration of the New Regulatory Regime Against Maritime Smuggling, 1789 to 1795." Paper presented at the North American Society for Oceanic History, Boston, Massachusetts, March 29, 1996.

Reynolds, George R. "The United States Coast Guard in the Northwest 1854-1900." Master of Arts thesis, University of Washington, 1968.

Smith, Joshua M. [East Carolina University] "Patterns in Northern New England Smuggling, 1789-1815. Paper presented at the North American Society for Oceanic History, Boston, Massachusetts, March 29, 1996.


C)  U.S. Coast Guard Reserve / Women's Reserve

Articles:

"About the Coast Guard Reserve..." Coast Guard Magazine (July 1947), pp. 26-27.

"Appropriation Request May Give Coast Guard First Organized Reserve." Coast Guard Bulletin VI, 2 (Aug 1950), p. 13.

"Back From the Brink: The Near-Death and Resurrection of the Coast Guard Reserve." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 1991), insert.

Bennett, Robert F. "Reserve Augmentation: Threat Thomas D. Harrison. "Station Nome and Keeper Thomas A. Ross." The Bulletin (Feb-Mar 1986), pp. 28-33.

Bollinger, Raymond.  "Sell It Like It Is."  Naval Institute Proceedings 127 (July 1996), pp. 33-34.

Brothers, Jennifer & Robert Shields. "U.S. Coast Guard Reserve." Naval Institute Proceedings 115 (Oct 1989), pp. 151-153.

Brown, Alan.  "The Coast Guard Reserve: Ready for What?"  Naval Institute Proceedings 118 (Dec 1992), pp. 82-85.

"The Coast Guard Reserve, First Months..." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1940), pp. 2-5.

"Coast Guard Reserve Observes 21st Birthday." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1962), pp. 66-70. "

"The Coast Guard Reserve: Plan for Final Operation." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1939), pp. 1-4.

"Coast Guard Steps Up Mobilization Capability of Reserve." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1962), p. 47.

"Ex-SPARs are Sworn into Reactivated Women’s Reserve." Coast Guard Bulletin V, 8 (Feb 1950), p. 239.

"Former SPAR Officers Offered Reappointment." Coast Guard Bulletin V, 6 (Dec 1949), p. 221.

"General Information on the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve." The Bulletin (Aug 1940), pp. 7-9.

Herbert, Neal F. "A Member of the Family." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1984), pp. 14-17.

Hobelman, D.E. "The Reserve: Present and Projected." The Bulletin (Jan 1941), pp. 5-9.

Johnson, H.E. "Spotlight on Reserve." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1974), pp. 19-20.

Kelly, Robert W. "The Role of the Reserve Component." Officer Review 39, No. 3 (Oct 1999), pp. 9-11.

Kruska, Edward. "Reserve Admits Women." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1991), p. 27.

"New Coast Guard Reserve." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1939), pp. 10, 24, 26, 28.

"Organized Coast Guard Reserve is Established; 27 Port Units Planned." Coast Guard Bulletin VI, 4 (Oct 1950), pp. 37-39.

Phannemiller, G.M. "Reserve Officers in the Permanent Coast Guard." The Bulletin (Aug 1945), pp. 137-140.

"The Reserve and Auxiliary." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1941), pp. 14-16, 18.

Reynolds, Robert R. "Senator Reynolds Says...Author of S-2206, for Twenty-Year Coast Guard Reserve, Hopes His Bill Will Pass Both Houses." Coast Guard Magazine (July 1938), pp. 1-3.

"SPAR Bill Moves Up." Coast Guard Bulletin IV, 12 (June 1949), p. 147.

Schwab, William S. "Today's Coast Guard Reserve." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1976), pp. 30-33.

"17 SPARs on Duty as of 15 December." Coast Guard Bulletin (Jan 1952), p. 111.

"Some SPARs Needed Now." Coast Guard Bulletin VII, 6 (Dec 1951), p. 96.

Steinmetz, John L. "The Reserve." The Bulletin (Nov 1951), pp. 171-175.

Stiles, Ransom W. "Why a Coast Guard Reserve?" Coast Guard Magazine (May 1947), pp. 18-19.

Taecker, Kevin R. "A Reserve Officer's Impressions of the Coast Guard." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1973), p. 62.

Thayer, Louis M. "Our Coast Guard Reserve." The Bulletin (May-June 1965), pp. 206-215.

