CHM Event

Mutiny at the Museum: An Epic Evening with Seafaring Outlaws

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Coos History Museum

Ahoy Mateys! Get your tickets now for our September 8th event.

The Coos History Museum is pleased to announce the guest speaker for our annual dinner fundraising auction.  This year we have the privilege of having Massachusetts author, Eric Jay Dolin, join us to prerelease his new book about Pirates!


Saturday, September 8, 5pm
Tickets are $90/person or $720/table and available to purchase by phone (541-756-6320) or at the front desk of the museum.
Dinner provided by Black Market Gourmet
Beverages by Stillwagon Distillery and 7Devils Brewery

Black Flags, Blue Waters – The Epic History of America’s Most Notorious Pirates

“Set against the backdrop of the Age of Exploration, Black Flags, Blue Waters reveals the dramatic and surprising history of American piracy’s “Golden Age”—spanning the late 1600s through the early 1700s—when lawless pirates plied the coastal waters of North America and beyond. Bestselling author Eric Jay Dolin illustrates how American colonists at first supported these outrageous pirates in an early display of colonial solidarity against the Crown, and then violently opposed them. Through engrossing episodes of roguish glamour and extreme brutality, Dolin depicts the star pirates of this period, among them towering Blackbeard, ill-fated Captain Kidd, and sadistic Edward Low, who delighted in torturing his prey. Also brilliantly detailed are the pirates’ manifold enemies, including colonial governor John Winthrop, evangelist Cotton Mather, and young Benjamin Franklin. Upending popular misconceptions and cartoonish stereotypes, Dolin provides this wholly original account of the seafaring outlaws whose raids reflect the precarious nature of American colonial life.” (

To read more about this author, click here or to find out what other books he has written, click here.

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