Steven Hahn

Steven Hahn

Steven Hahn is a professor of History at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, whose scholarly interests range from Native Americans of the US South to piracy and Atlantic World Studies.  He is the author of The Invention of the Creek Nation, 1670-1763 (University of Nebraska Press, 2004)  and The Life and Times of Mary Musgrove (University Press of Florida, 2012).  Concerning piracy, Hahn is the author of “The Atlantic Odyssey of Richard Tookerman, Gentleman of South Carolina, Pirate of Jamaica, and Litigant before the King’s Bench,” Early American Studies (2017).  He is currently working on a book project entitled Young, Resolute & Wicked Fellows: The Pirates of Providence, 1700-1735, which explores the lives of 209 seamen pardoned for piracy in the Bahamas in 1718.