Pirate Ship Artifacts Now on Display

January 1991
Provincetown Arts;1991, Vol. 7, p129
Highlights the pirate-themed museum exhibition at Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum in Massachusetts. Collection of artifacts from the pirate ship Whydah; Details on the identity of the shipwreck discovered by Cape Cod native Barry Clifford in 1984; Description of artifacts on display.


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