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Conlin, Daniel. "A Private War in the Caribbean: Nova Scotia Privateering 1793-1805," The Northern
     Mariner/Le Marin du Nord. (VI:4, pages 29-46).
Mullane, George. "The Privateers of Nova Scotia, 1756-1783," Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical
     Society. Halifax, Nova Scotia: William MacNab & Son, 1921. (v. 20).
Nichols, George E. E. "Notes on Nova Scotian Privateers," Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society.
     Halifax, Nova Scotia: William MacNab & Son, 1921. (pages 111-153).
Snider, C.H.J. "Privateers of the Spanish Main," Canadian Magazine. (Sept. 1928, pages 5-7, 30).
Snider, C.H.J. "The Perkins Privateers," Canadian Magazine. (Oct. 1928, pages 10-11, 28).
Snider, C.H.J. "Black Silver," Canadian Magazine. (November 1928, pages 16-17, 32).
 
 

Skull and CrossbonesBooks & ReportsSkull and Crossbones
Conlin, Daniel. A Private War in the Caribbean: Nova Scotia Privateering 1793-1805. Halifax, Nova
     Scotia: St. Mary's University, 1996.
Faye, Margaret Kent. Prize and Prejudice: Privateering and Naval Prize in Atlantic Canada in the War
     of 1812. (Research in Maritime History #11) St. John's, Newfoundland: International Martime Economic
     History Association, 1997.
An Interesting Trial of Edward Jordan, and Margaret His Wife, Who Were Tried at Halifax, Nova Scotia
     November 15th, 1809, for the Horrid Crime of Piracy and Murder, Committed on Board the Schooner
     Three Sisters, Captain John Stairs, on Their Passage from Perce, to Halifax with a Particular Account
     of the Execution of Said Jordan. Boston.
MacMechan, Archibald. Old Province Tales. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1924.
Raddall, Thomas H. The Rover: the Story of a Canadian Privateer. Toronto: Macmillan, 1958.
Snider, C.H.J. Under the Red Jack: Privateers of the Maritime Provinces of Canada in the War of 1812.
     London: Martin Hopkinson & Co, 1928.
Trial of Jones, Hazelton, Anderson and Trebaskiss, Alias Johnson for Piracy and Murder on Board Barque
     Saladin, with the Written Confessions of the Prisoners, Produced in Evidence on the Said Trial. To
     Which is Added, Particulars of Their Execution on the 30th of July. Also, the Trial of Carr and
     Galloway, for the Murder of Captain Fielding and His Son on Board the Saladin. Halifax, Nova Scotia:
     James Bowes, 1844; Petheric Press, 1967.
Skull and CrossbonesWeb SitesSkull and Crossbones

The Canadian Privateering Homepage by Dan Conlin
Discussion of Barrett's Privateers
Gilbert Pike and Sheila Na Geira
Landry, Peter. "Baptiste, 1663-1714", Historical Biographies, Nova Scotia
Leier, Kerri. "Nova Scotia's Rebels-Pirates and Privateers", Horton Journal of Canadian History
"Pierre Le Picard, dit Capitaine Picard," Encyclopirate (in French)
Piracy in Newfoundland
Pirates: a Rogues Gallery (see Bartholomew Roberts)
"Robert Chevalier, dit de Beauchêne," Encyclopirate (in French)
"Des flibustiers en Nouvelle-France?" Encyclopirate (in French - click on Encyclopirate at top, then Index)

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