Tilley, John.  "Coast Guard Reserve." entry in The Oxford Companion to American Military History.  Edited by John Whiteclay Chambers II.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2000, p. 146.

"The U.S. Coast Guard Reserve." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1930), p. 26.

Wetmore, Thomas T. "The Name of the Game is Readiness." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1978), pp. 26-29.

Wilson, R. "The Past, Present, & Future of the Coast Guard Reserve." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1949), pp. 9-13.

Books & Government Publications:

United States Congress. House. Amending Coast Guard Auxiliary and Reserve Act. H. Rp. 1686, 78th Cong., 2nd sess., 1944, Serial 10847.

________.________. Amending Coast Guard Auxiliary and Reserve Act of 1941. H. Rp. 2072, 77th Cong., 2nd sess., 1942, Serial 10663.

________.________. Amending Coast Guard Auxiliary and Reserve Act of 1941 Relative to Women’s Reserve. H. Rp. 359, 78th Cong., 1st sess., 1943, Serial 10761.

________.________. Coast Guard Reserve. H. Rp. 737, 91st Cong., 1st sess., 1969, Serial 12837-5.

________.________. To Establish Coast Guard Reserve to be Composed of Owners of Motorboats and Yachts. H. Rp. 600, 76th Cong., 1st sess., 1939, Serial 10298.

________.________. Establishing Coast Guard Auxiliary and Coast Guard Reserve. H. Rp. 25, 77th Cong., 1st sess., 1942, Serial 10552.

________.________. Hearings before the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries on H.R. 562--A Bill to Provide for the Establishment, Administration and Maintenance of a Coast Guard Auxiliary and Reserve. Washington: GPO, 1941.

________. Senate. Amending Coast Guard Auxiliary and Reserve Act. S. Rp. 1093, 78th Cong., 2nd sess., 1944, Serial 10842.

________.________. Amending Coast Guard Auxiliary and Reserve Act of 1941. S. Rp. 1317, 77th Cong., 2nd sess., 1942, Serial 10657.

________.________. Amending Coast Guard Auxiliary and Reserve Act of 1941 Relative to Women’s Reserve. S. Rp. 572, 78th Cong., 1st sess., 1943, Serial 10757.

________.________. To Establish Coast Guard Reserve to be Composed of Owners of Motorboats and Yachts. S. Rp. 582, 76th Cong., 1st sess., 1939, Serial 10294.

________.________. Establishing Coast Guard Auxiliary and Coast Guard Reserve. S. Rp. 31, 77th Cong., 1st sess., 1942, Serial 10543.

________.________. Permitting More Effective Utilization of Coast Guard Auxiliary. S. Rp. 1110, 78th Cong., 2nd sess., 1944, Serial 10842.

United States General Accounting Office. Need for Improvement in the Coast Guard Reserve Training Program; Report to the Congress of the United States [on the] United States Coast Guard, Department of Transportation, by the Comptroller General of the United States. Washington: GPO, 1967.


D) U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary


E) U.S. Life-Saving Service


F) U.S. Lighthouse Board, Lighthouse Establishment & Lighthouse Service


G) Steamboat Inspection Service, Bureau of Navigation, Bureau of Navigation and Steamboat Inspection and Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation

Articles:

Bennett, Robert Frank. "A Case of Calculated Mischief." Naval Institute Proceedings 102 (Mar 1976), pp. 76-83.

Bland, Schuyler O. "Efficiency, Economy are Twin Advantages of Transfer of Marine Bureau to Coast Guard." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1946), pp. 8, 10-11.

Brownlee, Edward G. "The Reconstruction of Coasting Schooners From Tonnage Admeasurements." The American Neptune 54, No. 2 (Spring, 1994), pp. 115-139.

McLellan, A.G. "Wanted: An American Minister of Marine." Atlantic 113 (June 1914), pp. 796-803.

"The Mercantile Marine, 1914-1921." Board of Trade Journal [London] 108 (Mar 30 1922), p. 347.

"New C.G. Duties [some functions of Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation transferred to Coast Guard]." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1942), p. 36.

"The President's Reorganization Plan." Proceedings of the Merchant Marine Council 3 (June 1946), pp. 83-84.

"Steamboat Inspection Service." Nation 101 (Aug 19 1915), p. 221.

Sweet, Edwin F. "The Work of the Steamboat-Inspection Service." Nation’s Business (July 15 1915), pp. 12-13.

