BOOK REVIEWS SUMMARISED BELOW

 
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  1. Captain James Cook and the Search for Antarctica. James C. Hamilton. 2020
  2. Planting the World: Joseph Banks and his Collectors. Jordan Goodman. 2020
  3. The Warrior, the Voyager, and the Artist. Kate Fullagar. 2019.
  4. The Multifarious Mr. Banks: From Botany Bay to Kew. Toby Musgrave. 2020.
  5. Cook’s Legacy: furs, discovery and conflict. Winifred Dixon. 2019
  6. Der Welterkunder: Auf der Suche nach Georg Forster. Frank Vorpahl. 2018
  7. Captain James Cook: Yorkshire’s Most Famous and Enigmatic Explorer. John M. Graham. 2019.
  8. As Far As Possible: Leadership Lessons of Captain James Cook. Mike Meed. 2019
  9. Cook’s Ark: The animals that sailed with James Cook. Alison Sutherland. 2019
  10. Captain James Cook: Third Voyage 1776-1780 First Day and Event Covers. Daryl Kibble. 2020
  11. Our Village Remembers Captain Cook. Dan O’Sullivan. 2019.
  12. 100 days that mapped a Nation. Graeme Lay. 2019.
  13. Johann Reinhold Forster and the Making of Natural History on Cook’s Second Voyage, 1772-1775. Anne Mariss. 2019.
  14. Sailing School: Navigating Science and Skill, 1550-1800. Margaret E. Schotte. 2019.
  15. Remarkable Occurrences. Patrick Lodge. 2019.
  16. First Map: How James Cook charted Aotearoa New Zealand. Tessa Duder. 2019.
  17. Passing worlds: Tahiti in the era of Captain Cook: poems. Elizabeth Holmes. 2018
  18. Celebrity Culture and the Myth of Oceania in Britain, 1770-1823. Ruth Scobie. 2019
  19. Duty, discipline and leadership in the British Royal Navy: Edward Riou between James Cook and Lord Nelson. Martin Rütten. 2017
  20. When Toawaka Met Cook. Richard Gates and John Steele. 2019
  21. Matthew Boulton’s Naval Medals. Sim Comfort. 2019
  22. Lying for the Admiralty: Captain Cook’s Endeavour Voyage. Margaret Cameron-Ash. 2018
  23. Navigators & Naturalists: French Exploration of New Zealand and the South Seas. Michael Lee. 2018
  24. Legacies. Paul Henderson. 2018
  25. Picturing the Pacific: Joseph Banks and the Shipboard Artists of Cook and Flinders. James Taylor. 2018.
  26. Whitby in the Time of Cook: The making of a great seaman. Sophie Forgan. 2018
  27. The Pacific: in the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill. Meaghan Wilson-Anastasios. 2018
  28. Cook and the Pacific. John Maynard, Susannah Helman, and Martin P. Woods, 2018
  29. A Travel Guide to Captain James Cook’s Australia: exploring significant locations from Cook’s voyages of discovery. Graeme Lay. 2018
  30. In Cook’s Wake: Tapa Treasures from the Pacific. Nat Williams. 2018
  31. Endeavour: The Ship and the Attitude that Changed the World. Peter Moore. 2018
  32. James Cook: The Voyages. William Frame and Laura Walker. 2018
  33. Captain Cook’s Final Voyage: the untold story from the journals of James Burney and Henry Roberts. James K. Barnett. 2017
  34. Joseph Banks’ Florilegium: Botanical Treasures from Cook’s First Voyage. Mel Gooding, David Mabberley, Joe Studholme. 2017.
