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During battle Edward Teach would place lit, slow burning hemp cords under his hat near his ears that would smoke and envelop him in a cloud. He gave himself the name “Blackbeard.”

During battle Edward Teach would place lit, slow burning hemp cords under his hat near his ears that would smoke and envelop him in a cloud. He gave himself the name “Blackbeard.”

After receiving a pardon from Governor Charles Eden, the notorious pirate Blackbeard settled in Bath, NC with his 14th wife, but still maintained his life as a pirate on the high seas. ^cs

After receiving a pardon from Governor Charles Eden, the notorious pirate Blackbeard settled in Bath, NC with his 14th wife, but still maintained his life as a pirate on the high seas. ^cs

Longstreet, Mrs. James B. widow of Confederate General - 1913 - Harris & Ewing

Longstreet, Mrs. James B. widow of Confederate General - 1913 - Harris & Ewing

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Captain Edward Teach, more commonly known as Blackbeard. - As well as being heavily armed with knives, cutlasses and pistols, Blackbeard tried to make himself look especially fearsome in order to intimidate his victims. He had wild eyes and a mass of thick tangled hair and into his hair he twisted pieces of fuse which he set alight during battles, so that his face was surrounded with smoke to create an even more terrifying image.

Captain Edward Teach, more commonly known as Blackbeard. - As well as being heavily armed with knives, cutlasses and pistols, Blackbeard tried to make himself look especially fearsome in order to intimidate his victims. He had wild eyes and a mass of thick tangled hair and into his hair he twisted pieces of fuse which he set alight during battles, so that his face was surrounded with smoke to create an even more terrifying image.

Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum    Address:  59200 Museum Drive  Hatteras, NC 27943

Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum Address: 59200 Museum Drive Hatteras, NC 27943

Blackbeard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The coast of NC where Blackbeard plied his trade as a pirate.

Blackbeard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The coast of NC where Blackbeard plied his trade as a pirate.

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