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This year a replica of ’s ship, the Endeavour, will circumnavigate 🇦🇺 to mark the 250th anniversary of Cook’s arrival. Meanwhile, the first Australian to circumnavigate the country is left behind. King (1775 -1830) via
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Katherine Parker Jan 16
So wish I could attend this great conference on legacies of , co-sponsored by on 7-8 Feb! Programme and registration (free!) here:
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Tom Crean Book Jan 16
247 Years ago - John Marra would cross the Antarctic Circle, In doing so the man became Ireland's first Antarctic Explorer. Read his funny and fascinating story here -
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CaptainCookSociety 16h
On 23 January, 1770, in in wrote “I employ'd my self in carrying on the Survey of the place and upon one of the Islands where I landed were a number of houses but no inhabitants neither had any been there lately”.
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CaptainCookSociety Jan 22
On 22 January, 1770, in in “climed up to the top of one of the hills [of Arapaoa Island]... I was abundantly recompence'd for the trouble I had in assending [for] I saw what I took to be the Eastern Sea and a strait”
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CaptainCookSociety Jan 17
On 17 January, 1770, in wrote “This morn I was awakd by the singing of the birds... their voices were certainly the most melodious wild musick I have ever heard, almost imitating small bells”. Korimako, the Bellbird, Anthornis melanura
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Grosvenor Prints 17h
1790 Fletcher Christian, & other Bounty mutineers, landed on Pitcairn Island & burnt the ship; ;
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CaptainCookSociety 16h
On 23 January, 1770, in in wrote “Disagreable day squally with rain so we all staid at home”.
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Geri Walton 6h
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CaptainCookSociety Jan 22
On 22 January, 1770, in “Made an excursion today in the pinnace in order to see more of the Bay []. While Dr Solander and Myself were botanizing the captn went to the top of a hill and... returnd in high spirits”.
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CaptainCookSociety Jan 21
On 21 January, 1770, in at in wrote “In the AM after hauling the Saine for fish I gave every body leave to go a Shore at the Watering place to amuse themselves as they thought proper”.
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Captain Tsuchan Cook Jan 19
Captain Cook`s English version video is now on YouTube!! I hope you enjoy cooking Karaage!! Please subscribe to my channel and leave a comment if you like the video!!
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CaptainCookSociety Jan 21
On 21 January, 1770, in at in wrote “Dr Solander and myself were fishing today with hook and line and caught an immence number of fish every where upon the rocks in 4 or 5 fathom water”.
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Historic Gifts Jan 18
18th Jan 1778: English explorer Captain James Cook became the first European to discover the Hawaiian Islands on this day 242 years ago. Ideal Birthday or Occasion Gift Idea for a British Enthusiast 👉
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Paul Addison Jan 19
Stunning day in a stunning place 😍😍
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CaptainCookSociety Jan 20
On 20 January, 1770, in wrote “sent part of the powder ashore to be air'd... This morning I set out in the Pinnace, accompanied by Mr Banks and Dr Solander, in order to survey the West Coast of the Bay... at 8 oClock [pm] we return'd”.
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E Ferri Jan 21
🙄 true. And White invasion memorial
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BEEFitUP Australia Jan 22
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Andy McVinish Jan 16
• Take a Captain Cook! Souvenir coconut collected from the spot of Captain Cook’s death, Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii, 19th century. Recent find.
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WaterfrontLiquidator 2h
SOLD! Very Private South Kona Custom Home and Farm - 87-3020 Mamalahoa Hwy, Captain Cook HI ,
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