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Anne Bonny Poster – Information – BW

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A poster with a picture and information about the infamous Anne Bonny.

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Anne Bonny fought on a famous pirate ship called Revenge that was captained by pirate Calico Jack. Anne Bonny joined the crew of Revenge after she found out her husband had married her to inherit her father’s money. To be accepted as a pirate, Anne Bonny had to wear men’s clothes and pretend to be a man!
When the crew of Revenge were captured by the British, Anne Bonny fought fearlessly and was one of the last pirates to be captured. Anne Bonny was sentenced to be hanged, but she mysteriously disappeared from prison.

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