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Another image and link to information about the 1994 built replica of Captain James Cook's bark Endeavour. He mapped much of Australia's East Coast in sailing on the original ship built as a coal carrier in Moby Dick, Old Sailing Ships, Love Boat, Wooden Ship, Wooden Boats, Tall Ships, Water Crafts, Lighthouse, Photos

HM bark ENDEAVOUR (wharf)

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Johann Nepomuk Ender, 1793 Wien – 1854 Wien BILDNIS ZWEIER JUNGER MÄDCHEN IN WEISSEM KLEID UND BLÜTEN IM HAAR Aquarell auf Papier. Links unten signiert und datiert „Ender Joh. 1831“

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First Cobb and Co - Twisted History | Limelight Tours

On this day …….. 30th of January 1854 On this day in 1854, Cobb & Co’s horse drawn coaches made their first run, departing Melbourne for the Forest Creek diggings (now Castlemaine) and Bendigo. The network of routes was quickly expanded to deal with increased demand in the growing colony of Victoria. Initially a passenger […]

"A Voyage Towards the South Pole and Round the World - Volume I" from James Cook. British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy North Yorkshire, Yorkshire England, Marine Royale, Navy Ranks, Captain James Cook, Sea Captain, Elizabeth Gilbert, Livingstone, Writers
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Australian Perth 2013 Land Down Under #3 Captain James Cook $1 Pure Silver Proof

Captain James Cook became the first European to visit the Hawaiian Islands on Jan 18, 1778.

James Cook used chronometer (kept time for ships) he used this to map Australia and chart the Pacific ocean. discovered eating fresh fruit and vegetables prevented scurvy. Primary History, Captain James Cook, First Fleet, The Endeavour, Botany Bay, Louis Stevenson, Bonnie N Clyde, If Rudyard Kipling, Reptiles And Amphibians
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Eureka Slaughter by Charles A Doudiet. Government troops and police stormed and ransacked the Stockade Eureka Stockade, History Timeline, Australia Day, Victorian Gold, Melbourne, Sydney, British Colonial, Gold Rush, Australian Artists
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The Eureka Rebellion of 1854 was a historically significant organised rebellion of gold miners of Ballarat against British colonial authority. The Battle of Eureka Stockade (by which the rebellion is popularly known) was fought between miners and the Colonial forces of Australia on 3 December 1854 at Eureka Lead and named for the stockade structure erected by miners during the conflict. [1] Resulting in the deaths of 22 miners, it was the most significant conflict in the colonial history of…

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Stamp: James Cook (Niue) (Definitives) Mi:NU 46,Sn:NU 54,Yt:NU 43

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Stamp name: First Voyage of Discovery date: 29 May David Gentleman

British Stamps for 1968

The National Trust of Australia (WA) offers the public, students and teachers historic places to visit, learning resources, competitions and other resources with which to discover our heritage. Perth Western Australia, South Australia, Van Diemen's Land, Terra Australis, Australian Photography, Events Place, Historical Images, Victoria Australia, Gold Rush
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Photo from Gold Rush Era in Australia.

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The Battle at the Eureka Stockade was the most significant conflict in Australian colonial history. There had been other small and scattered rebellions, but the gold diggers of Ballarat shaped the character of the country, particularly in Victoria. Eureka Flag, Eureka Stockade, Australia Landscape, Germany And Italy, Flag Photo, British Soldier, Victorian Gold, Victoria Australia, Gold Rush

Eureka Stockade at the Ballarat goldfields in 1854

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The Australian gold rush

On Patrick's website.

The largest gold nugget discovered at Canadian Gully, Ballarat during the Victorian Gold Rush, the L. - Edwin Stockqueler [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Primary History, Teaching History, Van Diemen's Land, Gold Deposit, Panning For Gold, Woman In Gold, Sand And Gravel, Gold Prospecting, Australian Artists
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Australian gold rushes

The Australian gold rushes changed the convict colonies into more progressive cities with the influx of free emigrants. These hopefuls, termed diggers, brought new skills and professions, contributing to a burgeoning economy. The mateship that evolved between these diggers and their collective resistance to authority led to the emergence of an unique national identity. Although not all diggers found riches on the goldfields, many decided to stay and integrate into these communities

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Captain Cook

"A Voyage Towards the South Pole and Round the World - Volume I" from James Cook. British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy North Yorkshire, Yorkshire England, Marine Royale, Navy Ranks, Captain James Cook, Sea Captain, Elizabeth Gilbert, Livingstone, Writers
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James Cook

Captain James Cook (7 November 1728 – 14 February 1779) 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 the eastern coastline of Australia and the Hawaiian Islands, and the first recorded circumnavigation of New Zealand.

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