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The Bounty's Primogeniture and the Thursday-Friday Conundrum Brief
(Pitcairn Log, 2020-04)
One page summary of the research article "The Bounty's Primogeniture and the Thursday-Friday Conundrum" published in Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts in April 2020
Did or Could Seabirds “Halo” Pitcairn Island for Fletcher Christian?
(Terrae Incognitae, 2018)
How did Fletcher Christian, leader of the mutiny on the Bounty, find Pitcairn Island when the supposed location was 342 kilometers west its actual location? This study in applied historical geography explores whether ...
Member Profile: Don Albert
(The Pitcairn Log, 2018-10)
As a new member of the Pitcairn Islands Study Group (PISG), I would like to take an opportunity to introduce myself. I spent my youth in historic Salem, Massachusetts, living within view of Salem Harbor. Salem was an ...
Mutiny on the Bounty - A Cornucopia of Fruits and Invectives
(The Pitcairn Log, 2022-07)
On April 28, 1789, the most infamous of mutinies occurred in the South Pacific Ocean within sight of an erupting volcano on Tofua. Acting Lieutenant Fletcher Christian deposed “Captain” William Bligh and eighteen men in ...
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.