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July 1996

 
Contents  
1 President's message
2 The travelling secretary - Alwyn Peel visits Australia
3 Captain Cook is oily - Statue of Captain Cook at Victoria, Vancouver, Canada
4 Master mariners - Andrew Fleck, a relative of James Cook
5 The CCSU in Australia - details of activities
6 Bruny Island - off Tasmania; visited by Cook, Bligh and others
7 It's all happening in Whitby - recent activities in the British town
8 James Cook Jnr. (1763-1794): a legacy of mystery - part II
9 Bottle of notes wins award - Cook sculpture in Middlesbrough, UK
10 225 years ago - from the newspapers of that time
11 The new poster - CCSU poster designed
12 The Resolution replica project - proposals being made in Whitby, UK
13 "Miegunyah" - the house in Melbourne owned by Sir Russell Grimwade
14 James Cook sold - hotel in Wellington, New Zealand
15 The Kerguelen Island seamen's bottles - bottles left by Captain Cook and others
16 My Australian trip - by a Dutch member
17 The Endeavour Replica project - the Endeavour built in Australia
  World Tour - New Zealand
  World Tour - Across the Tasman Sa
  World Tour - Australia to the British Isles
  World Tour - Guidelines for being a crew member
18 Cook birthplace museum to close - Marton museum to undergo refurbishment
19 The Navigators' Memorial, Westminster - dedicated to Drake, Cook and Chichester
20 The Captain Cook Inn, Hawaii - a visit by a British member
21 Log Lines - new members, etc.
22 Cook books - part 47 - reviews of three books
23 Good enough to wear - clothing with the CCSU logo
24 Obituary - Dr Michael Hoare - specialist in the German Johann Forster
25 Captain Cook and Staithes Heritage Centre, North Yorkshire - new exhibition
26 A Cook Chronology - dates from the Third Voyage
27 Captain Cook at Mercury Bay - where did Cook erect his flag?
28 Help Wanted - about the Australian presentation pack for the Royal visit in 1970
29 A CCSU member introduces himself - Alan W Smith
30 225 years ago - what Cook was up to during July to September, 1771
31 Unidentified Cook engraving - does anyone know what it is?
32 Postal auction number 11 - description of lots
Updated: 30 November 1996

 

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