February 2016
Sea Classics;Feb2016, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p54
The article presents a tale of suffering and misadventures of Capt. Barnabas Lincoln and his crew when their Boston schooner named Exertion was attacked by pirates lead by Nikola in early 19th century.


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