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By: Graeme Lay(Author)
192 pages, 16 plates with colour photos and colour illustrations; b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
This book depicts in words, maps and photographs, the places of special importance which Cook visited or witnessed during his journeys from 1769 until his last departure in 1777. The locations are vividly described as they are today, and as they were nearly 250 years ago. Fortuitously for Cook, and for today's traveller, these places are some of the most attractive destinations in New Zealand. This guide will point them out to the reader, illustrate their features and explain in detail their connections with the renowned English explorer.
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