  35. A Travel Guide to Captain James Cook’s New Zealand. Graeme Lay. 2017
  36. Captain Cook and the Pacific: Art, Exploration and Empire. John McAleer and Nigel Rigby. 2017
  37. Satire, Celebrity, and Politics in Jane Austen. Jocelyn Harris. 2017
  38. No Ordinary Goat – The story of New Zealand’s Arapawa Goats. Alison Sutherland. 2016
  39. The Travels of Hildebrand Bowman / Anonymous. Lance Bertelson (ed.). 2016
  40. In Pursuit of Venus. Lisa Reihana. 2015
  41. The Poisoned Island. Lloyd Shepherd. 2013
  42. Resolution. A.N. Wilson. 2016
  43. Cook-Voyage Collections of ‘Artificial Curiosities’ in Britain and Ireland, 1771-2015. Jeremy Coote. 2015.
  44. The Unexplored Ocean. Catherine Fisher. 1994.
  45. The Duchess's shells: Natural history collecting in the age of Cook's voyages. Beth Fowkes Tobin. 2014.
  46. Endeavouring Banks: Exploring collections from the Endeavour voyage 1768-1771. Neil Chambers. 2016
  47. Sailing with Cook: Inside the Private Journal of James Burney RN. Suzanne Rickard. 2015
  48. James Cook’s Lost World. Graeme Lay. 2015
  49. Captain Cook’s Computer: the life of William Wales. Wendy Wales. Hame House. 2015
  50. Captain Cook’s Merchant Ships. Stephen Baines. 2015
  51. Arctic Ambitions: Captain Cook and the Northwest Passage. Edited by James K. Barnett and David L. Nicandri. 2015
  52. London’s Sailortown, 1600-1800. Morris, Derek, and Ken Cozens. 2014
  53. The Story of Captain Cook: a souvenir guide. Sophie Forgan. 2013
  54. James Cook’s New World, A Novel. Graeme Lay. 2014
  55. Finding Longitude: how clocks and stars helped solve the longitude problem. Richard Dunn and Rebekah Higgitt. 2014
  56. John M. Horton, Mariner Artist. Peter Vassilopoulos. 2007
  57. I think I am becoming a New Zealander: Letters of J.C. Beaglehole. Tim Beaglehole. 2013
  58. Naturalists at Sea: scientific travellers from Dampier to Darwin. Glyn Williams. 2013.
  59. Cook: From Sailor to Legend, Rob Mundle, 2013
  60. John Tweed: Sculpting the Empire. Nicola Capon. 2013
  61. Encyclopedia of Exploration. Volume 5. Invented and apocryphal narratives of travel. Raymond John Howgego. 2013
  62. The Secret Life of James Cook. Graeme Lay. 2013
  63. Captain Cook’s Discipline. Allan Arlidge. 2013
  64. J.C. Beaglehole: Public intellectual, critical conscience. Doug Munro. 2012.
  65. Tuhituhi: William Hodges, Cook’s Painter in the South Pacific. Laurence Simmons. 2011.
  66. Better Conceiv’d than Describ’d: the life and times of Captain James King (1750-84), Captain Cook’s Friend and Colleague. Steve Ragnall. 2013
