Bibliography: p. 175-177.
|LC Classifications||G537.H3 C55 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 177 p., 16 plates.|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||79862578|
Dust-jacket reads: The American sea-captain known as Bully Hayes, who roamed the Pacific Ocean from the s to the s, was described during his lifetime as a "rogue, rascal, barrator, bigamist, buccaneer, blackbirder, and pirate". Frank Clime has investigated the legend of Bully Hayes, and now presents a new : Frank Clune. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Captain Bully Hayes: Blackbirder and Bigamist. Frank Clune. Hesperian Press, References to this book. Banks Peninsula: Cradle of Canterbury Gordon Ogilvie Snippet view - Bibliographic information. Title: Captain Bully Hayes: Blackbirder and Bigamist: Author: Frank Clune: Edition: 2: Publisher: Hesperian Press, Original. The Infamous Bully Hayes - In the 's his name was known all over the length & breadth of the Pacific. Stories about Hayes describe him, not only as a “Pirate, Buccaneer and Blackbirder, but also as a Confidence man, a Swindler, a Cheat, a Thief and a Bigamist”.
about william henry (bully) hayes BLACKBIRDER AND BIGAMIST The reputation of the notorious American sea-captain, William Henry Hayes, known around the Pacific Ocean from the s to the s as "Bully" Hayes, has been so blackened by fictioneers that it is difficult to sift fact from fables. Well, this last is pretty unlikely. But implausible, too, is the image billed as "The only known photograph of Bully Hayes" in Frank Clune's racy biography Captain Bully Hayes, Blackbirder and Bigamist. William Henry "Bully" Hayes ( or – ) was a notorious American-born ship's captain who engaged in blackbirding in the s and s and whose arrival on any Pacific Island would cause islanders to hide in fear of being kidnapped and shipped off to be a labourer on some distant plantation.  Hayes operated across the breadth of the Pacific in the s until his murder on William Henry Hayes was a notorious American sea-captain who wandered the Pacific Ocean from the s to the s. Known universally as Bully Hayes, his reputation as "Barrator, Bigamist, Buccaneer, Blackbirder and Pirate" as subtitled by A.T. Saunders in his book about Hayes, is largely based on unreliable and largely fictitious accounts. In.
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