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by Inez Roskos,Cliff Gardner
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  • Author:
    Inez Roskos,Cliff Gardner
  • ISBN:
    0931948096
  • ISBN13:
    978-0931948091
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  • Publisher:
    Peachtree Publishers; First edition (1980)
  • Pages:
    88 pages
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  • Rating:
    4.2
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Black Caesar (died 1718) was a legendary 18th-century African pirate. The legends say that for nearly a decade, he raided shipping from the Florida Keys and later served as one of Captain Blackbeard's, . Edward Teach's, crewmen aboard.

Black Caesar (died 1718) was a legendary 18th-century African pirate. Edward Teach's, crewmen aboard the Queen Anne's Revenge. He was one of the surviving members of Blackbeard's crew following his death at the hands of Lieutenant Robert Maynard in 1718.

Black Caesar, Pirate by Cliff Gardner Illustrated by Inez Roskos Printed in 1980 by Peachtree Publishers This book appears to be. .

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The 1980 book Black Caesar, Pirate by Cliff Gardner, is a work of fiction, but appears to have been confused with fact. Atlanta: Peachtree Publishers, 1980. Ferlinghetti, Lawrence. City Lights Anthology. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1974. McCarthy, Kevin M. Twenty Florida Pirates. Florida's Fabulous Treasures by Jeffrey Kramer. The Pirate's Realm: Black Caesar.

Henri Caesar, also known as Black Caesar, (fl. 1791-1830) was allegedly a 19th century Haitian revolutionary and pirate. Efforts to find historical evidence of his existence have been unsuccessful. According to works of fiction, he was a participant in the Haitian Revolution under Dutty Boukman and Toussaint Louverture as well as active in piracy for nearly a 30-year period during the early 19th century.

A fictionalized account of the early career of Henri Caesar, a black slave from Haiti, who became a powerful pirate in the Caribbean in the 18th century.

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Great!
Rolling Flipper
This is a great tale. Even though written primarily for children, it is still a great imagining of what life might have been like for a black pirate in the late 1700s. Also very well illustrated. Would love to see the book made into a movie.