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From the Spanish wrecks on the coast of Florida to the death of Blackbeard

(From individual charts that appear in the book)

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Brunswick Town v. Wilmington—1733

Development of the two port towns on the Cape Fear River: Brunswick Town, founded in 1726 and Wilmington, founded in 1733 as opposition to the “Family’s” large investment of Brunswick Town.

Elks Grant reasoning and determinationMe, Anne, and Dawn on the stage of the Lost Colony Playhouse in Manteo, NCFrank Sidbury estate in 1916 on Pender GIS

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Pirates & Slaves: Making AmericaBrunswick Town and Wilmington

The True Story of Edward Thache and His World

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Blackbeard Reconsidered: Mist’s Piracy, Thache’s Genealogy

 

On sale in NC Maritime Museums and other NC Cultural Historic Sites & now on Amazon.com in Kindle format!

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"Baylus C. Brooks has put together a masterpiece about the history of the South... while researching the origins of Blackbeard…” ~ Valerie S.

Now Available as an E-book!

This story had history, science, relationships and a human's struggle to live in a complex world - past, present and future. The characters are very real and believable with a great ending to their fantastic story.  ~ Jackie Wilson

Ichetucknee Springs &

St. Augustine, Florida!

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Cindy Vallar review!

“The best part of it is that the author does not make copious use of Charles Johnson's questionable book, A General History. He relies instead on primary sources and he cites each one meticulously.” ~ Jorg G.

“If you are looking for the ‘total picture’ when it comes to Blackbeard,

this is the book you want to read!” ~ Laura N.

Interview from 21 Feb 2017