Cook's Cottage Captain James Cook, the explorer credited with discovering Australia. The cottage was shipped to Australia in 1933 and was entirely reconstructed in Melbourne's Fitzroy Gardens.
Portrait of Captain James Cook - by Joseph Wright of Derby - One of my favorites at the Nelson-Atkins in KC. A handsome fellow, I think he should've been played by James Spader in a movie!
Captain James Cook November 1728 – 14 February was a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy.
Discoverer and explorer Captain James Cook was born in Whitby, Yorkshire, UK in 1728
Joshua Reynolds - Sir Joseph Banks, Bt (Naturalist and Patron of Science)
Old biddy bat Cook
Biography - James Cook - Australian Dictionary of Biography
Painting of HMS Endeavour, Captain Cook's vessel in which he entered Botany Bay, 1770
HMS Resolution James Cook's ship, watercolour by midshipman Henry Roberts
Letter James Cook 1776
The Resolution Beating Through the Ice with the Discovery in the most Imminent Danger in the Distance, from 'Views in the South Seas', pub.
A branch of the breadfruit tree, Captain James cook's third voyage.
Banksia serrata, from the voyage of Captain Cook, along with Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander, by Sydney Parkinson
HMS Endeavour, also known as HM Bark Endeavour, was a British Royal Navy research vessel that Lieutenant James Cook commanded on his first voyage of discovery, to Australia and New Zealand, from 1769 to
Australian Banksia Serrata in flower with Pericarpium (seed pod)
Sir Joseph Banks - Lucy Panes Illustration
Captain James Cook - Mapping Alaska
From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Alaska