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History of Captain James Cook

The following concept of Captain James Cook may be usefull here:Born in Yorkshire in 1728, Cook commanded three voyages of discovery and sailed around the world twice. He claimed the eastern coast of New Holland (Australia) for Great Britain.

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  • Article Name: James Cook
  • Author: Margaret Parker
  • Description: History of Captain James Cook The following concept of Captain James Cook may be usefull here:Born in Yorkshire in 1728, [...]

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