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Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coasts

Frank R. Stockton (1834-1902)

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1. 01 – The Bold Buccaneers
2. 02 – Some Masters in Piracy
3. 03 – Pupils in Piracy
4. 04 – Peter the Great
5. 05 – The Story of a Pearl Pirate
6. 06 – The Surprising Adventures of Bartholemy Portuguez
7. 07 – The Pirate who could not Swim
8. 08 How Bartholemy Rested Himself
9. 09 A Pirate Author
10. 10 – The Story or Roc, the Brazilian
11. 11 – A Buccaneer Boom
12. 12 – The Story of L’Olonnois the Cruel
13. 13 – A Resurrected Pirate
14. 14 – Villany on a Grand Scale
15. 15 – A Just Reward
16. 16 – A Pirate Potentate
17. 17 – How Morgan was helped by Some Religious People
18. 18 – A Piratical Aftermath
19. 19 – A Tight Place for Morgan
20. 20 – The Story of a High-Minded Pirate
21. 21 – Exit Buccaneer; Enter Pirate
22. 22 – The Great Blackbeard comes upon the Stage
23. 23 – A True-Hearted Sailor draws his Sword
24. 24 – A Greenhorn under the Black Flag
25. 25 – Bonnet again to the Front
26. 26 – The Battle of the Sand Bars
27. 27 – A Six Weeks’ Pirate
28. 28 – The Story of Two Women Pirates
29. 29 – A Pirate from Boyhood
30. 30 – The Pirate of the Gulf
31. 31 – The Pirate of the Buried Treasure
32. 32 – The Real Captain Kidd

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Summary

Buccaneers and Pirates of our Coasts is a non-fiction, rolicking story of the origins of piracy and of the famous pirates of the coasts of the United States. The stories don’t cast pirates in the glowing light of modern day renditions – in Stockton’s stories, pirates are bad guys! – but the dramatic style makes them good fun to read, anyway! (Summary by Sibella Denton)

Reviews

Amanda

- A very progressive book

This book is a woke American progressive's dream book. It manages to "subtly" criticize aspects of American history from a safe distance of about a couple hundred years in the future, while managing to maintain a facade of respect for the historical figures involved.