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Brass and copper items recovered from the sunken city of Port Royal: May 1, 1966-March 31, 1968

Robert F. Marx

Brass and copper items recovered from the sunken city of Port Royal: May 1, 1966-March 31, 1968

by Robert F. Marx

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Published by Jamaica National Trust Commission in Kingston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Port Royal (Jamaica),
  • Jamaica,
  • Port Royal.
    • Subjects:
    • Brasswork -- Jamaica -- Port Royal.,
    • Port Royal (Jamaica)

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Robert F. Marx.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1895.P6 M28
      The Physical Object
      Pagination103 p.
      Number of Pages103
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5082956M
      LC Control Number74154026

      Smith, Horane Port Royal: Port Royal: Pirates of Paradise. The once infamous Jamaican pirate city comes alive in this new novel based on the legendary pirates of this partially sunken city, the home of Sir Henry Morgan. Tripod Create Couldntsignup Page Hosting Lycos Shopping Please Requested Lycoscom Tripodcomwebsite. set off for Panama almost exactly a year before. Abandoning their vessels and landing on May 1, the main party—without the injured Wafer, who had been left behind in the care of the Indians—reached the Caribbean twenty-three days and miles later. But that, with Dampier's subsequent adventures, is .

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Brass and copper items recovered from the sunken city of Port Royal: May 1, 1966-March 31, 1968 by Robert F. Marx Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Silver and Pewter Recovered from the Sunken City of Port Royal, Jamaica, May 1. Ma Robert F. Marx. Carribbean Research Institute, College of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, U.S. Vir gin Islands, No pagination; no price given. This report comprises nine pages of text and eighty-two of drawings, the latter illus.

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