The book I wrote for our Kemptville Pirates Day event is now available at the Pearce Heritage Research Associates website. You’ll find it at the bottom of our Links page at: http://www.pearceheritageresearch.ca/links.php.
You’ll learn some interesting facts about Blackbeard the Pirate. I also look at some of the legends about Blackbeard, and provide you with some links to additional resources, including primary sources, to learn more about one of history’s most infamous buccaneers. The free ebook contains a complete transcription of the chapter about Blackbeard (Edward Teach) from Captain Charles Johnson‘s 1724 book.
There is no charge for this ebook, however, if you like what you read, please like us on Facebook and follow us here on WordPress. I still have copies of the original print version if anyone is interested. Contact me using the Contact Us section of the PHRA website.
Enjoy! Ahoy, avast, and all that!
- Kemptville Pirate’s Day (brennapearce.wordpress.com)
Pearce Heritage Research Associates will be attending Kemptville’s 2nd annual Pirate’s Day on Saturday, September 15, 2012! The featured pirate this year is Blackbeard. To commemorate this event, PHRA has produced a 56-page booklet about Blackbeard the Pirate, aka Captain Edward Teach. The booklet will be available at the event, and we will make it available on our website at www.pearceheritageresearch.ca in PDF format after September 15.
We invite all our friends and clients to attend this day of family fun, magic, music, and more. Meet Captain Jack Sparrow! Meet Blackbeard and sign up for his crew to receive your certificate as an official crew member!
Visit http://sohohesol.dyndns.org/KemptvillePirateDays/index.html the official website of Kemptville Pirate’s Day to learn more!