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January 2012:

Jan. 1 - Auld Lang Syne: New Year’s Eve/Day

Jan. 5 - The Cunarder: Arthur Henry Rostron

Jan. 12 - “There Is Jackson Standing Like A Stonewall”: Thomas ‘Stonewall’ Jackson

Jan. 19 – “You Have Sunk My Ship!”: RMS Empress of Ireland

Jan. 25 -Aboard the Museum Ship: USS LST-325

Jan. 26 - Captured: Olive Ann Oatman

February 2012:

Feb. 2 - “It Was Sweeping Up From Below Like a Tornado”: SS General Slocum

Feb. 9 – Unconventional: William Tecumseh Sherman

Feb. 17 – Perils On the Sea: The Pendleton and Fort Mercer

Feb. 23 – The Carrier: ‘Typhoid’ Mary Mallon

March 2012:

Mar. 1 - The Cranky Lady: The SS Eastland

Mar. 8 – A Turbulent Life: Crazy Horse

Mar. 15 – There’s People in the River: SS Sultana

Mar. 22 – “A Wholesale Calamity”: The Irish Potato Famine

Mar. 25 – New Harmony & Spring

Mar. 29 – Off the Jersey Coast: SS Morro Castle

April 2012:

Apr. 5 – “Worse Than Dust and Nothing”: Florence Nightingale

Apr. 12 – First and Foremost A Sailor: Charles Herbert Lightoller

Apr. 15 - Big Changes: Harland & Wolff and the White Star Line

Apr. 15 – Guest Post Notification

Apr. 19 – The Midnight Patriot: Paul Revere

Apr. 21 –  The Elusive Lady: The Discovery and Exploration of RMS Titanic

Apr. 26 – On the Radar: The SS Andrea Doria and M/S Stockholm

May 2012:

May 3 – Log Cabin President?: William Henry Harrison

May 10 – Setting Sail: Irish Immigration During the Potato Famine

May 17 – But One Life: Nathan Hale

May 24 – Destination Disaster: SS City of Benares

May 25 – Eight Days: Lifeboat 12

May 31 – The Fighting Quaker: Nathanael Greene

June 2012:

June 7 - Collision in the Narrows: Halifax Explosion

June 14 – “Last of the Puritans”: Samuel Adams

June 21 – Recipe for Disaster: Search and Rescue in the Blizzard of ‘78

June 28 – “All Wiped Out!”: Wellington Avalanche

July 2012:

July 5 – The American Viking: David Glasgow Farragut

July 12 – Father of the American Artillery: Henry Knox

July 19 – Castaways: Shipwrecked on Auckland Island

July 26 – Hero of Two Worlds: Marquis de Lafayette

August 2012:

Aug. 2 – Sea Rogue: SS Flying Enterprise

Aug. 9 - The Welsh Explorer: Henry Morton Stanley

Aug. 16 – A Superior Menace: SS Mataafa

Aug. 23 – The Prussian Rebel: Baron de Steuben

Aug. 30 - The Life and Death of a Steamer: SS Republic

September 2012:

Sep. 6 – The Disgraced Hero: “Light Horse Harry” Henry Lee

Sep. 13 – Over the Sea and Far Away: The Catalpa and Fenians

Sep. 20 – The Hungry Blaze: The Peshtigo Fire

Sep. 27 – 4,300 Miles: The Clipper Hornet and Her Survivors

October 2012:

Oct. 4 – The Father of His Country: George Washington

Oct. 11 – At the Mercy of the Sea: SS Central America

Oct. 18 – After Livingstone: Henry Morton Stanley’s Later Life

Oct. 21 – Map of Time’s Anniversary: A Year on the Web

Oct. 25 – Horror in the Pacific: USS Indianapolis

November 2012:

Nov. 1 - First Lady: Martha Dandridge Custis Washington

Nov. 8 – “We Have Been Stoved By a Whale” : Whaler Essex

Nov. 15 – On the Run: Geronimo

Nov. 22 – Deserted: USS Juneau

Nov. 29 – Marse Robert: Robert Edward Lee

December 2012: 

Dec. 6 – Seventy Days: SS Anglo-Saxon

Dec. 10 – The Famous and Infamous

Dec. 13 – The Outsider: Alexander Hamilton

Dec. 20 - Christmas Tree Ships: Schuenemann Brothers

Dec. 27 – Indomitable: Sitting Bull

Dec. 31 – Map of Time—The Year in Review