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Captain James Cook (Great Explorers (Milwaukee, Wis.).)

by Enid Broderick

  • 12 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by World Almanac Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Cook, James,,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Biography,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children: Grades 3-4,
  • Children: Grades 4-6,
  • Great Britain,
  • Explorers,
  • Biography & Autobiography - Historical,
  • Voyages around the world,
  • 1728-1779,
  • Biography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9314086M
    ISBN 100836851749
    ISBN 109780836851748
    OCLC/WorldCa47705828

    A uniformly bound first edition set of the official accounts of Captain James Cook’s voyages, “the foundation of modern knowledge of the Pacific and a cornerstone of the literature of travel and exploration” (Beddie , , ; Hill , , ). Nine volumes altogether. 12/05/ On 12 May, , Joseph Banks wrote about Sydney Parkinson More 11/05/ On 11 May, , James Cook named Cape Hawke and the Three Brothers More 10/05/ On 10 May, , James Cook named Point Stephens and Port Stephens More All news.

      Captain James Cook was a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy. Cook made detailed maps of Newfoundland prior to making three voyages to the Pacific Ocean, during which he achieved the first recorded European contact with /5(3).   Captain James Cook does handsome justice to the navigator (Ian Thomson, The Independent) Book Description An exciting and marvellously readable biography of Captain James Cook, the last of the great navigators/5().

    Captain Cook is a book about Captain Cook by Alistair MacLean. It was a rare non fiction work from MacLean who wrote it out of his great admiration for Cook. In Maclean's second wife Mary former a company with producer Peter Snell, Aleelle Productions, who aimed to make movies based on MacLean novels including Golden Gate, Bear Island, The Way to Dusty Death and Captain Cook. Captain Cook and the Exploration of the Pacific. Author: Lynne Withey; Publisher: Univ of California Press ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Withey's book enthrallingly combines true adventure, history and biography in the three Pacific voyages of Captain James Cook to show how, in the second half of the 18th century, .


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Captain James Cook (Great Explorers (Milwaukee, Wis.).) by Enid Broderick Download PDF EPUB FB2

In "Captain James Cook: A Biography," Hough portrays Banks as both a marvelous botanist and also an egotistical pain in the neck. When Banks, through no fault of his own, is unable to go on Captain Cook's Second Voyage, the reader will experience a sigh of relief.

The Third Voyage Cited by: 8. James Cook, born inwas one of the most celebrated navigators/explorers of his time. His voyages in the Royal Navy to the eastern and western seaboards of North America, the North and South Pacific, the Arctic, and the Antarctic brought a new understanding of the geography and of the peoples, flora, and fauna of the lands he discovered/5.

The book is very long and detailed, but provides vast information of Captain James Cook and his voyages that added to our knowledge of geography, oceanography, biology, astronomy, navigation, health, and humanity. I recomend everyone old and young, of every ethnic background to read this by: Editorial Reviews.

This is the definitive biography of Captain James Cook, by the only author living today truly qualified to write it: Alan Villiers, who is probably the best-known and the last of the truly great deep-water sailing ship men. While still a schoolboy in Australia, he conceived a great admiration for this greatest of all sea by: 2.

But his biography of Cook, published posthumously inremains the gold standard for books about the captain. In the thirty years since Beaglehole's death, new sources have come to light. Also, the past three decades have seen a flowering of scholarship by and about Pacific peoples.

Nicholas Thomas' The Extraordinary Voyages of Captain James Cook is an excellent book. However, readers should be aware, as the author goes to great trouble to explain in his introduction, it does not deal with Cook as either a navigator or an explorer/5(16).

A Voyage towards the South Pole, and Round the World. Performed in His Majesty's Ships the Resolution and Adventure, In the Years,and Written by James Cook, Commander of the Resolution. In which is included, Captain Furneaux's Narrative of his Proceedings during the Separation of the Ships.

