Pitcairn's Island

Pitcairn's Island

Book - 1989
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Grand Central Pub
MEN AGAINST THE SEA is the epic story of the 19 loyal men who, with Captain Bligh at the helm, were set adrift in a 23-foot open launch. Their 3,600-mile voyage remains one of the greatest feats of courage and adventure in the annals of the sea. PITCAIRN's ISLAND unfolds a tale of drunkeness, betrayal, murder, and vengeance as it chronicles the fate of Christian, the mutineers, and a handful of Tahitians, who together take refuge on the loneliest island in the Pacific.

Baker & Taylor
The fugitive mutineers from the British ship Bounty meet with terror and bloodshed on an uncharted island.

Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, [1989], c1934.
ISBN: 9780316611695
Characteristics: 333 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Hall, James Norman 1887-1951.


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