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Captain James Cook became the first European to visit the Hawaiian Islands on Jan 18, 1778.

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Captain James Cook November 1728 – 14 February was a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy.

On this day 27th October,1728 the birth of Captain James Cook, English naval officer and one of the greatest navigators in history. His voyages in the Endeavour led to the European discovery of Australia, New Zealand and the Hawaiian Islands. Thanks to Cook's understanding of diet, no member of the crew ever died of scurvy, the great killer on other voyages. In his youth he was apprenticed to a ship owner in Whitby.

On this day the birth of Captain James Cook, English naval officer and one of the greatest navigators in history. His voyages in the Endeavour led to the European discovery of Australia, New Zealand and the Hawaiian Islands.

Captain James Cook, the Englishman that discovered Australia in 1770, discovers the Hawaiian Islands on Jan 18, 1778 which he dubs the "Sandwich Islands."

Captain James Cook, the Englishman that discovered Australia in discovers the Hawaiian Islands on Jan 1778 which he dubs the "Sandwich Islands.

Voyages of Captain James Cook : The Illustrated Accounts of Three Epic Voyages (Hardcover)

Voyages of Captain James Cook : The Illustrated Accounts of Three Epic Voyages (Hardcover)

In 1768 Lieutenant James Cook left England on-board the Endeavour on his first sea exploration of the Pacific Ocean.He carried secret instructions from the British Admiralty  to chart the coastline of a large land believed to exist in the southern latitudes.He circumnavigated  New Zealand and soon sailed into Botany Bay, Australia. COMPULSARY LEARNING IN SCHOOLS.

In 1768 Lieutenant James Cook left England on-board the Endeavour on his first…

It's a continent. Some Flat Earth believers claim Captain James Cook traveled 60,000 miles around the Antarctica circle. No, the entire voyage lasted three years and eight days covering more than 60,000 miles and included the distance to and from England. The distance around Antarctica is 11,000 miles.  Checkmate #FlatEarth

It's a continent. Some Flat Earth believers claim Captain James Cook traveled 60,000 miles around the Antarctica circle. No, the entire voyage lasted three years and eight days covering more than 60,000 miles and included the distance to and from England. The distance around Antarctica is 11,000 miles. Checkmate #FlatEarth

Print of the 1770 Chart of New Zealand by Captain James Cook on sale at New Zealand Fine Prints

Check out 1770 Chart of New Zealand by Captain James Cook at New Zealand Fine Prints

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On this day: Capt James Cook sets sail for Australia - Australian Geographic

Captain James Cook became the first European to visit Hawaii on January 18th, 1778.

Happy birthday to the great navigator and explorer Captain James Cook, born in Yorkshire on this day in

Captain James Cook's Statue in Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK - On West Cliff, overlooking the harbour you’ll find this statue of Captain James Cook – the famous British Naval explorer. Not only did James Cook learn seamanship in the area but Whitby built his first ship, the HMS Endeavour. They are obviously very proud of their maritime association with him.

A day trip to Whitby in North Yorkshire

Captain James Cook's Statue in Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK - On West Cliff, overlooking the harbour

Moment when Captain James Cook was killed: Herb Kawainui Kane -Kane thoroughly researched the historical setting for accuracy in his details.

Moment when Captain James Cook was killed: Herb Kawainui Kane -Kane thoroughly researched the historical setting for accuracy in his details.

Captain James Cook. Watercolour on ivory miniature in gold frame.  Find more detailed information about this image: http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=431489  From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales: www.sl.nsw.gov.au

Watercolour on ivory miniature in gold frame. Find more detailed information about this image: acms. From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales: www.

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