Struna's first two successful novels, The Old Cape House and The Old Cape Teapot, were pirate adventures based on the 1717 Cape legend of Maria Hallett and her pirate lover Sam Bellamy, captain of the wrecked ship Whydah
Crewed by many Crested Butte residents, Expedition Whydah
located and excavated the first ever documented pirate shipwreck, the Whydah
The National Geographic's "Real Pirates: The Untold Story of the Whydah
from Slave Ship to Pirate Ship" is a fascinating interactive exhibit at the Manitoba Museum until 17 April 2015.
Barry Clifford says he has found a "yellow brick road" that is "sprinkled with gold dust" running along the sea floor of the wreck site of the Whydah
, near Cape Cod.
It was time enough, he decided, for a final dive of the season over the wreck of the treasure-laden pirate ship, Whydah
, off Cape Cod.
20) Finally, because of the institutionalization of conventional battle in Fon society and its proven success in repeated wars with neighbors, such as the Whydah
and Oyo kingdoms, the army considered organizational and doctrinal change unnecessary.
Viduidae Vidua macroura Pin-tailed whydah
Vidua orientalis Sahel paradise whydah
Vidua chalybeate Village indigobird Euplectes spp Widow bird
The adventure activities include an exhibition titled 'Real Pirates: The Untold Story of the Whydah
from Slave Ship to Pirate Ship' at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science; special exhibits on display at the Denver Art Museum and the Denver Botanic Gardens; and an auction of the only existing tintype of Billy the Kid in Denver, from June 24 to 26, 2011, at Brian Lebel's Old West Show and Auction.
In March 1860, the Clotilda, captained by William Foster, set sail from Mobile Bay, Alabama, with a crew of eleven men, for Whydah
, kingdom of Dohomey, in present-day Nigeria.
44) John Duncan, Travels in Western Africa in 1845 & 1846: comprising a journey from Whydah
, through the kingdom of Dahomey, to Adofoodia in the interior, London, Frank Cass, 1968 , vol.
We were touring AoReal Pirates: The Untold Story of the Whydah
From Slave Ship to Pirate ShipAo, an interactive exhibit that the Nauticus maritime science museum is displaying at the Half Moone Cruise and Celebration Center next door.
1976): Un puerto de comercio: Whydah
, en la costa de Guinea.