The Miscellany of Pitcairn's Island

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0816335788

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The story of the “mutiny on the Bounty” has been told before—as a sea saga, as a romance, as an illustration of patriotism, as a missionary opportunity, and as a research project in anthropology. All of these facts, and more, converge and focus and continue to speak in the Miscellany, the Pitcairn Island newspaper.

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This book is part of the Pacific Press Heritage Project, a plan to re-publish classic books from our historical archives and to make valuable books available once more. The content of this book is presented as it was originally published and should be read with its original publication date in mind.

The story of the “mutiny on the Bounty” has been told before—as a sea saga, as a romance, as an illustration of patriotism, as a missionary opportunity, and as a research project in anthropology. All of these facts, and more, converge and focus and continue to speak in the Miscellany, the Pitcairn Island newspaper.

Like the log of a ship, the Miscellany recorded objectively and in detail the day-to-day voyage of Pitcairn through the good and the bad, the almost superhuman struggles, the joys, the deprivations and adventures of the Pitcairn voyager-inhabitants.

The title of this book retains the original possessive form used by Captain Carteret in naming the island in honor of Major Pitcairn of the British Marines.

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Item Format Paperback
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Weight (lbs) 1.210000
Page Count 210
Language English
Year Published 2013
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