2017 John Lyman Book Awards

The following are the winners of the John Lyman Book Awards for 2017. They were presented at the Annual Conference of the North American Society for Oceanic History on May 24, 2018. Congratulations!!!

John Lyman Books Awards, 2017

Committee:

Paul Fontenoy (chair), North Carolina Maritime Museums

Christine Keiner, Rochester Institute of Technology

Bill Flayhart, University of Delaware (emeritus)

Josh Smith, US Merchant Marine Academy

Dave Winkler, Naval Historical Foundation

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Winner

Jeffers Lennox, Homelands and Empire: Indigenous Spaces, Imperial Fictions, and Competition for Territory in Northeast North America, 1690-1763, University of Toronto Press

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Winner

Gary J. Ohls, American Amphibious Warfare: The Roots of Tradition to 1865, Naval Institute Press

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Honorable Mention

Donald M. Kehn, Jr., In the Highest Degree Tragic: The Sacrifice of the U.S. Asiatic Fleet in the East Indies during World War II, University of Nebraska Press

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Winner

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Honorable Mention

William M. Fowler, Jr., Steam Titans: Cunard, Collins, and the Epic Battle for Commerce on the North Atlantic, Bloomsbury Publishing Inc.

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Honorable Mention

Robert P. Watson, The Ghost Ship of Brooklyn: An Untold Story of the American Revolution, Da Capo Press

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Charles W.J. Withers, Zero Degrees: Geographies of the Prime Meridien, Harvard University Press

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Honorable Mention

Peter Wadhams, A Farewell to Ice: A Report from the Arctic, Oxford University Press

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Honorable Mention

Alicia Caporaso (ed.), Formation Processes of Maritime Archaeological Landscapes, Society for historical Archaeology/Springer Publishing Company

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Sheila Johnson Kindred, Jane Austen’s Transatlantic Sister: The Life and Letters of Fanny Palmer Austen, McGill-Queen’s University Press

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Honorable Mention

Stan Grayson, A Man for All Oceans: Captain Joshua Slocum and the First Solo Voyage Around the World, Tilbury House Publishers/New Bedford Whaling Museum