This audio rendition of the original Pirates of Lynn was taken from the HIStory books and through each audio chapter is retold as an OURstory tale. Listen to the entire script as it is transformed into a long format comic book or graphic novel chapter by chapter found under the Illustration section of OURstoryComics.com
This audio rendition of the original Pirates of Lynn was taken from the HIStory books. Listen to the entire script as it is transformed into a long format comic book or graphic novel depicting HIStory from an OURstory perspective
Pirates of Lynn: The Hidden Treasure of Dungeon Rock tells a tale 30 years after the first settlers arrived in Salem, Ma. when the deep woods of nearby Lynn was the home of native First People and wolves.
Part two of the introduction of the comic book, "Pirates of Lynn: The Hidden Treasure of Dungeon Rock" . Comic Book chapters to follow as podcasts here and as a graphic novel on the Illustrated Chapters page.
Chapter One takes place in Lynn at Tomlin's Pond in 1634. It depicts the childhood relationships of Abigail, warrior princess of the Naumkeag tribe and her friends, Isabel and Daniel, the children of the Tomlin's who owned the great mill buying freedom from the English Crown for the Bay State Colony
Chapter 2 of Lynn Pirates,The Hidden Treasure of Dungeon Rock has the young native princess discovering the pirates and their treasure; gold, silver, jewels and captives from the Orient and Africa while children hide in baskets in the caves at the pond.
Governor Endicott employs the Pirates as Privateers so that he does not have to lose slaves when he barters with Tehatawan for more land to mine for gold and silver.
In Chapter 4 Danny and Basca flee to the safety of home, leaving Isabel to watch the pirates and their treasures.
The young warrior princess, Isabel hides on the ridge to observe the youngest pirate, Thomas Veal, as he talks with the captives and readies the campfire for the night.
The princess warrior Isabel, takes the hidden stowaways from Thomas Veal and the Pirates before harm comes to the children and their captives
Chapter Eight travels with Basca, the giant she-wolf, across the lands of the great Charles River to bring the Squaw Sachem running back to the tribe after a childbirth in the glow of sunset.
Tehatawan and Basca run along the beaches in the moonlight to return to Lynn and help their family deal with the pirates while thought sharing about the growing problems of new settlers in their lands.
Abigail and Daniel comfort and feed the children before discussing a plan for dealing with the pirates as they lay sleeping near the fireplace.
Tom tries to protect the women when the pirates return. Li has a dream about Isabel.
As the full moon rises, Tehatawan, Abigail, Daniel, and Isabel make a plan to keep the children safe, guard the pirate's captives and young Thomas Veal.
The First People find the hidden treasure in the cave. They keep Tom and the captives safe while devising a plan to use the treasure and the idea of a cobbler shop in the woods to protect these captives and free other slaves arriving by ship in Salem.
Daniel convinces Governor Endicott to rid Lynn Woods of the pirates and exchange his slaves for land from Tehatawan without revealing the hidden treasure while Danny talks with a pirate about the pirate ship in Salem harbor.
The pirates take the women and Tomas Veal to the cave and return with a map to the pirate ship, leaving the hidden treasure in the small cave at the pond.
After the pirates leave, the native leaders, settlers and children discuss their plan to open a "cobbler shop" in Lynn Woods.