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The macuahuitl (maquahuitl) was arguably the most fearsome Aztec weapon. This one- or two-handed Aztec sword used obsidian blades to devastating effect on the...

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Jack Rackham was a gentleman pirate with flamboyant fashion sense and a way with female pirates who were dressed like men-- notably, Anne Bonny...

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Darwin on the Galapagos Islands: The Birthplace of the Theory of Evolution and Natural...

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A common factor among most female pirates was a desire to escape the shackles of convention or to defy male authority-- or both. An Irish...

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Anne Bonny, Charlotte de Berry and Ching Shih are but a few of the names of famous female pirates who sailed the high seas...

Mary Read: Fearless Female Pirate

Dressed as a man, Mary Read lived the life of a man's man as a woman. She was a skilled swordsman, sailed with Jack...

Castaway Alexander Selkirk: The Original Robinson Crusoe

Castaway Alexander Selkirk was the inspiration for Daniel Defoe's "Robinson Crusoe," spending four years on the deserted Juan Fernández Island. Alexander Selkirk was born, as...
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