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HIST 2700: History of Pirates and Piracy: Books

Keyword Search Examples

Both pirates and piracy are words you can use in a SUBJECT (Library of Congress) search. To do a subject search, you must either do a keyword search and then modify the search to change the search field to Subject (Library of Congress), or use the Advanced search.

(piracy OR pirates) AND (somal* OR 21st century)

(piracy OR pirates) AND legislation AND NOT online

(piracy OR pirates) AND 18th century AND (sources OR correspondence)

Note: when searching MOBIUS, you must make your "ANDs" and "ORs" all-caps, or the search will fail.

E-Books on Modern Piracy

A French Ship and Barbary Pirates, 17th Century

French ship under atack by barbary pirates

A French Ship and Barbary Pirates, by Aert Anthonisz, circa 1615.


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