Etching showing Captain James Cook's ship Endeavour running around on the Great Barrier Reef during his first voyage, from A NEW, GENUINE AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE WHOLE OF CAPTAIN COOK
June 11, 2005 Licentie
Illustration of English navigator & explorer, Captain James Cook (1728-1779), hoisting the British flag & declaring the Eastern Coast the possession of the King of England.
Captain Arthur Phillip (1738 - 1814) of the Royal Navy, raises the flag to declare British possession of New South Wales at Sydney Cove, Australia, 26th January 1788. llustration from 'The Founding of Australia', a 1939 oil painting by...Meer
English explorer Captain James Cook (1728 - 1779) proclaims New South Wales a British possession, shortly after his landing at Botany Bay. His ship, the Endeavour can be seen in the background.
A travel poster for Australia, showing Captain Cook landing with his soldiers at Botany Bay in 1770.
Etching of surrender of the Island of Tahiti by supposed Queen Obarea (Oberea) to Captain Samuel Wallis, from A NEW, GENUINE AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE WHOLE OF CAPTAIN COOK
Circa 1750, English naval explorer Captain James Cook.