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History of the Maritime Administration

History of the Maritime Administration

Articles

  • The Ships of Mallows Bay: Mallows Bay is a small bay off of the Potomac River near Washington, DC.  This article explores the origin of the many ships wrecked there, and their connection to the Maritime Administration.
  • MARAD's Response to Hurricane Sandy: Learn about MARAD vessels and agency personnel who provided valuable assistance to FEMA in the New York metropolitan area after Hurricane Sandy in the Fall of 2012.  

Bibliography

United States Merchant Marine History Bibliography: A list of published works describing the history of the United States merchant marine in the 20th century.

Last updated: Friday, November 6, 2020