Pirates of the Caribbean

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Finding Books in the Thomas G. Carpenter Library

Several books on piracy are available by browsing the shelves for the G535 call number on the 4th floor of the library, but you will also find books in other areas of the collection, including many online.

Try searching OneSearch with a "SU Subject Terms" search using Library of Congress Subject Headings:

Pirates Atlantic Ocean
 
 
Pirates Caribbean area    
Caribbean area history
 
 
Piracy History
 
 
Pirates West Indies    
Buccaneers
   
Privateering    
Women pirates

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