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William Bligh

Military, Government (9-Sep-1754 — 6-Dec-1817)


Caroline Alexander. The Bounty: The True Story of the Mutiny on the Bounty. New York City: HarperCollins. 2002. 491pp.

Kenneth S. Allen. That Bounty Bastard: The True Story of Captain William Bligh. New York: St. Martin's Pres. 1976. 224pp.

Sir John Barrow. The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of HMS Bounty. London, England: John Murray. 1831. 262pp.

John H. Bligh. Vice Admiral William Bligh FRS: A Biography. Rochester, England: John H. Bligh. 2001. 341pp.

William Bligh. A Voyage to the South Sea. London, England: George Nicol. 1792. 264pp.

Edward Christian. The Bounty Mutiny. London, England: Penguin. 2002. 254pp.

Greg Dening. Mr Bligh's Bad Language. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. 1994. 445pp.

Philip Weate and Caroline Graham. Captain William Bligh. Sydney, Australia: Hamlyn. 1972. 159pp.

Gavin Kennedy. Captain Bligh: The Man and His Mutinies. London, England: Duckworth. 1989. 321pp.

Hastings Seton Montgomerie. William Bligh of the "Bounty" In Fact and In Fable. London, England: Williams and Norgate. 1937. 308pp.

James Morrison. The Journal of James Morrison, Boatswain's Mate of the Bounty. London: Golden Cockerel Press,. 1935. 242pp.

Charles Nordhoff; James Norman Hall. Mutiny on the Bounty. Boston, MA: Little Brown & Co.. 1932. 396pp.

Owen Rutter. Turbulent Journey: A Life of William Bligh, Vice-Admiral of the Blue. London: Nicholson and Watson. 1936. 279pp.

George Tobin and Roy E. Schreiber. Captain Bligh's Second Chance: An Eyewitness Account of His Return to the South Seas. Sydney, Australia: UNSW Press Ltd.. 2007. 184pp.

Roy E. Schreiber. The Fortunate Adversities of William Bligh. New York City: P. Lang. 1991. 257pp.

Kenton K. Smith. Mutiny on the H.M.S. Bounty. Ashland, OH: Landoll, Inc.. 1995. 245pp.


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