  67. Sailing the Unknown: around the world with Captain Cook. Michael J. Rosen. 2012
  68. Joseph Banks: a life. Patrick O‘Brian. 1987
  69. Fish and Ships! Food on the voyages of Captain Cook. Captain Cook Memorial Museum. 2012.
  70. Captain Cook of Royal Lineage. McGrath, Amy. 2011.
  71. Bligh: William Bligh in the South Seas. Anne Salmond. 2011
  72. Schooner to the Southern Oceans: The Captain James Cook Bicentenary Voyage 1776-1976 George Cook 2011
  73. The Capture of Louisbourg, 1758, Hugh Boscawen 2011
  74. Surveyors of Empire. Samuel Holland, J.F.W. Des Barres, and the making of the Atlantic Neptune. Hornsby, Stephen J. 2011
  75. Holophusicon: The Leverian Museum. Kaeppler, Adrienne. 2011
  76. Captain James Cook: Seaman and Scientist Finnis, Bill. 2003
  77. Captain Cook: master of the seas McLynn, Frank. 2011
  78. Tupaia: Captain Cook's Polynesian Navigator Druett, Joan. 2010
  79. Intimate Strangers: Friendship, Exchange and Pacific Encounters Smith, Vanessa. 2010
  80. Islanders: The Pacific in the age of Empire Thomas, Nicholas. 2010
  81. Captain James Cook In Atlantic Canada: The Adventurer & Map Maker's Formative Years. Lockett, Jerry. 2010
  82. Aphrodite's Island: The European discovery of Tahiti Salmond, Anne. 2010
  83. Discovering Cook's Collections 2009
  84. Captain Cook Sailing off the Map Scutt, Craig. 2008
  85. Constructing Colonial Discourse: Captain Cook at Nootka Sound Currie, Noel Elizabeth. 2005
  86. Exploration and Endeavour: The Royal Society of London and the South Seas 2010
  87. Captain Cook and the Endeavour Lefroy, Mike. 2010
  88. Strait Through: Magellan to Cook & the Pacific Delaney, John. 2010
  89. Observations Made During A Voyage Round the World Forster, Johann Reinhold. (Edited by Nicholas Thomas Harriet Guest and Michael Dettelbach) 1996
  90. A Nautical Odyssey: an illustrated maritime history from Cook to Shackleton Bell, David C. 2010
  91. Northward Ho! A voyage towards the North Pole 1773: catalogue to the exhibition at the Captain Cook Memorial Museum Captain Cook Memorial Museum. 2010
  92. Memories of Stewart Park Gallagher, Linda. 2010
  93. A Voyage Round the World Forster, George. (Edited by Nicholas Thomas and Oliver Berghof, assisted by Jennifer Newell.) 2000
  94. The Journey of Anders Sparrman: a biographical novel Wästberg, Per. 2010
  95. Scurvy: How a Surgeon, a Mariner, and a Gentleman Solved the Greatest Medical Mystery of the Age of Sail Bown, Stephen R. 2003
  96. Illustrated Catalogue. Australia, Captain Cook Bicentenary 2009
  97. A Narrative of Captain Cook's Three Voyages Kippis, Andrew. 1838 (first published 1788)
  98. Below the Convergence: Voyages Toward Antarctica 1699-1839. Gurney, Alan. 2007 (first published 1997)
  99. The Explorations of Captain James Cook in the Pacific: As Told by Selections of His Own Journals 1768-1779 Grenfell Price, A. 2009
  100. James Cook und die Entdecking der Südsee Edited by H. E. Bödeker, Chr. Feest, B. Hauser- Schäublin, R. Joppien, A. L. Kaeppler, G. Krüger. 2009
  101. James Cook and the Exploration of the Pacific (English language edition). 2009
  102. Captain Cook's War and Peace: the Royal Navy years, 1755-1768 Robson, John. 2009
  103. Captain Cook Was Here Nugent, Maria. 2009
  104. Wapping 1600-1800: a social history of an early modern London Maritime suburb Morris, Derek and Cozens, Ken. 2009
  105. Cook and Canada: A Reputation in the Making Captain Cook Memorial Museum. 2009
  106. Bis ans Ende der Meere Hartmann, Lukas. 2009
  107. Pacific Images: Views from Captain Cook's Third Voyage. Second Edition Nordyke, Eleanor C. 2008
  108. Captain Cook in Alaska and the North Pacific Barnett, James K. 2008
  109. Sea of Dangers: Captain Cook and his rivals Blainey, Geoffrey. 2008
  110. Cook's Endeavour Journal: the inside story National Library of Australia. 2008
  111. Polynesian Art: Histories and Meanings in Cultural Contexts Little, Stephen and Ruthenberg, Peter. 2006
  112. Madness, betrayal and the Lash: the Epic Voyage of Captain George Vancouver Bown, Stephen. 2008