The author has an affinity with the sea and sailing and an understandable respect of James Cook. This book explores all of Cook's life, his early days on colliers, in the England-French War that saw the creation of Canada, how he learnt his craft as a navigator and surveyor, his various voyages, those who sailed with him, how the ships he sailed actually sailed and his many /5.

James Cook never laid eyes on the sea until he was in his teens. He then began an extraordinary rise form farmboy to the hallowed rank of captain of the Royal Nave, leading three historic journeys that would forever link his name with fearless exploration/5. James Cook, (born OctoMarton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, England—died FebruKealakekua Bay, Hawaii), British naval captain, navigator, and explorer who sailed the seaways and coasts of Canada (, –67) and conducted three expeditions to the Pacific Ocean (–71, –75, –79), ranging from the.

James Cook was a naval captain, navigator and explorer who, indiscovered and charted New Zealand and the Great Barrier Reef of Australia on his ship HMB Endeavour. He later disproved the existence of Terra Australis, a fabled southern continent. Cook's voyages helped guide generations of explorers and provided Born: James Cook FRS (7 November – 14 February ) was a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the British Royal made detailed maps of Newfoundland prior to making three voyages to the Pacific Ocean, during which he achieved the first recorded European contact with the eastern coastline of Australia and the Hawaiian Islands, and the Cause of death: Stab wound.

James Cook never laid eyes on the sea until he was in his teens. He then began an extraordinary rise from farmboy outsider to the hallowed rank of captain of the Royal Navy, leading three historic journeys that would forever link his name with fearless exploration (and inspire pop-culture heroes like Captain Hook and Captain James T.

Kirk). A biography that puts you on the quarterdeck with history's greatest sailor Captain James Cook is one of the greatest maritime explorers in world history. Over three remarkable voyages of discovery into the Pacific in the latter part of the eighteenth century, Cook unravelled the oldest mystery surrounding the existence of Terra Australis Incognita - the Great South Land/5(30).

His books include Discoveries: The Voyages of Captain Cook() and Islanders: The Pacific in the Age of Empire(), which was awarded the Wolfson History Prize. James Cook () was a British explorer, mapmaker, and navy captain.

His three voyages to the South Pacific resulted in the mapping of previously uncharted lands/5(3). This well prepared abridged edition of Captain James Cook's journals is a specialized book of interest to people studying the exploration of the Pacific and/or the British Navy of that time period.

Other people might find sections of it dry s: Journal of Captain Cook's Last Voyage to the Pacific Ocean by Captain James: RICKMAN, John COOK and a great selection of related books. James Cook was born in in Marton, England.

His father was a Scottish migrant farmworker who allowed James to apprentice on coal-carrying boats at the age of eighteen. While working in the North Sea, Cook spent his free time learning math and navigation.

This led to his appointment as : Matt Rosenberg. Cook's Voyages -A Narrative of the Voyages Round the World Performed by Captain James Cook. - with an Account of His Life During the Previous an Intervening Peevious and Intervening Periods. Kippis, A.

Allan Arlidge has written a useful, comprehensive study of disciplinary measures during Captain Cook’s three voyages. The book is recommended to anyone interested in Captain James Cook or discipline in the context of the eighteenth century navy.

Reviewer. James C. Hamilton. Originally published in Cook's Log, p vol number 3 (). Captain Cook killed in Hawaii On FebruCaptain James Cook, the great English explorer and navigator, is killed by natives of Hawaii during his.

Rob Mundle OAM is a bestselling author, journalist and competitive sailor whose family heritage is with the sea, dating back to his great-great-grandfather, who was the master of square-riggers. Rob has spent a lifetime combining his passions for sailing and writing/5(48).Captain James Cook is one of the greatest maritime explorers in world history.

Over three remarkable voyages of discovery into the Pacific in the latter part of the eighteenth century, Cook unravelled the oldest mystery surrounding the existence of Terra Australis Incognita - /5(48).