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  1. Not-So-Jolly Roger Other Resources “served the crown on Jamaican ships raiding the French and Spanish ships during the War of Spanish Succession” Site #3 Crazy red eyes p. 21 Captain of the Queen Anne’s Revenge p. 26 & 54 Site #1 Monstrous black beard with four pigtails braided and tied with ribbons p. 13 Began pirating in 1713 under Benjamin Hornigold on a Jamaican sloop Site #4 Pirates had a say in running the ship p. 26 and site #1 Had 14 wives Site #2 Awful singing voice p. 12 Had a dark face p. 22 Israel Hands--one of his most trusted men p. 27 and site #2 “Surrender without a fight and your lives will be spared.” Site #1 Lt. Maynard & crew attached Blackbeard’s head to ship’s bowsprit p. 55 and site #2 Scary, crazy laugh p. 21 Wore big, black boots p. 16 Carried two swords and many knives and pistols Site #4 “twisting saltpeter wicks into his beard and lighting them before battle giving himself an aura of demonic possession”and beard was smoking p. 13 and site #3 Shot two prisoners p. 15 Born in 1680, he is thought to have had money since he was able to read and write Site #5 Pardoned by Governor Charles Eden after he swore an oath to give up piracy p. 54 and site #3 Unusually large man p. 21 and site #4 While there are many rumors of his heinous acts, there is no verification that he ever actually killed anyone Site #6 Blackbeard was laughing and singing, became friendly p. 48 Had 300 plus pirates p. 54 and site #4 Weapons included 4 pistols and one cutlass p. 13 He sunk his ship the Queen Anne’s Revenge in the Beaufort Inlet Site #5 born Edward Teach p. 22 & site #1 Served Queen Anne as a privateer Site #1