||Most 17th and 18th century pirates came from New England
and New York. They spent winters in the tropics pilaging and came
north to rob in the summer months. Most of their treasures were buried
here, closer to their homes, yet little has been uncovered. This book
tells about the most notorious pirates that frequented the New England
coast, including Kidd and Blackbeard, and describes treasure, thus
far found mostly on the outer islands, and where unfound treasures
might be uncovered.