  113. The Pacific Arts of Polynesia & Micronesia Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2008
  114. The Death of Captain Cook: a hero made and unmade Williams, Glyn. 2008
  115. Smoking Coasts and Ice-bound Seas: Cook's voyage to the Arctic Captain Cook Memorial Museum. 2008
  116. In Search of Captain Cook: exploring the man through his own words O'Sullivan, Dan. 2008
  117. The Making of John Ledyard: empire and ambition in the life of an early American traveler Gray, Edward G. 2007
  118. Empire, Barbarism, and Civilisation: Captain Cook, William Hodges, and the return to the Pacific Guest, Harriet. 2007
  119. Reise um die Welt: Illustriert von eigener Hand Forster, Georg. 2007
  120. Joseph Banks and the British Museum: the world of collecting, 1770-1830 Chambers, Neil. 2007
  121. Life in the Pacific of the 1700s: the Cook/Forster Collection of the Georg August University of Göttingen. Exhibition Guide Little, Stephen and Ruthenberg, Peter. 2006
  122. Captain Cook - Voyager between worlds Gascoigne, John. 2007
  123. Cook, The Discoverer Forster, George. 2007
  124. Limeys. The true story of one man's war against Ignorance, the Establishment and the deadly Scurvy Harvie, David I. 2002
  125. The Death of Captain Cook and other writings by David Samwell Fitzpatrick, Martin , Thomas, Nicholas and Newell, Jennifer. 2007
  126. On Cook's Trail: a holiday history of Captain Cook in New Zealand Darkin, John. 2007
  127. Ledyard: in search of the first American explorer Gifford, Bill. 2007
  128. The Transit of Venus. How a Rare Astronomical Alignment Changed the World Awa Press. 2007
  129. Mile End Old Town 1740-1780. A social history of an early modern London suburb Morris, Derek. 2007
  130. Hunt for the Southern Continent Edwards, Philip. 2007
  131. Avoid Exploring With Captain Cook! Bergin, Mark. 2006
  132. A Life of J.C. Beaglehole: New Zealand scholar Beaglehole, Tim. 2006
  133. The Parsons Collection: rare Pacific voyage books from the collection of David Parsons - Part 2 2006
  134. Captain James Cook The Explorer: an historical and philatelic review Floyd, Professor Barry. 2006
  135. The Conjuror's Bird Davies, Martin. 2005
  136. The Arch of Kerguelen Kauffmann, Jean-Paul. 2000
  137. Cook's Pacific Encounters: The Cook-Forster Collection of the Georg-August University of Göttingen National Museum of Australia. 2006
  138. Captain Cook in Cleveland Thornton, Cliff. 2006
  139. Pacific Encounters: Art & Divinity in Polynesia 1760-1860 Hooper, Steven. 2006
  140. Pacific Paradises. The Discovery of Tahiti and Hawaii Lummis, Trevor. 2005
  141. Longitude and Empire: How Captain Cook's Voyages Changed the World Richardson, Brian W. 2005
  142. Buccaneers, Explorers and Settlers: British Encounters and Enterprise in the Pacific, 1670-1800 Williams, Glyndwr. 2005
  143. The Fatal Voyage: Captain Cook's Last Great Journey Aughton, Peter. 2005
  144. The Sea has no end: the life of Louis-Antoine de Bougainville Suthren, Victor. 2004
  145. Storms and dreams. Louis de Bougainville: soldier, explorer, statesman Dunmore, John. 2005
  146. Captain Cook Levene, Rebecca. 2005
  147. Omai. The Prince Who Never Was Connaughton, Richard. 2005
  148. The Last Voyage of Captain Cook: The Collected Writings of John Ledyard Zug, James. 2005
  149. American Traveler: The life and adventures of John Ledyard - the man who dreamed of walking the world Zug, James. 2005
  150. Endeavour: Newfound Notes Beagrie, Bob. 2004
  151. William Hodges, 1744-1797: the Art of Exploration Quilley, Geoff and John Bonehill. 2004
  152. Captain Cook: Explorations and Reassessments Williams, Glyndwr. 2004
  153. The Forsters and The Botany of the Second Cook Expedition (1772-1775) Nicolson, Dan H. and F. Raymond Fosberg. 2004
  154. The Captain Cook Encyclopædia Robson, John. 2004
  155. Curiosities from the Endeavour: A forgotten collection - Pacific Artefacts Given by Joseph Banks to Christ Church, Oxford after the First Voyage Coote, Jeremy. 2004
  156. Australian Navigators Tiley, Robert. 2002
  157. James King R.N.: Captain Cook Is Killed But His Third Voyage Of Discovery Goes On Bolton King, John. 2004
