Articles in Terra Incognitae

 
Year Issue Pages Author Title
1994 Vol. 26 37-47 Cuppage, Francis E.
Peterson, M.
Wagner, J.
Miller, J.B.
and Cherikoff, V.
James Cook's Eighteenth Century Prevention of Scurvy by the Use of Indigenous Plants as Dietary Supplements
1998 Vol. 30 63-71 David, Andrew James Cook's 1762 Survey of St. John's Harbour and Adjacent Parts of Newfoundland
2000 Vol. 32 31-54 Alexei Postnikov The Search for a Sea Passage from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific via North America’s Coast: On the History of a Scientific Competition

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