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Whydah Gally

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Join us for an Underwater Pirate Treasure Hunt during the Eastport
Top 10 Artifacts from the Whydah Shipwreck
touched by real pirates. 1. The ship's bell.
Exhibit Walkthrough
1984 off Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Top 10 Things to Do and See
Pirates - National Geographic
Gallery 2: The Bell Gallery. The Whydah's bell was a significant find, definitive proof that Barry Clifford had located the shipwreck.

Suggested News Resources

Special Peek Inside Final Days At National Geographic's 'Real Pirates' Exhibit
This bell is inscribed "Whydah Gally 1716" and was used by Clifford and his team to authenticate the shipwreck site After slave trading, piracy and a nasty storm, the Whydah surveyed 300 years later to enter the hearts of thousands of visitors.

Suggested Web Resources

Whydah Gally - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Whydah Gally (variously written as Whidah or Whidaw) was the flagship of the pirate "Black Sam" Bellamy.
National Geographic: Pirates of the Whydah
History of the famous pirate shipwreck, the Whydah Galley | Pirate
Whydah Gally | Facebook
Whydah Gally - Description: The Whydah Gally (variously written as Whidah or Whidaw) was the flagship of the pirate "Black Sam" Bellamy.
Black Sam's Whydah Gally - Pirates
Barry Clifford grew up along the coast of Massachusetts and spent many of his early years listening to stories told by his uncle, Bill Carr.

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