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Endeavour journal (1) and the endeavour journal (2), as kept by james cook digitised and held by the national library of australia.
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Statue of james cook stands in waimea, kauai commemorating his first contact with the hawaiian islands at the town's harbour in january 1778.
James cook frs rn (7 november 1728[nb 1] 14 february 1779) was a british explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the royal navy.
Dating in the dark australia james and georgie
Library of the royal geographical society of south australia specialises in collecting works on captain james cook, his voyages and hms endeavour.
 the couple had six children: james (176394), nathaniel (176480, lost aboard hmsthunderer which foundered with all hands in a hurricane in the west indies), elizabeth (176771), joseph (176868), george (177272) and hugh (177693), the last of whom died of scarlet fever while a student at christ's college, cambridge.
's manuscript maps of the south-east coast of australia, held at the american geographical society library at uw milwaukee.
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 the royal research ship rrs james cook was built in 2006 to replace the rrs charles darwin in the uk's royal research fleet, and stepney historical trust placed a plaque on free trade wharf in the highway, shadwell to commemorate his life in the east end of london.
It is here that james cook made first contact with an aboriginal tribe known as the gweagal.
 he was the second of eight children of james cook, a scottish farm labourer from ednam in roxburghshire, and his locally born wife, grace pace, from thornaby-on-tees.
, john; byron, john; wallis, samuel; carteret, philip; cook, james; banks, joseph (1773), an account of the voyages undertaken by the order of his present majesty for making discoveries in the southern hemisphere, and successively performed by commodore byron, captain wallis, captain carteret, and captain cook, in the dolphin, the swallow, and the endeavour drawn up from the journals which were kept by the several commanders, and from the papers of joseph banks, esq, london printed for w.
The collection remained with the colonial secretary of nsw until 1894, when it was transferred to the australian museum.
He later became governor of new south wales, where he was subject of another mutinythe rum rebellion was the only successful armed takeover of an australian government.