Patterns Of Pillage: A Geography Of Caribbean Based Piracy In Spanish America, 1536 1718
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Patterns Of Pillage: A Geography Of Caribbean Based Piracy In Spanish America, 1536 1718

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Patterns of Pillage offers a fresh, geographical perspective on the story of piracy in and around the Caribbean. It focuses on places associated with the sea rovers of Spanish America: routes, targets, hideaways, rendezvous, and island strongholds. Why did pirates-the likes of Francis Drake, Henry Morgan, and Blackbeard-haunt particular places? How did their spatial strate...more
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Published August 23rd 2000 by Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften (first published 1998)
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