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Fletcher Christian (25 September 1764 – 20 September 1793) was master's mate on board HMS ''Bounty'' during Lieutenant William Bligh's voyage to Tahiti during 1787–1789 for breadfruit plants. In the mutiny on the ''Bounty'', Christian seized command of the ship from Bligh on 28 April 1789. Some of the mutineers were left on Tahiti, while Christian, eight other mutineers, six Tahitian men and eleven Tahitian women settled on isolated Pitcairn Island, and Bounty was burned. After the settlement was discovered in 1808, the sole surviving mutineer gave conflicting accounts of how Christian died.
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by Christian, Fletcher, 1764-1793
Guildford, Surrey : Genesis Publications, 1984
 
 
Uniform title: Letters from Mr. Fletcher Christian containing a narrative of the transactions on board His Majesty's Ship Bounty. German
by Christian, Fletcher, 1764-1793
Koburg ; Leipzig : J. E. D. Sinner, 1802
 
 
Uniform title: Letters from Mr. Fletcher Christian
[London] : Printed for H. Lemoine, 1798
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