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Miro Wood Carvings and the Pitcairners: Biogeography, Economics and Sustainability
(The Pitcairn Islands Study Group, 2022-01)
On April 28, 1789, Fletcher Christian deposited Lt. William Bligh and 18 loyalists in the HMAV Bounty’s launch in view of an erupting volcano on Tofua in the South Pacific Ocean. Miraculously, Bligh survived this epic ...
Teehuteatuaonoa aka ‘Jenny’, the most traveled woman on the Bounty: Chronicling female agency and island movements with Google Earth
(Institute of Island Studies, University of Prince Edward Island (Island Studies Journal), 2021)
Teehuteatuaonoa (or ‘Jenny’ by her English nickname) was one of 12 Polynesian women reaching Pitcairn Island with the HMS Bounty mutineers in 1790. She was the most traveled of these women and the first to return to Tahiti ...
The Bounty ̓s Primogeniture and the Thursday-Friday Conundrum
(Athens Institute for Education and Research (Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts), 2020-04)
This is a biography of an obscure individual born of the ashes of the H.M.A.S. Bounty on the remote, inaccessible, and uninhabited Pitcairn Island in 1790. Thursday October Christian is best known to amateur and ...
Circumstantial response to "Who shot Bounty mast with this small lead ball?"
(Pitcairn Log, 2022-10)
A circumstantial response to Herb Ford's question "Who shot the Bounty mast with this small lead ball?" Using primary and secondary sources the author examins different situations for plausibility.