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The Brig Okenbury By william scarratt
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An account of the brig Okenbury, of 247 tons burthen, built in Salcombe in 1869, broken up in Victoria, Australia in 1931
Dream your life, then live your dream By Brig Brown
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Celebrating Thanksgiving every day and living an attitude of gratitude...this is the only way to prosper and be happy.
Face of the flower By Brig Brown
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Looking at the faces of the flowers with wonder for the beauty surrounding us, and gratitude for the ability to see all of it.
The Winkle Brig Book By martin cartwright
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A handbook on owning, sailing and modifying a Winkle Brig trailer-sailer.
Shipwreck of The Brig Betsey of Wiscasset, Maine By Daniel Collins
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In 1825, a brig named Betsey sailed from Wiscasset, Maine to cuba with a cargo load of lumber. When it arrived in Cruz del Padre, near Cuba it was overtaken by pirates. Seven men were on the crew... More > and during their apparent execution by the pirates two of the men escaped. This is the first hand details by one of the men how he escaped and the torture he suffered. He swam nine mailes in the open ocean, was befriended by a Spanish magistrate, attacked by robbers, almost kidnapped again by pirates and eventually rescued by the magistrates family. This is his story written by him as he returned to Maine to file a report on his capture and escape and the capture of the brig. It is a must read for pirate lovers.< Less
Shipwreck of The Brig Betsey of Wiscasset, Maine By Daniel Collins
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In 1825, a brig named Betsey sailed from Wiscasset, Maine to cuba with a cargo load of lumber. When it arrived in Cruz del Padre, near Cuba it was overtaken by pirates. Seven men were on the crew... More > and during their apparent execution by the pirates two of the men escaped. This is the first hand details by one of the men how he escaped and the torture he suffered. He swam nine mailes in the open ocean, was befriended by a Spanish magistrate, attacked by robbers, almost kidnapped again by pirates and eventually rescued by the magistrates family. This is his story written by him as he returned to Maine to file a report on his capture and escape and the capture of the brig. It is a must read for pirate lovers.< Less
South Carolina in the Confederacy By Brig.Gen. Ellison Capers
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This is a reprint of book 5 of the Confederate Military History series detailing all of the action and events that took place in South Carolina during the Civil War.
South Carolina in the Confederacy By Brig.Gen. Ellison Capers
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This is a reprint of book 5 of the Confederate Military History series detailing all of the action and events that took place in South Carolina during the Civil War.
South Carolina In The Confederacy By Brig.Gen. Ellison Capers
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This is a reprint of book 5 of the Confederate Military History series detailing all of the action and events that took place in South Carolina during the Civil War.
An Authentic Narrative of the Loss of the American Brig Commerce By Captain James Riley
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Captain Riley’s ship, the Commerce, was sailing from Gibraltar to the Cape Verde Islands when it was lost in fog and wrecked on the west Moroccan coast. There, they were seized by passing... More > Berbers, who, after taking their food and pouring out their drinking water, carried the white men off deep into the Sahara desert. The book tells in shocking detail the events before and after their capture by marauding Sahrawi natives, and their mistreatment, which included beatings, heat exposure, and starvation (to the point where they were forced to drink their own urine just to stay alive). Captain Riley’s detailed and horrifying descriptions of his experiences at the hands of the slave trading Muslims of North Africa, typified the treatment suffered by more than a million Europeans who were captured by the Barbary pirates. This valuable account bears witness to a part of history that is now largely suppressed or ignored.< Less