  158. Sharks that walk on land Palmer, Ron. 2003
  159. The Malaspina Expedition 1789-1794. The Journal of the Voyage by Alejandro Malaspina. Vol. II. Panama to the Philippines. 2003
  160. The Malaspina Expedition 1789-1794. The Journal of the Voyage by Alejandro Malaspina. Vol. I. Cadiz to Panama. 2001
  161. The Pacific Journal of Louis-Antoine de Bougainville, 1767-1768 (edited by John Dunmore) Bougainville, Louis-Antoine de. 2002
  162. Resolution: Captain Cook's Second Voyage of Discovery Aughton, Peter. 2004
  163. Le murier et l'epee: le Cabinet de Charles Daniel de Meuron et l'origine du Musee d'ethnographie a Neu-chatel Kaehr, Roland. 2000
  164. Discoveries: The Voyages of Captain Cook Thomas, Nicholas. 2003
  165. The Trial of The Cannibal Dog: Captain Cook in the South Seas Salmond, Anne. 2003
  166. Concerning Cook Stamp, Cordelia. 2003
  167. The Encyclopaedia of Exploration to 1800 Howgego, John. 2002
  168. Walking in Captain Cook's Footsteps Beadle, J. Brian. 2003
  169. Captain Cook in the Pacific Rigby, Nigel and van der Merwe, Peter. 2002
  170. Mile End Old Town 1740-1780 Morris, Derek. 2002
  171. The Ship: Retracing Cook's Endeavour Voyage Baker, Simon. 2002
  172. Blue Latitudes: boldly going where Captain Cook has gone before Horwitz, Tony. 2002
  173. Medicine Under Sail Friedenberg, Zachary B. 2002
  174. HM Bark Endeavour. The Ship. The Replicas Whitworth, Alan. 2002
  175. Mrs Cook: The real and imagined life of the captain's wife Day, Marele. 2002
  176. Captain Cook Collingridge, Vanessa. 2002 and 2003
  177. Sauvages de la Mer Pacifique, les: manufactured by Joseph Dufour et Cie 1804-05, after a design by Jean-Gabriel Charvet
  178. Cook & Omai: the cult of the South Seas. An Exhibition held in the Exhibition Gallery of the National Library of Australia, Canberra from 15 February to 27 May 2001
  179. Farther than any man: the rise and fall of Captain James Cook Dugard, Martin. 2001
  180. Stowaway Hesse, Karen. 2000
  181. Captain Cook's World: Maps of the Life and Voyages of James Cook R.N. Robson, John. 2000
  182. Kurnell: Birthplace of Modern Australia Salt, Daphne F. 2000
  183. The Search for the North West Passage Savours, Ann. 1999
  184. Time Under Sail Varzeliotis, A.N.T. 1998
  185. On Stormy Seas: The Triumphs and Torments of Captain George Vancouver Gillespie, B. Guild. 1992
  186. The Legacy of James Cook: The story of the Bay of Islands Harley, Brian J.S. 1998.
  187. Pacific Empires: Essays in honour of Glyndwr Williams Frost, Alan and Samson, Jane. 1999
  188. Cook's sites: revisiting history Adams, Mark and Thomas, Nicholas. 1999
  189. The Adventurous Captain Cook: the life and voyages of James Cook, R.N., F.R.S. Snowden, Keith. 1999
  190. The Voyages of Captain Cook Barrow, John. 1999
  191. The Journals of Captain Cook Edwards, Philip. 1999
  192. Endeavour: the story of Captain Cook's first great epic voyage Aughton, Peter. 1999
  193. Voyages of Captain James Cook 1999
  194. Pacific Images, Views from Captain Cook's Third Voyage Nordyke, Eleanor. 1999
  195. Endeavour. A photographic journey Polden, Richard. 1998
  196. Captain Cook as a hydrographer McGrath, Amy. 1998.
  197. Giornali di Bordo nei Viaggi d'Esplorazione. Volume primo: il Viaggi dell' Endeavour 1768-1771; Volume secondo: Il Viaggi della Resolution e dell'Adventure 1772-1775 Marenco, Franco. 1994
  198. James Cook. Reinbeck bei Hamburg Emersleben, Otto. 1998
  199. Die Reisen des Kapitan Cook Marc, Pierre. 1992
  200. Odyssee de James Cook en Nouvelle-Caledonie Picazo, Antoine. 1996
  201. The Charts & Coastal Views of Captain Cook's Voyages. Volume Three: the Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery, 1776-1780 David, Andrew. 1997
  202. James Cook: gifts and treasures from the South Seas. The Cook / Forster Collection, Gottingen Hauser-Schaublin, Brigitta and Kruger, Gundolf. 1998
  203. The Illustrated Longitude (The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of His Time) Sobel, Dava and Andrewes, William J.H. 1998
