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Story of the Barbary Corsairs

Stanley Lane-Poole (1854-1931)

1. Introduction, Chp. I
2. Introduction, Chp. II
3. Part I, Chp. III
4. Part I, Chp. IV
5. Part I, Chp. V
6. Part I, Chp. VI
7. Part I, Chp. VII
8. Part I, Chp. VIII
9. Part I, Chp. IX
10. Part I, Chp. X
11. Part I, Chp. XI
12. Part I, Chp. XII
13. Part I, Chp. XIII
14. Part I, Chp. XIV
15. Part II, Chp. XV
16. Part II, Chp. XVI
17. Part II, Chp. XVII
18. Part II, Chp. XVIII
19. Part II, Chp. XIX
20. Part II, Chp. XX
21. Part II, Chp. XXI
22. Part II, Chp. XXII

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A history of the pirating activities along and around the "Barbary coast" between the 15th and 19th centuries, from the time of the pirate, Ujra Barbarossa, to the French control of Algeria in 1830. Although piracy had plagued all the world's waterways from the first time man decided to trade by boat or ship, authors Lane-Poole and Kelley tell mainly of the origins and "Golden Age" of the Moor pirates who rampaged the Mediterranean Sea from ports of call along the north coast of Africa.