The Pirate Queen

Davis, Kate
April 2007
Read;4/27/2007, Vol. 56 Issue 17, p24
The article profiles Grace O'Malley, who is also known as the Pirate Queen of Ireland. Grace O'Malley was born in 1530, the daughter of a wealthy clan leader and land owner on the coast of the country. Grace's exploits on the high seas have been immortalized in books, plays, and operas, as well as the musical "The Pirate Queen."


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