The Buccaneers In The West Indies In The XVII Century

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9781440415685: The Buccaneers In The West Indies In The XVII Century
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Sir Christopher Myngs, Montbars the Exterminator, Sir Henry Morgan and Bernard Desjean are just a few of the Buccaneers featured in this well-researched classic. Long out of print and now available with a special Introduction and "Piratologist's Library" bibliography. These special additions are written by noted Piratologist David W. Whitehead, Author of "CryptoQuest Field Guide to Florida Pirates and their Buried Treasure."

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C.H. Haring received his bachelor of arts degree in modern languages from Harvard University in 1907. Selected for a Rhodes Scholarship in 1907, he studied under Professor Sir Charles Harding Firth at Oxford University from 1907-1910, where he was a member of New College. Under Firth's guidance, Haring produced his first book on The Buccaneers in the West Indies in the XVII Century. This research laid the ground work for Haring's life long work on the history of the Spanish Empire and in Latin America. While at Oxford, Haring also studied briefly at the Humboldt University of Berlin in 1909. David W. Whitehead is the founder of CryptoQuest, an organization dedicated to the study of all things "hidden" (Fortean phenomena, the paranormal, lost civilizations, cryptozoology, etc.) He has personally led expeditions into Florida swamps and Islands to search for buried treasure and archaeological mysteries. He majored in Archaeology, studied Cryptozoology and is one of the world's first Cryptoarchaeologists. He has investigated the hidden secrets of the swamps and rivers of Florida, the jungles of Central America, deserts of Peru and the crypts and castles of Europe.

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