Pitcairn Island Cookbook
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Pitcairn Island Cookbook by Irma Christian

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Published by Irma Christian .
Written in English


  • Cooking, Food & Wine - Cooking

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Edition Notes

ContributionsRozemaryn van der Horst (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10342266M
ISBN 100473004925

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  This book, Pitcairn's Island, is the story of the mutineers who tried to find an island on which to live out their lives without fear of discovery. The island must be small and remote enough not to have been charted by the admiralty, but big enough to sustain the lives of 27 people by: 3. OCLC Number: Notes: ", , , last updated "--Cover. Includes index. Description: xi, 41 pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Other Titles. My Account | Register | Help.   A "superb story of adventure and conflict" (Saturday Review), Pitcairn's Island follows the mutineers of the Bounty as they take refuge on the loneliest island in the Pacific. In the annals of seafaring there is no more fascinating account of South Seas adventure than Pitcairn's novel unfolds a tale of desperation, profligacy, and betrayal as it chronicles the fate /5(4).