Cook, James, 1728 - 1779 (Captain, Royal Navy explorer)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Published by Thomas Kelly, London, undated.
Press cuttings concerning Captain James Cook.
Prints of paintings from Confederation Life's Gallery and Archives, spanning 450 years of Canada's history and including significant events in each province and territory, and in the country as a whole. Below each image is a short description in both English and French.
Reproduction of J.K. Sherwin's circa 1779 engraving.
102 x 76 mm Wedgewood blue and white plaque with profile view of Cook. The reverse reads, 'Bicentenary of Cook’s First Voyage. 200 copies made for Maggs Bros. Ltd, 21st July 1968.'
A collection of three glass plate negatives measuring 215 x 165 mm, briefly captioned and signed by the photographer, S.H. Davis. Modern prints have been made from the negatives.
202 x 155 mm. A view showing the monument to Captain James Cook, with Kealakeakua Bay in background. It was near this spot that Cook was killed on February 14 1779. Four marines also died in the fight.
Jackdaw No. C20 concerning Captain James Cook (1728-1779).
148 x 197 mm. A view from the water showing the beach in the foreground, a small white hut and the memorial with cliffs in the background.
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