Daily Activities 1768-1771

 
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26 June, 1769

On 26 June, 1769, Cook and Banks set off to go round the whole island of Tahiti
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25 June, 1769

On 25 June, 1769, prayers were said on Sunday at Tahiti
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24 June, 1769

On 24 June, 1769, Joseph Banks was given a present for his sister Sophia
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23 June,1769

On 23 June, 1769, Manoel Pereira was kidnapped at Tahiti
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22 June, 1769

On 22 June, 1769, Robert Anderson was released from confinement
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21 June, 1769

On 21 June, 1769, more important people arrived at Fort Venus, Tahiti
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20 June, 1769

On 20 June, 1769, a dog was cooked by Tupaia
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18 June, 1769

On 18 June, 1769, stones were gathered for ballast for Endeavour
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17 June, 1769

On 17 June, 1769, Joseph Banks shot some ducks at Tahiti
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16 June, 1769

On 16 June, 1769, there was no trade at Tahiti
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15 June, 1769

On 15 June, 1769, the men of Endeavour were overhauling their sea provisions
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14 June, 1769

On 14 June, 1769, an iron rake used for the oven was taken and recovered
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13 June, 1769

On 13 June, 1769, a marae was desecrated
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12 June, 1769

On 12 June, 1769, two seamen were punished
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11 June, 1769

On 11 June, 1769, an archery contest took place at Tahiti
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10 June, 1769

On 10 June, 1769, Joseph Banks watched the ceremony of the chief mourner
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9 June, 1769

On 9 June, 1769, the men of Endeavour completed careening her sides at Tahiti
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8 June, 1769

On 8 June, 1769, Joseph Banks saw more things from other ships that had been to Tahiti
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7 June, 1769

On 7 June, 1769, Joseph Banks expressed his concerns about obtaining provisions
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6 June, 1769

On 6 June, 1769, Cook wrote what he had learned about other ships that had visited Tahiti
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