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Pirate Encyclopedia: Edward "Blackbeard" Teach
Edward Teach strove for a powerful, fearsome reputation which is how he became most famously known as the pirate "Blackbeard." Although he went by the names ...
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Pirate Encyclopedia: George Lowther
But for Captain George Lowther, an illustrious pirate with an intense, if not somewhat short career, he careened his ship one time too many. ...
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Pirate Encyclopedia: Barbary Coast Pirates
The Barbary Coast Pirates preyed upon ships and coastal settlements for several hundred years, from the time of the Crusades until the early nineteenth ...
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Age of Pirates Games: Pirate Tiles
Age of Pirates Games: Pirate Tiles. Copyright 2006 CleverMedia. More Games. NEW. N. Pirates's Cove. Scurvey Bay. e. t. a. r. i. P. S. E. L. I. T ...
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Age of Pirates
Includes articles and biographies of various famous pirates, pirate-themed games, and a pirate jokes.
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Pirate Encyclopedia: Pirate Ships
Jamaican made sloops were favored by pirates and had a widely-known reputation for being fast, capable seafaring ships. The "cutter," a variation of the ...
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Age of Pirates
Includes articles and biographies of various famous pirates, pirate-themed games, and a pirate jokes.
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Age of Pirates
Includes articles and biographies of various famous pirates, pirate-themed games, and a pirate jokes.
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Pirate Encyclopedia: Pirate Ships
The ultimate multipurpose vehicle, the pirate ship was a place to eat, sleep, fight, and attack other ships, enabling the inhabitants to become rich from ...
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Pirate Encyclopedia: Edward "Blackbeard" Teach
Edward Teach strove for a powerful, fearsome reputation which is how he became most famously known as the pirate "Blackbeard." Although he went by the names ...
 
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