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On Oct. 25, Angus Konstam, historian and pirate expert, led an audience of Greenville community members and East Carolina Univerity faculty, staff and students through a brief history of the pirate Blackbeard during his discussion, "Blackbeard at 300: New Findings on North Carolina's Most (In)famous
On Oct. 25, Angus Konstam, historian and pirate expert, led an audience of Greenville community members and East Carolina Univerity faculty, staff and students through a brief history of the pirate Blackbeard during his discussion, "Blackbeard at 300: New Findings on North Carolina's Most (In)famous
 
It's a great year to be a pirate! Join us for the 300th anniversary this year of Blackbeards final battle
It's a great year to be a pirate! Join us for the 300th anniversary this year of Blackbeards final battle
 
From Black Beard to the Revolution is a historical fiction novel about the early years of Bath County, North Carolina. This book is filled with intrigue and adventure about the infamous pirate Black Beard, his friends, family and those who shaped the early history of Eastern North Carolina.
From Black Beard to the Revolution is a historical fiction novel about the early years of Bath County, North Carolina. This book is filled with intrigue and adventure about the infamous pirate Black Beard, his friends, family and those who shaped the early history of Eastern North Carolina.
 
Blackbeard Coffee Roasters is coming to Uptown Greenville this fall
 
Serving on the vestry of Saint Thomas Parish in Bath with the (supposedly hanged) pirate, Edward Salter is Blackbeard's widow's second husband, John Barrow.
Serving on the vestry of Saint Thomas Parish in Bath with the (supposedly hanged) pirate, Edward Salter is Blackbeard's widow's second husband, John Barrow.
 
Blackbeard, if not a native son of the Bath area, was an adopted son with blood relatives living in the area. He had the trust of the local families. He organized a core of about 20 men from the Bath area. The majority of these men were connected by blood.
Blackbeard, if not a native son of the Bath area, was an adopted son with blood relatives living in the area. He had the trust of the local families. He organized a core of about 20 men from the Bath area. The majority of these men were connected by blood.
 
Settlement of he Pamlico area of eastern North Carolina was first attempted by the English when the Lost Colony was established on Roanoke Island in 1585.
Settlement of he Pamlico area of eastern North Carolina was first attempted by the English when the Lost Colony was established on Roanoke Island in 1585.
 
The February issue of Smithsonian has a most interesting story for me: "The Last Days of Blackbeard" by Colin Woodard gives a brief overview of things discovered in about the last 10-20 years of contemporary research.
The February issue of Smithsonian has a most interesting story for me: "The Last Days of Blackbeard" by Colin Woodard gives a brief overview of things discovered in about the last 10-20 years of contemporary research.
 
If you've spent any time learning about pirates, you've likely heard of Blackbeard. Author Kevin Duffus says what you think you know about Blackbeard might be very different...
If you've spent any time learning about pirates, you've likely heard of Blackbeard. Author Kevin Duffus says what you think you know about Blackbeard might be very different...
 
During the early 1700s, the Pirate Blackbeard terrorized the seas off the coast of North Carolina and became a notorious villain. His vessel, The Queen Anne's Revenge, was as equally infamous.
During the early 1700s, the Pirate Blackbeard terrorized the seas off the coast of North Carolina and became a notorious villain. His vessel, The Queen Anne's Revenge, was as equally infamous.
 
His administration is known for bringing more control to the colony. Sixty-one laws were passed, including provisions punishing libel against public officials and participants in riots.
His administration is known for bringing more control to the colony. Sixty-one laws were passed, including provisions punishing libel against public officials and participants in riots.
 
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