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The complete history of piracy would not be complete without the mentioning of women pirates. Here you can find out more about their lives, environment in which they worked, and the legacy they left in the centuries that came after them.
One of the most notable female pirates of the late 18th century was American born Rachel Wall. Here you can find out more about her life of piracy, from the first moment she saw the sea to the moment of her execution in 1789.
Mary Read is today remembered as one of the only two women which records can be found in historical records of the age today known as Golden Age of Piracy. Find out more about this fierce fighter who served on the crew of the John Rackham’s famous pirate ship “The Revenge”.
Jeanne de Clisson is remembered today for her 13 year-long spree of revenge against the French forces in the 14th century. Here you can find out more about the reason for her becoming one of the most famous female pirate captains of all time.