  204. A New Voyage Round the World Dampier, William. 1998
  205. Fellowship of Three Beasley, A.W. 1993.
  206. Captain James Cook - freemason? Clemens, Roy H. 1980
  207. Mr. Bligh's Bad Language Dening, Greg. 1992
  208. King George's Bark Endeavour. The Whitby-built ship in which James Cook R.N. circumnavigated the globe from 26th August 1768 1997
  209. The Voyage of the Endeavour Waters, Colin. 1997
  210. Captain Cook and His Exploration of the Pacific. The story of Britain's most famous scientific navigator and his charting of the South Seas Morriss, Roger. 1977
  211. Captain James Cook Endeavours Rae, Julia. 1997
  212. His Majesty's Bark Endeavour. The story of the ship and her people Macarthur, Antonia. 1997
  213. Endeavour. Souvenir brochure Macarthur, Antonia and Longley, John. 1997
  214. The Replica of H M Bark Endeavour. The story so far: 1987-1994 Lefroy, Mike
  215. The Voyages of Captain Cook 1768-1779 Williams, Glyndwr. 1997
  216. The Lovtsov Atlas of the North Pacific Ocean Black, Lydia T. 1991
  217. HM Bark Endeavour: her place in Australian History. Parkin, Ray. 1997.
  218. Nature's Argonaut, Daniel Solander 1733-1782 Duyker, Edward. 1998
  219. Children's Captain Cook Stamp, Cordelia. 1997
  220. Captain Cook's Christmas Pudding Van Rynbach, Iris. 1997
  221. Between worlds: early exchanges between Maori and Europeans 1773-1815 Salmond, Anne. 1997
  222. Captain James Cook - freemason? Clemens, Roy H. 1980
  223. Captain Cook: the great ocean explorer Middleton, Haydn. 1997
  224. The Archaeology of East Marton: Captain Cook's Birthplace Rowe, Peter. 1998
  225. An Introduction to Thematic Collecting Morris, Margaret. 1998
  226. In the wake of Captain Cook: The life and times of Captain Charles Clerke, R.N. 1741-79 Cowley, Gordon and Deacon, Les. 1997
  227. Captain Cook Gould, Rupert T. 1978
  228. Voyages to Paradise; exploring in the wake of Captain Cook Gray, William R. 1981
  229. Voyages to Paradise; exploring in the wake of Captain Cook Gray, William R. 1981
  230. Far as a Man may go; Captain Cook's New Zealand Maddock, Shirley and Whyte, Don. 1969
  231. Land from the Masthead; a circumnavigation of New Zealand in the wake of Captain Cook Houghton, Philip. 1968
  232. The Golden Haze; with Captain Cook in the South Pacific Cameron, Roderick. 1964
  233. Sydney Parkinson: Artist of Cook's Endeavour Voyage Carr, D. J. 1983
  234. A Journal of a Voyage to the South Seas in HMS Endeavour Parkinson, Sydney. 1984
  235. The Captain Cook Myth Robertson, Jillian. 1981
  236. Captain Cook's approach to Oregon Elliott, T. C. 1974
  237. James Cook in Newfoundland, 1762 - 1767 Whiteley, William H. 1975
  238. Turanganui a Kiwa, Landfall 1993
  239. The Endeavour: A Collector's Souvenir Allan, Harriet B. 1995
  240. Sailing Endeavour Petroff, Peter and Ferguson, John. 1994
  241. Aboard Endeavour Stannard, Bruce. 1995
  242. Captain Cook's Endeavour Marquardt, Karl Heinz. 1995 and 2001
  243. The Endeavour: a haunting tale Whelan, Edna. 1995
  244. Longitude (The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of His Time) Sobel, Dava. 1995
  245. Discovery and Exploration Hordern House. 1998

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