James Cook; his early life and the Endeavour voyage ePub download
by Pauline Fanning
- ISBN: 0642989478
- ISBN13: 978-0642989475
- ePub: 1510 kb | FB2: 1924 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: [National Library of Australia] (1970)
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W e hope that it will interest Australian and overseas visitors both as a souvenir of the exhibition and as an introduction to it. Material in the exhibition has been chosen by the Library's specialist in Australian studies, Pauline Fanning, the compiler of this booklet. Arthur Robinson has designed both the exhibition and the booklet. A. GRENFELL PRICE Chairman of the Council National Library of Australia.
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Early life and family. James Cook was born on 7 November 1728 (NS) in the village of Marton in Yorkshire and baptised on 14 November (. in the parish church of St Cuthbert, where his name can be seen in the church register. He was the second of eight children of James Cook (1693–1779), a Scottish farm. of the Endeavour River). The voyage then continued and at about midday on 22 August 1770, they reached the northernmost tip of the coast and, without leaving the ship, Cook named it Cape York.
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The History of Captain Cook's Life previously. to his first Voyage round the World.
The History of Captain Cook's Life previously. His father, James Cook, who from his dialect is supposed to have been a Northumbrian, was in the humble station of a servant in husbandry, and married a woman of the same rank with himself, whose christian name was Grace
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Other places such as Cook Islands, Cook Strait, Cook Inlet and the cook crater on the moon are also named after him and his achievements.
Childhood & Early Life. James Cook was born to James Cook, a farm laborer and Grace Pace in Marton, Yorkshire. He was the second of the eight children born to the couple and was baptized at the St. Cuthbert Church. He then set sail on August 22 and sailed across Possession Island, Torres Strait, Indonesia, the Cape of Good Hope and finally, the Saint Helena island, in 1771. Other places such as Cook Islands, Cook Strait, Cook Inlet and the cook crater on the moon are also named after him and his achievements.
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The voyages of Captain James Cook . James Cook was a skilled cartographer, having learnt his skills during the Seven Years War, when he had helped to chart part of the St Lawrence River ahead of the pivotal British attack on the French-held city of Quebec. After the British victory in Canada he spent several years in Newfoundland, preparing a chart of its coasts for the Admiralty. Cook also conducted astronomical observations in Newfoundland and the results were published in the journal of the Royal Society.