Pirate Port: The Story of the Sunken City of Port Royal
Reconstructs the history and civilization of a pirate city, most of which was pulled beneath the sea by an earthquake in 1692. Describes artifacts and treasures found through underwater archaeological excavation and tells what they reveal about life in this Caribbean city.
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