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Pirate's Gold

By Andrew Coe

 

Biography / History

August 2021

362 pages, $24.95 USD

Trade Paper Original and Ebook

ISBN: 978-1-940423-16-6 (print)

 

A Gilded Age Saga of Family, Money, and (Maybe) Murder

 

Pirate's Gold is the story of an American fortune, a Gilded Age Robber Baron, and his descendants who inherited more money than was good for them. Henry Huttleston "Hell-Hound" Rogers helped found Standard Oil, gaining a renown as a notorious Wall Street "pirate." His children inherited $49,000,000. Pirate's Gold looks beneath the tabloid headlines to uncover the lives of his son, Colonel H. H. Rogers Jr., and grandchildren Millicent and Harry. Their struggles over money, love, and control left a trail of heartbreak and tragedy in their wake, begging the question: Was it all worth it?

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Andrew Coe is a writer and independent scholar. He has written award-winning books on food history and articles in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Saveur, Gastronominca, and other publications. He is a direct descendant of Henry Huttleston Rogers.

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"Pirate's Gold" by Andrew Coe
"Pirate's Gold" by Andrew Coe

New from Four Winds Press, available wherever books are sold.

"Pirate's Gold" by Andrew Coe
"Pirate's Gold" by Andrew Coe

New from Four Winds Press, available wherever books are sold.

"Pirate's Gold" by Andrew Coe
"Pirate's Gold" by Andrew Coe

New from Four Winds Press, available wherever books are sold.

"Pirate's Gold" by Andrew Coe
"Pirate's Gold" by Andrew Coe

New from Four Winds Press, available wherever books are sold.

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