H.M. Bark Endeavour : her place in Australian history : with an account of her construction, crew and equipment and a narrative of her voyage on the east coast of New Holland in the year 1770 / Ray Parkin ; with plans, charts and illustrations by the author Parkin, Ray, 1910-2005

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Parkin, Ray, 1910-2005
Cook, James, 1728-1779; Endeavour (Ship); Australia - Discovery and exploration.
  • Pt. I. The world of the ship
  • 1. The sailor and his environment
  • 2. The captain
  • 3. The ship
  • 4. Scurvy and provisions
  • 5. The ship's company
  • 6. From misfortune, and by their skins
  • 7. Peradventure
  • pt. II. The voyage
  • 1. The decision
  • 2. Towards New Holland
  • 3. Towards Botany Bay
  • 4. Botany Bay
  • 5. Port Jackson to Sandy Cape
  • 6. Sandy Cape to Thirsty Sound
  • 7. Thirsty Sound to Trinity Bay
  • 8. Endeavour Reef
  • 9. Endeavour River: June
  • 10. Endeavour River: July
  • 11. Departure
  • 12. Escape to sea
  • 13. The breadth of one wave
  • 14. Keeping the main on board
  • L'envoi.
Read associated articles: Botany Bay, Broken Bay, Cape Byron, Double Island Point, Fingal Bay, New South Wales, First voyage of James Cook, Hervey Bay, Queensland, HMS Endeavour, Kurnell, New South Wales, Moreton Bay, Port Stephens, Ray Parkin, Smoky Cape, Sutherland Point, Zachary Hickes
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