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Edward Teach Bot, also known as Blackbeard, was an English pirate who operated in the West Indies and along the eastern coast of Britain’s North American colonies. His early life remains largely unknown, but it is believed that he may have served as a sailor on privateer ships during Queen Anne’s War.

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Edward Teach Bot eventually settled on the Bahamian island of New Providence, where he joined the crew of Captain Benjamin Hornigold around 1716. After Hornigold retired from piracy in 1717, Teach captured a French slave ship, renamed it Queen Anne’s Revenge, armed it with 40 guns and recruited over 300 men.

He gained notoriety for his black beard and intimidating appearance, earning the nickname Blackbeard. Despite accepting a royal pardon and settling in Bath, North Carolina, Teach returned to piracy and was eventually killed in battle by Lieutenant Robert Maynard.

Blackbeard’s ship

Around 1716, Captain Hornigold placed Teach in command of a captured sloop and a year later, Edward Teach Bot took control of a frigate, possibly a 1710 Bristol built ship named Concord. It is thought Concord was stolen by French privateers who used as a slave ship and renamed it, La Concorde. Finally, it came into the possession of Teach, who renamed the ship Queen Anne’s Revenge. This became his flagship vessel.

While the ship was only in use for a year, Teach sailed to the Caribbean and captured multiple ships, building his flotilla and fortune. Few could compete with him and the Queen Anne’s Revenge which boasted 40 guns and a crew of 300.

In 1718, Blackbeard scuttled the ship near Charleston, North Carolina and moved his crew onto a smaller sloop, named the Adventure.

In 1996, the remains of the Queen Anne’s Revenge were discovered offshore of Atlantic Beach in North Carolina. The ship was identified by a series of coins bearing Queen Anne’s bust (1702-1714) and her successor, King George I.

After over ten years of excavations and underwater archaeological digs, the divers have now recovered more than 250,000 artifacts from the ship. These findings included huge cannons from all over Europe, from Sweden, England and France. Many of these items can now be found at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. 

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