Pirates in the Caribbean Adventured through Wordwaves.com

Before the films, pirates roamed and plundered through the Caribbean as written about at Wordwaves.com.
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May 31, 2011 - PRLog -- Noble Prize winning authors and others have found pirates and the Caribbean a popular topic choice when writing literature. Many books and novels have been written about the pirates such as Blackbeard and Henry Morgan. The main target of pirates was the Spanish coast and it’s boats. The Spanish galleons were bringing gold and treasure back from the new world to Spain. These galleons were constant being attacked mainly by British pirates and buccaneers.

Be thrilled by writers of such caliber like Mark Twain, James M Barrie and others at http://www.wordwaves.com/pirates-quotes.

Caribbean Adventures

Sir John Hawkins and Sir Francis Drake roamed the Caribbean. Were they really pirates or privateers licensed by the King and Queens of England? Did the tropical waters of the ocean provide a safe haven for these adventurers amongst the many islands? Of course other pirates were also attracted such as Dutch, Welsh, Scottish, Irish and French buccaneers.

Be lost in the warm waters of the Caribbean as the pirates plunder and the seas run red at http://www.wordwaves.com/caribbean-books

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James M Barrie (1911) 
Peter Pan said:
" Then was heard a crowing sound which was well understood by the boys, but to the pirates was almost more eerie than the screech. "

Frank Richard Stockton (1898) 
Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coasts said:
" Again and again he made his measurements, and every time that he came to the end of his second seven paces, he found that it would have been impossible for the pirates to make their excavation there. "

Miles Franklin (1901) 
My Brilliant Career said:
" She was one of the Bossiers of Caddagat, who numbered among their ancestry one of the depraved old pirates who pillaged England with William the Conqueror. "

Jules Verne (1869) 
20000 Leagues Under the Seas said:
" It obviously didn't want to frequent the waves of the Gulf of Mexico or the Caribbean Sea. "
Frank Richard Stockton (1898) 
Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coasts said:
" Thus, although Bartholemy called himself a flibustier, he was really a buccaneer, and his name came to be known all over the Caribbean Sea. "

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