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History 2188A/B Study Guide - Winter 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes -


Department
History
Course Code
HIS 2188A/B
Professor
Michael Dove
Study Guide
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Charles Johnson
Author of 1724 book A General History of Robberies and Murders of Most Notorious
Pirates
First hand experience of piracy after the war of Spanish Succession
One of the only primary resources of piracy
No record of the person existing
Maybe a pseudonym for Daniel Defoe or Woodes Rogers
Woode Rogers
Ironically once a privateer/pirate
By 1711, Rogers circumnavigated the globe and doubled the profit
Kings Pardon in 1718 persuaded many pirates to return
Became the governor of the Bahamas
Killed many infamous pirates like Charles Vane, Calico Jack, Blackbeard
Edward “Blackbeard” Teach
Born circa 1680
Notorious for adopting terrorist tactics of the Buccaneering era
Queen Anne’s Revenge
Ransacked the villages in the coastlines of South and North America
Was friends with the Governor of Carolina- Charles Eaton
One of the most feared pirates in the Flying Gang
Helped establish the Republic of Pirates in Nassau
Died in the Battle of Ocracoke Island in 1718
Was a partner with Stede Bonnet
Brethren of Coast
Group of pirates that formed a pirate government during 17th~18th century in the West
Indies
Some such as Henry Morgan had letters of marque
Based in Tortuga
Mostly Protestant
Profited off the Spanish Main and slavery
Elizabeth I
Queen of England and Ireland/ Last line of Tudor
1558- 1603
The Virgin Queen
Gave commissions to pirates to raid Spanish
Catholic vs. Protestant
Letters of Marque
Official document that legalized piracy
Largest driving force of privateering and buccaneering era
Turned pirates/privateers into unofficial navy
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Give shares back to the crown
Issued by all nations
Dates back to 1293 by Edward I
Sir Francis Drake
1540-1596
El Draque
Vice admiral and British sea captain
One of the founders of slavery trade
Knighted by Elizabeth I
First English man to circumnavigate the globe
Destroyed Spanish Armada in 1588
Sir John Hawkins
Born in 1535
Admiral
Rebuilt English “race-built” ships
Henry Morgan
Welsh buccaneer
Born in 1635
Raids now Cuba and Portobello in 1668
Major silver export port
With 2000 buccaneers and 35 ships, sacks Panama in 1671
Arrested but knighted by Charles II
Become Governor of Jamaica in 1675
Admiral Piet Hein
Famous Dutch privateer and admiral
1607 joined the Dutch East India Company
Circumnavigates to attack Bahia, Brazil in 1626
Spanish fleet surrenders at Matanzas, 1628
500M in current value
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