Captain William Kidd

gentleman or buccaneer? by Clarence P. Milligan

Publisher: Dorrance & Company in Philadelphia

Written in English
Published: Pages: 170 Downloads: 680
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  • Kidd, William, d. 1701.

Edition Notes

StatementBy Clarence Milligan.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsG537.K5 M5
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. l., 9-170 p.
Number of Pages170
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6282874M
LC Control Number32033374
OCLC/WorldCa4392559

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Fortune seekers have hunted his buried treasure in vain through succeeding centuries. Kidd’s early career is obscure. Plot. The book opens in on the wild border between Texas and Indian Territory, where year-old girl has been released after four years of captivity.

Kiowa raiders had killed her family and taken her hostage. The girl is entrusted to year-old Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd, who agrees to return her to Castroville, Texas, where her aunt and uncle live. Legends persist about Captain Kidd and the Captain William Kidd book some believe he buried in the Caribbean, and he remains one of history's most famous and fascinating pirates.

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State Trials of Mary, Queen of Scots, Sir Walter Raleigh, and Captain William Kidd: Condensed and Copied from the State Trials of Francis Hargrave, Esq., London,and of T. Howell. During his life and even after his death, Captain William Kidd's name was known around England and the American colonies.

He was infamous for the very crime for which he was hanged, piracy. This book by Rebecca Simon dives into the details of the two-year manhunt for Captain Kidd and the events that ensued afterward.

Captain William Kidd has been remembered for over years as a pirate and his name is synonymous with piracy today, but he was far from the most bloodthirsty or.

‎Kidd, reviled as a bloodthirsty pirate, was a Scottish-born minister's son who may actually have been innocent of piracy but was certainly hanged for it. Based on official admiralty records, this volume offers an astonishing glimpse into the world of 17th-century piracy, the English judicial system.

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Kidd was actually a tough New York sea captain hired to chase pirates, a married war hero whose secret mission took a spectacularly bad turn. This harrowing tale traces Kidd's voyages in the s from his home near Wall Street to Whitehall Palace in London, from the ports of the Caribbean to a secret pirate paradise off : Hachette Books.

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Some modern historians deem his piratical reputation unjust, as there is evidence that Kidd acted only as a privateer. Above: A fanciful painting of Captain Kidd in New York Harbor, by Jean-Leon Gerome Ferris, Notice Fort James (former Fort Amsterdam) and the adjoining windmill in the background.

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Professor Ritchie has accomplished the impossible when he wrote the biography of Captain Kidd, since pirates are obscure figures in history and all the facts known about them has to be uncovered and separated from thousands of s: Howard Pyle illustration of pirates burying Captain Kidd's treasure, from Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates.

Buried treasure is a literary trope commonly associated with depictions of pirates.