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Yarrr, lookin for some girl pirate info.I am a teacher in Minnesota looking for information about female pirates, any time period. I have lots on Anne & Mary, Sadie & Cheng, but not much more.I am also looking for info on Mississippi and Great Lakes (specifically Superior) piracy.What I would like is articles, texts and any orignal sources anyone can send on. I'd like to have this prepared in about 2 months, barring any personal whackiness on my part. So, time to start with the next stage of researach. I had thought some activities in the classroom could be knot tying, flag making and possibly some navigational things. I will be working with grade 5-12. yeh, it's a span, so the more activites and projects, the better. I welcome any ideas and reseach suggestions. Mostly they will be broken up into 5-8 and 9-12, but some of them will be mixed. I hope some parents show up too. Where can I get a bosun's whistle? Like about 50 of them?I'd also like any songs (bawdy, too, as I also work with drunken adults who would find them a hoot), stories, and cheap art projects. National Geographic also has some really cool stuff, but I need some more. Here's the link: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/mission/real-pirates/peaceRenee