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By: "Brown, Douglas"
Publisher: "Derby, CT", 1962
Edition: (1st edition)
"Appears unread but has slight corner bumps to outside corners. Tight, light age tanning of pages, clean except for faint age soil to cover edges, slight curl and tilt. Owner's stamp on front cover. Number written on first free page. ""Anne and Jim (Bonny) shipped out with the notorious Captain Blackbeard, raiding, killing and looting, and establishing their reputations as free-booters who would stop at nothing in their quest for wealth and adventure..."&... View more info
By: "Marti, Jose"
Publisher: "Managua, Nicaragua", 1987
"Tight, bright, clean & square. Rubbed covers, 3 fold page corners, faint age soil to exterior, a few pages with underlining, (1853-1895) written on front cover. Collected writings of Jose Marti including a chronology. Text in Spanish. 469 pages." View more info
Publisher: NY, 2003
"As new except for gift inscription on the title page and a few scratches on the back cover. 107 printed pages + CD. 11x8-1/2x3/8"" (27.5x21.7xx1cm)Celebration ""on the 150th Anniversary of the birth of Jose Marti"" - in twelve languages: Spanish, English, French, Russian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Greek, Portuguese, Hebrew, and Italian- a short biographic sketch, Marti's aphorisms, and comments of world leaders. " View more info
Publisher: "Havana, Cuba", 1975
Edition: (Segunda reimpresion)
As new except for chipped spine edges. A compendium of the political writings of Jose in 1890s Cuba. 392+ pages. Text in Spanish. View more info
By: "Marx, Jennifer"
Publisher: Krieger Publishing Company,
Colorful, cunning, and beholden to no man, pirates have always fascinated us. This book is about some of those sea outlaws -- the pirates and privateers who infested the Caribbean for over three centuries, constituting one of the most fascinating chapters in a three-thousand-year saga of piracy. A select bibliography and index are included. View more info
"As new- gift quality! 24 pages of factual information on Blackbeard, Stede Connet, ""Black Sam"" Bellamy, ""Calico Jack"" Rackham, Charles Vane, Mary Read ann Anne Bonny illustrated with fine art and photos of artifacts on high quality, glossy paper. " View more info
Publisher: NY, c1951
Edition: (1st edition)
"Reading copy. Tight, bright, clean, light tilt. But ultra-thin leather on covers is dried and cracking on spine. Owner's bookplate inside front cover. Dust jacket is present but creased and ripped along bottom edge (tape repaired on inside) with @1x1/2"" piece missing. ""the story of the few years near the beginning of the eighteenth century when conditions combined to make piracy necessary, and to a degree, flourishing..."" 232 indexed pages... View more info
Publisher: "Yarmouth, Nova Scotia", 1980
Edition: (1st English edition)
"Tight, bright, clean interior, light age soil and 2 spots to exterior, faintest curl. Hinge crease. 74 page, staple-bound, annotated pages illustrated with a centerfold map. ""This work is a translated summary of a two-part volume entitled ""Notre Heritage Acadien"" to be published in August 1980."" A detailed history of the Acadians from origins through the diaspora. If you've ever wanted to know the true background of Longfellow's... View more info