Dan Conlin will give an illustrated talk on the history of piracy in Canada’s Atlantic waters. Dan completed his graduate thesis on privateering in Nova Scotia in 1996, and after curating a piracy exhibit at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax in 2007, he wrote a history of piracy in Atlantic Canada, “Pirates of the Atlantic: Robbery, Murder and Mayhem of Canada’s East Coast”. Dan is Curator at the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 in Halifax and an accomplished maritime historian.
Presented by Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia
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