Blackbeard LIVES

Bourne, Jr., Joel K.
July 2006
National Geographic;Jul2006, Vol. 210 Issue 1, p146
The article discusses research into the life of the legendary pirate Blackbeard. Archaeologists have recovered several items from wrecked ships along the North Carolina coast, such as cannon balls and bells; they are using these objects to gain more insight into the lives of pirates. Several theories into the legacy of Blackbeard are provided by researchers and re-enactors.


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