A firsthand account of the mutiny on the H.M.S. qBountyq and its aftermathover them all night in droves, but as we left several cats, it is possible that in time they may reduce their numbers. ... They always cook out of doors, and the women and their servants are under the same restrictions. ... Their canoes are differently built from any of the other islandsa#39; that we have seen and are from thirty to forty feet long and ... bones, and shark teeth with coral and sand to rub them smootha after which the skin of the stingray, nourse, and shark serve to polish the work.
|Title||:||After the Bounty|
|Publisher||:||Potomac Books, Inc. - 2010|