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  • A Song of Pitcairn's Island by William Cullen Bryant 117867A Song of Pitcairn's IslandWilliam Cullen Bryant Come, take our boy, and we will go
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  • CIA World Fact Book, 2004 Pitcairn Islands 8100CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Pitcairn Islands                 This page was last updated on 1 January
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  • shall the King Say unto them On his right hand: Come ye blessed of my Father Inherit the kingdom prepared for you From the foundation of the world
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  • Recent History of the Pitcairn Islanders Littell's Living Age, Volume 127, Issue 1645 1573803Recent History of the Pitcairn Islanders — Littell's
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  • Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas Island Clipperton Island Cocos (Keeling) Islands Colombia Comoros Congo
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  • women from Tahiti he landed on Pitcairn Island and formed a government, of which he was the head. In 1800 he was the only surviving Englishman. He established
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  • missionary and chaplain of Pitcairn Island, born 16 Oct. 1799, was, according to his own account, the unacknowledged son of a marquis by the daughter of an Irish
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  • 243 Panama 244 Papua New Guinea 245 Paracel Islands 247 Paraguay 247 Peru 249 Philippines 250 Pitcairn Islands 252 Poland 253 Portugal 255 Puerto Rico 257
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  • )John Knox Laughton1896 PITCAIRN, ROBERT (1747?–1770?), midshipman, son of Major John Pitcairn of the marines, killed in the battle of Bunker's Hill,
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 21 Pitcairn 5805241911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 21 — Pitcairn PITCAIRN, an island in the mid-eastern Pacific Ocean
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  • which he made a voyage to Pitcairn Island. On his return he was stationed with the ship at Shields, but when she was ordered to the Mediterranean in 1847
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  • sincerely pious and of upright life; he was the patriarch of the little native and half-caste group on Pitcairn's Island, taught a school and held worship there
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  • for the Entrance to a Wood" "June" "The Living Lost" "Love and Folly" "Mutation" "November" "October" "The Rivulet" "A Song of Pitcairn's Island" "Spring
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  • The mutineers settled on Pitcairn Island, where their descendants still exist, happy and prosperous [see Adams, John, 1760?–1829]; but some of the ringleaders
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  • Bligh, with eighteen others, was set adrift in the launch. The mutineers themselves settled on Pitcairn Island (q.v.), but some of them were afterwards captured
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  • gained by examining the old women who came to the island with him. It may be interesting to add to this account that several of the Pitcairn islanders, who
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  • The New Student's Reference Work  (1914)  P 107788The New Student's Reference Work — P1914
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  • into the West Indies is connected with the famous mutiny of the “Bounty,” and the remarkable history of a small company of the mutineers at Pitcairn Island
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  • into the West Indies is connected with the famous mutiny of the "Bounty," and the remarkable history of a small company of the mutineers at Pitcairn Island
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  • Nelsons, Egmont Islands, Danger, Eagle Islands, Three Brothers, and Salomon Islands) in the Indian Ocean; Pitcairn Islands (Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie
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