A Thousand Years of PiratesBook - 2009
From the days of the Vikings to the present and in all the oceans of the world, pirates have made their presence known and feared. Recorded here are their stories along with striking images of ships, storms at sea, and secret harbors where "black ships" could be re-stocked and refitted.
Award-winning author and artist William Gilkerson has spent years researching and painting their colorful history. From the terrible Black Beard to the fascinating Granuaile, or Grace O'Malley as the English called her, they have come to life under his brush. One can almost hear the creak of timbers, the snap of canvas while turning the pages. This gift book is a rich treasure in its own right.
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Pirates and buccaneers have been around for a long, long time, and they’ve actually changed the course of history. Climb aboard and read the fascinating stories of some of the most feared, famous (and not-so-famous pirates) of all!
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