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Published: 2000

Author: Alexander O. Exquemelin

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Size: 240 Pages

ISBN: 048640966X

The Buccaneers of America

Few could provide the insight into the life and times of Captain Henry Morgan like Alexander Exquemelin. His first hand account of the voyages of one of histories most successful privateers provides a unique perspective. The book includes other contemporaries of Morgan's as well, but the authors front row seat as ship's doctor for Morgan's South American exploits truly makes this historic account a must read.

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