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January 1996

1 President's message
2 The CCSU in the UK - a report on the meeting held last November
3 Mapping Cook's life - a New Zealand member draws maps covering Cook's life
4 William Sanderson of Staithes - 200 pages of documents found
5 The development of the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum - a talk by its curator
6 Log Lines - new members, etc.
7 Postal auction number 11 - call for lots
8 Captain Cook at Plymouth - plaques erected in 1991
9 The CCSU in Australia - recent activities
10 Cook books - part 45 - reviews of books about George Vancouver
11 Was Captain Cook left-handed - a member speculates
12 Fringe benefits - a member's wife's view of last year's meeting in the UK.
13 The Endeavour Replica project - the Endeavour replica built in Australia
Along the eastern coast of Australia
Future tours
14 A Cook Chronology - dates from the Third Voyage
15 The illustrated chronological guide to Captain Cook stamps - part 41
16 Some more cancels - postmarks, etc., from around the world.
17 Stamps of birds seen during Cook's voyages - an extract from a member's list
18 Life membership for Ian Boreham - long-standing editor rewarded.
19 A record price for a William Hodges - artist on the Second Voyage
20 The Hakluyt Society celebrates 150 years - publisher of Cook's journals
21 The Stockton Challenge - the Endeavour replica built in Britain
22 Birthday celebrations in Cleveland and North Yorkshire - the events of 1995
23 The Hawkesworth books - where are they now?
24 Life membership for Robert Martin - founder of Australian branch rewarded
25 Appointment with James Cook in Sweden - two members win medals
26 Captain Cook's executors - a minor mystery
27 Wanted and for sale - members' requests
28 CCSU promotional brochure now available
29 225 years ago - what Cook was up to during January to March, 1771
Updated: 30 November 1996


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