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The most successful pirates of the era were Jean Lafitte and Roberto Cofresi.
Jean Lafitte, New Orleans ' legendary pirate
Later in the 19th century, after the Golden Age of Piracy, Jean Lafitte became what is considered by many to be the last buccaneer due to his army of pirates and fleet of pirate ships which held bases in and around the Gulf of Mexico.
Anonymous portrait claimed to be of Jean Lafitte in the early 19th century, Rosenberg Library, Galveston, Texas
Jean Lafitte was likely born in 1782, although he was not baptized until 1786.
By 1806, several " Captain Lafitte " s operated in New Orleans ; Jean Lafitte was likely one of them.
In 1817, Aury returned from an unsuccessful raid against Spain to find Galveston occupied by the pirate Jean Lafitte.
During the island's earliest history it became the domain of Jean Lafitte, the famed pirate and American hero of the War of 1812.
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One of the first major settlements in the area that is now Galveston County was the town of Campeche on Galveston Island, created by the pirate Jean Lafitte.
* Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve ( part, in Eunice )
Many street names near the battlefield bear the names of the chief participants, or take a pirate theme, since the pirate Jean Lafitte was considered to be a hero in the battle.
* Jean Lafitte National Historical Park ( part, in Chalmette )
* Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve ( part, in Thibodaux )
* Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve ( part, in Lafayette )
* 20px Louisiana Highway 45 connects the West Bank with the towns in the southern portion of Jefferson Parish ( Jean Lafitte, Lafitte and Barataria )
* Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve ( part, in Marrero )
The Cedar Keys were used by Seminole Indians, by the Spanish as a watering stop for ships returning to Spain from Mexico, and by pirates, such as Jean Lafitte and Captain Kidd.
Later, Hernando de Soto, Narvaez and Juan Ortiz explored, and then pirates and buccaneers sailed the area, including José Gaspar, Juan Gomez and Jean Lafitte.
The Jean Lafitte National Park Barataria Preserve is adjacent to Estelle.
Jean Lafitte is a town on Bayou Barataria in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, United States.

Jean and 1776
** Jean Pierre Boyer, President of Haiti ( b. 1776 )
Later on, Miss Jean Home, who was to inherit the house and the paintings, hired or employed the Master of the Kings Works, architect Robert Reid ( 1776 1856 ), to build what is now the East Wing of Paxton House to accommodate a library and a gallery.
From 1770 to 1776 he was a master and composer of ballets, retiring, in favour of Jean Georges Noverre, with a pension.
The partial differential equation in this definition was originally found in 1762 by Lagrange, and Jean Baptiste Meusnier discovered in 1776 that it implied a vanishing mean curvature.
Her maternal grandparents were Joseph Ignace Somis ( c. 1710 Marseille, 29 April 1750 ), son of Jean Louis Somis and his wife Françoise Bouchard, and wife ( m. in Marseille, 27 May 1736 ) Catherine Rose Soucheiron ( Marseille, 11 January 1696 Marseille, 18 February 1776 ), daughter of François Soucheiron and his wife Anne Cautier.
* Louis Jean Marie of Bourbon ( 1776 1793 )
It was first discovered by Jean Baptiste Meusnier in 1776.
* Jean Lafitte ( 1776 1823 ) pirate and privateer in the Gulf of Mexico.
* Jean Charles Pierre Lenoir: June 19, 1776 July 31, 1785
One of the first English gardens on the continent was at Ermenonville, in France, built by marquis René Louis de Girardin from 1763 to 1776 and based on the ideals of Jean Jacques Rousseau, who was buried within the park.

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* 1864 Jean, duc Decazes, French aristocrat and sportsman ( d. 1912 )
* 1904 Jean Dessès, Greek-Egyptian fashion designer ( d. 1970 )
* 1896 Jean Piaget, Swiss psychologist ( d. 1980 )
* 1740 Jean Baptiste Camille Canclaux, French general ( d. 1817 )
* 1996 Jean Le Moyne, Canadian journalist and politician ( b. 1913 )
* 1923 Jean Hagen, American actress ( d. 1977 )
* 1866 Charles Jean de la Vallée-Poussin, Belgian mathematician ( d. 1962 )
* 1645 Jean de La Bruyère, French writer ( d. 1696 )
* 1885 Jean Cabannes, French physicist ( d. 1959 )
* 1813 Jean Stas, Belgian chemist ( d. 1891 )
* 1922 Jean Darling, American actress and singer
In 1788 Jean Jacques Barthelemy ( 1716 95 ), a highly esteemed classical scholar and Jesuit, published The Travels of Anacharsis the Younger in Greece, about a young Scythian descended from Anacharsis.
; Jean Pierre Sarrasin, in same vol., pp. 254 235 ; William of Nangis in Recueil des historiens des Gaules, xx.
* 1780 Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, French painter ( d. 1867 )
Others who anticipated the work of Lavoisier include Jean Rey ( 1583 1645 ), Joseph Black ( 1728 1799 ), and Henry Cavendish ( 1731 1810 ).
* 1921 Jean Richard, French actor ( d. 2001 )
* 1913 Jean Fournet, French conductor ( d. 2008 )
* 2011 Jean Gratton, Canadian bishop ( b. 1924 )
* 1905 Louis Jean Heydt, American actor ( d. 1960 )
* 1994 Jean Carmet, French actor ( b. 1920 )
* 1702 Jean Bart, French admiral ( b. 1651 )
* 1969 Vietnam War: At the apartment of French intermediary Jean Sainteny in Paris, American representative Henry Kissinger and North Vietnamese representative Xuan Thuy begin secret peace negotiations.
* 2005 Prime Minister Paul Martin announces that Michaëlle Jean will be Canada's 27th Governor General.

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