By: Anne Salmond
506 pages, Col plates, b/w illus
The author, a distinguished New Zealand anthropological historian and an authority on the relations between Europeans and Polynesians, provides a rich account of Cook's three voyages. The interaction of Cook's party with the many isolated communities they find forms the main theme.
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