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The Mutineer: A Romance of Pitcairn Island

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The Mutineer: A Romance of Pitcairn Island
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Publisher: Feedbooks
ISBN/ASIN: 1604445793
Number of pages: 318

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The tale of the mutiny of His Majesty's armed ship Bounty, which led to the founding of the Pitcairn community, is well known. Casting adrift the Commander, Lieutenant William Bligh, and eighteen loyal officers in the ship's boat, the mutineers sailed the Bounty back to Tahiti, then to Tubuai in the Austral Group. There, relations with the inhabitants soon deteriorated...

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