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8 February, 1769

 

The Captain Cook Society's UK Regional Weekend Meeting was held from Friday 29th October to Sunday 31st October 2004
It was held at Marton, near Middlesbrough, based at the Marton Hotel & Country Club, which is close to the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum.
On Saturday there was a series of lectures at the Museum.
On Sunday members visited places in the area associated with Cook.
A report was published in the January 2005 issue of Cook's Log

The Lectures

  1. The Life of William Bayly Don Anderson
  2. A Mysterious Boom Cliff Thornton
  3. Phipps of Mulgrave Ian Stubbs
  4. Tea for the cabin, milk for the boys and butter for the ship Rosalin Barker
  5. Captain Cook: Explorations and Reassessments Book Launch

Don Anderson Cliff Thornton    
Don Anderson Cliff Thornton    
Ian Stubbs Rosalin Barker  
Ian Stubbs Rosalin Barker  
The Museum CCS Members  
The Museum CCS Members in the audience  
Part of the audience Others in the audience  
More in the audience Others in the audience  
At the book launch Purchasing copies of the book  
At the book launch Purchasing copies of the book  
CCS Member from the Arctic    
CCS Member from the Arctic    
At Friday evening's informal session On Sunday at Whitby  
At Friday evening's informal session On Sunday at Whitby  
Steve Cooney Chris Neumann with Ken and Elizabeth Hermon behind
CCS members: Steve Cooney plus Chris Neumann with Ken and Elizabeth Hermon behind

 

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