Books & Government Publications:

Acts of Congress Relating to Steamboats, Collated with the Rolls at Washington. Washington: GPO, 1867.. Washington: GPO, 1867.. Washington: GPO, 1867.

Bates, William M. "The Office of the Secretary of the Treasury," pp. 361-397, & "Bureau of Navigation of the Treasury Department," pp. 398-403, in American Marine: The Shipping Question in History and Politics. Boston: Houghton, 1893.

Brockmann, R. John.  Exploding Steamboats, Senate Debates, and Technical Reports: The Convergence of Technology, Politics, and Rhetoric in the Steamboat Bill of 1838.  Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company, Inc., 2002.

"Bureau of Navigation," in United States Bureau of Education. Guide to United States Publications. Washington: GPO, 1918, pp. 112-113.

Field, R.S. "Functions and Activities of the Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation," in The United States Department of Commerce: How It Serves you on Land and Sea and in the Air. Washington: GPO, 1941.

Myrick, N.S. Steamboat Inspection Service. Report to the National Chamber’s Committee. Washington: Washington Chamer of Commerce of the U.S., 1916.

Short, Lloyd M. The Bureau of Navigation: Its History, Activities, & Organizations. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1923.

________. Steamboat-Inspection Service: Its History, Activities, & Organization. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1922.

"Steamboat Inspection Service," in United States Bureau of Education. Guide to United States Publications. Washington: GPO, 1918, pp. 114-115.

"Steamboat Inspection Service," in United States Treasury Department. Reports in Regard to the Transfer of the Bureaus and Divisions of the Merchant Marine in the Treasury Department to the Navy Department. Washington: GPO, 1883, pp. 49-57.

United States Congress. House. Integration of Personnel of Marine Inspection and Navigation Bureau and Customs Bureau into Coast Guard. H. Rp. 622, 80th Cong., 1st sess., 1947, Serial 11120.

________.________. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Changing Name of the Steamboat Inspection Service to Marine Inspection Service, January 28 1916, Report to Accompany H.R. 4784. Washington: GPO, 1916.

________.________.________. Hearing . . . on the Bills H.R. 12351 and 18682, to Provide for the Better Security of Lives of Passengers and Crews on Board Vessels of the United States. Washington: GPO, 1910.

________.________.________. Hearings . . . on House Bills 19405, 19406, and 19407, to Increase Salaries . . . in Steamboat Inspection Service, March 21, 1912. Washington: GPO, 1912.

________.________.________. Increase of Salaries of Clerks in the Steamboat-Inspection Service. Hearings . . . on H.R. 4286 and H.R. 5010, Jan. 17, 18, 24, and 31, 1918. Washington: GPO, 1918.

________.________.________. Inspection of Steam Vessels. Hearings on H.R. 24025, May 2, 1912. Washington: GPO, 1912.

United States Department of Commerce and Labor. Annual Report of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor and Reports of Bureaus. 1903. Washington: GPO, 1904. [The volume contains the annual reports of the Bureau of Navigation and the Steamboat Inspection Service, which were transferred to the administrative control of the new Department of Commerce and Labor, and was published annually. Each service’s Annual Report was also published separately. The bureaus were merged in 1932, creating the new Bureau of Navigation and Steamboat Inspection. The new bureau was renamed in 1935 to the Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation.]

________. Condensed History, Duties, and Practical Operation of the Department and its Several Bureaus and Offices, Together with Laws Relating Specifically Thereto, July 1, 1913. "Bureau of Navigation," pp. 49-52, 143-151; "Steamboat–Inspection Service," pp. 163-211. Washington: GPO, 1913.

________. Steamboat Inspection Service. Laws Governing the Steamboat Inspection Service, July 21, 1920. Washington: GPO, 1924.

________.________. Proceedings of the Board of Supervising Inspectors Appointed Under the Act of Congress of August 30, 1852. Baltimore: James Lucas, 1853. [Hereafter published annually] Baltimore: James Lucas, 1853. [Hereafter published annually] Baltimore: James Lucas, 1853. [Hereafter published annually]

________.________. Steamboat Inspection Service Bulletin. No. 1, Nov. 1, 1915. Washington: GPO, 1915. [published monthly through June, 1942 when it was merged with the Coast Guard Bulletin; its title through that time changed with the naming of the Bureau; See the Annual Reports notation above] .

