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Expedition Whydah: The Story of the World's First Excavation of a Pirate…

by Barry Clifford

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Obsessed by a boyhood dream of lost pirate treasure, Barry Clifford launched a search for the pirate ship Whydah which supposedly was wrecked on the coast of Cape Cod. He soon realized he had taken on a duanting task which had defeated many before him.Effortlessly weaving pirate Black Sam Bellamy's history with his own story, Clifford tells a story of pursuit and perseverance, one that shows our inseperable link to the stories of our childhood as well as our connections to the historic past.… (more)
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I spent much of my childhood following my uncle Bill around Cape Cod.
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Obsessed by a boyhood dream of lost pirate treasure, Barry Clifford launched a search for the pirate ship Whydah which supposedly was wrecked on the coast of Cape Cod. He soon realized he had taken on a duanting task which had defeated many before him.Effortlessly weaving pirate Black Sam Bellamy's history with his own story, Clifford tells a story of pursuit and perseverance, one that shows our inseperable link to the stories of our childhood as well as our connections to the historic past.

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