Bibliography

Here’s my bibliography as promised:

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2. Chamberlain, Gethin. “Pirate attacks around the world rise by 20pc.” Telegraph.co.uk. May 25, 2008, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021510/Pirate-attacks-around-the-world-rise-by-20pc.html.

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7. Cronin, William B. The Disappearing Islands of the Chesapeake. JHU Press, 2005.

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9. Greener, W.W. “The Gun and it’s Development.” New York: Cassell and Company, Ltd, 1907.

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12. Netherton, Nan, and Ruth Preston Rose, Ross Netherton. In the Path of History – Virginia between the Rappahannock and the Potomac: An historical Portrait. Falls Church, Virginia: Higher Education Publications INC, 2004.

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18. Walczyk, Gail. “Watt’s Island.” Islands of the Chesapeake Bay. http://www.easternshoreheritage.com/bay_islands/bay_islands.php (accessed November 2008).

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