United States Treasury Department. Bureau of Navigation. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Navigation. 1884. Washington: GPO, 1884. [Published annually until 1903 when the report was included in the Secretary of Commerce and Labor’s Annual Report.]

________. Steamboat Inspection Service. Annual Report of the Supervising Inspector-General. Steamboat Inspection Service. 1872. Washington: GPO, 1872. [Published annually until 1903 when the report was included in the Secretary of Commerce and Labor’s Annual Report.]


H)  Public Health Service, Other Customs Services, General Histories & Misc

Articles:

"Coast & Geodetic Survey Looks Back on 150 Years." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1957), pp. 60-61.

Heck, N.H. "Life Saving Surveyors [U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey]." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), pp. 3-4.

Holm, Rudy T. "SAR Exchange." Naval Institute Proceedings 118 (Dec 1992), pp. 109-111.

"The Maritime Administration: It's Functions; It's History." Proceedings of the Merchant Marine Council 22 (May 1965), pp. 110-115.

Obedin, Harry E. "National Transportation Safety Board." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1970), pp. 24-39.

Schulla, Michael. "U.S. Public Health Service." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1942), pp. 4-7.

Smith, F.C. "Our Doctors: Beneficiaries of the U.S. Public Health Service." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1928), pp. 3-5.

Sullivan, Earle L. "The U.S. Coast Guard in Jordan." The Bulletin (May-June 1977), pp. 36-41.

"The United Kingdom's SAR Organization in the North Atlantic." Proceedings of the Merchant Marine Council 22 (Oct 1965), pp. 230-231.

Books & Government Publications:

Andros, R.S., ed. The United States Customs Guide. [*****], 1859.

Appleton, T.E. Usque ad Mare: A History of Canadian Coast Guard and Marine Service. [*****], 1967.

Arnold-Forster, D. At War with the Smugglers: Career of Dr. Arnold's Father. [*****], 1967.

Atton, H. and H.H. Holland. The King's Customs: An Account of Maritime Revenue and Contraband Traffic in England. 2 vols. [*****], 1908-1910.

Bowen, F.C. H.M. Coastguard: The Story of This Important Naval Service from the Earliest Times to the Present Day. [*****], 1928.

Chatterton, E. Keble. King's Cutters and Smugglers, 1700-1855. London: George Allen & Company, Ltd., 1912.

Hillary, Sir W. An Appeal to the British Nation, on the Humanity and Policy of Forming a National Institution for the Preservation of Lives and Property from Shipwreck. London: Whittaker 1823.

Kondratas, Ramunas.  Images From the History of the Public Health Service: A Photographic Exhibit. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Public Health Service, 1994.

Mullan, Fitzhugh.  Plagues and Politics: The Story of the United States Public Health Service.  New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1989.

Schmeckebeier, L.F. The Customs Service: Its History, Activities, Organization. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1924.

United States Congress. House. Status of Members of Public Health Service When Serving With Coast Guard, Army, or Navy. H. Rp. 59, 65th Cong., 1st sess., 1917, Serial 7252.

________. Senate. Status of Members of Public Health Service When Serving With Coast Guard, Army, or Navy. S. Rp. 66, 65th Cong., 1st sess., 1917, Serial 7249.

U.S. Customs and Kindred Services, San Francisco, 1915. San Francisco: U.S. Customs Service 1915; reprint, Washington: Department of the Treasury, U.S. Customs Service, Mar 1988. Historical Study No. 7.. San Francisco: U.S. Customs Service 1915; reprint, Washington: Department of the Treasury, U.S. Customs Service, Mar 1988. Historical Study No. 7.. San Francisco: U.S. Customs Service 1915; reprint, Washington: Department of the Treasury, U.S. Customs Service, Mar 1988. Historical Study No. 7.

United States Department of Commerce. Maritime Administration. The United States Merchant Marine: A Brief History. Washington: U.S. Department of Commerce Maritime Administration, n.d.

Verril, A.H. Smugglers and Smuggling. [*****], 1924.

Williams, N. Contraband Cargoes: Seven Centuries of Smuggling. [*****], 1959.

Williams, Ralph C. The United States Public Health Service 1798-1950. Washington: Commissioned Officers Association of the United States Public Health Service 1951.

Theses & Dissertations:

Barrow, T.C. "Trade and Empire: The British Customs Service in Colonial America, 1660-1775." Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton University 1967.


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