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By: J Ledyard
450 pages, no illustrations
A collection of selected letters and excerpts from journals by the eighteenth-century explorer offers an eyewitness account of the final voyage of Captain Cook, including a firsthand chronicle of his murder, as well as a narrative of an early odyssey across the unmapped wilderness of Russian Siberia.
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