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Transcript of Pirates
first international laws
Golden Age Privateers government vessels
boucan (dried meat) Myth or Reality peg leg
“walk the plank”
Captain Morgan Pirate Literature Treasure Island
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Long John Silver
by Daniel Defoe Jolly Roger flag of the pirates
“pretty red” in French
another name for Devil Calico Jack (1682-1720) Pirates Captain Kidd (1645-1701) Blackbeard Pirate History skull and crossbones
quarter or no quarter
red- no quarter Calico Jack (1682-1720) Captain Kidd (1645-1701) (1680-1718) (1680-1718) Blackbeard John Rackham
public hanging famous crew
Mary Read William Kidd
buried treasure 'Execution Dock'
400 years Edward Teach or Thatch
Queen Anne's Revenge
La Concorde de Nantes hemp cord fuses
salt-peter and lime
hanging head Bibliography Bibliography Barrie, J.M. Peter and Wendy. (Originally Published: London, 1911).Published by the Penguin
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Boot, Max. Pirates, Then and Now. In: Foreign Affairs, Vol 88 Issue 4, 2009.
Burg, B.R. Sodomy and the Pirate Tradition: English Sea Rovers in the Seventeenth Century
Caribbean. New York University Press, 1984. New York, NY.
Calvin, Sydney. The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson. London Free Press, 1902. London, UK.
Cordingly, David. Under theBlack Flag: The Romance and the Reality of Life Among Pirates.
Random House Trade Paperback, 1996. New York, NY.
Dampier, William. Dampier’s Voyages. (Originally Published: London, 1906). Edited by John
Masefield, Toronto Free Press, 1972. Toronto, Canada. Defoe, Daniel. The Life and Strange Surprising Adventure of Robinson Crusoe.
(Originally Published: London, 1719). 11th Edition, Edited by Thomas Keymer. Oxford University Press, 2007. London, UK.
Johnson, Captain Charles. A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the Most
Notorious Pirates. (Originally Published: London, 1724). 9th Edition, Edited by Manuel Schonhorn. Conway Maritime Press, 1998. London, UK.
Paine, Ralph. The Book of Buried Treasure. Published by Project Gutenberg, 1999. New York,
Phillips, Alexandra. The Changing Portrayal of Pirates in Children’s Literature. In: New
Review of Children’s Literature and Librarianship, Vol 17 Issue 1. 2011.
Ritchie, Robert C. Pirates: Myths and Realities. University of Minnesota, 1986. Minneapolis,