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Pirates: fact and fiction

Margarette Lincoln

Pirates: fact and fiction

resource book for teachers key stage 2.

by Margarette Lincoln

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Published by National Maritime Museum in [London] .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL19671606M


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Pirates wanted their share of the loot right away, and they tended to spend it quickly. Also, much of the "loot" collected by pirates was not in the form of silver or gold. Most of it was ordinary trade goods, such as food, lumber, cloth, animal hides, and so on.

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In fact, some argue that Captain Johnson's A General History should actually be considered a fictional novel rather than an historical work. In his book Treasure Neverland: Real and Imaginary Pirates, scholar Neil Rennie argues that the stories in A General History mirror the archetypical .Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates.

Fiction, Fact & Fancy concerning the Buccaneers & Marooners of the Spanish Main: From the writing & Pictures of Howard Pyle: Compiled by Merle Johnson.