Mutiny of the Bounty and Story of Pitcairn Island 1790 - 1894

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The Minerva Group, Inc., 2003 - History - 276 pages
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History of the true mutiny of the HMS Bounty in 1789, the settlement at Pitcairn Island and the lives of various settlers. Includes the wreck of the Cornwallis. the wreck of the Oregon and the visit of the missionary ship Pitcairn with photos and accounts of residents, island industries, etc.The author's father was the second oldest man of the community at the time of his death, in September 1893, and was a grandson of John Adams, one of the mutineers of the Bounty, whose death took place in 1829. She has thus had the best of advantages for obtaining a correct knowledge of the island history. This book was originally published in 1894.
 

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Contents

The Bounty and the Mutineers
13
The Mutineers Discovered
33
CHAPTER IV
44
CHAPTER VI
65
The Flag of Old England
86
The Queens Birthday
96
CHAPTER X
107
CHAPTER XI
118
An Unpleasant Surprise
145
CHAPTER XV
156
CHAPTER XVI
165
At Home Again
172
CHAPTER XVIII
188
CHAPTER XIX
201
Friendly Visits
215
Arrival of Mr John I Tay
233

A Goodly Heritage 126
126
Ho for Pitcairn
137
Appendix 355
255
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