Jean Lafitte ( c. 1780 – c. 1823) was a French-American pirate and privateer in
the Gulf of Mexico in the early 19th century. He and his elder brother, Pierre, ...
Jean Laffite, Laffite also spelled Lafitte (born 1780?, France—died 1825?)
privateer and smuggler who interrupted his illicit adventures to fight heroically for
The story of Jean Lafitte Gulf Coast Pirate and Privateer: Early Life of Jean Lafitte
Barataria and Privateering,The Battle of New Orleans,Galveston 1817-21,The ...
Oct 26, 2011 ... Jean Lafitte is one of the most famous people in New Orleans history, known as a
pirate, a war hero and the namesake of many New Orleans ...
The Gulf of Mexico had served as a major port for pirates and privateers alike, ...
Jean was not the only pirate to sail the Gulf Coast waters; in fact, Jean Lafitte did
Apr 25, 2013 ... p418 Lafitte, the Louisiana Pirate and Patriot. A Paper by Hon. Gaspar Cusachs,
President of the Louisiana Historical Society and Read by him ...
In “Jean Lafitte: Gentleman Pirate of New Orleans,” Joseph Geringer wrote: “As
the forthcoming lines of British fell, they created literal stumbling blocks for the ...
Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Historian Davis contemplates the
New Orleans ..... Pirate Lafitte and the Battle of New Orleans, The Paperback.
Jul 5, 2013 ... This widely popular poem could very well be based on the life and adventures of
French-American pirate, Jean Lafitte. Many pirates…
Jun 15, 2010 ... 1825?). Jean Laffite (Lafitte), pirate, was born in Bayonne, France, probably in
1780 or 1781, the son of a French father and a Spanish mother.