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More than the end of a man’s life happened on November 22, 1718, according to the author. With the death of Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard, the golden age of piracy in the New World effectively came to an end. Highlighted in this chronicle were people who played an instrumental role, notably Governor Spotswood of Virginia, and the events from June through November that led to the end for this famous pirate.