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The Story Of Captain Riley And His Adventures In Africa Etc

Author : James RILEY (Captain.)
ISBN : BL:A0017982484
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Separated By The War

Author : Richard D. Arnold
ISBN : 9781524671150
Genre : Fiction
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Separated by the War: Pirates is the prequel of the Separated by the War series. It is the story of Jonah Riley, from his childhood on the Rock Farm to becoming one of the youngest sea captains, serving as a privateer interdicting pirates and Flower Society on the high seas. He left the sea to raise his family on a secluded farm far from the sea until a skirmish between Yankee and Rebel soldiers seriously injured him and killed his wife and children, and separated him from surviving members of his family. Returning to the sea, he battled the evil Flower Society and other pirates in a never-ending conflict with pirates. Learning of the survival of his children and their conflict with the Flower Society, he pursues them across the war-torn US continent. The previous books are Separated by the War: The Cave, Separated by the War: Steamboats, and Separated by the War: Wagontrains. The stories tell of the separation of the Riley family on their secluded farm, the rescue of the twin boys to be raised in the North and South, Jonah’s survival and return to the sea, and the mysterious survival and adventures of June Riley in her search for her uncle in the high desert in the Big Bend country of Texas and on to the high Rocky Mountains.

Report S To E Dupuy De Lome Spanish Minister Report To The Spanish Legation With Reference To The Legal Aspect Of Hostilities Committed By Vessels Specially Adapted Within The United States To Warlike Uses And By Military Expeditions And Enterprises Carried On From The Territory Of The United States Against The Spanish Dominion In Cuba During The Present Insurrection July 1896

Author : Calderon Carlisle
ISBN : PRNC:32101038177216
Genre : Cuba
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American Slaves And African Masters

Author : C. Sears
ISBN : 9781137295033
Genre : History
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Whether by falling prey to Algerian corsairs or crashing onto the desert shores of Western Sahara, a handful of Americans in the first years of the Republic found themselves enslaved in a system that differed so markedly from nineteenth century U.S. slavery that some contemporaries and modern scholars hesitate to categorize their experiences as 'slavery.' Sears uses a comparative approach, placing African enslavement of Americans and Europeans in the context of Mediterranean and Ottoman slaveries, while individually investigating the system of slavery in Algiers and Western Sahara. This work illuminates the commonalities and peculiarities of these slaveries, while contributing to a growing body of literature that showcases the flexibility of slavery as an institution.

Captain Riley

Author : Fernando Gamboa Gonzalez
ISBN : 1503951480
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It's 1941, and Captain Alexander M. Riley and his crew of deep-sea treasure hunters believe they're setting off on yet another adventure--to find a mysterious artifact off the coast of Morocco for an enigmatic millionaire with questionable motives. Part-time smugglers, world travelers, and expats who have fought causes both valiant and doomed, Riley and his crew soon find themselves in the crosshairs of a deal much more dangerous than the one they bargained for. From Spain to Morocco to an Atlantic crossing that leads to Washington, DC, Captain Riley must sail his ship, the Pingarrón, straight through the eye of a ruthless squall and into a conspiracy that goes by the name Operation Apokalypse--a storm that only he and his crew can navigate.

Shipwrecks Of Florida

Author : Steven D. Singer
ISBN : 1561641634
Genre : History
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-- Over 2,100 shipwrecks from the 16th century to the present; the most comprehensive listing now available -- Arranged primarily by geographical section of the state. Within sections, wrecks are arranged chronologically -- Extensive and heavily illustrated appendices offer a wealth of information on topics of interest to divers and researchers

Chronicles Of The Sea Or Faithful Narratives Of Shipwrecks Fires Famines And Disasters Incidental To A Life Of Maritime Enterprise

Author : Chronicles of the sea
ISBN : OXFORD:591089237
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The Portico

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The Reformer

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The Missouri Expedition 1818 1820

Author : John Gale
ISBN : 9780806153810
Genre : History
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Repeated clashes between American fur traders and the Plains Indians following the War of 1812 lent urgency to demands that the United States government protect its territory in the West. To remedy the situation, Secretary of War John C. Calhoun planned a military occupation of the upper Mississippi and Missouri River valleys through a cordon of army posts stretching from Green Bay on the Great Lakes west to Montana. Calhoun projected a troop movement, called the Yellowstone Expedition, that grew from one expedition to three—the Missouri, the Mississippi, and the Scientific Expeditions. The Missouri Expedition, described in this volume, was the first venture to implement Calhoun’s plan. During the summer of 1818 the expedition, under the command of Colonel Thomas A. Smith, traveled up the Missouri River in keelboats to Cow Island, near present-day Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where a winter camp was built. Defiant bands of American Indians robbed the soldiers of horses, guns, boats, and food, also attacking white traders and messengers along the river. In February 1819, Calhoun appointed Colonel Henry Atkinson, the most experienced officer of the Rifle Regiment, to the command. By summer the troops continued upriver to Council Bluffs, where they built Cantonment Missouri. Expedition surgeon John Gale’s account of the Missouri Expedition captures the color and excitement of exploration while revealing the grinding effort and stark hardship of army life in the early nineteenth century. Editor Roger L. Nichols, who established the authorship of the journal, includes expedition letters and military orders to enhance Gale’s authentic narrative.

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